Explore these ideas and more!

Explore related topics

Renuka

Renuka

Janasthan Shakti Peeta is one of the most famous Shakthi Peetas.  Sati’s chin fell here. Devi is worshipped as Bhramari or Chibuka (meaning Chin) and Lord Shiva as Vriktaksh/Vikrakatakkha (one with crooked eyes) or Sarvasiddhish (one who grants all wishes). Here Devi is worshipped as Maa Saptashringi, as there are seven peaks (Sapta Shrunga) around the Devi. Brahmari Devi Shakthi Peeta is also known as Janasthan Shakti Peeta.

Saptashrungi Devi is Durga Devi, at Vani, Nashik, Maharashtra -one of the 51 shakti peeth of India and Pakistan

SHAKTHI PEETAS  Shakti (Sanskrit pronunciation: [ˈʃʌktɪ]) (Devanagari: शक्ति; from Sanskrit shak, "to be able"), meaning "Power" or "empowerment," is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism. Shakti is the concept, or personification, of divine feminine creative power, sometimes referred to as 'The Great Divine Mother' in Hinduism.

GODDESS BHAVANI: In Hindu mythology, Goddess Bhavani is considered to be the violent incarnation of Goddess Shakti or Devi.

Shakthi Peeta, Manikyamba, Draksharama where The Goddess's   LeftCheek fell

Draksharama Devi’s Left Cheek Shakthi Peeta

Shakthi Peeta, Manikyamba, Draksharama where The Goddess's LeftCheek fell

-

Goddesses, Spiritual, Fairies

Tridevi (Mallik1962) Tags: chamundi shakthi hindugodess durgakali rageswari lilathahindugodessdurgakalishakthichamundirageswarililatha

Tridevi (Mallik1962) Tags: chamundi shakthi hindugodess durgakali rageswari lilathahindugodessdurgakalishakthichamundirageswarililatha

Durga_3 (Mallik1962) Tags: chamundi shakthi hindugodess durgakali rageswari lilathahindugodessdurgakalishakthichamundirageswarililatha

Durga_3 (Mallik1962) Tags: chamundi shakthi hindugodess durgakali rageswari lilathahindugodessdurgakalishakthichamundirageswarililatha

.
SAPTA Matrikas ~ "The Seven Mothers" are a group of Hindu goddesses who are always depicted together.

SAPTA Matrikas ~ "The Seven Mothers" are a group of Hindu goddesses who are always depicted together.

Karavipur Shakti Peeth-http://hindumythologybynarin.blogspot.ae/2013/05/hinglaj-and-mahishamardini.html

Hinglaj and Mahishamardini Shivaharkaray (Karavipur ) Shakti Peetas

PURUHUTIKA DEVI, Pithapuram (Andhra Pradesh)  Pithapuram is formerly called as Pithikapuram / Pushkara kshetram in Puranas and Tantras.  The temple of Puruhutika devi is located within the temple campus of Kukkuteswara swamy.

PURUHUTIKA DEVI, Pithapuram (Andhra Pradesh) Pithapuram is formerly called as Pithikapuram / Pushkara kshetram in Puranas and Tantras. The temple of Puruhutika devi is located within the temple campus of Kukkuteswara swamy.

Sonamukhi is named after local deity Swarnamukhi Devi, whose stone idol is still worshipped here. During the raids of the trusted general of General Suliamann Karrani – Kalapahar, the idol was damaged to some extent. However, it is said that during raids in Bengal by the Maratha Bargees, Maratha leader Bhaskar Pandit had worshiped this idol.

Brick Temple Towns of Bankura – Part III : Sonamukhi

Pinterest
Search