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Introduction:

Salabardi is a very good & Popular place, in amrawati distt and on the border , We can go by bus, or any our vehicle, there are many beautiful places just like SHIV GUFA, RAM MANDIR, CHAKRADHAR SWAMI MANDIR, & MORE...!

Salbardi is very religious place. And this place is situated in Betul district of Madhya Pradesh. On the ocation of every mahasivratri relegious persons are enjoying the celebrations of the holy day of Bholenath Baba (mahasivratri) of Maharashtra and Madhya Predesh.Salbardi is located near Morshi in Maharashtra. From Nagpur, you need to go through Katol Warud Morshi route. This place is approximately 135 KMs from Nagpur.

WAY TO GO SALBARDI---->FROM MORSHI(MAHARASHATRA)--- APPRROXY 5 - 6 K.M.-----> SALBARDI

Nearby cities: WARUD warud, MULTAI, Paratwada

Coordinates: 21°25'3"N 78°0'42"E

 

History:

The Betul Gazetteer gives the following story about the village: "A small village about 71 km. (44 miles) south of Baclnur on the Madu river. A cave in a hill by the village, approached through a long narrow passage, contains an idol of Mahadeva. It is believed that an underground passage leads from this cave to Mahadeva hill at PancmadhI. It is said that Mahadeva put two thousand goats into the passage at Pancmadhi and only one came out at Salbardi.

It is said also that a hole in the hill leads down to the cave and that this hole was made by Bhimsena so that he might see Mahadeva better. Therewere also hot and cold water springs here but those have now become mixed. A temple on the hill contains a headless image of a Devi and a pool of reddish coloured water is supposed to be tinged by the blood that fell from the image when its head was cut off.

An annual fair is held here in March, on Mahasivratra day and lasts for three days, and is attended by about 5,000 persons, nearly a hundred temporary shops being opened for the sale of goods. In the village is a quarry of hard stone from which mortars, cups and cooking slabs are made. There is also a quarry of limestone". Drinking water is obtained from the wells. A mixed primary school gives education up to 3rd standard. Morsi is the bazar place.



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