Shree Shyam Mandir
In the Indian Great Epic, ‘Geethopadesam’, Lord Krishna sanctity of his words focused on a new life story of Shree Shyam Baba, which occupied a great tendency in the minds of devotees.
Shree Shyam Prabhu was the grandson of Bheem, the second brother among the ‘Panchapandavas’ and the son of Veer Ghatotkach. He was named Barbaric.
By Upadesa by Lord Shree Krishna Barbaric offered devotion to Bhagawathi Durga Mata. Happy Deviji appeared and blessed him with three arrows of different kinds.
When Barbaric was on his way to watch the Mahabharat war, Shree Krishna transformed into a Brahmin, asking him to sacrifice his head to him. Barbaric immediately donated his head with his own hands to the Brahmin, a form of Lord Shree Krishna transformed as Brahmin, asking him to sacrifice his head to him. Barbaric immediately donated his head with his own hands to the Brahmin, a form of Lord Shree Krishna. And thus, he became famous as the Great Sacrificer.
After the end of the Mahabharath War, Lord Krishna offered a gift to him that his head would retake Avatar in Kaliyug and be named and known as Lord Krishna’s name, Shyam. And such will be his Charisma that all his devotee’s wishes will be fulfilled.
By blessings of Lord Krishna Shree Shyam Baba took Avatar at Khatu village 17 KM distance from Ringas, 85 KM from Jaipur, Rajasthan, where a Shree Shyam Baba temple was constructed, which has become famous as a great pilgrim centre.