Shyam ji is also worshipped in the form of Lord Krishna. Thus,
the vigour in the festivity mood derives its flavour from
the changeable and colourful nature of Lord Krishna.
Ekadashi gains its importance
from the fact that Shree Shyamji was born on 11th day of
Shukla Paksh in the month of Kartik.
Dwadashi Shree Shyamji donated
His Head "SHISH" to Lord Krishna during the great
battle of Mahabharata - "SHISH DAAN".
Darshan on these two days
are very auspicious and thousands come regularly every month
from all parts of the country. The temple remains open throughout
the night of Ekadashi for darshan.
Devotees engage themselves
in Bhajan-Kirtan on the Ekadashi night (Jaagran). Renowned
bhajan singers from different parts of the country sing
Bhajans for the deity in different dharamshalas throughout
It is believed that your
wishes are granted if you offer a Nishan at the temple.Nishan
YatraNishan is a triangular
flag of a particular size, made of cloth, which is hoisted
on a bamboo stick. It is carried in one's hands while covering
the route from Ringas to Khatu on foot. Nishans are offered
in millions during the Falgun Mela, and it is a site to