Saturday, November 30, 2013

Lord Rama prayashit sthali in Pakistan



It is believed that Lord Rama meditated at the Hinglaj Mata Shakti Peeth in present day Balochistan, Pakistan, to atone for his sin of Brahmhatya - the killing of Ravana, a Brahmin and a worshipper of Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga.
Hinglaj Mata Mandir is one of the great Shakti Peethas recognised by our shastras dedicated to Devi Maa. Hinglaaj Mata is revered by people of all faiths in Pakistan and the annual event is described as Nani Ka Haj by the local Muslims.
May Mata Hinglaj, the refuge of Lord Ram, shower us with her mercy.


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2 comments:

VASANT said...

Good information.Still i know only Indian Shaktipith,now one mor shaktipith konwn by Pujya Matamai Shri Radhe.Thnks

Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa said...


Hinglaj Mata Shakti Peetha is believed to be the place where Mata Sati's navel fell.
The following are the shastras that list Hinglaj as a Shakti Peetha. All are in Sanskrit except for the last one, which is a Bengali work.

Tantrachudamani
Shivasharitha
Kularnava Tantra
Kubjika Tantra
Chandimangal

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