There are many Shaktipeeths associated with Mata Sati in Bihar, different beliefs are related to most

There are many Shaktipeeths associated with Mata Sati in Bihar, different beliefs are related to most

Today is the ninth day of Navratri. Durga Puja will be completed with Dussehra on Wednesday. During this, there was an influx of people in temples and puja pandals to worship the mother. Especially in the Shaktipeeths of Mother.

There are many famous Maa Durga Shaktipeeth temples in Bihar and they all have different beliefs. According to Durga Saptashati, when Mother Sati gave up her life in the Havan Kund, Lord Shiva began to perform Tandav carrying Sati's body on her shoulder. To prevent Lord Shiva from doing this, Lord Vishnu cut Goddess Sati into many pieces by running a wheel. The places where the parts and ornaments of Mother Sati fell are called Shaktipeeths. Some parts and ornaments of Mata Sati are also in Bihar.

Badi and Chhoti Patnadevi (Patna)

First of all talk about Patna, the capital of Bihar. Badi Patna Devi Shaktipeeth is situated in Maharajganj of Patna. It is believed that the right thigh fell from the body of Sati at this place. There is a small Patna Devi Shaktipeeth in the Hajiganj area of ​​Patna itself. It is believed that the tail and clothes of Goddess Sati had fallen here.

Maa Sheetla Temple (Nalanda)

There is an ancient Sheetla temple Shaktipeeth in Maghra village on the west Ekangarsarai path from Bihar Sharif. Here the bracelet had fallen from Sati's hand.

Maa Mangala Gauri Temple (Gaya)

On the Gaya-Bodh Gaya road, there is Bhasmakut mountain, where Maa Mangala Gauri Shaktipeeth is situated. It is believed that the breast of Goddess Sati fell here.

Chamunda Temple (Nawada)

There is Chamunda Shaktipeeth in Rupau village on the Nawada-Roh-Kauakol road. It is said that the head of Goddess Sati fell here.

Maa Chandika Place (Munger)

The temple of Goddess Chandika Devi on the banks of the Ganges in Munger has the status of Shaktipeeth. It is said that the right eye of Mother Sati fell here.

Ugratara Place (Saharsa)

Ugratara Shaktipeeth is located in Mahishi, 17 km from Saharsa. It is believed that the left eye of Goddess Sati had fallen here.

Dhimeshwar Place (Purnia)

There is a temple of Chinnamasta Devi in ​​Dheemeswar place of Banmankhi block of Purnia. It is one of the Shaktipeeths.

Ambika Bhavani (Saran)

Ambika Bhavani temple situated at Aami on Chhapra-Patna main road is considered Shaktipeeth.

Mother Tarachandi (Rohtas)

In the cave of Kaimur hill, about six km from Sasaram is the Maa Tarachandi temple, which is considered one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of the country.

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