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Sheela Mata Shakti Mandir is built over the Madhi (Ancient Temple) of Sheela Mata. Here the local public and Agarwal families from all over India visit for the Mundan ceremony (Head Shaving) of their children and for seeking the blessings of the deity. Late Shri Tilakraj Agarwal was handed over the responsibility to get AGROHA redeveloped to its past glory by the Akhil Bartiya Agarwal Sammelan in 1976 Under the Name Of Agroha Vikas Trust He Built A Dharamshala Of 22 Rooms.
In the Year 1982 he decided to develop this old Madhi of Sheela Mata into a big temple as his personal contribution to the development of Agroha and started the work of Sheela Mata Shakti Mandir under the name of Agroha Vikas Sansthan.

Sheela Mata Mandir

Sheela Mata Shakti Mandir
This is a temple of Tri-Shakti which means "the three powers" and combined together refer to three Goddesses. The temple is constructed with red stone and it has been designed on the Rajasthani Architectural pattern.

Sheela Mata Mandir

Agroha and Maharaja Agrasen
Agroha was the prosperous kingdom of Maharaja Agrasen about 3000 BC. In time the residents spread to other parts of India carrying their GOTRA’s however they derived a common name Aggarwals i.e. AGROHA-WALE.