Bagalamukhi Temple

DONETION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BAGALAMUKHI TEMPLE & YOG 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.


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

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ICICI BANK. AC NO- 002801019934. AC NAME- S D ASHRAM CHARITABLE TRUST

BRANCH- BHAYANDER WEST

IFSC CODE- ICIC0000028

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UPI- [email protected] . Paytm- 7710812329

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Amba Haldi is native to the jap Himalayan region and is cultivated in India for its use in medicine. It's apparently a seasonal plant and is simply obtainable throughout the monsoon season unless it is cultivated...
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Amba Haldi

(White Turmeric, Mango Ginger, Curcuma Aromatica)

Amba Haldi is native to the jap Himalayan region and is cultivated in India for its use in medicine. It's apparently a seasonal plant and is simply obtainable throughout the monsoon season unless it is cultivated. It accommodates curcumin, vitamin A, protein, fatty acids, minerals and carbohydrates and has anti-inflammatory properties as well as robust antibiotic ones. It's used for the skin primarily in India and Pakistan, and to assist do away with throat infections and nasal and trachiobronchial congestion. It is supposed to smell like mango and is a detailed relative of the ginger root. Actually it's difficult to inform ginger root and amba Haldi aside, but amba Haldi is a much less vibrant root. Apparently it looks similar to the ginger plant above ground.

Weight250 g