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Bhagalamukhi

Bhagalamukhi

Of all the Mahavidyas, Bagalamukhi is the one whose meaning is the most elusive. Her symbology varies widely, and its interpretation shows little consistency. The opinions of one informant often bear little relation to those of another, and even while making...

Kali

Kali

This Maha Vidya is known as the first and foremost one in Dasa Maha Vidya Devis. She has dark complexion and yet brightly radiating very powerful Divine aura.In the Vydic Month of “Aswayuja masa” (that is around September-October period) close to Saran Navarathi time,...

Dasara

Dasara

Significance Of Saran Navarathri And Benefits Of The Special Yagyas During This Period Navrathri is a festival dedicated to Worshipping the Goddess. Apart from the 9 given forms of the Divine Mother, some Sadhakas (Aspirants) also propitiate 10 special forms known as...

Significance of  Vara Maha Lakshmi Pooja

Significance of Vara Maha Lakshmi Pooja

  Sri Vara Maha Lakshmi literally means, boon granting a form of the Goddess of Wealth & Prosperity. Sri Vara Mahalakshmi Vrata or Pooja is one of the prominent and important Hindu festivals. It’s primarily celebrated in the South States of India, like Andhra...

THE STORY OF KARKATEE – THE GIANT RAAKSHASI

THE STORY OF KARKATEE – THE GIANT RAAKSHASI

THE STORY OF KARKATEE - THE GIANT RAAKSHASI (The Demon) STORIES FROM VAASISHTA RAAMAAYANAM OF VAALMIKI MAHARSHI -By Narayana Lakshmi INTRODUCTION This is the story of a demoness who was brainless, animal-like and cruel. When performing penance to satiate her basic...

Ratha Saptami

Ratha Saptami

Importance of Ratha Sapthami Ratha Sapthami is an auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus and it is dedicated to Lord Suryanarayana. It is during this time that Surya/Sun moves from the southeast to the northeast. We worship Lord Surya for better health and...

Dasa Maha vidya in astrology

Dasa Maha vidya in astrology

The Dasa Mahavidya Yagya Worship also a remedial measure for Nine Planetary positions. Yagya of each individual Shakti Powers mitigate the problem caused by the individual Retrograde or malefic planets in once Horoscope. various Shakti powers as per the planets are...

Kamalatmika Mahavidya

Kamalatmika Mahavidya

The series of ten Mahavidyas begins with Kali and ends with Kamalatmika. Both are aspects of the Divine Mother and are widely worshiped in their own right apart from the context of the Mahavidyas. Lakshmi is a very ancient form of the Divine Mother. In Vedic times she...

Significance of Devi Matangi in Dasa Maha Vidya Series.

Significance of Devi Matangi in Dasa Maha Vidya Series.

Divine Mother Devi Matangi holds the 9th significant position among the 10 Dasa Maha Vidya’s. She has dark complexion and yet is lavishly elegant and beauty with very refined beautiful features. Devi Matangi resembles Devi Sarasvati in appearance especially, the way...

Maha Vidya Homa for Sri Chinnamasta Devi

Maha Vidya Homa for Sri Chinnamasta Devi

Description & Benefits: Will gain victory over enemies, gain home, land and all past negative karmas from past births will be neutralized. Sri Chinnamasta Devi is also popularly known as 'Vajra Vairochani' or 'Prachanda Chandi Devi – The self-decapitated Goddess....

Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari

Mahavidya Goddess Bhuvaneswari

Dasa Maha Vidya Goddess  The fourth Mahavidya Godness is bhuvaneswari ,whose form closely resembles that of Tripurasundari. Even more than the goddess who is beautiful in the three worlds or transcends them, Bhuvaneswari is identified with the manifest world and our...

Goddess Dhumavati

Goddess Dhumavati

Goddess Dhumavati If Bhairavi represents overwhelming brilliance, Dhumavati personifies the dark side of life. We know from our own experience that life can be exhilarating, joyful, and pleasant—something we want to embrace and live to the fullest. But at other times...