Who is Malhar God?

Who is Malhar God?

Khandoba (IAST: Khaṇḍobā), Martanda Bhairava, Malhari, or Malhar is a Hindu deity worshiped as a manifestation of Shiva mainly in the Deccan plateau of India, especially in the state of Maharashtra and North Karnataka. He is the most popular Kuladevata (family deity) in Maharashtra and North Karnataka.

How many episodes of Jai Malhar are there?

942Jai Malhar / Number of episodes

Who played Banu in Jai Malhar?

aka Isha Keskar

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What Muslims call Khandoba?

Muslim devotees call him ‘Mallukhana’, reportedly after a Pathan who married a Muslim woman. Khandoba is typically depicted with four arms, one of which holds a ‘Bhandara-patra’ or a bowl of turmeric powder—the essence of the Bhandara festival that is held in Jejuri, 50km from Pune, Maharashtra.

Why did Khandoba married Banu?

Khandoba’s wives who come from various communities establish cultural linkages of the god to these communities, who worship them as their patron god. While Banai is considered a legal wife of Khandoba in Maharashtra (especially with the Dhangars), the Kurubas of Karnataka regard her as a concubine.

What is the meaning of Yelkot?

The legend can be read in the devotees’ chant, “Yelkot Yelkot Jai Malhaar, Sadanandacha Yelkot!” This refers to the ancient name of Khandoba, ‘Elkoti Mahadev’, which roughly translates as ‘the leader of six crore people’.

Who is Jayadri?

Jayadri is the daughter of Lord Indra and Goddess Shachi, who later reborn as Banai due to curse put upon her by Lord Indra.

Who is the father of Khandoba?

Khandoba Temple, Jejuri

Khandoba Temple
Geographic coordinates 18°16′20″N 74°09′37″E
Style Hemadpanthi
Founder Unknown

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