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Yogadaya Temple (Bardwan, West Bengal)

About

Yogadaya Shakti Peeth, where in Goddness Blutadhari / Yogadhya Temple takes place, comes in vision with the grace of Goddness Shakti and Lord Shiva . Yogadhya Shakti Peeth as an apple of Bengali’s eyes at Khirgram under Khirakantha (from of Lord Shiva). Here, a mela is held during Baisakha Sankranti. Yogadhya Shakti Peeth as the establishment to wash away all the tensions and stress from the lives comes after Goddness Shakti’ thumb of her right leg fell where this one of the Shakti Peethas placed. Also, Goddness Yogadhya is as believed to accomplish the desires of person who comes there and devotedly worships her. The Mantra as repeated in the Puja is known to have been revealed by Goddness Yogadhya herself while she came in human form.

Yogadaya Temple have found out the following Maa Durga Maha Shakti Piths in and around West Bengal. Bahula, on the banks of Ajay River at Ketugram, 8 km from Katwa, Burdwan, West Bengal, India. Ujaani, 16 km from Guskara station under Burdwan district of West Bengal, India. Locally known as Bhramari Devi. Behind a rice mill, near Jalpesh Temple in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India. yoga adya at Khirgram under Burdwan district, West Bengal, India. Kireet at Kireetkona village, 3 km from Lalbag Court Road station under district Murshidabad, West Bengal, India. Kankalitala, on the banks of Kopai River 10 km north-east of Bolpur station in Birbhum district, Devi locally known as Kankaleshwari West Bengal, India. Vibhash, at Tamluk under district Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India. Locally known as Anandamayee Temple. Ratnavali, on the banks of Ratnakar river at Khanakul-Krishnanagar, district Hooghly, West Bengal, India. Nalhati, known as “Nalateshwari Temple” near Nalhati station of Birbhum district, West Bengal, India. Bakreshwar, on the banks of Paaphara river, 24 km distance from Siuri Town, district Birbhum, 7 km from Dubrajpur Rly. Station West Bengal, India. Sainthia, locally Known as “Nandikeshwari” temple. Only 1.5 km from the railway station under a banyan tree within a boundary wall, Birbhum district, West Bengal, India. Tarapith, on the banks of Dwarka river, about 6 km from Rampurhat sub-division, Birbhum district, West Bengal, India. Chandi Mandir in (near Memari Rail station) Memari, Bardhaman, Westbengal, Fullara in Birbhum district, West Bengal, India are also considered to be a shakti peetha.

Visitors would definitely come across various facts in Shakti Peeth Yogadhya. This is one of the popular Shakti Peeth that has got a spiritual power of Maa Sati. Shakti Peeth located in a village named Khirgram in West Bengal. As a particular version, right toe of Devi fell down at the particular Shakti Peeth. The idol of Goddness is known as Yogadhya by the people allocated just near the particular Shakti Peeth. Lord Shiva at this particular Shakti Peeth is known as Khirakantha. Some believes that, Shakti Peeth Yogadhya is just the came as Chintpurni Temple. Pindi at Shakti Peeth Yogadhya would represent feet of Devi Sati. Devi at the particular temple would fullfill all the desires of individuals who have been worshiping the idol and premises with heart and soul. A devotional worship would be really important over here.

Timing

All Days: Open 07.30 A.M. and Close 07:30 P.M.

Distance

  • From Delhi it is 1360 KM away.
  • From Mumbai it is 2115 KM away.
  • From Kolkata it is 104 KM away.
  • From Chennai it is 1684 KM away.

Location

You can get in any train, train which goes to Bardwan junvtion station. From Burdwan Station, anybody can reach Shakti Peeth Yogadhya without much difficulties.