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Kanyakumari Shakti Peeth, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India: The Shaktism

Kanyakumari Shakti Peeth, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India: The Shaktism

Kanyakumari Shakti Peeth, Tamil Nadu

Kanyakumari Shakti peeth is considered one of the 51 Shaktipeeths famous in Hinduism. This Shaktipeeth is situated in Tamil Nadu at the confluence of three seas, the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

Based on the Puranas in Hinduism, wherever the body parts or ornaments of the goddess Sati fell, there they became Shaktipeeth. These Shakti peeths are called very holy shrines, that are spread everywhere in the Indian subcontinent. These Shaktipeeths are very important from a religious point of view. Devipurana describes 51 Shaktipeeths.

Kanyakumari Shakti peeth Significance

There is a temple of Bhadrakali within the temple of Kanyakumari located at the confluence of three seas. She is the friend of Kumari Devi. This temple is the Shaktipeeth, where the backdrop of the body of the Goddess had fallen.

The powers here are Sharvani or Narayani and Bhairava Nimish or Sthapma . Kanyakumari is an island and the last southern border of India, about which it is stated that the bathing man is free of all sins

Other shrines

To the south of the Devi temple is Matritirtha, Pitrithirtha, Bhimathirtha. A little farther to the west is the Sthamsha Tirtha. Kanyakashram Temple is on the beach. There is the bathing ghat, where the temple of Ganesha is. It is believed that after bathing, after seeing Ganesha, then there is a grand and beautiful Deity of Kanyakumari.

The temple has many Deities. A little away from the temple is Pushkarni. There is a quaint baoli on the seashore, whose water is sweet. It is known as Mandook Tirtha. Travelers also bathe in it. A little further away in the sea is Vivekananda Shila, where there is a statue of Swami Vivekananda. It's stated that Swamiji used to sit here and meditate.

Kanyakumari Shaktipeeth Mythology

Kanyakumari Shaktipeeth is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths. Based on religious texts, parts of Goddess Sati fell at all these places. Based on the legend, a yajna was organized by King Daksha, father-in-law of Lord Shiva, in which King Daksha did not send invitations to Lord Shiva and Mother Sati, as a result of King Daksha didn't consider Lord Shiva as his equal. Mom Sati found it very bad. She reached the yagna without calling.

There was a lot of insult to Lord Shiva on the place of sacrifice, which Mata Sati could not tolerate, and she fell into the Havan Kund there. Lord Shankar came to know about this, after which he reached there and took out the body of Mata Sati from Havan Kund and started doing Tandava, which caused upheaval in your entire universe. To save the entire universe from this crisis, Lord Vishnu divided the body of Mata Sati into 51 parts from his Sudarshan Chakra, the organ where it fell became the Shakti Peetha.

In the Kanyakumari Shaktipeeth, the "back of the body" (back) of Mother Sati fell. Here Mata Sati is known as ‘Shravani’ and Lord Shiva as ‘Nimish’.
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