Chintpurni Mata temple in Una of Himachal is one of the major 7 and a total of 51 Shakti Peethas. It is believed that Sati’s head fell at this place and is thus considered one of the most important of all the Shakti Peethas.
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Temples dedicated to Hindu goddesses Shakti, Durga Parvathi, , Kali, Lakshmi Saraswati and so on.
Bagalamukhi temple of Bankhandi or Vankhandi is located approx. 30 kms from Kangra and is near to both Jwalamukhi and Chintapurni temples.
Jwalamukhi Devi – goddess of flaming mouth. Resides in a beautiful vicinity of Kangra Valley, one of the 51 Shakti…
Chamunda Devi Temple of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh is among the most significant devi temples in India and a prominent Chamunda temple.
Vaishno Devi, Trikuta Devi, Vaishnavi, Mata Rani.. known by many names but prayed as Maa or Mata (mother). One of the holiest pilgrimage for Hindus, Vaishno Devi yatra attracts millions of devotees.
Karni Mata temple is a famous hindu temple of Rajasthan. Most popular as Rat Temple of India.. the eighth miracle of the world!
Tulja Bhavani Devi of Tuljapur.. the second in 51 Shakti Peethas. Mentioned in Skanda Purana, the temple was built in 12 century CE in Hemadpanti style of construction.
Yogeshwari Devi of Ambajogai is Marathwada’s own theertha kshetra. Named after Goddess Amba which is form of Devi Parvati, Ambajogai…
One of the 51 Shakti Peethas, Saptashrungi Devi temple is considered as one of the significant religious sites in Maharashtra. The temple is located at an altitude of 1230 meters above the sea level on the top of a series of seven hills called Saptshrung Gad near Vani (Nashik).
Goddess of Learning. Saraswathi Temple is less crowded marvel of Hampi. Ruined temple is standing silently with some carvings and many signs of past glory.