“हेयम् दुःखमनागतम्" || Heyum dukhaman agatham "avert the danger that has not yet come" पूर्वजन्मकृतम्पापंव्याधिरूपेणबाधते।तच्छांतिःऔषधैःदानैःजपहोमक्रियादिभिः॥ Poorva Janma kritam papam vyadhi roopena badhatey | Tat shanthihi aushadaihi danaihi japa homa kriyadibhihi || Enliven natural law for a specific desired effect.

Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha Maha Yagya

A Powerful Yagya Bring Relief to Doshas, Inflictions, Bless with Fame, Longevity, and Material Abundance

The Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha Maha Yagya is a grand ritual performed to honor the 18 revered Shakthi Peethas, the divine abodes of Goddess Shakti. This ritual is believed to be a powerful tool to remove the fear of darkness and instill courage and faith in the devotees.

During the yagya, sacred mantras are chanted, and offerings are made to the deities at each of the Shakthi Peethas. The yagya is performed by a group of priests, who are well-versed in the Vedic scriptures and the rituals of the Shakthi Peethas.

The main objective of the yagya is to seek the blessings of the goddess and invoke her divine energy to remove all forms of fear and negativity from one’s life. It is believed that the Shakthi Peethas hold immense power and performing the yagya with devotion and sincerity can bring about significant changes in one’s life.

The yagya is open to people of all faiths and backgrounds and is believed to bless devotees with courage, faith, and the strength to face any challenges in life. It is also believed to remove obstacles and bring success, prosperity, and overall well-being to the participants.

Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha

The Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha are sacred sites of cosmic harmony associated with Goddess Shakti, the primary architect of cosmic energy and central deity of the Shakta tradition. Goddess Shakti is revered as the mother of earth and fertility, courage and strength, and destruction, in the forms of Goddesses Parvati, Durga, and Mahakali, respectively, who restore balance and righteousness. By worshipping these 18 holy sites during Pournami, devotees can receive blessings of victory over enemies, healing from illness, and abundance of wealth and prosperity. As the embodiment of creation, sustenance, and destruction, Goddess Shakti is the Great Divine Mother of the earth, omnipresent in various forms of divine energy, who manifests the power of energy when and where it is needed for the welfare of people, as a gracious gift and great boon

Remove Fear of Darkness, Bless Courage, and Faith

This powerful ritual, known as the Ashta Dasa Shakthi Peetha Maha Yagya, is a sacred offering that provides solutions to all obstacles, setbacks, and troubles. It pays homage to Goddess Adi Prashakti, the supreme feminine divinity, who embodies all the mighty powers of the universe and is the unconquerable cosmic force that removes suffering and sorrows. Through this Homam, devotees can attain evergreen success in their business and future endeavors, as the goddess protects the good and destroys the evil.

Goddess Adi Prashakti is a cosmic energy that is eternal and never-ending. She evolves on her own, guided by divine spirits, and her Ashta Dasa Shakti Peethas personify the divine energy of creation, sustenance, and destruction. She is the great divine mother who surrounds us with all the divine energy of the universe in the forms of thermal energy, potential energy, and gravitational energy.

This ritual blesses devotees with knowledge and wisdom, good job prospects, name and fame, cure diseases and mental disorders, end unending afflictions, remove Graha Doshas, eliminate legal hurdles, mitigate malefic effects in the birth chart, and bestow good health, long life, wealth, and prosperity. Most importantly, it removes the fear of darkness and instills courage and faith in the hearts of those who perform it.


  • Eliminate the effects of past sins and distractions, enabling a focus on divine creations.
  • Bestow purity in heart and soul, counteracting malefic effects and doshas, and offering healing for illnesses.
  • Grant intelligence and beauty while removing feelings of insecurity and hardship.
  • Eliminate adversities, negativities, and enmities, promoting blending and bonding.
  • Instill faith, courage, and strength, removing fear and danger from one’s life.
  • Bestow peace, joy, and harmony, along with wealth and abundance, removing obstacles from one’s path.

Do Participate and get the Divine Blessings from 18 Powerful Houses of Goddess Shakti

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Goddess Shankari – Devi in Sri Lanka: (NOTE : Not offered at this time)

Bless with Prosperity, Remove Evil Thought, Cure Heart Disease

Worshipping the “Heart” body part of Goddess Shakti at this location is considered highly auspicious. It is said that Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were pleased with the penance of Lord Ravana at this place, and he was granted a boon and performed a Griha Pravesh ceremony for his palace.

Goddess Kamakshi in Kanchipuram:

Remove Fear of Evil, Bless with life Desires, Cure Osteosarcoma

Adi Shankaracharya composed the “Karuna” Stotram for the goddess at this location, and he was blessed with a boon that Goddess Kamakshi would reside inside the temple as Rudra Shakti and would not leave without his consent. This is also the site where a limb of Goddess Shakti fell and became a place of worship for her.

Goddess Shrinkhala – Devi in Pradymna: (NOTE : Not offered at this time)

Remove Fearful Bonding, Bless with Divine Care

Sage Rishya Shrinkhala, a devotee of Goddess Shrinkhala, attained sacred knowledge in this location and infused energy into Srunga Parvatha, which led to the construction of the temple at Shringeri in Karnataka. Additionally, the stomach body part of Goddess Shakthi fell in this location and is worshipped as Goddess Shrinkhala in Pandua, Hoogly district, West Bengal. Sage Rishya Shrinkhala was known for his purity of heart and childlike soul.

Goddess Chamunda in Mysore: (NOTE : Not offered at this time)

Remove Deadly, Infectious Disease, Bless with a Healthy and Nutritious Life

This location is known as Krouncha Peetham and was previously referred to as Krouncha Puri. The temple is dedicated to the incarnation of Goddess Parvati, whose hair fell at this spot. This particular form of the goddess is known for defeating the demons Chanda, Munda, and Mahishasura. She is revered as the presiding deity and protector of the area, and bestows blessings of good health, knowledge, courage, and truth. The temple is situated at the hilltop of Mysore city in Karnataka.

Goddess Jogulamba in Alampure

Remove Evil Eye, Doshas, Bless with a Blissful Life

The deity of this temple is known as Jogulamba Devi or Yogamba Devi, who is associated with material pleasure. Her consort, Lord Shiva, is worshipped here as Bala Brahmeswara Swamy and is considered an incarnation of the fierce form of “Ugra Roopa”. This temple is dedicated to the upper jaw and tooth of the goddess that fell at this spot, and is said to bless the atmosphere with coolness, making it a pleasant place for worship and protecting true devotion.

Goddess Brhamarabika in Sri Shailam

Bless with Life Wishes, Attain Salvation, Remove Evil Effects

The deity worshipped in this temple is known as Goddess Brahmari, also known as Bhramarabika, and is associated with the chin region of the divine mother. The word “Bhramari” means bees, and the Beejakshar mantra of the Goddess is the sound “Hring”. The Goddess is adorned with Sindoor and is believed to bless devotees with divine grace. According to legend, the Goddess also defeated the demon Mahishasura, who was misusing his power.

Goddess Maha Lakshmi in Kolhapur:

Fulfill Life Desires, Attain Success, Remove Negative Thoughts

Goddess Maha Lakshmi is revered for granting devotees both spiritual enlightenment and worldly desires. It is believed that along with her consort, Lord Vishnu, she resides in this temple, which is also associated with Goddess Shakti, the embodiment of power. The temple is considered to be her divine abode and is adorned with symbolic decorations and an auspicious pond. Taking a dip in the pond is believed to alleviate troubles and obstacles in one’s life.

Goddess Eka Veera in Mahur:

Cure Disease, Protect Wealth, Relieve Obsessive Fear

The deity worshipped in this temple is known as Ekaveerika Mata, whose head is believed to have fallen at this location, making it her sacred abode. Situated on the banks of the Panch Ganga River in the small village of Heure in Maharashtra, this temple follows the Tantric tradition of worship. Devotees make offerings and sacrifices (Bali) to the goddess and are believed to receive blessings for peace, harmony, and prosperity.

Goddess Maha Kali in Ujjain:

Bless with Divine Energy, Stamina, Remove Evil Spirit, Black Magic

The abode of Goddess Maha Kali is believed to be where the right toe of Goddess Shakti has fallen. This temple is located on the banks of the original Ganga River, which connects Hoogly, and her consort, Lord Shiva, is worshipped as Nakulesh in the form of a Sivalingam. Devotees who visit this temple are believed to receive blessings for material gains, purity, and prosperity. In addition, a self-manifested “Svayambhu Lingam of Nakuleshwar Bhairav” is also worshipped near the temple of Goddess Maha Kali.

Goddess Purhuthika in Peethika:

Remove Sins, Bad Deeds, Bless with Freedom, Crop Fertility

The standing posture of Goddess Shakti is worshipped in this temple, where she is known as Goddess Purhuthika. It is believed that her left hand had fallen at this location and Lord Shiva is worshipped here as Kukkuteswara Swamy. The temple is gifted with a sacred pond called “Padagaya Sarovaram,” and many devotees take a holy dip in it to cleanse the karma of their ancestors or departed souls, as well as to rid themselves of the sins of the past. It is believed that by doing so, one can be blessed with desires in life, family bondages, good health, and prosperity.

Goddess Girija in Odhyana:

Remove Serpent Doshas and Evil Effects

The place of worship known as “Girija” or “Maa Biraja Devi” is where the navel of Goddess Girija is believed to have fallen. She is also known as “Trishakti Mahakali, Mahalakshmi, and Mahasaraswati” and is worshipped with her consort Lord Shiva, who is referred to as “Lord Jagannath.” The temple is dedicated to the deity Durga Devi, who is worshipped as Girija (Viraja) and is believed to bless devotees with creativity while eliminating mental ailments and enmity. It is also believed that she bestows wealth and prosperity upon her devotees.

Goddess Manikyamba Devi in Draksharamam:

Enhance Self-consciousness, Remove Evil Thoughts & Behavior

The left cheek of Goddess Manikyamba is believed to have fallen at this location, making it her abode, and she is worshipped here as Manikyamba along with Lord Bhairava (Lord Shiva) as Bheemeshwara. Draksharamam is one of the Maha Shakthi Peetha, one of the five Pancharamams, along with Amararamam, Ksheeraramam, Somaramam, and Bhimaramam. The deity of Goddess Manikyamba, holding an “atma lingam” in her hand, is believed to cleanse the body and soul of her devotees, bestow blessings for early marriages, childless couples, wealth, and prosperity.

Goddess Kamarupa Devi in Guwahati (Assam):

Bless with Fertility, Boon for Bearing, Clear Hurdles

This location is where the Yoni of Goddess Shakti is believed to have fallen, and she is worshipped under various names such as Kamakhya, Kamagiri, and Kamarupa. Her consort, Lord Shiva, is worshipped as “Umananda.” The deity of Goddess Kamarupa is fond of the color red and is adorned with red hibiscus. She holds a lotus, trident, sword, bell, discus, bow, arrows, club, goad, and shield in each of her ten hands. In the other two hands, she holds a gold bowl or a skull. It is believed that worshipping her can bring early marriages, blessings for childless couples, family welfare, and prosperity.

Goddess Madhaveswari Devi in Prayaga (Uttar Pradesh):

Remove Indebtedness to God, Bless with Abundance and Good Health

Goddess Madhaveswari is located in Prayaga and is believed to have taken abode where the fingers of Goddess Shakti had fallen. This place is known as “Sapta Moksh Stals,” a holy shrine that blesses devotees with liberation or salvation. A popular ritual called “venipradana” involves offering two or four inches of hair, which is believed to remove Pithru doshas, evil spirits, and bring material abundance, good health, and prosperity to the devotees.

Goddess Vaishnavi Devi, Shimla: (NOTE : Not offered at this time)

Remove Evil Effects, Mystic Force, Bless with Peace, and Prosperity

The abode of Goddess Shakti’s tongue is located in Jwalamukhi, Himachal Pradesh where she is worshipped as “Ambika” and Lord Shiva is worshipped as “Unmatta”. The goddess is known as Jwalamukhi or Vaishnavi Devi, the deity of the Flaming Mouth. In this temple, there is no physical representation of the goddess, but a natural gas flame that burns eternally serves as her manifestation. Devotees seek blessings to overcome enemies, subdue evil forces, and mitigate planetary doshas and untimely death. They also seek wealth, business opportunities, and abundance from the goddess.

Goddess Sarvamangala Devi in Gaya (Bihar):

Clear the Sins, Karmas, Bless with Purity and Prosperity

Goddess Shakti fell and is worshipped as Goddess Sarvamanagala with Lord Shiva in the form of a Shivalinga. Known as Bhima Gaya, it is an auspicious place for performing ancestral karmas to remove Pitru Doshas. Bhima is said to have performed these karmas here, and devotees who visit this site are blessed with fertility, motherhood, wealth, and abundance.

Goddess Vishalakshi Devi in Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh):

Remove Evil Doshas, Negativities, Bless with Courage & Strength

The wrist part of Goddess Vishalakshi has fallen in this place, which is located in Kashi, also known as Varanasi. It is a lifetime ambition for many people from middle-class families to visit Kashi at least once to relieve themselves from sins and karma and attain salvation. The famous deities worshipped in this place are Goddess Annapurneshwari and Kashivishweshwar, along with Lord Bhairavar. They bless devotees by removing evil effects, doshas, and bestow abundance, good health, and prosperity.

Goddess Saraswathi Devi in Kashmir: (NOTE : Not offered at this time)

Remove Ignorance, Bad Vision, Bless Knowledge, Prosperity

The abode of Goddess Shakti’s right hand is located in Kashmir, where sage Adi Sankaracharya received the blessings of Goddess Saraswathi. The temple is renowned for its library, which contains works of art, science, literature, architecture, music, humanities, medicine, and more. It blesses devotees with knowledge and wisdom, eliminates ignorance, removes obstacles, and provides help in legal battles.

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