Char Siddh Peeth
Char Siddh Peeth
The beautiful forest of the year welcomes you as soon as you enter the Doon Valley. In this valley, if you go anywhere, after six to seven kilometers, you will be fascinated by the forest of evergreen years. Sal tree is used for timber. Here the chin of the doors and windows was made of wood of the year.
It is a strong tree. There is a saying about it that “stand hundred years, lie hundred years and rotten hundred years”. The Siddha temples here are situated among the forests of these years. (Sidh temples of Dehradun) Yes, the specialty of Dehradun is that there are four Siddhas sitting in the four corners of this city among the forests of Sal. Kalu Siddha in the northeast direction, Lakshmana Siddha in the southeast, Madhu Siddha in the northwest direction and West are the standard siddha towards the south.
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These four Siddhas remain the centers of faith in the people of this place even today. The rural farmers of Dehradun collect a part of the produce obtained from their farming collectively and store it here every year. Couples come here after marriage to seek blessings. The milk of a milch animal that gives birth to its newborn baby, they offer milk before their use here and demand for the safety of farming and animals. Faithful people from the local Gods and Goddesses are seen talking about this folk instead of the other world.
Siddha used to do yoga meditation among the forests, all the four Siddhas of Dehradun are also in the middle of the forests. Every Sunday there is a crowd of visitors to these Siddhas. Traditionally in these four siddhas, the offerings of jaggery bheli are found and the pudding of the dust of the dhun is found in the form of parasad.