On Respect of Maharaja
Agrasen Government of India Launch Postage Stamp of 25 Paisa in 24th September
1976 on New Delhi & In 1976
AGROHA VIKAS TRUST
was established to redevelop agroha, since then all the development process at
Agroha is planned and implemented by AGROHA VIKAS TRUST. The total area under
the trust for the development of Agroha Dham is 27 acres. Agroha Dham has been
planned to represent the historical tenets of India- As a centre of learning,
philosphy and spirituality, Vridh Ashram (Old Age Home), Health Centre, Research
Centre. with this vision a Temple complex with temples of goddess Mahalaxmi,
Saraswati, and Maharaj Agrasen is developed. The beauty of this place is
exemplified by the Shakti Sarovar and well maintained lawns. Opposite to the
Trust compound Agrasen Medical College and Research Centre is built. The medical
college is one of the most prestigious education centre for medical studies.
the main gate of Trust compound stands the temple complex at Agroha Dham.The
temple complex consists of three wings,the centre section is graced with the
presence of Kuldevi Mahalaxmi. Mahalaxmi Shakti peeth
was resurrected on 30th Oct'84.The dome of the temple is very big and is at a
height of 180 ft from ground.The main 'Kalash' of the temple is gold plated.The
idol of goddess beseated on a lotus flower has both aesthetic and spiritual
appeal. It is believed that since the time Maharaj Agrasen was bestowed boon
from Devi Mahalaxmi, the wish of every person is fulfilled at this place.
On the North - West end of the temple complex is the
Saraswati Temple.Saraswatiji is the goddess of knowledge and patience. Knowledge
and adequate patience are the keys to wealth generation and business acumen to
which Aggarwal's are synonymous with.
The eastern wing of the temple complex host the memorial
temple of Maharaj Agrasen. In the main hall beautiful
scenes have been sculpted out representing the main ideals of Maharaj Agrasen
and main events of his life. One
of the scenes sculpted shows how a newcomer to the state of Agroha was given a
One Rupee Coin and a Brick for a new start to his life. Besides, there are some
scenes depicting the myths from our vedas and puranas.
In front of the main temple is a big 'Satsang' Hall of 120
x 160 Sq ft . Which can accommodate approximately 5000 people at a time. This
hall in concrete is the biggest hall in India without the support of any pillars
which is an architectural speciality. At the main gate of the temple complex are
built two beautifully sculpted elephants.