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Kalika ShaktiPeetha

Kalika ShaktiPeetha

Place: Attahas village (near Bardhaman), West Bengal, India Body part: Lips Shakti: Fullara Bhairava: Vishvesha

Place: Attahas village (near Bardhaman), West Bengal, India Body part: Lips Shakti: Fullara Bhairava: Vishvesha

PRADDYUMNAM, WEST BENGAL. http://18shaktipeetasofdevi.blogspot.ae/2011/04/18-shakti-peethas.html

PRADDYUMNAM, WEST BENGAL. http://18shaktipeetasofdevi.blogspot.ae/2011/04/18-shakti-peethas.html

Barghobhima Devi Mandir Shaktipeeth of Devi Sati is located in Medinipur District of West Bengal.

Barghobhima Devi Mandir Shaktipeeth of Devi Sati is located in Medinipur District of West Bengal.

Place: Ujjaini (near Haorah), West Bengal, India Body part: Right wrist Shakti: Mangal Chandika  Bhairava: Kapilambar

Place: Ujjaini (near Haorah), West Bengal, India Body part: Right wrist Shakti: Mangal Chandika Bhairava: Kapilambar

India (West Bengal)  The Hindu Goddess Chamunda  c. 1000-1100  Los Angeles County Museum of Art

India (West Bengal) The Hindu Goddess Chamunda c. 1000-1100 Los Angeles County Museum of Art

BOLPUR SANTINIKETAN:WEST BENGAL-Tarapith is one of the sacred places where the eye ball (Tara) of Sati fell. Tarapith is also famous for world known great saint Bama Khyapa. According to myth, near the burning ground in Tarapith the saint Bama Khyapa sat in meditation. Maa Tara appeared before him and gave him devine power. Sadhak Bama Khyapa acquired “Siddhi Lav”.

BOLPUR SANTINIKETAN:WEST BENGAL-Tarapith is one of the sacred places where the eye ball (Tara) of Sati fell. Tarapith is also famous for world known great saint Bama Khyapa. According to myth, near the burning ground in Tarapith the saint Bama Khyapa sat in meditation. Maa Tara appeared before him and gave him devine power. Sadhak Bama Khyapa acquired “Siddhi Lav”.

Barghobhima Devi Mandir  Shaktipeeth of Devi Sati is located in Medinipur District of West Bengal. It's about 90 K.m from Kolkata, and located on the banks of the Rupnarayan river close to bay of Bengal. It is believed that Mata Sati's left ANKLE fell here.

Barghobhima Devi Mandir Shaktipeeth of Devi Sati is located in Medinipur District of West Bengal. It's about 90 K.m from Kolkata, and located on the banks of the Rupnarayan river close to bay of Bengal. It is believed that Mata Sati's left ANKLE fell here.

The great religious texts like the Shiva Purana, the Kalika Purana, the Devi Bhagabat and the AstaShakti recognize four major Shakti Peethas (centers), like Bimala (Pada Khanda), Tara Tarini (Stana Khanda,Breasts)(Near Berhampur, Orissa), Kamakshi (Yoni khanda)(Near Gowhati, Assam) and Dakhina Kalika (Mukha khanda) (Kolkata, West Bengal) originated from the limbs of the Corpse of Mata Sati.

The great religious texts like the Shiva Purana, the Kalika Purana, the Devi Bhagabat and the AstaShakti recognize four major Shakti Peethas (centers), like Bimala (Pada Khanda), Tara Tarini (Stana Khanda,Breasts)(Near Berhampur, Orissa), Kamakshi (Yoni khanda)(Near Gowhati, Assam) and Dakhina Kalika (Mukha khanda) (Kolkata, West Bengal) originated from the limbs of the Corpse of Mata Sati.

Maa Sati's necklace fell here and the idols are Devi Maa as Nandini and Lord Shiva as Nandikishore Bhairav. It is located in earlier Nandipur village, which is now a part of Sainthia town, Birbhum district, West Bengal (220 K.m from Kolkata)

Maa Sati's necklace fell here and the idols are Devi Maa as Nandini and Lord Shiva as Nandikishore Bhairav. It is located in earlier Nandipur village, which is now a part of Sainthia town, Birbhum district, West Bengal (220 K.m from Kolkata)

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