Ambaji is an important temple with millions of devotees visiting every year. It is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths. The temple is worth seeing for its holy significance, the worship of the supreme power of cosmic energy & is also for its wonderful carvings displaying an Indian culture.
Ambaji temple is one of the famous temples in India and one among the 51 shakthi peethas. Ambaji is an important temple town. In this holy Indian temple there is no idol or image of the goddess Visa Yantra who is worshipped as main deity. The real idol of Goddess Ambaji is situated on the top of Gabbar Hill .The yantra of this temple cannot be seen by the naked eye. A huge number of devotees visit this temple during Purnima days.During Diwali the whole temple is decorated with light.
It is believed that this Hindu temple was formed when Shiva carried the body of Shakthi and while dancing the part that was his heart fell in this place.This is a famous Hindu temple.For the Shaivite sect this is one of the important temples.All the shakthi peeths have separate Kalabhairava shrines associated with them.The Kalabhairava for Amba Mata temple is Batuk Bhairav. It is believed that Ambaji Mata blessed Lord Rama when he went to kill Ravana.
This is the principal shrine of a goddess who has been worshiped since the pre-Vedic period. She is often referred to as Arasuri Amba, named for the location of the temple in the Arasur hills, near the source of the Saraswati river at the south-western end of the Aravali mountain range.
There is no idol or picture in the temple but a simple cave like Gokh in the inner wall, in which A Gold Plated Holy Shakti Visa Shree Yantra having kurma back convex shape and 51 Bij letters therein, connected with that of the original Yantras of Nepal and Ujjain Shakti Piths, is also ritually installed in such a way it can be visible for devotion, but never photographed in past nor can be so done in future. The worship of this Visa Shree Yantra is done only after tying a bandage on the eyes.