God Photos: Bhula Shakti Peeth, West Bengal

Monday, October 17, 2016

Bhula Shakti Peeth, West Bengal

Shakti Peeth Bahula is also one of the famous pilgrimages that is laid down near the bank of Ajay river.

Shakti Peethas is situated at Bhardhaman district near Katwa in West Bengal, India. The holy place is dedicated to a divine power “Goddess Durga”, who is worshipped by a large number of Hindu devotees. It is believed that Devi Sati’s ‘Left Arm’ fell here.
According to the Hindu mythology, it is whispered that Devi Sati’s “Left Arm” fell here. The main idols of this legendary divine place are Devi as “Bahula” (lavish) and Lord Shiva as “Bhiruk” (sarvasiddhidayak), worshipped here. The holy place is dedicated to Maa Durga and Lord Shiva.
:Shakti Peeth Bahula is really famous among the people of the nation just due to the fact that the left arm of the goddess has fallen down in this particular place. The idol of Devi is known as Bahula and Lord Shiva is designated as Bhiruk. The word Bahula would mean abundant where as Biruk means a personality who is also known as Sarvasiddhidayaka.

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