Goddesh Shati's 51 Shakti Peeths Temple-Full Details of Shakti Peeth Temples

The Shakti Peethas (holy places of cosmic power) are places of worship consecrated to the goddess 'Shakti', the female principal of Hinduism and the main deity of the Shakti sect.Shakti Peeths are very important and ancient Hindu religious pilgrims. Goddess Sati is the incarnation of Maa Parvati, the kindly goddess of harmony, marital felicity and longevity, with Durga, goddess of strength and valour, and with Mahakali, goddess of destruction of the evil.


According to legend, at some time in Satya Yuga, Daksha (who was the son of Lord Brahma) performed a yagna in a place called Kankan (near Haridwar) This Yagya was named Vrihaspati Yagna. He performed this Yagna with a desire of taking revenge on Lord Shiva. Daksha was angry because his daughter Sati (one of his 27 daughters) had married the 'yogi' God Shiva against his wishes. Daksha invited all the deities to the yagna except for Shiva and Sati. The fact that she was not invited did not deter Sati from attending the yagna. She had expressed her desire to attend to Shiva, who had tried his best to dissuade her from going. Shiva eventually allowed her to go escorted by his ganas.
But Sati, being an uninvited guest, was not given any respect by his father. Further more, Daksha insulted Shiva. Sati was unable to bear her father's insults toward her husband, so she committed suicide by jumping into the yagna fire (sacrificial fire). When Lord Shiva heard about her death he became furious. He along with his ganas (followers) went to the place where Daksha was performing his oblation. The oblation site was completely destroyed by Shiva and his ganas (mainly by the great Veerbhadra) and killed Daksha. Lord Shiva then carried the corpse of Sati and started dancing furiously all over the place like a lunatic. The other gods intervened to stop this dance.
To bring down his anger, Lord Vishnu severed the dead body with his Sudarshan chakra. Various parts of the body fell at several spots all through the Indian subcontinent and formed the sites of which are known as Shaktipeeth.
In order to view the index, which is based on Tantra-Chudamani , reveals as to which organ fell at which place and which Bhairav and which Shakti have their dwellings at which place..
Here is 51 Shaktipith List with Location with state,Part of the body, Bhirava,and Shakti name, so you can Click its name and get All information Shaktipith temple like Temple Location,Temple significance,Temple History,Temple timing,Entry,Temple Pictures,How to Reach there,and Location Map and many more.

51 Shakti Peeths Temple List



No
Shakti Peeth Name
Location (place)
Parts of  The Body
Bhairava
1
Maa Hingulaj
Hingula
(Pakistan)
Mind or brain
Bhimlochan
2
Kolhapur (Maharashtra)
Eyes
Krodhis
3
Sunanda
Shikarpur
(Bangladesh)
Nose
Triayambak
4
Mahamaya
Amarnath cave
(Jammu Kashmir)
neck
Trisandhyeshwar
5
Kangda ( Himachal Pradesh)
tongue
Unmatta
6
Jalandhar (Punjab)
left  breast
Bhishan
7
Ambaji(Gujarat)
Heart
 Shiva
8
Mahamaya
Nepal
Both knees
Kapal
9
Dakshaayanee
Kailash Marsarovar
(Tibet)
Right palm
 Kapaalee
10
Utkal-Puri
(Orissa)
Navel
 Amar
11
Gandaki
Muktinatha
(Nepal)
Right cheek
Chakrapani
12
Ketubrham- Katwa
( West Bengal)
left hand
Bhula
13
Manglya Chandika
Ujjain
(Uttar Pradesh)
elbow
Mangalyachandika
14
Banswara (Rajasthan)
right foot
Tripura Sundari
15
Bhawani
Sitakund
(Bangladesh)
right arm
Bhawani
16
Bhramri
Shalbadi
(West bangal)
left leg
Bhramari
17
Guwahati
(Assam)
Reproductive organ
Kamakhya
18
Madhaveswari
Allahabad
(Uttar Pradesh)
fingers
Bhawa
19
Meghalaya (Assam)
left thigh
Kramdishwar
20
Bhootdhatri
Ksheergram
(West Bengal)
Right toe
Ksheerkantak
21
Kolkata
(West Bengal)
small fingers of right foot
Nakulis
22
VimlaDevi
 Kireet, Murshidaabaad
( West Bangal)
Crown
Samvar
23
Vishalakshi
Varanasi
(Uttar Pradesh)
earring
Lord Shiva
24
KanyashramTemple
(Shravani)
Kanyakumari
(Tamil Nadu)
back
Nimish
25

Kurukshetra,Thaneshar
(Haryana)
right ankle
Sthanu Mahadev.
26
Pushkar
(Rajasthan)
Both wrists
Sarvanand
27
Mahalaxmi
Sylahat(Bangalaa Desh)
Neck
Ishwaranand
28
Devgarbha
Kali Temple
 Kanchipurm
(Tamil Nadu)
skeleton
Ruru
29
Kalmadhav Temple
Kali
Amarkantak
(Madhya Pradesh)
Left buttock
Asitang
30
Narmada
Amarkantak
(Madhya Pradesh) 
Right buttock
Bhadrasena
31
Allahabad
right breast
Chanda
32
(Uma)
Vrindavan
(Uttar Pradesh)
hair
Bhootesh
33
Thanumalayan

 Shuchiteertham
(Tamil Nadu)
Upper teeth
 Sanhaar
34
Panchsagars
(Uttar Pradesh)
lower teeth
Maharudra
35
Maa Aparna
Bhawanipur
(Bangladesh)
Vamtalp (left Kanpati)
Vaman
36
Sri Sundari
Kashmir
(Jammu Kashmir)
Dakshintalp (right Kanpati)
Sundaranand
37
Maa Kapalini
Bheemakali
(West Bengal)
Left anklet

38
Veraval-Junagadh
(Gujarat)
stomach
Vakratunda
39
BhairavParvat
(Avanti)
Ujjain
(Madhya Pradesh)
Upper lips
Lambakarna
40
JanasthanPanchavati
Maa Bhramari
Panchvati-Nasik
(Maharashtra)
chin
Vikritaksha
41
Vairat Nagar
(Rajasthan)
Toes
 Amriteshwar
42
Godavari Tir
( Vishweshwari Maa)
Andhra Pradesh
cheek

43
Ratnavali Temple
Khanakul
(West bengal)
Right shoulder

44
Uchchaith
(Nepal)
Left shoulder
Mahodar
45
Maa Kalika Devi
Nalahatee
(West Bengal)
Tubular Bones of the Feet
Yogeesh
46
Patneshwari

Patna
(Bihar)
Right thigh
Vyomkesh
47
Nalateswari Temple
Birbhum
West Bengal
Lalat
Vaktranath.
48
Maa Yashashwini
Ishwaripur
(Bangladesh)
left palm
Chandra
49
(Maa Phullara)
Katwa
(West  Bengal)
lower lips
Vishwesh
50
Maa Nandini
Shantiniketan
Necklace
Nandikeshwar
51
Maa Indrakshi or Aindri
Kandy
(Sri Lanka)
Anklet (Nupur)
Rakshaseshwar

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