Gujarat’s celebrity cricketer Vipul Narigara is on a tour to visit religious places all over the state, according to sources and also through his verified Instagram account. One of his recent posts shows him visiting Sonal Dham which is situated in Madhada, Gujarat. It is one of the most popular religious shrines and has many devotees queuing up to visit and worship Sonal maa who many believe is the destroyer of ill fate. Many devotees have blind faith in their deity who if worshipped with a pure heart, gives positive results and the proof lies in thousands of lives changed by following her with a pure heart.
“I have been visiting religious places across the state and have got immense peace and inner calm by visiting these places, but Sonal Dham has got a different charm altogether and the one who visits this place can experience the divine intervention by setting their first foot on its holy soil,” says Vipul Narigara. Sonal Dham feeds the poor devoid of any charges 365 days a year, which makes it all the more popular amongst locals as well as tourists who throng the Hindu temple to have a glimpse of its workings.
The pilgrimage place is located in Junagadh district in a small village called Madhada. People from across the state visit the place including some top celebrities, the most recent ones been Vipul Narigara, who posted his photo on his social media with a caption, “the fate is in your hands, mother.” Dadubhai Gadhavi welcomed Narigara and presented him with a painting of Sonal Maa, which exuded extreme divinity. According to Dadubhai Gadhavi, the number of followers have been increasing every year and now millions visit this popular shrine and the numbers are growing with each passing day. The number of visitors have always been growing since the day it was founded. There is a divine power in the temple which protects its devotees and saves them from bad omen, that’s what its staunch followers believe.
One must without fail visit Sonal Dham to experience its divinity and you would feel the change in your inner self for sure, the moment you step inside the temple premises.