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Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga is a sacred Hindu pilgrimage site located in the town of Parli in the Beed district of Maharashtra, India. It is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas, which are considered to be the most revered abodes of Lord Shiva. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vaijnath, an incarnation of Lord Shiva, and is believed to be one of the holiest places for Shiva devotees.
The Parli Vaijnath temple is known for its architectural beauty and spiritual significance. It features a magnificent black stone idol of Lord Vaijnath, and the lingam is adorned with precious jewels. Devotees from all over India visit this sacred site to seek Lord Shiva's blessings and to perform religious rituals and ceremonies. The temple also holds an annual fair during the Maha Shivaratri festival, which attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists.
Legend has it that the Parli Vaijnath Jyotirlinga was established by Lord Rama during his journey to rescue his wife, Sita. It is believed that a visit to this shrine can wash away one's sins and grant spiritual salvation. The temple's serene ambiance and the devout atmosphere make it a significant spiritual destination for those seeking divine blessings and inner peace.