SriTrimurtiDham - Introduction
'hari avtar hetu jehi hoei, idmittham kahi jaie na soie'
It is beyond the human realisation to tell us for certain the specific or absolute reason for the repeated incarnation of GOD from time to time on this earth. But in the 'Bhagwad Gita' in shalokas 4/6-7 Krishna asserts:
yada yada hi dharmasya
glanir bhavati bharata
tadatmanam srjamy aham
"Whenever religion (dharam) suffers and irreligion (adharam) grows I - the protector of the pious and the destroyer of the evils - incarnate myself again and again for consecrartion and re-establishment of religion in all ages."
According to this, one of the reasons of incarnation of GOD on the earth is to re-establish the religion whenever it is in danger of losing it's sanctity and glory.
GOD is Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent. HE is present in the smallest of the smallest particle on the surface of the earth. But at times to personify HIS presence in everything, GOD manifests Himself in different places in different ways and at the different times. Sometimes, HE manifests himself in the form of a human or appears in the form of an idol, thus personifying HIS Presence. HE re-incarnates at a specific place chosen by himself. 'Sri Trimuti Dham' is one such place where the formless shape of the Lord has taken a visible form, discernible to the naked human eyes.
Sri Trimurti Dham is situated amidst the beautiful mountain ranges of shivalik hills - like the jewel in the crown - on the pictureque hill-top beside the eastern fringe of Kalka town in distt. Panchkula (Haryana) overlooking the industrial town Parwanoo which is serving as the gateway to the scenic beauty and grandeur of the mighty Himalyas of Himachal Pardesh.
Sri Trimurti Dham
The literal meaning of 'Sri Trimurti Dham' is "a place where Teen Murtis (three idols) exist together". "Sri Trimurti Dham" is a place where the three radiant, unique and amazingly alive deities of the following are enshrined,
- Shri Bala ji Hanuman
- Shri Pretraj Sarkar and
- Shri Bhairav ji