Jeenmata

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Jeen Mataji

जीण माता
Village
Jeen Mata ji in Sikar District
Jeen Mata ji in Sikar District
Jeen Mataji is located in Rajasthan
Jeen Mataji
Jeen Mataji
Location in Rajasthan, India
Coordinates: 27°26′39″N 75°11′40″E / 27.444154°N 75.194457°E / 27.444154; 75.194457Coordinates: 27°26′39″N 75°11′40″E / 27.444154°N 75.194457°E / 27.444154; 75.194457
Country India
StateRajasthan
DistrictSikar district
Languages
 • OfficialHindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
332406
Telephone code01576
ISO 3166 codeRJ-IN
Vehicle registrationRj-23-
Nearest citySikar
Lok Sabha constituencySikar
Vidhan Sabha constituencyDantaramgarh
Websitewww.jeenmata.com

Jeenmata is a village in Sikar district of Rajasthan, India.[1] It is located at a distance of 29 km from Sikar town in south. There is an ancient Temple dedicated to Shree Jeen Mataji(Goddess of Power). Millions of devotees assemble here for a colourful festival held twice in a year in the month of Chaitra and Ashvin during the Navratri. There are a number of dharamshalas to accommodate large number of visitors.[2]

Jeenmata temple is situated near the hill 10 km from village Rewasa. The temple of Jeen Mataji is around 108 km from Jaipur. It is surrounded by thick forest. Its full name was Jayanti Mata. The temple was constructed around 1200 years ago. The temple of Jeen Mataji was a place of pilgrimage from early times and was repaired and rebuilt several times.[3]

Jeen Mata's main followers include the Acharya, Brahmins, lohar, Yadavs / Ahir, Rajputs, Agarwal, Jangir and Meenas along with Baniyas of the Shekhawati area. Jeen Mataji is the kuldevi of Acharya(आचार्य ) / Brahmins, Yadavs / Ahir, Agarwal, Kasliwal,Meena, Jats, Shekhawati Rajputs (Shekhawat & Rao Rajputs and other Rajput residing in Shekhawati area) and Jangir, of Rajasthan.

The other famous temple of Sikar District, Khatushyamji is at a distance of twenty-six kilometers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "इस माता के सामने मुगल बादशाह औरंगजेब भी हो गया चारों खाने चित्त". अमर उजाला (in Hindi). 29 March 2017.
  2. ^ "इस माता के सामने मुगल बादशाह था नतमस्तक, इस तरह जुड़ी है मान्यता". Dainik Bhaskar (in Hindi). 15 September 2017.
  3. ^ "अनोखे चमत्‍कार के लिए प्रसिद्ध है शेखावाटी का माता का ये मंदिर, यहां से काेर्इ नहीं लाैटता खाली हाथ". Patrika (in Hindi). 24 March 2018. Retrieved 27 February 2020.

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