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Ratnavali, Khanakul, West Bengal

Ratnavali, Khanakul, West Bengal

The dakshina skandha (right shoulder) of the Goddess fell here. Khanakul is about 90 kilometers from Kolkota. Locally, the temple is known as Anandamayee temple. Please note that Mahamaya Devi Mandir at Ratnapur in Chattisgarh…

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Vishwa Matrika, Draksharamam, Andhra Pradesh

Vishwa Matrika, Draksharamam, Andhra Pradesh

The vama ganda (left cheek) of Goddess Sathi is believed to have fallen here. The Shaktipeeth is part of Bhimeswara Swamy temple- a Pancharama temple of Andhrapradesh in Draksharamam. For more details on this temple…

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Bhramari, Nasik, Maharashtra

Bhramari, Nasik, Maharashtra

The chibuka (chin or lower jaw) of the Goddess fell here. The consensus view is the Bhadrakali Mandir of Old Nasik is the Shakthipeeth. Interestingly, two spots in Nasik also claims to be this Shakthipeeth.…

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Avanti, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

Avanti, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

The Oordhvoshta (upper lip) of Goddess Sathi fell here. The Garh Kali temple, about four kilometers from famous Mahakal temple at Ujjain is the Shakthi Peeth. The temple is closely associated with legendary poet kalidas;…

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Chandrabhaga (Prabhasa), Somnath, Gujarat

Chandrabhaga (Prabhasa), Somnath, Gujarat

The udara (stomach) of Goddess Sathi is believed to have fallen here. The confluence of three rivers ie…Hiran, Kapila and Saraswati and the point of their Sangam (meeting) with the Arabian sea is considered as…

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Kapali (Bhimarupa), Tamluk, West Bengal

Kapali (Bhimarupa), Tamluk, West Bengal

The vama gulpha (left ankle) of the Goddess Sathi is said to have fallen here. The Shakthipeeth is at Tamluk town, about 90 kilometers from Kolkota. View Larger Map

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Tripura Sundari, Tripurantakam, Andhra Pradesh

Tripura Sundari, Tripurantakam, Andhra Pradesh

The dakshina talpa (“talpa” means couch) of the Goddess fell here. The Shakthi peeth is in a temple pond near to Tripurantakeswar temple in Tripurantakam village near Srisailam. Please note that the location is disputed.…

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Aparna, Sherpur, Bangladesh

Aparna, Sherpur, Bangladesh

The vama talpa (talpa means “couch”) of the Goddess fell here. The place is in Bhavanipur village, near Sherpur in Bangladesh. No temple dedicated to the Goddess; a holy pond called “Shakha Pukur”represents the Goddess…

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Varahi, Sangli, Maharshtra

Varahi, Sangli, Maharshtra

The adho dankta pankti (lower teeth) of Goddess Sathi is believed to have fallen here. The place is near Awrwad (Amareshwar/Amarwadi) near Narasimha Wadi (Narsobachi Wadi or Narsobawadi), about 23 kilometers from Sangli. Shakthi theerth…

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Narayani, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

Narayani, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu

The Oordhwa danta Pankti (upper teeth) of Goddess Sathi is said to have fallen here. The famous Kumari Amman temple at Kanyakumari is the Shakthipeeth. For more on this temple click here View Larger Map

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