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Sunday, 5 July 2015

Tandaav Ganpati: A True Tale of Horror

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It's been a long time since the last post.
But it's never to late , so let me share something new with you all.
In this post I am going to discuss about those person who worship evil god "shaitaan" , who sacrifice innocent lives to feed their god  , calling this ritual as "bali" -means to feed the god with blood to make him happy so that the god will bless them with supernatural powers

Image result for aghori tantrikThese peoples are called "AGHORI" ,"TANTRIK"  (SECT) .
It has been in believe among people that these aghoris possess magical powers and are capable of doing good or bad to common people.

Performing rituals by enchanting special mantras that would give them powers to do somthing that they want.
It is also believed from ancient times that, these people may even pet spirits for their use ,it is same as we pet a dog to guard or for combat in the defence forces,.

 **Aghori tantriks go in search of the powers and try to gain it by all means. They also are known to ritual worship using a corpse at an altar to invoke the mother goddess in her form as Smashan Tara (Tara of the Cremation Grounds).The Aghori tantriks are notorious their alcoholic and cannibalistic rituals. The corpses pulled from a river or obtained from cremation grounds, are consumed both raw and cooked on open flame, as the Aghoris believe that what others consider a "dead man" is, in fact, nothing but a natural matter devoid of the life force it once contained. For Aghoris, nothing is profane or separate from God. In fact, a burial ground or a haunted house is a preferred place of “sadhana” or worship for an Aghori tantric.

In this post i am gonna share a tale ,  A TRUE TALE of "TANDAV GANAPATI" .
which i also name as "arrival of cursed life".

The cursed and evil statue in this tale, the Aghori Tanddav Ganpati was created sometime after 1765 AD. Its origins can be traced to the war of succession in the Peshwa family. Peshwa Sawai Madhavrao was on the throne and was seriously ill. The doctors had stated that he did not have long to live. His uncle, Raghunathrao wanted the throne for himself and was just waiting for his nephew’s death. To ensure that his nephew did not survive, he took help of an Aghori Tantrik named Kotrakar Guruji” who hailed from Mysore. This Tantrik has this idol made of Ganpati doing a “tanddan nritya”, the “Dance of Death”. It was made of “Panchadhatu”, an alloy of five metals and was a one and a half foot in height. It is said that anyone who came in contact with this Aghori statue met a terrible end.

The Shaniwarwada, the Palace of the Peshwas where the evil Aghori Tandaav Ganpati statue was worshipped by Raghunathrao Peshwa
The most chilling victims of this statue was Peshwa Narayanrao, the younger brother of Sawai Madhavrao who had succeeded him. Angered by this Raghunathrao and his wife Anandibai plotted his murder. On their instructions, a group of assassins entered the Shaniwarwada to kill Narayanrao. The young lad ran to his uncle, Raghunathrao’s chambers screaming “Kaka mala vachva” (Uncle! Please save me!). At this time, Raghunathrao was worshipping this cursed statue with the Tantrik. As Narayanrao entered the room, he was hacked to pieces by the assassins. It is said that this statue was completely covered in blood of the dead Peshwa. The statue had claimed its first “Bali” (sacrifice) and more such victims were to follow.

The murder of his nephew did not do Raghunathrao any good. His own people turned against him, and he had to flee Pune. Soon he became a fugitive and died of a prolonged painful illness.

A palace retainer named Shedanikar stole the idol from Raghunathrao and installed in under a peepul tree in the village of Shedani near Pune. Over time, the idol moved to Chinchwad, Wai and finally in a home of a Brahmin in Satara. All its owners as well as their descendants were known to die a slow and painful death from illness and insanity. The Brahmin from Satara suffered so badly that he decided to get rid of the idol and threw it in a large abandoned well behind his house. There is lay forgotten for 50-60 years. However, as in horror movies, these objects never disappear for ever. 

Around 60 years later a famous sanyasi in the Satara town known as Godbole Shastri (better known as Swami Swachandanand) saw this cursed Aghori Tandaav Ganpati in his dreams. He requested his disciple Mr Wamanrao Kamat to look for it. After a few investigations, Mr Kamat came to know of its cursed history. He also came to know that that Brahmin (who had thrown the statue in the well) had died a horrible death. As a result, Mr Kamat began to delay and avoid his quest for the statue. However, Gobole Shastri started getting sightings in his dreams in which he saw that idol everyday begging to be released. After a lot of persuasion, Mr Kamat took the statue out of the well. He installed the statue in his home and worshipped it every day.

The jinxed idol made the Kamat family its next victims. Slowly all the family members died a terrible death. Mr Kamat too died a slow and painful death in 1937. Since his entire family had died, one of his distant relatives moved this cursed idol from the puja room into an underground chamber. In 1946, Mrs Chiplunkar, a distant cousin of Mr Kamat took the statue in her possession. She too died a slowly as a paralytic. Mr Moghe, a renowned antique collector from Bombay, heard of this historic statue and wanted to acquire it. He requested his friend Mr D S Bapat of Pune to acquire this statue from Mrs Chiplunkar in Satara. Mr Bapat requested his friend Mr Sontakke to take this idol with him to Pune. Mr Sontakke did not wish to travel to Bombay at night and so took the idol home, so that he could start his journey the next morning. As soon as he got the idol home, his wife, Mrs Sontakke got excruciating pains in her stomach which continued the whole night. The next morning, as Mr Sontakke left with the jinxed statue, the pain suddenly stopped. Sadly, Mrs Sontakke could never bear the children again.

Mr Moghe, the antique collector was the next victim of this jinxed idol. His son soon became mentally ill and had to be consigned in mental asylum. Mr Moghe lost all his money and became bankrupt. Mr Moghe had a friend named Mr Keshavram Ayyengar. He handed over the infamous statue to Mr Ayyengar and asked him to destroy it. Mr Ayyengar felt that such an evil object had to be destroyed in a proper holy manner. He took the statue to the Shankaracharya of Kanchi , one of the holiest priests of Hindu religion. The Shankaracharya had one look at the statue and asked Ayyengar to take away the evil statue away as soon as possible as he did not want it anywhere near the sacred place. Mr Ayyengar went back to Madras with a heavy heard. As soon as he reached Madras, he heard the news that his wife had died and his son had turned mad. Sometime in 1960s, Mr Ayyengar donated the evil state to Shankar Mutt at Thambu Chetty Street in Madras. This is the last known location of this statue 

Last Known Location of the evil Aghori Tandaav Ganpati statue (as per the book: Peshwe Gharanyacha Itihas by Dr. Pramod Oak):

Sri Sankara Math (A branch of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam)

Thambu Chetty Street, George Town

Chennai – 600 001 

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