Bagala Saparya Vidhi


  • Type: Book
  • Genre: Spiritual Books
  • Author: Srimat Swami Paramatmananda Nath Bhairab Giri
  • Publisher: Sadesh
  • ISBN: N/A
  • Book Edition: Softcover
  • Language: Bengali

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About Maa Bagala

Maa Bagala, also known as Bagalamukhi, is a Hindu goddess who is primarily worshipped in the Tantric traditions of Hinduism. She is considered to be the eighth of the ten Mahavidyas, which are a group of powerful and transformative goddesses in Hinduism.

Maa Bagala is depicted as a yellow-skinned goddess with a fierce expression, wearing a yellow saree and holding a club in one hand and a noose in the other. She is also sometimes shown seated on a throne made of skulls, with her feet resting on the body of a demon.

Maa Bagala is worshipped by devotees who seek her blessings for protection, victory over enemies, and spiritual liberation. Her worship involves various rituals, including the chanting of mantras, the offering of yellow flowers and sweets, and the recitation of hymns.

The worship of Maa Bagala is considered to be particularly effective in removing obstacles and negativities from one’s life. She is also believed to have the power to neutralize the harmful intentions of one’s enemies and protect her devotees from their attacks.

One of the most famous temples dedicated to Maa Bagala is the Bagalamukhi temple in Himachal Pradesh, India. This temple is considered to be a powerful pilgrimage site for devotees of the goddess, and it attracts a large number of visitors every year.

In the Tantric traditions of Hinduism, Maa Bagala is seen as a symbol of the transformative power of the divine feminine, which can help individuals overcome their inner demons and achieve spiritual liberation.