INTRODUCTION Nava Veeras are the nine great soldiers and the brave divine attendants of Lord Muruga. They were born from Nava Shakthis, who were born out of the powers of Mata Parvati. They are also considered as an incarnation of Mata Parvati. The sons of Navashakthis are known as Nava Veerar’s.Read More →

The Parvati Peeth located in the Holy cave of Amarnath is one of the important Shakthi Peethas. Sati Devi’s throat fell here. Sati is worshipped as Mahamaya (the Great Illusion) and Lord Shiva as Trisandhyeshwar. At this Shakthi Peeth, Devi’s ornaments and body part is worshipped.Read More →

There are 51 Shakthi peetas. However other than the 51 Shakti peetas, there are 18 Shakthi peetas also referred to as Ashtadasha Shakthi peetas. There is a reference about these Ashtadasha Shakti peetas in a shlok composed by Sri Adi Sankaracharya Read More →

Godavaritir or Sarvashail Shakthi Peeth is the place where Sati’s Left Cheek fell. Devi Sati is worshipped as Maa Vishweshwari or Vishweshi or Rakini or Viswamatuka (the mother of whole world/universe) and Lord Shiva as Vatsnabh or Dandapani(one who holds a staff).Read More →

Panch Sagar Shakthi Peeth is the place where Devi Sati’s lower teeth fell. Here Devi is worshipped as Maa Varahi and Lord Shiva as Maharudra (The Angry One.)Read More →