Take a drive to MDR-100(major district road) main palsana road, one of the most sought after destination in khatushyam ji. Coming up here is BARBRIKA "The Blessing Homes" which offer a fascinating life style amidst a lush green pollutuion free environment. The project is a leady mix of small and big size cottages. The project offer and ambience to live in complete harmoney with nature. The township is enrich with farmlands along with residential plots and cottages for our esteemed customers and devotees of khatu shyam Ji.
In Hinduism, KhatuShyam is a name and manifestation of Barbarik, son of Ghatotkacha grandson of Bhima. This manifestation is especially popular in the Indian state of Rajasthan and Haryana. The original Sanskrit name Barbarika is often replaced in Rajasthan by the Hindi version, Barbarik, often written as Barbareek.
Barbarika had obtained a boon from Krishna to the effect that he would be known by Krishna's own name (Shyam) in the Kaliyuga era (presently ongoing) and worshiped. Krishna had declared that Barbarika's devotees would be blessed just by pronouncing his name from the bottom of their hearts. Their wishes would be granted and troubles removed if they worship Shyamji (Barbarika) with a true piety.
Barbarika: Khatushyam's childhood name was Barbarika. His mother and relatives used to call him by this name before the name Shyam was given by Krishna.
Kamrunag: He is also known as Kamrunag, God of Rain. His temple is located at kamru mountain at Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh.
Maurvinandan: Barbarika was the son of Mother Maurvi and nandan means son so he is called Maurvinandan.
Sheesh Ke Daani: Literally: "Donor of Head"; As per the legend related above.
Haare Ka Sahara: Literally: "Support of the defeated"; Upon his mother's advise, Barbarika resolved to support whoever has less power and is losing. Hence he is known by this name.
Teen Baan Dhaari: Literally: "Bearer of three arrows"; Reference is to the three infallible arrows that he received as boon from God Shiva. These arrows were sufficient to destroy the whole world. The title written below these three arrows is Maam Sevyam Parajitah.
Lakha-datari: Literally: "The Munificent Giver"; One who never hesitates to give his devotees whatever they need and ask for.
Leela ke Aswaar: Literally: "Rider of Leela"; Being the name of his blue-coloured horse. Many call it Neela Ghoda or "blue horse."
Khatu Naresh: Literally: "The King of Khatu"; One who rules Khatu and the whole universe.
Kalyug ke Avtaar: Literally: "The God of Kaliyug"; As per Krishna he will be the God who will save good people in the era of Kalyug.
Shyam Pyarey: Literally: "The God who love all and all love to him, the spiritual relation between bhakt and bhagwan called nishkaam pyaar/prem "
Baliya Dev: Literally: " Dev with super power ; newly born children are blessed in the temple located in Vasna, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Morechadidharak: Literally:"The bearer of stick made of peacock feathers"