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Many sadhana fields are spread in different corners of Bengal. Somewhere the name of that field has spread far and wide due to the achievements of the saints. Elsewhere again, God in His immense mercy fulfills the desires of the devotees. The reputation of that sadhankshetra also increased. Hearing that fame, devotees from far and wide rushed to fulfill their desires. Received God’s blessings.

There is one such Sadhanakshetra in Mojilpur of South 24 Parganas. After getting down at Jayanagar-Mojilpur station, a few steps ahead, you will come to Pichrasta. Dhanvantari Devi temple is a few steps along that path. The temple can also be reached by van from the station. It is said that this 400-year-old temple offers medicines obtained from the dream of the goddess. Devotees get well after eating.

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Gas and heartburn disease at home. Many terrible diseases are born from those diseases. All these diseases can be cured by taking the medicine found in the dream of the goddess. That is why the name of the goddess is Dhanvantari. It is as if he is curing diseases like Vaidyaraja Dhanvantari of heaven. Keeping that in mind, devotees call the goddess Dhanvantari.

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Devotees from far and wide flock to the Dhanvantari temple to take the cure medicine of the goddess. The temple is crowded every day of the week. Among them, Saturday-Tuesday is a little more crowded. Besides, the crowd becomes extreme during Amavasya, Kali Puja. A fair is held in the temple premises for 15 consecutive days in the month of Baisakh. During these 15 days, the goddess changes a lot as part of the special festival.

The idol of the goddess is of Nimkath. The color of the goddess is black. Basan parihita. Adorned with goddess ornaments. Like other Kalimurti, the goddess has a stick in one hand. On the other hand is Normund. Along with one hand, he is giving fear. Shiva is at the feet of the goddess. The Chakraborty family has served this temple for generations. From the time of their ancestor Rajendralal Chakraborty, the goddess has been worshiped in this Chakraborty house in Majilpur.

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