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Bhairavi - The mahavidya of decay
Tripur Sundari - The mahavidya of beauty
Kaali - The mahavidya of night
Bagalamukhi - The mahavidya who seizes the tongue
Tara - The mahavidya of our aspiration
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Bhairavi - The mahavidya of decay

Bhuvaneshwari - The mahavidya who created the world

Maa Bhuvaneshwari


The presiding of Mani-dwipa (name of a place) as described in Devi Bhagawat is an embodiment of the Mantra 'Hrillekha' (HRIM), Shakti and Maha Laxmi and also a companion of Lord Shiva in all of his divine activities and is called Goddess Bhuvaneshwari.

Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is the preeminent and a nurturer of the whole humanity. Her appearance is Somber and her complexion is red. She blesses her devotee by making him fearless and also help him in the accomplishment of all the powers. In the scriptures her greatness has been described in detail.

The Cryptic Mantra 'Hrim' contains the form of goddess Bhuvaneshwari. This mantra has been called as Pranav (OM) in Devi Bhagawat. A devotee who chants this cryptic mantra and methodically performs 'Homa' (burnt offering), feeds the Brahmins with complete faith and devotion himself attains divinity.

Sada Shiva is the cause behind the evolution of this creation and his powers lies in goddess Bhuvaneshwari. Her ambrosia nurtures the whole world.

Her complexion is red like a rising Sun and has three eyes. She possesses moon in her crown. Her soft smile gives information about her favor and kindness. A hook and a noose in her hand show her controlling power.
WORSHIP:

Meditation :

UDYADDIN DYUTI MINDU KIRITANTUNGA KUCHANNAYANTRAYA YUKTAM SMERAMUKHIM TVARADANKUSHA PASHA BHITIKARAM PRABHAJE BHUVANESHIM
Cryptic Mantra - 'HRING"
 

Method : The above mentioned mantra should be chanted for 1,25,000 times along with the worship of the Yantra for the fulfillment of any desire or accomplishment of any task. The mantra's chanting could be increased according to the complexity of the task. YANTRA

 

Bhuvaneshwari - The mahavidya who created the world
Tripur Sundari - The mahavidya of beauty
Dhumavati - The mahavidya who widowed herself
Kaali - The mahavidya of night
Chinnmasta - The mahavidya who cuts off her own head
Bagalamukhi - The mahavidya who seizes the tongue
Matangi
Tara - The mahavidya of our aspiration
Kamla - The mahavidya of wealth
Swastik
Bhuvaneshwari - The mahavidya who created the world
Dhumavati - The mahavidya who widowed herself
Chinnmasta - The mahavidya who cuts off her own head
Matangi
Kamla - The mahavidya of wealth
Swastik