Agroha Dham

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Agroha Dham
Proper name Agroha Dham
Devanagari अग्रोहा धाम
Coordinates 29°19′54″N 75°37′31″E / 29.33167°N 75.62528°E / 29.33167; 75.62528Coordinates: 29°19′54″N 75°37′31″E / 29.33167°N 75.62528°E / 29.33167; 75.62528
Country India
State Haryana
District Hisar
Location Agroha (town)
Primary deity Mahalakshmi
Important festivals Agroha Maha Kumbh
Architectural styles Vastu Shastra
Number of temples 3
Number of monuments 1
History and governance
Date established 1984
Date built 1984
Creator Tilak Raj Aggarwal
Temple board Agroha Vikas Trust

Agroha (Devnagari: अग्रोहा धाम) is a Hindu temple complex in Agroha, India. Construction started in 1976 and was completed in 1984.[1] The temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Mahalakshmi.

History and development[edit]

The decision to construct the temple was made at the convention of All India Aggarwal Representatives in 1976. The trust was established for this purpose under Shri Krishna Modi and Rameshwar Das Gupta.[2] The land was donated to the trust by Laxmi Narain Gupta and construction was started under the supervision of Tilak Raj Aggarwal. The construction of the main temple was completed in 1984 while construction of other features started in 1985 under Subhash Goel.[3]


Hanuman temple
Sheela Mata Temple Agroha

The main temple is divided into three wings. The central wing is dedicated to Hindu goddess Mahalakshmi, western wing to goddess Saraswati and eastern wing to Maharaja Agrasena.[4]

Shakti Sarovar is a large pond behind the temple complex. It was filled with water from 41 rivers of India in 1988. A platform at the north-west end depicts the scene of Samudra manthan.[5] A naturopathy center is located near Shakti Sarovar, where treatment is done through yoga.[6] An amusement park with a boating site has been built near the complex.[7]

Agroha Vikas Trust[edit]

Agroha Vikas Trust is the temple board responsible for the building and maintenance of the temple complex. It was founded in 1976.[8]


The Agroha Maha Kumbh festival is held every year on Sharad Purnima.[9]

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