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The Baglamukhi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Baglamukhi

Baglamukhi is revered as the eighth Mahavidya, representing the power of stambhana (stopping) and pratishthana (establishment). Devotees believe that she has the power to paralyze the enemies. The temple attracts devotees seeking blessings for protection, victory over enemies, and control over speech. It is a significant pilgrimage site for followers of the Baglamukhi sect within Hinduism.

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Embark on a spiritual pilgrimage to the revered Bagalamukhi Temple through Discover ancient legends and immerse yourself in the divine aura of the goddess as you explore this sacred site, nestled amidst the serene surroundings. Let be your guide in organizing an unforgettable journey filled with blessings and spiritual enlightenment.

Maa Pitambara Baglamukhi

"Golden Goddess: Exploring the Iconography of Bagalamukhi Mata According to Tantrasara

According to the iconography as mentioned in the Tantrasara, Bagulamukhi mata is depicted sitting over a golden throne amidst the ocean in a beautiful altar.

She has a yellowish complexion which looks like gold, draped in yellow saree and golden ornaments; She is seen adorning a garland of yellow flowers. 

Exterior view of the Baglamukhi Temple in India, a sacred site dedicated to the revered goddess Baglamukhi, known for her protective powers and divine grace
"A serene silhouette of a temple against the backdrop of a stunning sunset in India, showcasing the tranquil beauty and spiritual essence of this sacred place

"Bagalamukhi: The Savior of Creation - A Tale from the Satya Yuga"

  • Legend says that in the Satya Yuga a great storm started destroying Creation. God Vishnu was disturbed and performed austerities to appease the goddess Sati on shore of Haridra Sarovar, the lake of turmeric. Pleased with Vishnu, the goddess appeared and brought forth her manifestation Bagalamukhi from the lake. Bagalamukhi calmed the storm, restoring order in the universe.

Bagalamukhi or Bagala is one amongst the 10 Mahavidyas (great knowledge goddesses), a group of ten Tantrik deities in Hinduism. Bagalamukhi Devi smashes the devotee’s misconceptions and delusions (or the devotee’s enemies) together with her cudgel. She is commonly called Pitambara Maa in North India, the goddess associated with yellow color or golden color. Bagalamukhi Devi is one amongst the 10 Hindu Goddesses of power.

Bagalamukhi means “The Crane-Headed One”. She rides on Bagula bird, which is associated with concentration, a pearl of great wisdom. The temple of Bagalamukhi is found at the doorway of Kotla Fort close to Kangra. It’s believed that the worship of Bagalamukhi not solely diminishes the ability of the enemies, however makes them helpless too. Yellow being the primary color, you can see that the temple is painted in yellow, attire for devotees is yellow and even prasad (Besan ladoo) is yellow colored. Lord Bhairava and Lord Hanuman idols are placed at the door of the main shrine of the goddess as Dwarapalas (Protectors). Akhand Jyoti (non-ending flame) is burning eternally here. The temple is said to be built during Pandavas timeline, which means very ancient. Baglamukhi is loved and worshipped for power, victory, protection from cuts, scars, operations and accidents and dominance over enemies. Her worship is additionally effective in keeping off evil persons, spirits and Yakshani. It is often said that great personalities from all round the country and even abroad such as Japan, USA visit Maa Baglamukhi Temple to seek blessings of the Lord before going for any auspicious occasion or after becoming successful in their work.

Expounding the great power of the Goddess Baglamukhi the text Mantra Maharnnav states -“The Mantra of the Goddess has the power of the divine weapon Brahmastra instilled in it and the Goddess simply strikes terror in and paralyzes the enemies of her Sadhaks. Repetition of her Mantra is enough to stop even a tempest.”

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