The term Bhuvanesvari means the queen of the universe. She is considered to be the Divine Mother of the universe- `the queen of all the worlds’. According to the Vedas, she is one of the Dasa Maha Vidyas, the incarnation of Goddess Shakti. It has been assumed that the whole universe is her body and she wore all beings as her ornaments on Her infinite being.
According to the Vedas she is the Aditi, the infinite Mother of cosmic womb. She is the Mother of the Sun and creates space within our own consciousness creating Divine nature within us. She is considered as a Goddess in Hindu religion who is worshiped with lot of devotion and dedication. The Goddess is believed to be more powerful as other Goddesses. Hindus keep and show high esteem towards this particular Goddess.
Through her Worship, human being gets cosmic vision freeing us from the narrowness of life helping people to transcend the narrow bounds of creed, class, race, sex, nation and religion leading us to a universal understanding. All devotees and pilgrims have high esteem and devotion towards this Goddess.
As per depiction, Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is depicted is with four hands, two of which bless the devotees while the other two holds the noose and angusam.
The legend associated with her is that she is the creator and protector symbolising the incarnation of Goddess Parvati – Mother Goddess Shakti. Through the Worship of Goddess Bhuvaneshvari human mind is in fact giving form to the formless Brahman, the perfect embodiment of all the earthly virtues imaginable.