SHRI PITAMBARA MAI MANDIR
There is a temple at the property that is inspired by the Peetambara Peeth temple, which is in Datia, on the route from Gwalior to Jhansi. The significance of this temple comes from a Shree Guru Maharaj Ji, who is considered sacred. He was a Hindu saint who spent most of his life in the temple.
It is said that no one knew where he came from or even his name. He was a devotee of Goddess Baglamukhi, and as claimed by his devotees, he did great miracles.
The temple at Datia and Shatam Jeeva represent idols of the goddesses of justice and war such as Bagalamukhi commonly known as Peetambara Mai in North India. The Goddess is known to paralyze enemies and also clears away the delusions and misconceptions of her devotees. It is also believed that her power and energy protect her devotees from the evil eye, negativity, paranormal events, legal issues, etc. She offers miracles by creating a positive atmosphere, boosts confidence, clears chaos in life, and gives the light of stability.
Maa Baglamukhi is considered among one of the 52 hallowed Shakti Peeths in India and Nepal, and it is a highly revered place of worship.
The temple at the property is replicated as-is from the one in Datia; the sentiment behind this recreation is to feel as if you were in Datia itself during your prayers. Even the trees planted in the temple are the same as the ones in Datia.
The temple in Pitambara Peeth derived its importance when the China war began. Apprehensive about our countries sanctity, Maharaj Ji brought a hundred non-commercial pandits, out of which seventy-five were finalized intuitively; these pandits were summoned from across the country and locked in the temple for a month where they collectively prayed for the protection and victory of India. On the final day of the havan, China declared a ceasefire and left India.