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Maa Shravan Devi temple established on the fall of mother Sati, know the mythological significance of this Siddha Peeth

Maa Shravan Devi temple established on the fall of mother Sati, know the mythological significance of this Siddha Peeth

Adarsh ​​Tripathi, Hardoi | Edited by: Ashish Kumar Mishra

Aug 09, 2022 | 8:33 PM

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Siddha Shakti Peetha Maa Shravan Devi's place in Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh is full of amazing powers. According to the Devi Purana, Mother's ear fell here. The priest of the temple, Suresh Tiwari, said that it is described in the Devi Purana that King Daksha Prajapati performed a big yajna, in which he had called upon all the Gods and Goddesses including Brahma, Vishnu, but Lord Shankar in this yajna Was not invited.

Seeing this insult to Lord Shiva, Sati jumped into the huge havan kund of the yagna and gave up her life. When Lord Shiva came to know about this, after destroying the yajna in a great form, he started traveling all over the world with Karun Krun Krun Kandan. On this great shoulder of Shiva, the gods called Brahma and Vishnu after seeing the half -burn body and scary form of mother Sati. Vishnu had cut several pieces of Sati's body with his Sudarshan Chakra.

Where the parts of Sati have fallen on the earth, Siddha Shaktipeeth has been established. According to the Devi Purana, the Karna part of Goddess Mata Sati fell at this place of Hardoi, which is known as Mata Shravan Devi. The idol of Mata Shravan Devi is Pashan Panchamukhi. This idol has not been constructed by any artisan. This is the second Panchmukhi stone statue after the court of Vaishno Mata. Visiting and worshiping the mother brings punch pleasures and also calm the panchamabhuta. Is. Therefore, by worshiping the mother, a person gets the benefit of Riddhi-Siddhi, happiness and peace, health, learning. There is also a description of 108 Shaktipeeths in Goddess Bhagwat, in which this Shaktipeeth is also mentioned. Mata's supreme devotee Ram Prakash Shukla said that this idol was found under a peepal tree.

In 1980 AD, the treasurer Seth Nomia had renovated this Siddha Shaktipeeth as per her order after seeing the goddess in the dream. By the way, devotees continue to visit this temple throughout the year, but a huge fair of Goddess is held in Ashada month. A grand yajna is organized in a huge yagyashala located just in front of the idol of the temple from Anadikal. Sandalwood is run on sandalwood until the fire is produced. The fire of Yagyashala is ignited with the same unique fire, which people come from abroad not only to see. On Navratri, there is a Shatchandi Mahayagya here.

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