Hinglaj Mata Mandir in Balochistan
It may be mentioned that Hinglaj Mata temple in a mountain cave on the bank of Hingol River inside Hingol National Park, which is adjacent to the Makran coast of Arabian Sea in the south-west of Pakistan, is a revered place for Hindus and thousands gather there to pray in front of Mother Goddess Shakti with rituals.
In a recent conversation with the scribes at Guwahati Press Club through video conferencing, Baloch nationalist leader Hyrbyair Marri mentioned about the temple, which is presently in a deplorable condition due to unwanted interferences of the Pakistan Army.
Marri, who is the president of Free Balochistan Movement, however, stated that Baloch nationals maintain high regard to the shrine even though the majority of them are Muslim, said a statement of PPFA.
The idols of Goddess Shakti at Hinglaj temple
Angry Maheswar soon arrived there and cut Daksha's head. Then Mahadev took Sati’s corpse on his shoulder and started wandering with Tandava Nritya. Then with an aim to douse Shiva’s rage, Lord Vishnu cut Sati's mortal remains into 51 pieces through Sudarsan Chakra. Body parts of Sati fell in various localities on Earth and all locations are today regarded as shrines by Hindus.
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“We appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take a personal interest to enhance diplomatic efforts to revive the Hinglaj temple and pave easier ways for Indian pilgrims to visit the shrine. As the Baloch nationals are legitimately secular in nature, they may also be taken into confidence in fulfilling the mission,” concluded the PPFA statement.