|Address:||Narora, Belaun, Uttar Pradesh 203389|
Belon Temple is situated in Belon village near the town of Narora in District Bulandshehar, Uttar Pradesh, India and around 60 kilometers from the industrial city of Aligarh. It is about 5 km from Narora town, Narora is located on bank of river Ganga and is home to one of the nation’s network of nuclear power plant operated by Neil The ancient name of village, Belon, derived from Bilwan which comes from its groves or a forest of bael tree (binomial name: Aegle marmelos). Belon village is located at 28.10°N 78.21°E. It has an average elevation of 633 ft.
Legend / Local stories
The Belon Hindu temple is devoted to Sarva Mangala Devi, the goddess of all wellbeing. A visit to the temple is believed to bring happiness in all aspects of one’s life. Pilgrims come from many parts of Uttar Pradesh, the heart of northern India, to catch a glimpse of mother goddess, to recite prayers and to leave offerings. There is a tradition of playing Holi with Tesu Phool. This temple are revered by thousand of people of Uttar Pradesh who flock around the shrine during Navratris of Kavar (during Dashera) and Chaitra (during Ram Navami). The ancient name of village, Belon, derived from Bilwan which comes from its groves or aforest of Bael Tree .
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