Maa Sati and story of Shaktipeethas.
In Hinduism, the divinity and power of a woman is considered the most creative force in the universe. Hindus across the world celebrate the power of the Goddess through many festivals such as Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Navratri. Shaktipeeth came into existence due to the power of Goddess. Shaktipeeths are very important in Indian spiritual history. In Navratri, nine forms of Maa Bhavani are worshiped and praising is performed. By the way, mother's power is present in every particle. The control of nature is established on the whole world by power and power is worshiped.
Mother Durga has been given a very important place in Hinduism. Also Durga is an extremely powerful goddess in mythology. The Puranas have a very special significance in Hinduism. Maa Durga removes all the troubles and destroys evil forces. No devotee goes empty-handed from the court of the mother. The mother fulfills all their wishes, who worships the mother with true heart and full devotion. Describing the power of Mother Durga and her kindness is impossible . Mother's Shakti Peethas are described very well in the Puranas. Mother's Navratri is the main festival of Hinduism, which all devotees eagerly waiting and worship Maa Durga in the Navratri. Navratri is going to come in India and with this, mother's cheers will resonate everywhere. The nine different forms of mother are worshiped in the Navratras of Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over India. In such a situation, there is a very grand view on the Shaktipeeth of the mother Durga and all of the devotees of the mother are gather in Shaktipeeth. The glory of all these Shaktipeeths in the Puranas is immense and these Shaktipeeths are spread all over the Indian subcontinent. This Shaktipeeth remains where the Goddess Sati's body part, clothes and jewelry fell.
Different things have been said in the texts about the location and number of Shaktipeeths. The Kalika Purana mentions the number of Shaktipeeths as 26. The number of Shakti Peethas are 51 according to the Shivacharitra. According to Tantra Chudamani, Markandeya Purana, Shakti Peetha is 51. 108 Shakti Peethas are mentioned in Devi Bhagwat and 72 in Devi Gita. India is a Hindu-dominated country. There are lakhs of pilgrimage and religious places in India. Many of these pilgrimage and religious places have been considered more important in Hinduism. Among them, 51 Shaktipeeth Temple is also included. Which is considered very important in Hinduism. Which is in different places in India.
So in this article, we will give you information about the 51 most famous Shaktipeeths in the subcontinent of India. So let's travel to the main Shaktipeeths of India, but before that we will know the story of Shaktipeeth.