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Mansa Devi Temple

Mansa devi temple is located in Badi Lambore (Lambore Dham) village at a distance of 8 kilometers from Sadulpur (Rajgarh) on south. Sadulpur-Malsisar-Jhunjhunu road. Mansa Devi is one of the forms of Durga Mata that inspires the devotees to not only perform rituals and puja but also dedicate yourself towards accomplishing holy deals.

In the earlier days, the idol of Mata was placed in 'Devi ki Vani'. Mata left that place due to the evils and came near the berry tree. She came in the dreams of Seth Surajmalji, the head of Hamirwasiya family and inspired him to build a temple at the place. He came to this place and gave responsibility of constructing the temple to his elder son Shri Onkarmalji and returned to Calcutta. The construction of the temple and an attached verandah completed within an year and the idol of Mataji was placed on April 19, 1975.

The Temple
Today the temple is expanded in a vast complex with 41 rooms, yagnashala, Shri Lamboria Mahadevji temple, Shri Lamboria Balaji temple and a Singhdwar. The temple is equipped with all the necessary items that include generators, pots, quilts, rugs and many others. The temple organizes various religious ceremonies throughout the year. The devotees of Mata are constantly spreading Her divinity among the others.

Lambore Dham (Lambore Bari) is accessible from Delhi/Jaipur by Road or by Rail, the distance in each case being approx. 240 Kms. Nearest Railway Station is Sadulpur (Rajgarh). Lambore Bari is situated 8 Kms south of Rajgarh on Rajgarh-Malsisar-Jhunjhunu road, a 15 minute journey by car, jeep and bus available almost round the clock.

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