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Worship Mata Bagalamukhi the Fiery Protector of Your Soul

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 Mata Bagalamukhi

Worship Mata Bagalamukhi the Fiery Protector of Your Soul

Worship Mata Bagalamukhi:  The Goddess Bagalamukhi is associated with the Dus Mahavidya, and she is the eighth of the Dus Mahavidya.

The mother Bagalamukhi is the protector of her devotee, and anyone tries to harm the devotee is severely punished. The legend is once the earth was tormented by rain and every part was flooded and the whole of creation was at stake except the Saurashtra region.

Here everyone gathered and suddenly Mother Bagalamukhi emerged from the Haridra Sarovar and pleaded by the gods to calm down the storm. However, the worship of Dus mahavidya is related to the Tantrik cult of the Hindu religion.

It is believed that this part of Sadhana carries some inherent risk, and any deviation from the norms can do grave harm to the perpetrator.

It is, therefore, needs a proper Guru and great concentration and immense mental strength on the part of the worshiper. The practice of Tantra sadhana has flourished in and around the Kamakshaya Temple in Assam and is highly popular in Nepal. The practice of Tantra sadhana and practice of Dusmahavidya is associated with Kundalini yoga.

It is believed that the power of the super being resides near the naval part. The yog is to awaken the kundalini and to push it up to the level of the head. If someone can do it, he gets the power to control and focus this energy do impossible things. In modern terms, it is equivalent to unleashing the vacuum energy.

How to worship Bagalamukhi
It needs proper Guru to worship mother Bagalamukhi. But, there is a simple way, one can chant the Bagalamukhi mantra without any distraction, this simple procedure can help the devotee out of trouble.

The trouble is the devotee must do it without any distraction. Another aspect is to wear yellow clothes and worship facing east.

Festivals based on Bagalamukhi
The Shukla Asthami of the month of Vaisakh is the day when mother Bagalamukhi is born and this day is celebrated as the main festive day. And is known as Bagalamukhi Jayanti.

Benefits of Worshiping Bagalamukhi
The benefit of worshiping mother Bagalamukhi is to get her divine protection. She protects her devotees from all sorts of earthly troubles and enemity.

Regions where Bagalamukhi is worshiped
The main temple is the Pitambara Peeth in M.P, the other important temples are in Kamakhya complex, Malkhed in M.P, in Bankhandi in Himachal Pradesh, and there is another in Tamilnadu.

Bagalamukhi Puja gives the sadhak self knowledge along with immense strength and power to lead a right path in his life and receive divine blessings. Also check out our online shop for brass items.

Shri Krishna Janmashtami Birthday of Lord Krishna

Krishna Janmashtami

Shri Krishna Janmashtami Birthday of Lord Krishna

Free Your Soul To Meet The Eternity Worship Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna is the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu and the central character of the epic Mahabharata. His maternal uncle imprisoned her sister and killed her seven babies as the eighth one will be his destructor; however the king failed to kill the eighth baby as he was smuggled out of the prison and that baby was Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is portrayed as the greatest diplomat and the omnipotent power. He narrated the Gita the revered text of the Hindu religion. The Gita is a depiction of Lord Krishna’s power and it also narrates the Hindi concept of life and death. The cult of Vaishnavism spread through the whole of India and in modern times the bhakti-movement has gained strength and made a global impact.

Reason for worshiping Lord Krishna

The Krishna is the reincarnation of Vishnu, he who preserves and nurtures creation. He is the model of love and devotion. By worshipping lord Krishna releases the soul from further reincarnation and it is absolved from further torments. The free soul then gets enshrined in the universal soul.

How to worship Lord Krishna

Lord Krishna is worshipped in two forms. In one form, the deity is a kid and called Balagovinda. In this form, the deity of lord Krishna is normally a metal idol. The ritual starts with bathing the metal idol in pure and clean water, drying and dressing up the idol. The tulsi leaf with sandalwood paste is offered and fruits and laddoos are offered; incense sticks and dias or oil lamps are a must. The items for pujas are same. The devotional songs are a part and parcel of Krishna worship and bhajans are an essential part of the pujas in the evening. The households where Balgovinda form is worshipped, the lord is worshipped in the morning in the midday and in the evening

Festivals of Lord Krishna

The main festival of Lord Krishna is the Janmashtami and is celebrated all over India. The Mathura city was once in the central attraction as Mathura is lord’s births place. However, the Janmasthami festival is celebrated over the whole of India. Chanting hymns from the Gita and bhajans are part of the celebration. Incidentally, the bhakti movement has encouraged music in a great way. The bhajans of Mira is an example and Mira’s bhajan is also among the evening essentials.

Regions where the Lord Krishna is worshiped

The lord Krishna is worshiped whole of India and outside India also. A few famous Krishna Temples are : Krishna Jianma Bhoomi Mandir, Mathura; Banke Behari Mandir, Vrindavan; Dwarakadhish Temple Gujarat; GuruVayur Temple, Kerala; Srtnath Temple, Rajasthan; Udupi Sri Krtshna Temple, Karnataka and ISKCON temple at Mayapur West Bengal