People say this is a farce. In this day and age, everyone lies. People lie because they think others will catch their lies. But let us tell you that there is a temple in Ayodhya where all the poles of the liars are opened.
Yes, you heard it absolutely right. The lie of the one who swears falsely in this temple does not last long. The Lakshman Fort is located on the banks of the Saryu River in Ayodhya. In this article, we will tell you about this temple in more detail.
What is the significance of Lakshman Fort?
The Lakshman Fort in Ayodhya is located on the banks of the Saryu River. It is believed that Lakshmana Fort has divine powers. These divine powers disturb the liar in this temple in some way or another. Along with Lakshmana, Lord Rama and Sita are also worshipped in this temple. It is said that if a person swears falsely in this temple, he has to face bad consequences.
What the story?
Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. After ruling for a thousand years, he was about to return after finishing his leela. At the same time, he was conversing with Kaal. Then it was stipulated that no one would enter the room where the conversation between Kaal and Lord Shri Ram was taking place. If this happens, the person standing at the door will be sentenced to death.
Lord Rama made Lakshmana stand at the door. He told Laxman not to allow anyone inside. But then Durvasa Rishi Prabhu reached there to meet Sri Rama. Following the order, Lakshmana stopped Durvasa Rishi at the gate.
Angered by this, Sage Durvasa started cursing the city of Ayodhya. When Lakshman entered that room to save the city of Ayodhya from the curse of Sage Maharshi Durvasa, Kaal vanished from there. According to the promise made to Lord Shri Ram, before Shri Ram left, Lakshman sacrificed his body in the Saryu River. This is where Lakshmana left his body and took the remaining incarnation.
People come to settle disputes
Lakshman Fort is situated on the banks of the river Sarayu. People also come here to resolve their disputes. This is a proven place. It is believed that if a person takes a false oath to bring a decision in his favor in a dispute, his lie does not last long. His lies are exposed.