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Lord Shri "Babosa Maharaj" is worshipped as an incarnation of Lord Shri "Balaji Maharaj" or "Hanuman Ji". The main temple of Lord Shri Babosa Maharaj is situated at Churu city of Rajasthan state in India. This "Churu Dham", as people call it. Today this place is the center of profound devotion for millions of people across the globe. Followers strongly believe that their every wish is granted at this place.

History

Babosa Maharaj was born in Chrur village of Rajasthan state of India under Kothari clan. His father's name was Ghevar-chand Kothari and His mother's name was Chagni-devi Kothari. Mother Chagni-devi was a great devotee of Lord Shri Hanuman Ji. One day, inspired by His devotees praying, veer Bajrang Bali presented himself in front of Chagni-devi and asked her for a wish. Chagni-devi asked for a bright and intelligent son of Him. After 9 months of this incident, Chagni-Devi gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, who was named Panna. Panna was a great devotee of Lord Hanuman, and in his childhood only he started showing great leela's. People started recognizing Panna's power and he became quite famous in that region. In about age of 18, Panna left prithvi lok and went to swarga-loka. At swarga-loka too, Panna was engaged in the devotion of Lord Shri Hanuman Ji only. On the day of mingsar Shukla panchami, Hanuman Ji gave his powers and boons to Panna. Hanuman Ji did rajtilak of Panna and said that people will know him by his name also. From that day, Panna started to be known as Babosa Maharaj or Balaji Babosa Maharaj. Babosa Maharaj was born on "magh shukla Panchami" or "Basant Panchami", retired for Swarg-lok on "Bhadrav Shukla Panchami" and His coronation was performed by Hanuman Ji on "Mingsar Shukla panchami".

how can you reach this temple
By Surface Transport

The nearest Bus stop is Churu.

The nearest Railway station is Churu Station.

By Air

The nearest airport is Sanganer Airport, Jaipur, Rajasthan Churu

Map

Babosa Churu Dham Churu

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