History of Goddess Baglamukhi

Significance and History of Goddess Baglamukhi

About Maa Baglamukhi

Maa Baglamukhi is the 8th Goddess of the Dus Mahavidyas, and considered to be very powerful amongst the 10 Goddesses. The word Bagala is driven from the word Valga (meaning – to rein in/bridle) Mukhi (meaning the mouth) hence having the power to silence/paralyze the enemies. Maa Baglamukhi is also known as Pitambari Devi, because the Goddess is associated with Yellow/Golden color.

Significance of Maa Baglamukhi

  • Being strongly associated with the color yellow, all the temples of Maa Baglamukhi are painted in yellow. People who come to worship her also wear yellow clothes and even the prasad offered here is in yellow color.
  • She’s known as the The Goddess Who Paralyzes enemies, hence devotees worship her for defeating enemies.
  • The rituals also help in Legal matters and ongoing court cases be it for, Divorce, Property Dispute, Child Custody or any other related legal issue.

List of Baglamukhi Temples in India

Baglamukhi Temple in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh

Shri Pitambara Shaktipeeth Temple, Datia Madhya Pradesh

Baglamukhi Temple in Guwahati, Assam near Kamakhya Temple

Baglamukhi Temple in Nalkheda at Agar Malwa district in Madhya Pradesh

Shree Raajraajeshwari Ma Pitambara Bagalamukhi Temple Vadodara

Baglamukhi Temple in Kanchipuram district in Tamil Nadu

Baglamukhi Temple in Tirunelveli district in Tamil Nadu

Baglamukhi Temple in Raichur district in North Karnataka

Baglamukhi Temple in Virupaskhi, Kolar district in Karnataka

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