This mysterious temple gives information before the rain comes
You can ever imagine that water started dripping in the scorching sun from the roof of a building. And as soon as the rain starts, the water from the roof of that building stops dripping. Friends, we are not joking… This incident is a startling surprise, but it is absolutely true. Today we are going to tell you about Behata, a village located exactly 3 kilometers of the village development block within Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh state, India.
Friends, this mysterious temple is in this village. Which starts informing people before it rains. Before the rains, water starts dripping from the roof of this temple. And as soon as the rains start, the water dripping from the roof of the temple stops. And then dries up. This incident happens in the very ancient temple of Lord Jagannath built in that village.
People living in this village tell that drops of water start dripping from the roof of this temple 6 to 7 days before it rains. Not only this, the villagers further tell that the size of the drops of water dripping from the roof of the Jagannath temple. Rainfall also occurs on the same basis. And when the roof of the temple starts dripping, the farmers here start to plow the land. Because they believe that whenever the roof of this temple leaks. So it will rain. The surprising thing is that friends, as soon as it starts raining, the roof of this temple dries completely from the inside as if water has never fallen from here.
Regarding the secret of dripping roof of this oldest temple, the priests of this temple tell that many archaeologists and scientists came here many times to discover this secret. But till date we could not solve this mystery. That how the water starts dripping from the roof of this temple before the rain? So far, it has been learned that the restoration work of the temple was done in the 11th century.
How is the architecture of this temple?
Friends, this Jagannath temple is designed like a Buddhist monastery. The walls of this temple are 14 feet thick. On the basis of which, according to archaeologists, this temple is estimated to be built during the reign of Emperor Ashoka. According to the peacock trail and chakra outside this temple, according to some archaeologists, this temple is estimated to be built during the tenure of Chakravarti Emperor Harshavardhana. But no one has been able to estimate the construction of this very ancient temple right now.
Who is worshiped in this temple?
This is the holy temple of Lord Jagannath. The temple has black smooth stone idols of Lord Jagannath, Baldev and Subhadra. Statues of Lord Surya Dev and Padmanabham are also built in the courtyard of this temple. Like Jagannath Puri, friends in this temple also visit Lord Jagannath every year by the local people. The faith of the local people here is deeply connected with the temple, and people come from far and wide to visit this temple.