Bagalamukhi Temple

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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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Mata Gandaki chandi puja

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Mata Gandaki chandi also referred to as Chandika is the presiding deity of the temple (mandir)...
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Mata Gandaki chandi puja for Aggressiveness

Beneficial for Mata Gandaki Chandi Puja - Aggressiveness, short temperateness.

About Mata Gandaki chandi.

Mata Gandaki chandi also referred to as Chandika is the presiding deity of the temple (mandir). The story of the origin of Chandika is as follows: Very long time in the past, the devil kings Shumbha and Nishumbha had captured the dominion of the god-king of heaven - Indra and thrown the gods from Swarga (heaven). After intense prayers (prarthana) by the gods, Devi parvati assumed the type of Gandaki chandi, an exceptionally lovely girl and surprised by her magnificence, Shumbha desired to marry her. On being refused, Shumbha despatched his devil chiefs Chanda and Munda to kill her. They have been killed by goddesss Chamunda who originated out of Chandika's anger. Shumbha and Nishumbha then collectively tried to kill Chandika however have been as a substitute slain by the mata. Thereafter, Chandika is claimed to have rested for a short time on the high of Neel Parvat and later a temple (mandir) was constructed right here to testify the legend. Additionally, the 2 peaks positioned within the mountain vary are known as Shumbha and Nishumbha.

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