64 Yoginis or Chaushat Yogini Mata, Chatushashti Yogini Goddesses

Here you can get the names of 64 Yoginis. Also known as Chaushat Yogini Mata or Chatushashti Yogini Goddesses, 64 Yoginis are believed manifestations of Goddess Shakti. Often Saptamatrikas or Ashtamatrikas are confused with the Yogini shakti. Yoginis are represented as various powers or energies or manifestations of Goddess Shakti or Durga engaged in fighting […]

Matangi Jayanti 2019

Matangi Jayanti is the first appearance day of Goddess Matangi, the ninth Dasamahavidya Goddess. In 2019, Matangi Jayanti date is May 7. It is observed on Shukla Tritiya in Vaishakh Month (Akshaya Tritiya). Goddess Matangi Mata is also known as Tantrik Saraswati who fulfills every desire of her devotees and blesses them with prosperity. She […]

Dhumavati, Goddess Dhumavati Mahavidya

Goddess Dhumavati is one of the fearsome aspect of the Dasamahavidyas. Dhuma means smoke and Dhumavati is the one who is composed of smoke. She is the knowledge that comes through hard experience in which our immature and youthful desires and fantasies see an end. Her nature is not illumination but one of obscuration. However […]

Significance of Dasha Mahavidyas in Daily Life

Dasamahavidya

Dasha Mahavidyas (ten cosmic personalities of Divine Mother) are worshipped in Navratri. What are these and what significance do they have in our daily lives? Yes, ten Mahavidyas are there. I also don’t know the complete thing about them. Whatever Vidya (knowledge) we study and understand with our intellect is limited. What we get through silence […]

Dasamahavidya, Dus Mahavidyas (Dasa Mahavidya)

Dasamahavidya

Dasamahavidya, also spelt as Dus Mahavidya or Dasa mahavidya, are a group of ten aspects of the Divine Mother or Shakti. In Sanskrit, Mahavidya means the great knowledge or wisdom. The ten Goddesses are known as the givers of great knowledge. Devi Bhagavata Purana describes the importance and spiritual significance of Dasamahavidya. Here are the […]

Dhumavati Jayanti 2018 | Maa Dhumavathi Jayanthi

Dhumavati Jayanti or Maa Dhumavathi Jayanthi is the first appearance day of Goddess Dhumavati, one of the Dus Mahavidyas (Ten Trantric Goddesses). In 2018, Dhumavati Jayanthi date is June 20. Dhumavati Jayanti is observed on Jyeshta Shukla Ashtami, eighth day in bright half of Jyeshta maas. Maa Dhumavati is depicted as an old and ugly […]

Story of Goddess Matangi (Legends associated with Matangi Maa)

Matangi Mahavidya

The first Legend of Matangi was related to ucchista matangini when lord Shiva and parvati was served up with food from lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi and from the disgorged food a maid aroused and was empowered with good dimensions named Ucchista matangini. Meditation upon goddess matangi allows for inspiration, blessing and peace in the […]

Mantangi | Goddess Matangi Mahavidya

Matangi Mahavidya

Goddess Matangi or Rajamatangi is one of the mahavidyas. She is also considered as the tantric form of Saraswati and her worship is adviced to acquire supernatural powers, especially gaining control over enemies, attracting people to oneself, acquiring mastery over the arts and gaining supreme knowledge. She is also represented as the ministerial power of […]

Bagalamukhi | Goddess Bagalamukhi Mahavidya

Goddess Bagalmukhi is one of the mahavidyas who is attributed with the destruction of the enemies. She is often depicted as having a golden complexion and her dress is yellow in colour. She is seen sitting on a golden throne in the midst of an ocean of nectar which is full of yellow lotuses. She […]

Bhairavi, Goddess Bhairavi Mahavidya

Goddess Bhairavi or Tripurabhairavi is the fierce and terrifying aspect of the Dasamahavidya who represents divine anger and wrath. Yet her anger and wrath is directed towards impurities within us as well as to the negative forces that may try to interfere with our spiritual growth. Though a difficult force to bear, her activity is […]

Bhuvaneshwari, Goddess Bhuvaneshwari Mahavidya

Bhuvaneshwari Mahavidya

Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is one of the dasa mahavidyas who gives shape to the creation of the world. Goddess Parvati is the Sagun roop of Mata Bhuvaneshvari. Her name itself means the ruler of the universe. She is the cosmos personified as Goddess. Worshipping Maa Bhuvaneshwari promotes a cosmic vision and absolves us from the narrowness of […]

Chinnamasta: Goddess Chinnamastika Mahavidya

Goddess Chinnamasta who is also known as Chinnamastika or Prachanda Chandika is the Goddess of Striking Force whose head is severed. She is one of the ferocious aspect of the Dasamahavidyas. She is often depicted as the one who has severed her own head and in her two hands she holds a sword and her […]

Kali, Mahakali: Goddess Mahakali Maa

Mahakali

Goddess Kali , also known as MahaKali is one of the forms of Dasamahavidya goddesses associated with Shakti. She is also known as Bhavatarini meaning the redeemer of the Universe. She is often represented as the consort of Lord Shiva on whose body she is seen standing. She is often depicted as dark blue in […]

Kamala: Goddess Kamalatmika Mahavidya

Goddess Kamalatmika or kamala is the tenth of the dasamahavidyas. She is often known as the tantric Lakshmi. She is often depicted as having a golden complexion who is being bathed by the four large elephants . The elephants pour amrita from the kalashas . She has four hands and she holds two lotuses in her hands […]

Dasamahavidya Stotra, Dashamahavidya Stotram

Dasamahavidya Stotram is a prayer dedicated to all the ten Dashamavidya Goddesses. Dashamahavidya Goddesses are ten incarnations or manifestations or aspects of Shakti. In this stotram, each Goddess is revered with a verse which describes her unique qualities and energies along with her other names. Here are the stotrams for each form of Dasamahavidya…. Stotra […]

Tara, Goddess Tara Mahavidya

Goddess Tara is the second of Dasamahavidyas who gives the devotees the right direction in their lives. She is called upon in emergencies or at crossroads where we require guidance as to which way to turn. Tara is also referred to as Neela Saraswati Mahavidya. Tara is the saving knowledge. She also finds mention in […]

Dasha Mahavidyas & Consort Lord Shiva

The given name Mahavidyas appear from the Sanskrit roots, with maha meaning Large and vidya sense, Exposure, demonstration, information, or knowledge. Mahavidyas (Great Wisdoms) or Dasa Mahavidyas are a collection of ten portion of the Divine Mother or Devi in Hinduism. The Goddess Mahavidyas are Knowledgeable Goddesses, who stand for a band of female religion, […]

Tripurasundari, Goddess Tripurasundari Mahavidya

Goddess Tripurasundari is one of the dasamahavidyas who is the Goddess of Srichakra. She is also known as Goddess Rajarajeshwari meaning the one who rules the universe. She is said to rule the three cities of Tripura. But in actual these refer to the three aspects of physical , subtle and supreme deities and she controls all […]