Villagers dig up soil in search of Shivalingam

It all started when Smt. Manju Devi, who was born in village Sanket saw a dream that a ‘Shiva Lingam’ was buried under the soil near Shri Radharaman Temple. She ignored it initially, and didn’t tell anyone about the dream. But she kept on seeing the same dream that Lord Shiva was asking her to take out ‘Shiva Lingam’, buried under the first step of the staircase of Shri Radharaman Temple.

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The villagers dig up the soil to find a ‘Shiva Lingam’ that they claimed to have seen in the dream. The incident occurred at Sanket village, near Nandgaon. The news spread like fire in the villages nearby. Hundreds of believers thronged at the site in hope to witness the miracle.  The excavation began in the morning and it continued till the afternoon. Even after digging several feet deep pit, nothing was found.

It all started when Smt. Manju Devi, who was born in village Sanket saw a dream that a ‘Shiva Lingam’ was buried under the soil near Shri Radharaman Temple. She ignored it initially, and didn’t tell anyone about the dream. But she kept on seeing the same dream that Lord Shiva was asking her to take out ‘Shiva Lingam’, buried under the first step of the staircase of Shri Radharaman Temple.

She ignored it initially, fearing that people may call her superstitious. On seeing the same dream for several days, she came to her father’s home at Sanket and informed her father about the dream. Manju Devi was married before 12 years, in a village named Kalyanpur, situated across the river Yamuna.

Next day, her father Bharti Pandit shared told about the dream seen by her daughter to village pradhan Jaipal and some other villagers. The Pradhan and the villagers Buddha Pehalwan, Yadram, Radha Kishan, Hetram, Mohan and others together took a decision to dig up the area to find the ‘Shiva Lingam’. They started digging in the morning and continued till the afternoon.  After so much effort they couldn’t trace the deity.  They filled the pit with the soil and made it even.

 

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