Kheerganga is a place that is known for Shiva. Be that as it may, in particular, it is where ruler Karthikey dove in deep reflection and surrendered all the common things.
Here’s the belief-
As indicated by the localites, it was the time when ruler Shiva asked their child Karthikey and Ganesh to go far and wide. Master Ganesh suspecting that the entire world lies at His parent’s feet, He circumferenced around them (Shiva and Parvati), while ruler Karthikey set out on His voyage of the world visit. Inspired by Ganesha’s mind, Shiva made him the lord. A long time after Karthikey returned home, He saw that Ganesh was made the lord and was getting a charge out of the considerable number of forces and offices He had expected being a senior sibling.
Disappointed and furious, He went to the buckle (which is in Kheerganga) for profound contemplation.
Afterward, Shiva and Parvati came here to take Karthikey home. Out of affection for his child, Goddess Parvati made the kheer (rice pudding) spill out of the mountain (kheer-ki-ganga which actually means the stream of rice pudding). Later master Parshuram, on understanding the approaching of kalyug and that there could be a battle among individuals, ceased the kheer and what remained is the boiling point water.
Indeed, even now, one can see the white elastic like particles (malai) alongside the hot streaming water. The water remains bubbling hot consistently and is said to be rich in regular minerals and can cure stomach related clutters. Master Shiva loved this place so much that he chose to remain here. It is said that Lord Shiva himself contemplated here for a great many years. Continue reading