Salasar Balaji Mandir is a religious place for the devotees of Lord Hanuman. It is located in the Churu district of Rajasthan. Salasar Balaji Dham is visited by innumerable Indian devotees throughout the year.
Every year big fairs are organized on Chaitra Purnima and Ashwin Purnima. At this time six to seven lakh people gather here to see Balaji. It is the only Balaji temple in India that has Balaji’s beard and mustache.
It is said that the Salasar Balaji temple was built by Muslim artisans, the chief of which was Noor Mohammad and Dau from Fatehpur. Hanuman Seva Samiti manages the temple and fairs. There are many Dharamshala to stay here and many refreshments (restaurants) for eating and drinking.
The Salasar Balaji Temple is located right in the middle of Salasar town. At present, the Salasar Hanuman Seva Samiti has made good arrangements for seeing the number of devotees growing.
Shravan Shukla paksha Navami, Samvat 1811 – A miracle happened on Saturday. A Ginthala-Jat farmer from Asota village in Nagpur district was plowing his field. Suddenly, some rocky thing hit his plow and a buzzing sound was produced. He dug the soil of that place and found two idols soaked in mud.
Salasar Balaji Dham Rajasthan
His wife reached there with food for him. The farmer showed the idol to his wife. She cleaned the idol with her sari (dress). This idol was of Lord Hanuman. He bowed his head with devotion and worshiped Lord Balaji. The news of the appearance of Lord Balaji spread to the village of Asota immediately.
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Thakur of Asota also heard this news. Balaji came in his dream and ordered him to send this idol to Salasar in the Churu district. That same night, Mohan Dasji Maharaj of Salasar, a devotee of Lord Hanuman, also saw Lord Hanuman i.e. Balaji in his dream. Lord Balaji told him about the idol of Asota.
He immediately sent a message to Thakur of Asota. When Thakur came to know that Mohan Dasji had some knowledge about this without coming to Asota, he was surprised. Certainly, all this was happening only by the grace of Almighty Lord Balaji. The idol was sent to Salasar and this place is known today as Salasar Dham.
The second idol was installed at Pabolam (Bharatgarh), 25 km from this place. The ceremony was held in the morning in Pabolam and in the evening on the same day in Salasar.
Mohandas Ji’s Dhunia is the place where the holy fire was burnt by the devotee of the great Lord Hanuman, Mohandas Ji, which is still burning today. Hindu devotees and pilgrims take the holy ash from here. Sri Mohan Temple is located very close to Balaji Temple, it is famous because the footprints of Mohandas Ji and Kanidadi are still present here.
This place is considered the tomb of both these holy devotees. Ramayana is being continuously recited here for the last eight years. In the temple premises of Lord Balaji, the name of Akhand Hari Kirtan or Rama is being continuously chanted continuously for the last 20 years.
The temple of Anjani Mata is located two kilometers from Salasar Dham towards Laxmangarh. Anjani Mata was the mother of Lord Hanuman or Balaji. The Goolavadi Shyam Temple is also located within a kilometer of Salasar Dham. Since the time of Mohandas ji, two bullock carts have been kept here on the premises of Balaji temple.
The Shyanan Mata Temple, which is situated on a unique hill in the desert about 15 km from here, is believed to be an 1100-year-old temple, also worth visiting.
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The festival of Shri Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated every year on Chaitra Shukla Chaturdashi and Poornima. On this occasion of Sri Hanuman Jayanti lakhs of devotees from every corner of India reach here.
Fairs are organized on Ashwin Shuklapaksha Chaturdashi and Poornima and a large number of devotees also reach these fairs. The fairs organized on Bhadrapada Shuklapaksha Chaturdashi and Purnima are also attractive like other fairs. Free food, sweets, and beverages are distributed on these occasions.
The Salasar Balaji temple is maintained by the Mohandas Ji Trust. The Salasar Trust provides a lot of facilities for the town of Salasar, such as electricity being provided to the town from the temple’s generators, and filtered clean water being made available to the people of the town.
Salasar balaji temple timings
Every Day 04:30 AM To 10.00 PM
4:30 a.m-Pat Khaulana
5:00 a.m-Mangal aarti
6:00 p.m-Dhoop aur Mohanadaas jee ki aarti
07:30 p.m .-Balaji ki aarti
8:15 p.m-Baal Bhog
10.00 p.m .-Shayan Aarti
11:00 A.M. ( Only Tuesday)-Rajbhog, Aarti
How to reach Salasar Balaji temple
Salasar town is a part of the Churu district and is located on the Jaipur-Bikaner highway. It is located 57 km from Sikar, 24 km from Sujangarh, and 30 km from Laxmangarh.
Salasar town comes under the jurisdiction of Sujangarh Panchayat Samiti and is well connected to Delhi, Jaipur and Bikaner by regular bus service of Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation. Indian Airlines and Jet Air services that fly to Jaipur take 3.5 hours to reach Salasar by bus or taxi from here.
Sujangarh, Sikar, Didwana, Jaipur, and Ratangarh are the nearest railway stations to Salasar Balaji. The town is about 140 km from Pilani city, where (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani / Birla Institute of Technology and Science) is located.
Salasar to khatu shyam distance
The distance between Salasar Balaji and Khatushyamji by road is 99.6 km.
Jaipur to salasar balaji distance
Jaipur to Salasar distance is 170.3 kilometers and the Jaipur to Salasar km can be traveled in about 2 hours and 57 minutes via NH52 and Salasar – Nani – Sikar Rd
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