Pretshila is situated 100 kilometers away from the capital city of Patna and has great religious importance. Brahma Kund is situated just bellow Pretshila hill where devotees take holy dip in the water and then move forward to perform the ritual of Pind Dan. The ritual of Pind Dan according to Brahminical writings gives peace the departed soul of the ancestors.
Pretshila Hill (meaning Hill of Ghost), around 8 km north-west of Gaya, is a revered place for Hindus where they do pind daan (a religious ritual performed for the peace of the departed souls). On top of the hill lies a temple dedicated to Lord Yama, who as per Hindu mythology is the God of Death. The temple was initially constructed by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore but has been renovated several times. You can see a tank called Ramkund close to the temple, where it is believed that Lord Ram bathed once. People are of the belief that taking a bath in this tank washes away all the sins of devotees.
A shrine atop Pretashila, a hillock in Gaya, is buzzing with activities. Devotees are flocking here in small groups from across the country with a strong belief that a visit to this shrine will guard them from evil spirits. Pilgrims and tourists come here from very far off places of the country for the salvation of souls of their family members. . ome pilgrims fall a prey to vicious spooky elements look up to the sacred stone, with deep reverence as this place is said to have been ruled by the trinity of Gods-Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
Gaya derives its name from the mythological demon Gayasur (which literally means Gaya the demon), demon (asur, a Sanskrit word) and Gaya. Lord Vishnu killed Gayasur, the holy demon by using the pressure of his foot over him. This incident transformed .......
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