Rivers Different Colors Devi’s Teeth Danteshwari Shakti Peeta


Dev’s teeth fell in Dantewada,Chattisgarh,India.

Situated in Dantewada, south-west of Jagdalpur, at the confluence of the holy rivers Shankini and Dhankini,both the rivers have different colors,this six hundred year old temple is one of the ancient heritage sites of India and is a representation of the religio-socio-cultural history of the Bastar region. Little is known about this shrine to much of India. The vast temple complex today is truly a standing monument to centuries of history and tradition. With its rich architectural and sculptural wealth and its vibrant festival traditions, Danteshwari Mai temple serves as the most important spiritual center for the people of this region

Gaya, Devi’s Breast Shakti Peeta.


How to reach.
Nearest Bus stand. Gaya, 3 to 5 km
Nearest Railway station. Gaya . 4 to 5 km
Nearest Airport is Bodhgaya Airport which is in 8 to 10 km distance.
Mangala Gauri temple is very nearer to Vishnupada temple .

Autos,Ttaxis available.

Mangalagauri is worshiped as the Goddess of Benevolence.

Flaming Devi Jwalamukhi Shakti Peeta


Here The Goddess called Jwalamukhi, Flamng Face,is with a Flaming Mouth.

“Jwalayam Vishnavi devi, Gaya Mangalya gourika //’ Ashtadasa Stotram Ad Shankaracharya.

The Emanating Flames are worshiped as the manifestations of the different forms of Goddess Jwala Maa.

The Nine flames are,

Maha Kali,

Annapurna,

Chandi,

Hinglaj,

Vindhyavasini,

Maha Lakshmi,

Maha Saraswati,

Maa Ambika and

Essentials Of Devi Srividya Upasana


What is Upasna?   ‘Upasana’ in Sanskrit literally means “Sitting near” but normally the term is used in Hinduism to denote a prescribed method for approaching a Deity or God or getting close to a deity/deities. In the Vedas, some Upasanas are prescribed whereby one meditates on the all-pervading Brahman as some aspect of creation,…… Continue reading Essentials Of Devi Srividya Upasana

Devi’s Vulva Kamakhya Devi Earth’s Menstrual Cycle


As I have stated in my earlier posts on the Forms of Shakti Worship and Introduction to Lalitha Sahasranama, the system of Tantric Worship is esoteric and needs a very strong mind divested of Sexual desire.

Entering into this field of Shakti worship without controlling of transcending Sexual urges might, would leave one mentally imbalanced.

Caution is to be exercised here.
Female Genital Organs are indicative of the primordial force and the Sound waves are also a part of this form of worship.

The Ultimate Reality is the conjunction of Male Semen ,Female Genital and they express themselves in Sound waves.

‘Nada Bindu Kalaadhi Namo Nama’ Tiruppugazh of Arunagirinathar,’You are the embodiment of Male Energy and sound waves’

I shall be posting, DV, a series of articles on the Tantric worship, as there are only a few articles available in a difficult form, where I Intend explaining from the Rathna traya of Bhaskararaya-Sowbhagaya Bhaskaram,Sethu Bandham and Varivasya Rahasyam.

Kamakhya devi shrine hosts the yoni of Sati that fell here following the destruction of Daksha’s sacrifice. This Shakti Peetha symbolizes the union of Shiva with Shakti, as described in the Kali Purana. They are depicted in constant union where Kamakhya is the Goddess of desire, who grants salvation. She is the young bride of Lord Shiva and together they symbolize the sublime reality of the miracle of life, the everlasting bliss of male/female union. This temple is situated atop a hill that overlooks the Brahmaputra river. The inner sanctum is a deep dark underground rocky chamber into which one descends by a flight of steep steps. The “Matra Yoni” which is inscribed on a rock is covered with silk sarees and is constantly moist by underground spring water.