ALAMPUR JOGULAMBA TEMPLE

About Place: According to a popular legend there was a great saint in 6th century called Rasa Siddha who had the power to convert base metal into gold and... Read more »

CHAMUNDESHWARI TEMPLE

About Place: Shakti Peethas are divine seat of Shakti due to the falling of body parts of the corpse of Sati Devi, when Lord Shiva carried it and wandered... Read more »

CHITRAKOOT SHAKTI PEETH

About Place: Chitrakoot temple is considered as a very sacred place. Lord Rama, Sita Devi and Lakshmana are said to have spent their eleven and a half years in... Read more »

GUHYESHWARI TEMPLE

About Place: The temple was constructed during the reign of King Shanker Dev of the Lichhavi period with the help of Narasingha Thakur, a Tantric. The temple was later... Read more »

CHINTPURNI SHAKTI PEETHA

About Place: It is said that after Sati’s self-immolation, Mahadeva danced the dance of destruction with her burnt corpse. To prevent him from destroying the world, Lord Vishnu used... Read more »

RATNAVALI SHAKTI PEETH

About Place: According to the Hindu legends, Ratnavali Shakti Peeth is among the 52 Shakti Peeth of Ma Sati. It is said that, dakshina skandha (right shoulder) of the... Read more »

TRISTROTA SHAKTI PEETH

About Place: History to this place dates back in the time when it is said that the thumb of her left leg of Maa Sati fell to this place,... Read more »

ATTAHAS TEMPLE

About Place: The temple has a stone deity that is around fifteen feet long –which, incidentally, symbolises the lower lip of the goddess. A natural pond that has now... Read more »

SHRI SHEETALA MATA MANDIR

About Place: There is a legend about this temple. There was a shrine, sacred to the goddess Devi, locally known as Masani at the village of Kesopur in the... Read more »

SURKANDA TEMPLE

About Place: One of the most persistent mythologies concerning the origin of worship at the site is associated with the myth of Sati, who was the wife of the... Read more »