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History of Virpur
Virpur is a small village about 52 K.M from Rajkot. It is situated on National Highway No.8b. This village had become holy after the birth of Shri Jalaram Bapa. It had become famous now all over the world due to events that had taken place in the life of Shri Jalaram Bapa. More over the people from all over the world come here to see the native place of Shri Jalaram Bapa and to see the "JHOLI" and "DANDA" given by god to Virbai Maa and the Original Hanumanji's Idol. The people in the village are still feeling Bapa near them and if you try to feel them with pure heart then you will also feel that Bapa is with you, he kindly gives his blessings and fulfill their wishes. This experiences are known as "Parchas".
 
 
There are three GIANT COPPER POTS in the Temple which was given by "GANGA MAIYA" filled with the "PAVITRA JAL" of Ganga, yamuna and sarawati rivers. The water from these pots never get empty. Moreover no one had suffered from any disease after drinking this "JAL". There are also pair of large wheels for grinding the wheat in the Temple given by the king of the Dhrangdhra to Shri Jalaram Bapa.
 
   About Temple
 
The "Samadhi" of Shri Jalaram Bapa is on the feet of God Shri Ram Chandra. This is by the enterance, just on the Left side of the Big Gate of the "Dela". The "JHOLI-DANDA" is kept in the Transparent Cup-board and Shri Hanumanji's Idol is also Placed near the "Samadhi". Due to the "JHOLI-DANDA" only, it is possible to provide two times free PRASAD and TEA to the thousands of visitor who come for the Darshan of Shri Jalaram Bapa. Here in
the "DARBAR OF GOD" every one "CROREPATI" or "ROADPATI" is consider same and they are offered "PRASAD" and they all sit in a same row. The "PRASAD" consist of "GANTHIA","BUNDI" and "SABJI" in morning and "KHICHADI-KADHI" and "DESHI GHEE" in evening in a traditional dish of Leaves. All visitors take this PRASAD happily.
 
   How to Reach to Virpur
 
   By Rail
 
Rajkot is a junction on the Western Railway Ahmedabad-Hapa broad gauge line. Inter City Express, Saurashtra Mail and Sau Janata Express are some of the few trains that pass through the station. The railway station known commonly as the Rajkot Junction is almost 6 km away from the Teen Batti triple gateway. Rajkot is well connected with important cities in Gujarat and India by rail. Trains for Delhi, Mumbai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Kolkata, Amritsar, Patna and Bhopal are available from Rajkot.
 
   By Air
 
Reaching Rajkot by air is quite a possible option as the city has a domestic airport linking it to Mumbai. Air India has daily flights from Mumbai, while Jet have daily flights. A rickshaw ride into the city from the airport costs approximately Rs 25/-.
 
   By Road
 
Rajkot is well connected by road to most of the major cities of Gujarat and other neighboring states. State Transport buses are regularly available from Rajkot to other cities of Gujarat. The ST bus stand is 2 km, west of Bedi Gate on the other side of Ranmal Lake. Auto rickshaws are the best way into the town, though one might also choose to walk in. Private buses are also available for Ahmedabad, Baroda, Mumbai, Bhuj, Bhavnagar, Una, Mount Abu and Udaipur.
 
 
 
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