Adivarah Temple / आदिवराह मन्दिर
- One of them has a black deity of Varah (Krishna Varaha) and
- The other has a white deity of Varaha (Shvet Varaha).
During the period of Swayambhuva Manu in Brahmakalpa, Krishna Varaha manifested from the nostril of Brahma in a four legged, boar form. He kept the Earth on His tusk and brought her up from Rasatala, the nether region.
During the reign of Chakshus Manu, Shvet Varaha manifested from the ocean. His face was like that of a boar and the lower portion of His body was human-like. He is also called Nar varaha (nar meaning "human"). He killed Hiranyaksha and delivered the Earth.
At the beginning of Satya Yug, there was a brahmana sage named Kapil, who was a worshipper of Adi varaha. Indra, the king of the demigods, pleased that brahmana and then brought the deity of Varaha to the heavenly planets, where he installed Him for worship. Having defeated Indra, the mighty Ravana seized that Varaha deity from Swarga and established Him in Lanka. After killing the impersonalist Ravana, Shri Ram brought that same deity to Ayodhya and installed Varahadev in the palace. When Maharaja Shatrughna was leaving Ayodhya to kill Lavanasur, he asked his elder brother Ram for the deity.Shatrughna carried the deity with him and, after killing Lavanasur, established Him in the city of Mathura, where one can take darshan of Him even today.
Temples Of Mathura
Bhuteshwar Mahadev · Dirgha Vishnu Temple · Dwarkadhish Temple · Gatashram Temple · Krishn Janm Bhumi · Gokarneshwar Mahadev · Gaudiya Matha Shri Keshavji · Kankali Devi Temple · Mahavidya Temple · Mathura Devi Temple · Pipaleshwar Mahadev · Padmanabhji Temple · Rangeshwar Mahadev · Adivarah Temple