Shree Saim Devta Maharaj – Uttarakhand
Shree Saim Devta is a Hindu deity worshipped in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, India. Saim Devta is considered to be a local form of Lord Shiva and is worshipped as the guardian deity of the region.
According to local legend, Saim Devta is believed to have protected the people of the Kumaon region from various disasters and adversities. The deity is also believed to have the power to cure illnesses and grant wishes.
Saim Devta is worshipped in the form of a stone idol, which is said to have emerged from the ground on its own. The idol is placed in a small temple called the Saim Devta Temple, which is located in the village of Saim in the Almora district of Uttarakhand.
The temple is a popular pilgrimage site for devotees of Saim Devta and is visited by thousands of people each year. The temple is also a popular tourist attraction and is known for its beautiful architecture and peaceful atmosphere.
Saim Devta is an important deity in the Kumaon region and is revered by the local people. The deity is also associated with the annual Saim Devta Fair, which is held in the village of Saim and attracts thousands of visitors each year.
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