The name Maihar is created from two words 'Mai' (Mother) and 'Har' (Necklace). History says, once Bhagwan Shiv Ji while carrying the body of Mata Sati, the Necklace (Har) of Mata Sati fell in Maihar and hence the name Maihar. A great number of devotees brings their children for commencing their education and studies. During the Navaratri festival days, it is believed Mata Sharadambika appears to her devotees as a Brahmin, Maheshwari, Gourami, Vaishnavi, Indrani, Chamundeeswari and Rajalakshmi. My Tirth India provides you Prasad from Mata Shardambika Devi Maihar - Prasad now can be sent you to comforts of your Home - My Tirth India can also arrange for Prasad with Havana and Pujan on case to case basis.
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