THE ETERNAL FLAME OF DEVI
Rishimukh|October 2020
THE ETERNAL FLAME OF DEVI
“Jwala ji” Kangra in the lap of the Shivaliks in Himachal, about 50 odd kilometers from Dharamshala. Jwala ji or Jwalamukhi is one of such unique places where there have been Flames burning out of nowhere from the time it is known. The Nine Flames signify the Nine Devis of the “Navaratri”. These flames have been burning for ages, non-stop without any fuel The Eternal Flame of the Devi.
Pradeepta Pradhan

Many of us know that the Shakti Peethas are holy places or energy centres where the Devi resides. One such Shakti Peetha is the “Jwala Ji” Kangra in the lap of the Shivaliks in Himachal, about 50 odd kilometers from Dharamshala. Jwala Ji or Jwalamukhi is one of such unique places where there have been Flames burning out of nowhere from the time it is known. Such places are found outside India, in Nepal and as far as Baku in Azerbaijan.

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October 2020