Virat Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s toes of the left foot fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Ambika (the goddess of power) and Lord Shiva as Amriteshwar(nectar of immortality). Location Virat Shakthi Peeth is located near Bharatpur in Rajastan. Bharatpur is also known as “Lohagarh” and theRead More →

Guhyeshwari Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s knees fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Mahamaya or Mahashira and Lord Shiva as Kapali. Guhyeshwari in derived from the Sanskrit word Guhya (secret) and Ishwari (goddess). Read More →

Bahula Devi Shakthi Peeth is the place where Sati’s left hand fell. Sati is worshipped as Bahula Devi (Bahula means Abundant) and Lord Shiva as Bhiruk or sarvasiddhidayak.Read More →

Bimala Khanda Shakthi Peeth is one of the important Adi Shakthi Peeth as mentioned in Shiva Purana, Kali Purana and Devi Bhagwath. This is the place where Devi Sati’s feet fell.Read More →

Chamundeshwari Devi temple is one of the Ashta Dasha Shakthi Peethas, also known as Maha Shakthi Peetha. At the temple, Devi Sati’s hair had fallen. Here Devi Sati is worshipped as Chamundeshwari. Read More →

Shakthi peethas are places where the limb or an ornament of Sati had fallen. These places are the famous centers of Shakti worship. In fact Shakthi peethas are the places where the adoration of the goddess as Shakti of Siva is carried out.Read More →

Introduction Jwalamukhi temple is the shakthi peet where the tongue of Sati (Devi) fell. The temple is located in the town of Jwalamukhi, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. Here Devi is worshipped as Ambika and Lord Shiva as Unmatta. Devi Jwalamukhi is also referred to as “Goddess of Light”. Location Jwalamukhi temple is located 34Read More →

Introduction Kamakhya Shakti Peeta is considered as one of the powerful Shakti Peetas. It is one of the important seven Shakti Peetas as mentioned in Kalika Purana. Here the Yoni/Maha Mudra or the genital organ of the Devi has fallen. Devi is worshipped by several names such as Kamakhya, KamagiriRead More →

Shakti Peethas are places where a limb or an ornament of Sati had fallen. These places are the famous centers of Shakti worship. In fact Shakti Peethas are places where adoration of the goddess as Shakti of Siva is carried out.Read More →

Karota Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s left anklet (ornament) fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Aparna or Arpana (one who ate nothing) and Lord Shiva as Bairabha (destroyer of fear).Read More →

Bhairav Parvat is an important Shakthi Peeta. Here Devi Durga is worshipped as Maa Avantika and Lord Shiva is worshipped as Lambkarna. Sati’s upper lips fell here.Read More →

Chandranath Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s right arm fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Bhawani and Lord Shiva as Chandrashekar (the one who has the moon as the crown).Read More →

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).Read More →

Biraja or Viraja Temple is one of the important Maha Shakthi Peetas. Here the main idol Durga Devi is worshipped as Girija (Viraja) and Lord Shiva as Jagannath. Sati’s navel fell here. Adi Sankara describes the goddess as Girija in his Ashtadasha shakti peetha stuti. Read More →