Agroha Dham – Hisar, Haryana
Agroha Dham is a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddesses Mahalakshmi and Maharaja Agrasen Ji and this temple is located 20 km from Hisar on the Hisar-Fatehabad road in Haryana, India. Agroha Dham Mandir is one of the popular tourist attractions in Agroha, Hisar and attracts a large number of visitors throughout the year. A magnificent architectural marvel built by Agroha Vikas Trust.
What are the timings of Agroha dham?
The Aarti timings of Agroha dham temple starts at 05:00 AM in the morning which lasts 2 hours. After the Aarti the temple complex is open for devotees for dashan from 07:00 AM to 08:00 PM in the Night.
What is the Agroha Dham Story?
Agroha Temple construction was started in 1976 and it was completed in the year of 1984. In 1976, the All India Agarwal Delegates’ Conference decided to build the temple. A trust was established under the leadership of Shri Krishna Modi and Rameshwar Das Gupta for this purpose. The land was donated to Lakshmi Narayana Gupta Trust and then the Construction was held under the Supervision of Tilak Raj Agarwal. Construction of the main temple was completed in 1984. While the construction of other features began in the year 1985 under the direction of Subhash Goel.
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The Architecture of Agroha dham
At the entrance to the courtyard, an elephant statue is placed on either side of the gate. The Agroha Dham complex is divided into three main parts. In the center of the courtyard is the temple of Goddess Mahalakshmi. Saraswati Devi Temple is located in the western part of the premises and Maharaja Agrasen Ji Temple is located in the eastern part of the premises. Behind the Shakti Sarovar temple complex is a large tank. It was filled with the water of 41 rivers of India in 1988. At the north-west end of the compound is depicted a scene of sea churning. Beautiful inscriptions are the glory of this temple, there are many idols but the main attraction is the 90 feet Hanuman idol, Shiva idol, Elephant idol, Ganga and Yamuna Maia idol. Two beautiful caves give the experience of Vaishno Devi and Amarnath Caves. Ramayana Gallery, Krishna Gallery, carved walls make this place more beautiful. The 120×160 feet satsang hall can seat 5000 people in the temple complex.
Festival at Agroha dham Mandir
The Agroha Maha Kumbh festival is held every year on Sharad Purnima from the month of October to November.
Basic Services provided on Agroha dham
Prasad, RO Water, Water Cooler, Shoe Store, Washrooms, CCTV Security, Sitting Benches, Music System, Shakti Sarovar, Nauka Vihar, children Park, Gift Shops, Shopping Complex and Food Court.
How to Reach Agroha Dham Temple Hisar
By Train – Hisar Railway Station Agroha Dham is the nearest railway station, there are many direct trains from Delhi, Amritsar and Jaipur, and then you can take an easily accessible bus or taxi between Hisar and Fatehabad.
By Air – Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi is the nearest airport to Agroha dham. It takes half an hour from Delhi to Hisar by taxi or Haryana Roadways and then from Hisar.
By Road – Hisar is easily accessible by state transport buses from major cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur.
Agroha dham Location:
Agroha dham, Hisar, Hisar district,
Haryana – 125047, India
Top Hotels near Agroha dham
- Hotel Agroha Inn – 1.4km from Agroha dham
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- Banyan hotel & Resort – 1.8km from Agroha dham
- Pepper Hotel – 2.1km from Agroha dham
- The Esse Hotel – 2.2km from Agroha dham
- Karandeep Hotel – 3.1km from Agroha dham
- Midtown Grand – 3.3km from Agroha dham
Nearby Attractions to Agroha Dham Hisar
- (2.35 km) from Kelebekler
- (2.71 km) Howe Shopping Centre
- (3.08 km) Sun City Mall
- (3.80 km) Tomb of Todar Singh
- (4.67 km) Feroz Shah Palace Complex
Delhi to Agroha Dham distance:
3 hr 28 min (189.2 km) via Delhi – Sirsa Hwy
Hisar to Agroha Dham distance: 31 min (23.6 km) via Sirsa Rd and NH9
Barwala to Agroha distance:
37 min (28.2 km) via Agroha Rd
Adampur to Agroha distance: 25 min (18.3 km) via SH 10
Agroha Dham Mandir Photos:
What are the other Famous Temples in Haryana:
Radha Swami Satsang
Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple