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What is the historical significance of the Nagvasuki Temple?

The Nagvasuki Temple is dedicated to Lord Vasuki, the king of serpents in Hindu mythology. It is historically significant as it is believed to be one of the few temples where Lord Vasuki rested after the churning of the ocean, an event known as ‘Samudra Manthan’. The temple is also known for its resilience during the Mughal era, particularly against the destruction led by Emperor Aurangzeb.

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The Nagvasuki Mandir is an important Hindu temple in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh dedicated to Lord Vasuki, king of snakes. It is believed to relieve Kaal Sarpa Dosha astrological difficulties. The temple's origins trace back to Lord Vasuki resting here after churning the ocean of milk in Vedic times. During Mughal ruler Aurangzeb's destruction of temples, Nagvasuki Mandir remained untouched. Its idol was established by Lord Brahma's sons. The temple has traditional Hindu architecture with a main hall and sanctum housing a 5-hooded Vasuki idol. Millions visit during the annual Nag Panchami festival to offer prayers, observe fasts and witness rituals....