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Shyama Saparya Vidhi | Srimat Swami Paramatmananda Nath Bhairab Giri


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

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About Maa Shyama

Maa Shyama is a Hindu goddess who is primarily worshipped in Bengal and other parts of Eastern India. She is considered to be an incarnation of the divine mother, or Shakti, and is often associated with the goddess Kali.

Maa Shyama is depicted as a dark-skinned goddess with a fierce expression, wearing a garland of skulls around her neck and holding various weapons in her multiple arms. She is also sometimes shown standing on the body of Lord Shiva, who represents the passive and transcendental aspect of the universe.

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

One of the most famous temples dedicated to Maa Shyama is the Tarapith temple in West Bengal, India. This temple is considered to be one of the most important pilgrimage sites for devotees of the goddess, and it attracts a large number of visitors every year.

Maa Shyama is also revered in the Tantric traditions of Hinduism, which place a special emphasis on the worship of the divine feminine. In these traditions, she is seen as a powerful and transformative force that can help individuals achieve spiritual enlightenment and inner peace.