The temple was built in 1444AD. According to the inscription inside the temple, village name was Badri, therefore, the idol is considered as BadriNath. The deity of Charbhuja Nath is considered to be miraculous.
The idol of Shri Charbhuja Ji is 85 centimeters high. The four arms of the idol hold conch, discus, mace and a lotus flowers. The discus and the mace symbolize dynamic power, energy and prowess. Some casts like Rajputs and the Gurjars hold a special reverence for this temple. Rajputs attribute a sword and shield as symbol of Rajput chivalry in every darshan.
The temple is made by mirrors, Lime mortars and Marble. The excellent work of the mirror is done in the original temple. The shutters of the inner temple are made of gold while outer shutters are made of silver. Garud ji is installed in the other courtyard. Stone elephants are placed on the both sides of the entrance. Temple is in the open space. The temple is visited by thousands of pilgrims.
Other Temple : 10 km away from Gadhbor, there is another temple of Vishnu named “Roop Narayan” or “Roopji” located in the village Sevntri. Seventri and Gadhbor is connected by motrable road.
जलझुलनी एकादशी पर गढबोर (चारभुजा) स्थित भगवान चारभुजानाथ मंदिर से 2 सितंबर सुबह 11 बजे से शाही लवाजमे के साथ परंपरानुसार सोने के बेवाण ठाठ बाट सरोसर स्नान के लिए पधारेंगे। एक दिवसीय इस मेले में एक लाख से ज्यादा श्रद्धालु शामिल होने से इसे लक्खी मेला भी कहा जाता है। मेले के औपचारिक उद्घाटन से दो दिन पहले से हजारों की तादाद में श्रद्धालु गढबोर में पहुंच गए हैं, जो ठाकुरजी के दर्शनों के साथ ही यहां आने वाले भक्तों की सेवा में जुटे हुए हैं।
Brief of the Diety:
Shri Charbhuja Ji or the four armed Lord who is none but Lord Vishnu himself.
Religious sect to which the temple belongs:
The Vaishnava sect all Hindus. Every day suitable and prescribed padas or compositions in classical ragas are sung. They are in accordance with festivals, Ceremonies, seasons and special occasions.
Architecture of the Temple:
The Temple has a high shikhar and highest shikhar is on the sanctrum sanctorum, the shrine of Charbhuja Nath Ji, In the middle of the Shikhar has an octagonal round tomb like shape. Adjacent to this are two other round shikhars. The original temple displays an excellent mirror work. The shutters of the inner temple are made of gold while outer shutters are made of silver. In the other courtyard is installed a status of garud ji. Nearly all two other shrines. At the entrance on either side is on elephant of stone. Around the temple are the open spaces.
Nath Ji, In the middle of the Shikhar has an octagonal round tomb like shape. Adjacent to this are two other round shikhars. The original temple displays an excellent mirror work. The shutters of the inner temple are made of gold while her shutters are made of silver. In the other courtyard is installed a status of garud ji. Nearly all two other shrines. At the entrance of other side is on elephant of stone. Around the temple are the open spaces.
Material of Construction:
Religious aspects of temple:
Shri Charbhuja ji is Lord Vishnu himself. The four arms hold conch, discus, mace and a lotus flowers. The discus and the mace symbolize dynamic power, energy and prowess. The Rajputs and the gurjars hold a special reverence for this temple.
Unique features of the temple:
The Temple is extremely charming. It has been conceived and built on a grand scale. Out of the four principal seats of faith (Chardham), Shri Charbhuja Ji is the principal above. It is a center of Vaishnava faith and devotion. This temple is said to be thousands of years old. Popular belief goes that Shri Charbhuja Ji has worshipped in Dwapar age also. For testing this miraculous status from the invaders, the idol was submerged in to water many a time. In every darshan (vewing time) a sword and shield are put up as symbols of Rajaput chivalry.
Festivals & Fairs in Temple:
Adhering to the Vaishnava traditions, various festivals on the already prescribed days of various months are held. On the 11th day of the brights half of Bhadrapada a big fair is held here.Similarily on Holi also the festivals of colours is celebrated. Other festivals are Navaratras, Janamashtami and Ramanavami. On Nights of Navaratras, Gharava dance and other cultural festivals and functions are held with real and gust.