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Sacred Shaktipeeth Tour Bangladesh

Shaktipeeth Darshan in Bangladesh

Shaktipeeth Tour Bangladesh provides you with a spiritual journey to the Shaktipeeths of Bangladesh and offers devotees an opportunity to connect with the divine feminine energy of the Hindu goddess Shakti. These sacred sites hold profound significance in Hindu mythology, each associated with different parts of the goddess Sati’s body. Let’s delve into the mystical allure of the Shaktipeeths as we explore the pilgrimage route outlined in the itinerary above.

Details of Shaktipeeth in Bangladesh

Jessoreshwari Shaktipeeth - Satkhira

Jessoreswari Shaktipeeth

Jessoreshwari Kali Temple holds immense significance for devotees of the Sanatan Shakti tradition. Situated in Shyamnagar, Bangladesh, it is revered as one of the 51 Shakti Peeths worldwide. Every year, countless followers of the Sanatan Hindu faith, both from Bangladesh and beyond, make pilgrimages to this sacred site to pay homage to the goddess and seek her blessings. However, it’s not only adherents of the Sanatan Hindu religion who visit the temple; people from diverse backgrounds are drawn to its historical importance.

This sacred site is believed to be where the ‘Palms’ of the goddess Sati fell. Devotees flock here to seek blessings and offer prayers to the divine mother, experiencing a sense of peace and spiritual fulfillment amidst the tranquil surroundings.

Sugandha Shaktipeeth - Barishal

Sugandha Shaktipeeth

Here, devotees pay homage to the goddess Sati’s ‘Nose.’ The serene ambiance of this sacred site, coupled with the devout atmosphere, creates an aura of reverence and devotion, leaving pilgrims with a sense of awe and humility.

The enchanting Maa Sugandha temple stands proudly as one of the revered sites among the 51 Shakti Peethas. Nestled on the serene banks of the Sunanda River, it graces the quaint village of Shikarpur, merely 21 kilometers north of Barisal in Bangladesh. Legend has it that this sacred spot is where Mother’s Nasika (Nose) descended, leading to the dedication of the temple to Sunanda, with Bhairav or Shiva known as Trimbak.

Stepping into the temple’s ancient premises is akin to stepping back in time, as it bears witness to a rich and storied history. For seekers of spiritual solace and enlightenment, a visit to this hallowed sanctuary is an essential pilgrimage, offering an opportunity to immerse oneself in divine blessings and profound serenity.

Chattal Ma Bhabani Shaktipeeth - Sitakunda

Sri Bhabani Shaktipeeth

Chattal Ma Bhabani Shaktipeeth, Sitakunda: Situated amidst the scenic beauty of Chandranath Hill in Sitakunda, the Chattal Ma Bhabani Shaktipeeth beckons pilgrims with its mystical charm. Dedicated to the goddess Sati’s ‘Chin,’ this sacred site is revered for its spiritual significance and awe-inspiring natural surroundings, making it a must-visit destination for seekers of divine blessings.

Nestled atop the majestic Chandranath Hill lies the revered Chattal Shaktipeeth, a sacred site of immense spiritual significance. Legend has it that this is where Devi’s Right arm is believed to have descended, leading to the worship of Maa Sati as ‘Bhawani’ at this auspicious spot. Many devout pilgrims also refer to the Chattal Shaktipeeth as the Bhavani Shaktipeeth.

Bhairav, the divine counterpart to Maa Sati, is revered as ‘Kramadhiswar/Chandrasekhar’ at this holy site. The Temple of Bhairav graces the summit of Chandranath Hill, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. For those embarking on the sacred pilgrimage to this temple, the trek up the hill typically takes around 1.5 to 2 hours at a normal trekking pace, symbolizing the journey of devotion and spiritual awakening.

Jayanti Shaktipeeth - Kanaighat

Jayanti Shaktipeeth Kanaighat sylhet

Jayanti Shaktipeeth, Kanaighat: In Kanaighat, pilgrims pay homage to the Jayanti Shaktipeeth, associated with the goddess Sati’s ‘Right Thigh.’ The spiritual vibrations of this sacred site evoke a sense of reverence and devotion, inspiring devotees to deepen their connection with the divine mother and her infinite grace.

The sacred Jayanti Shakti Peeth resides in the tranquil Village Bauorbag, nestled within the Kanaighat Upazilla approximately 55 kilometers from the divisional headquarters of Sylhet, Bangladesh, originally known as Srihatta. According to legend, it is at this holy site that the left thigh of Maa Sati found its divine resting place.

Spanning approximately 5.90 acres of land, the temple of Baurbhag stands as a testament to centuries of devotion and reverence. However, despite its sanctity, the tranquility of this sacred space has been marred by the ongoing encroachment of the temple pond’s banks by local miscreants, posing a challenge to the preservation of its sacred heritage.

Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth - Sylhet

Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth Sylhet

Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth, Sylhet, where devotees seek blessings from the goddess Sati’s ‘Left Hand.’ Surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes, this sacred site exudes a sense of tranquility and spiritual purity, inviting pilgrims to experience divine love and grace. Located in Joinpur Village, Dakshin Surma, near Gtatikar, approximately 3 kilometers northeast of Sylhet town, Bangladesh, this temple holds profound spiritual significance. Here, Goddess Mahalakshmi is revered in her association with the Bhairav form known as Sambaranand.

According to Shakti Peetha mythology, it is believed that the “neck” of Hindu goddess Sati fell at this sacred site. Among the 51 Shakti Peethas scattered across the world, four are revered as Adi Shaktipeeths, and eighteen are regarded as Maha Shakti Peethas. Embark on a transformative journey by booking a tour package to the revered Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth¬†

Srabani Shaktipeeth - Kumirgram

Srabani Shaktipeeth Kumari Kunda

The Sree Sarvani Karunakumari Temple in Kumira Kund, Bangladesh, holds the esteemed title of being the 18th Tandra Chudamani Shakthi Peeth Temple. Locals affectionately refer to it as the Sree Sarvani or Sravanai Ma Karunakumari Temple, signifying its significance as the sacred site where the spinal part of Sree Sathi devi is believed to have descended. The term “Kumari,” meaning an unmarried virgin girl in Sanskrit, has evolved into “Kumira” over time.

Associated with the spinal part or back bone of Sree Sathi devi, the temple’s Anga Devi is known as Jyothishmayi. Bairav, represented as NImisha bairav, and Bhairav Shakthi, known as Sarvaani, add to the divine presence of the temple. Recognized as the Kumari Peetam within the Sakthi Peetam tradition, this temple serves as a beacon of spiritual devotion and reverence.

Aparna Shakti Peeth - Karatoya -Sherpur

Aparna Shaktipeeth Karatoya

The Aparna Shaktipeeth in Bangladesh holds a revered status as one of the 51 Shaktipeethas, making it a significant pilgrimage destination for Hindu devotees. This sacred site is dedicated to Goddess Maa Aparna, with Bhairava represented by Baba Bamesh/Bamon.

Nestled on the banks of the Karatoya River, the Aparna Shaktipeeth is situated in the Sherpur Upazilla of the Bogura District within the Rajshahi Division of Bangladesh. Approximately 28 kilometers from the town of Sherpur, this temple stands as a beacon of spiritual devotion amidst the serene surroundings of its natural setting.