Navghrah Temple

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Navagraha temples are temples devoted to Navagraha - the nine (nava) major celestial bodies (Grahas) of Hindu astronomy. These celestial bodies are namedSurya (Sun), Chandra (Moon), Chevvaai/Mangal (Mars), Budhan (Mercury), Guru/Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (North Lunar Node) andKetu (South Lunar Node). Many temples in South India contain a shrine dedicated to the Navagrahas.
Shani is the Lord of Saturday and embodied in the planet Saturn. Shani Dev is Known as God Of Justice. It is said that when Shani opened his eyes as a baby for the very first time, the sun went into an eclipse, which clearly denotes the impact of Shani on astrological charts. He is known as the greatest teacher and well wisher for the righteous as well the greatest punisher for those who follow the path of evil, betrayal, backstabbing and unjust revenge. 
Shani is depicted as dark in colour, black clothed, holding sword, arrows and two daggers. He is depicted to be mounted on a black crow. He is also known as Shanaiscar Shani Bhagavan, Shaneesvara, Saneesvara, Shaneesvaran, Shani Deva.
"Triveni Ghat Sri Saneeshwara Navagraha Temple", situated on the Triveni Ghat of the Shipra, 6 km away from the Ujjaini town. we can reach the temple in few minute.The distance between Navghrah Temple through the railway station and Dewas Gate Bus stand is about 6km.So from station you can hire the taxi or take the city bus which take charges 15Rs/-per head. 

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