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Presence of Padmavati Mata, can be felt here in form of four Miracles

 
 

 
 

Lakki Tree

Origin of Kumudvati River

Moti Lake

Flower Miracle

 
 
 

Humcha

 

Humbaj or Hombuja (better known as Humcha or Hamchawadi) is a Atishaya Kshetra, a place where divine events regularly occur. It is the most famous pilgriage place dedicated to Lord Parsvanath and Devi Padmavati, in India. As per Historians and Jain religios leaders, Humcha or Hombuja is considered as the most scared place for Mata Padmavati.

This place is situated geographically (Latitude: 13 52' 0 N, Longitude: 75 13' 60 E), in state of Karnataka in District Shimoga.

 Humcha is known for its rich cultural and architectural heritage.

Epic and history related to Humcha has been written in 22 stone inscriptions, fornd in various temples in Humcha. This Story has been written on a stone inscription in "Panchkut Basadi", 1077 AD in Sanskrit and Kannada.

This story can even be found in a book by name of "Jinduttrai Charitrya" in Kannada by poet Padmanabh, written in 1680AD.

 

Legend Related to Humcha

 

In the region of Sursen, there was a city by name of Mathura, which was ruled by a king named "Rah", who also fought in the battle of Mahabharata, in Kurukshetra. When he was victorious in it, Krishna gifted him with a conch shell and a monkey flag. In the same royal family after a series of generations, there was king by name of, Sahkar. His queen was, Shriyala Devi, both king and queen were follower of Jainism. They were even followers of Jain monk, Muni Sidhantkirti.

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Puja's Done at Humcha

 
 
 
 

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Miracles of Humcha  

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