Maa Durga is worshiped everywhere throughout the country.
The Asian Chronicle in this holy and auspicious occasion would like to wish all the readers and viewers of our Publication.TAC(The Asian Chronicle) wishes.”May Maa Durga brighten your life with countless blessings of happiness and prosperity.
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On the occasion of Navratri, TAC(The Asioan Chronicle) would like to inform you about the temples of Maa Durga those are worshiped the most by thousands of devotees everyday. It is believed that the worship in these temples gives the desired dream.
Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu and Kashmir
The temple of Maa Shera Wali, sitting on the high mountains at Katra, Jammu, is known as ‘Vaishno Devi’. Here the influx of devotees seems to be highest in the year. In this case, this temple is second crowded Hindu Pilgrimage in India.
There are three forms of Adishakti in the court of Mother Durge – first Mahasaraswati, who is the Goddess of knowledge. The second is Mahalakshmi, the goddess of wealth and wealth. The third Mahakali or Durga, who is considered as Shakti Swaroopa.
This temple is located on the Gujarat-Rajasthan border. It is believed that this temple is about twelve hundred years old. The work of renovation of this temple started from 1975 and has continued till now. This temple, built of white marble, is very grand. The peak of the temple is one hundred and three feet high. There are 358 golden urns on the summit. One of the Shaktipeeths of Maa Amba-Bhavani, there is immense reverence among the devotees of the mother Durge towards this temple. No statue of Manki is installed in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. A Sri Yantra of the mother is installed here. This Shri-Yantra is decorated in such a way that one should see that mother Ambe has been engraved in it.
The entire atmosphere here remains vigorous in Navratri.
Kalighat of Kolkata is a very important pilgrimage for the ‘tantrikas’(Who does Occult Practice). According to Hindu Religious beliefs, the fingers of Goddess Sati fell on this place.
Danteshwari Temple, Chhattisgarh
It is located in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh, the famous Danteshwari Temple of Dantewada. It is believed that the teeth of Sati fell here, due to which the place was named Danteshwari.