Madidai Ka Mandir

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Its a temple dedicated to Goddess Madidai.

Madidai temple baberu banda,uttar pradesh india

Architecture[edit]

The architecture is of typical North Indian temple.

History[edit]

This temple was established by prominent business man Kanhaiya Lal Agrawal of Baberu in the 1950s. As the legend goes, he found the deity location in his dreams. Agrawal asked for excavation of the statue and established a temple for it. Later deities like Shiva, Durga, etc. were added to the temples premises.

Goddess Madidai is highly revered by the local population. Madidai temple is heart of Baberu; locals will bow their head at maddidai temple at least once a day.

Location[edit]

kamasin road tehsil-baberu,distric-banda.[India]

References[edit]

Not much reference is available as temple is one of the backward areas of Uttar Pradesh

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