Saturday, March 15, 2014

Miracle of Mata Shakambhari in Mumbai

The upmarket Prabhadevi area in central Mumbai is the powerful shakti sthaan dedicated to Goddess Shakambhari, the Goddess who rules over vegetation and is therefore also the Goddess of food without whom existence is not possible. The original temple was built by the Yadava king Bimba Raja of Gujarat who ruled over Mumbai then. Due to the idol-breaking ways of the Mughals the idol was hidden by devotees in a well.

In the 18th century, Devi Prabhadevi appeared in the dream of a rich man from the Pathare Prabhu caste and asked to be removed from the well. The idol was retrieved and installed with due ceremony and has been worshiped by Hindus of all communities since then. The house where Mata Shakambari is worshiped is blessed with abundance of health, happiness, peace and wealth! May Mata Shakambhari bless us all!  

Jai Mata Shakambhari Prabhavati ki! Jai Mata Di! 

To watch a video of the powerful Shree Shakhamabari Stotram click on the following link


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(west), Mumbai anytime between 9 am to 7 p m. 

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