Sacred Pool, Katas Raj Temples, Pakistan

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Muhammad Bin Naveed
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published on 04 June 2015
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The sacred pool at Katas Raj Temples, said to have sprung from the tears of Shiva at the loss of his wife Satti. It is said to be the twin of the pool at Puruksha at Ajmer and is considered to be where the Pandawa brothers of the Mahabharata epic spent 12 years in exile. Various Hindu (left) and Sikh (center and right) era buildings can be seen surrounding the pool which constitute the Hindu Hanuman temple and private living areas dating from the Sikh period (1800-1850 CE).

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About the Author

Muhammad Bin Naveed
Architect with a passion from Archaeology from Pakistan. Doing what I can to spread knowledge through this wonderful platform.

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APA Style

Naveed, M. B. (2015, June 04). Sacred Pool, Katas Raj Temples, Pakistan. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3906/sacred-pool-katas-raj-temples-pakistan/

Chicago Style

Naveed, Muhammad Bin. "Sacred Pool, Katas Raj Temples, Pakistan." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified June 04, 2015. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/3906/sacred-pool-katas-raj-temples-pakistan/.

MLA Style

Naveed, Muhammad Bin. "Sacred Pool, Katas Raj Temples, Pakistan." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 04 Jun 2015. Web. 05 Aug 2021.