Bagalamukhi Temple

DONETION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BAGALAMUKHI TEMPLE & YOG ASHRAM

DIVYA YOGA ASHRAM


Divyayogaashram is planning to construct Maa Pitambara Devi Temple (also known as Mata Bagalamukhi) at near Vajreshwari. However, this dream of Guruji won't become a reality without the help of our people. Thus, we strongly look forward to your support in this visionary project. You can make the donation through Bank Transfer, PayTM & UPI.


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दिव्य योग आश्रम की तरफ से मुंबई के पास वज्रेश्वरी के निकट माता बगलामुखी जिसे हम माता पीताम्बरा के नाम से भी जानते है, इस मंदिर के निर्माण मे आपके सहयोग की आवश्यकता है. आप अपना सहयोग पेटीएम, बैंक ट्रांसफर, यूपीआई से कर सकते है

Gaj lakshmi diksha

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Gaja-Lakshmi or "Elephant Lakshmi," who was given birth to out of the churning of the sea - the enchanted...
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Gaja-Lakshmi Diksha

Beneficial for wealth, good health, fulfill desire

About Gaj Lakshmi

Gaja-Lakshmi or "Elephant Lakshmi," who was given birth to out of the churning of the sea - the enchanted Samudra Manthan of Hindu mythology, is the daughter of the sea. Myths contain it that Gaja-Lakshmi assisted Lord (bhagawan) Indra regain his misplaced wealth from the deepness of the sea. This type of Mata Lakshmi is the bestower and protector of wealth, prosperity, grace, profusion and royalty. Gaja-Lakshmi is depicted as a fantastic mata flanked by two elephants bathing her with water pots as she sits on a lotus 4-armed, carrying pink clothes, and holding two lotuses, the opposite two arms being in abhaya and varada mudra.

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