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Tara Mahavidya 2023 - Forms, Rituals & Importance

Tara is in second place in Mahavidya. She is the chief of Tantrikas. Maharishi Vasistha first worshiped Tara.

There are three forms of Bhagwati Tara: –

  1. Tara
  2. Ekjata
  3. Neel Saraswati

Goddess Sati’s eyes fell in Tarapith, so this place is also called Nayan Tara. This bench is located in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. Therefore, this place is known as Tarapith. In this temple, a seeker named Vamakhepa meditated on the goddess Tara and attained perfection from her.

The need of guru in spiritual practice

  • It is best to wear a Guru for mantra practice.
  • The Guru controls and balances the energy arising out of spiritual practice, which leads to quick success in spiritual practice.
  • One should keep reciting the Guru Mantra regularly. If you are unable to sit and do it, then you can chant the mantra even while walking.
  • Wearing Rudraksha or Rudraksha Mala gives spiritual compatibility.
  • Rudraksha garland is easily available, you can chant from it only.
  • After chanting the Guru Mantra, you can always wear that garland. In this way, you will be connected to the energy of chanting the mantra and this Rudraksha Mala will work like a defense shield.

Spiritual practice without a teacher

  • Stotra and Sahasranama Sadhna can also be done without a Guru.
  • Mantras that have more than 108 characters can be practiced without a guru.
  • Shabar mantra and dream mantra can be chanted without a guru.
  • Before performing the Stotra and Sahasranama Sadhna in the absence of the Guru, one should recite the mantra of
  • Lord Shiva or Lord Shiva ie 1,25,000. Apart from this, regular recitation of Hanuman Chalisa is also beneficial.

Precautions while performing the mantra

  • Keep the mantra and sadhana secret, do not beat the drums, do not unnecessarily talk about your spiritual practice.
  • Have great reverence for the Guru and the favored.
  • Keep Ethics Considerate Behavior Pure.
  • Do not talk nonsense and babble.
  • Do not be angry with anyone
  • Stay as silent as possible. If possible, only talk as much as is necessary.
  • Follow Brahmacharya. If married, you can have a relationship with your wife if it is very important in the spiritual period.
  • Do not insult a woman, even if she is a maid.
  • Do not beat the drum of chanting and meditation, keep it as confidential as possible.
  • Do not use mantras to hurt someone unnecessarily and for unethical actions.
  • When this happens, there is a transgressive outbreak that shows its wrong effect for seven generations.
  • Complications such as the birth of mentally or physically handicapped children, frequent miscarriages, lack of children, death at a young age, or severe poverty can be passed on to future generations.
  • Do not forget the practices like ghosts, ghosts, jinn, vampires, these practices may lead to immediate financial gains, but the seekers’ sadhanas or their body is weak and they have to face unlimited physical mental torture.
  • The seeker who performs such sadhanas eventually goes into the same vulva.
  • Never insult the guru and the deity.

Importance of direction, posture, clothing in mantra chanting

  • The river banks, Shiv Mandir, Devimandir, secluded rooms are considered to be the best for meditation.
  • The posture of black/red blankets in the posture is considered to be the best for all sadhanas.
  • While chanting different mantras, the direction, posture, and clothing are different.
  • It is beneficial to comply with them.
  • During chanting the emotion is most prominent, the more you chant with emotion, the more benefit will be there.
  • Even if the cloth is not according to the posture direction, even if the feeling is right, sadhanas only give fruits.
  • If you are unable to do spiritual practice as per the rules, then chant mantras as you can, but keep doing spiritual practices which will give you divine grace along with spiritual harmony.

There is another story about Tara Mata that she was the second daughter of King Daksha. Another temple of Tara Devi is located at Shoghi, about 13 km from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. This temple, dedicated to Goddess Tara, is built on Mount Tara. ‘Tara’, the goddess of Hinduism, is also important for Tibetan Buddhism.

Worshiping Tara Rupi Devi on the Navami Tithi of Chaitra month and Shukla Paksha is considered to be the best evidence for Tantra seekers. Whatever desire is desired by the seeker or devotee from the heart of mother, it is fulfilled immediately.

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