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Peetha Nirnaya Tantra

Shakti Peethas:

Refer to Shakti Peetha Stotram

1. Hingula Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 4)
• Where the Brahmarandhra (Top of the Head) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kottari and the Bhairava is called Bhimalocana
Devi Hinglaj (Lasbela district, Pakistan)


2. Karavira Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 5)
• Where the Trinetra (Three Eyes) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mahishamardini and the Bhairava is called Krodhisa
Kolhapur - Devi Mahalakshmi (Kolhapur district, Maharashtra)


3. Sugandha Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 5)
• Where the Nasika (Nose) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Sunanda and the Bhairava is called Tryambaka
Shikarpur - Devi Ugratara (Barishal district, Bangladesh)


4. Kashmira Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 7)
• Where the Kanthadesha (Region of the Neck) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mahamaya and the Bhairava is called Trisandheyeshwara
Amarnath - Devi Mahamaya (Anantanag district, Jammu and Kashmir)


5. Jwalamukhi Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 8)
• Where the Jihvaa (Tongue) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Siddhidaa and the Bhairava is called Unmatta
Devi Jwalamukhi (Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh)


6. Jalandhara Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 8)
• Where the Stana (Breast) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Tripuramalini and the Bhairava is called Bhishana
Jalandhar - Devi Tripuramalini (Jalandhar district, Punjab)


7. Vaidyanatha Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 10)
• Where the Hridaya (Heart) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Jaya Durga and the Bhairava is called Vaidyanatha
Baidyanath Dham - Devi Jaya Durga (Deogarh district, Jharkhand)


8. Nepala Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 10)
• Where the Janu (Knee) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mahamaya and the Bhairava is called Kapali
Devi Guhyeshwari (Kathmandu district, Nepal)


9. Manasa Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 12)
• Where the Daksha Hasta (Right Hand) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Dakshayani and the Bhairava is called Amara
Manasa - Devi Dakshayani (Tibet)


10. Viraja Kshetra (Utkala) Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 13)
• Where the Nabhi (Navel) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Vimala and the Bhairava is called Jagannatha
Puri - Devi Vimala (Puri district, Odisha)


11. Gandaki Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 14)
• Where the Ganda (Cheek) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Gandaki Chandi and the Bhairava is called Chakrapani
Gandaki - Devi Gandaki Chandi (Mustang district, Nepal)


12. Bahula Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 15)
• Where the Vama Bahu (Left Arm) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Bahula and the Bhairava is called Bhiruka
Ketugram - Devi Bahula (Purba Bardhaman district, West Bengal)


13. Ujjayini Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 16)
• Where the Kurpara (Elbow) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mangala Chandika and the Bhairava is called Kapilambara
Ujjain - Devi Harsiddhi (Ujjain district, Madhya Pradesh)


14. Chattala Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 17)
• Where the Daksha Bahu (Right Arm) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Bhavani and the Bhairava is called Chandrasekhara
Sitakunda - Devi Bhavani (Chittagong district, Bangladesh)


15. Tripura Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 18)
• Where the Daksha Pada (Right Foot) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Tripurasundari and the Bhairava is called Tripuresha
Udaipur - Devi Tripurasundari (South Tripura district, Tripura)


16. Trisrota Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 19)
• Where the Vama Pada (Left Foot) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Bhramari and the Bhairava is called Ishwara
Shalbari - Devi Bhramari (Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal)


17. Kamagiri Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 20)
• Where the Yoni (Generative Organ) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kamakhya and the Bhairava is called Umananda
Kamrup - Devi Kamakhya (Kamrup district, Assam)


18. Kshiragrama Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 26)
• Where the Daksha Angushtha (Right Toe) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Yugadya and the Bhairava is called Kshirakhandaka
Kshiragram - Devi Yogadya (Jogadya) (Purba Bardhaman district, West Bengal)


19. Kalipitha Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 27)
• Where the Daksha Pada Anguli (Fingers of Right Foot) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kalika and the Bhairava is called Nakuleesha
Kalighat - Devi Kali (Kolkata district, West Bengal)


20. Prayaga Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 28)
• Where the Anguli Vrinda (Group of Fingers) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Lalita and the Bhairava is called Bhavah
Prayagraj - Devi Alopi (Prayagraj district, Uttar Pradesh)
Prayagraj - Devi Lalita (Meerapur) (Prayagraj district, Uttar Pradesh)


21. Jayanti Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 28)
• Where the Vama Jangha (Left Shank) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Jayanti and the Bhairava is called Kramadeeshwara
Nartiang - Devi Durga (Jaintia Hills district, Meghalaya)


22. Kirita Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 29)
• Where the Kirita (Diadem) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Vimala and the Bhairava is called Samvarta
Dahapara - Devi Kiriteshwari (Murshidabad district, West Bengal)


23. Varanasi Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 30)
• Where the Kundala (Ear-Ring) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Vishalakshi and the Bhairava is called Kalabhairava
Kashi - Devi Vishalakshi (Varanasi district, Uttar Pradesh)


24. Kanyashrama Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 31)
• Where the Pristha (Back) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Sarvani and the Bhairava is called Nimisha
Kanyakumari - Devi Bhagavathy (Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu)


25. Kurukshetra Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 31)
• Where the Gulpha (Ankle) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Savitri and the Bhairava is called Sthanu
Kurukshetra - Devi Bhadrakali (Kurukshetra district, Haryana)


26. Manivedaka Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 32)
• Where the Manibandha (Bracelet) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Gayatri and the Bhairava is called Sarvananda
Pushkar - Devi Gayatri (Ajmer district, Rajasthan)


27. Srishaila Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 33)
• Where the Griva (Neck) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mahalakshmi and the Bhairava is called Sambarananda
Srisailam - Devi Bhramaramba (Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh)


28. Kanchi Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 34)
• Where the Kankaala (Skeleton) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Devagarbha and the Bhairava is called Ruru
Kanchipuram - Devi Kamakshi (Kanchipuram district, Tamil Nadu)


29. Kalamadhava Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 35)
• Where the Nitamba (Buttocks) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kaali and the Bhairava is called Asitanga
• Not identified


30. Narmada Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 37)
• Where the Nitamba (Buttocks) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Sona and the Bhairava is called Bhadrasena
Narmada - Devi Sona (Anuppur district, Madhya Pradesh)


31. Ramagiri Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 37)
• Where the Stana (Breast) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Shivani and the Bhairava is called Canda
Chitrakoot - Devi Shivani (Chitrakoot district, Uttar Pradesh)
Maihar - Devi Sharada (Satna district, Madhya Pradesh)


32. Vrindavana Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 38)
• Where the Keshajaala (the tresses of Hair) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Uma and the Bhairava is called Bhutesha
Vrindavan - Devi Uma (Mathura district, Uttar Pradesh)


33. Anala Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 39)
• Where the Urdhva Danta (Upper row of Teeth) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Narayani and the Bhairava is called Samhara
Suchindram - Devi Narayani (Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu)


34. Panchasagara Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 39)
• Where the Adho Danta (Lower row of Teeth) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Varahi and the Bhairava is called Maharudra
• Not identified


35. Karatoya Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 40)
• Where the Vama Karna (Left Ear) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Aparna and the Bhairava is called Vamana
Bhabanipur - Devi Aparna (Bogra district, Bangladesh)


36. Sri Parvata Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 41)
• Where the Daksha Gulpha (Right Ankle) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Sri Sundari and the Bhairava is called Sundarananda
Sri Parvata - Devi Sri Sundari (Leh district, Jammu and Kashmir)


37. Vibhashaka Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 42)
• Where the Vama Gulpha (Left Ankle) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kapalini and the Bhairava is called Mahadeva
Tamluk - Devi Bargabhima Kali (East Medinipur district, West Bengal)


38. Prabhasa Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 43)
• Where the Udara (Stomach) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Chandrabhaga and the Bhairava is called Vakratunda
Prabhasa - Devi Chandrabhaga (Junagadh district, Gujarat)


39. Bhairava Parvata Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 44)
• Where the Ossttha (Upper Lip) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Avanti and the Bhairava is called Lambakarna
Ujjain - Devi Avantika (Ujjain district, Madhya Pradesh)


40. Janasthana Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 45)
• Where the Civuka (Chin) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Bhramari and the Bhairava is called Vikritaksha
Vani - Devi Saptashrungi (Nashik district, Maharashtra)


41. Godavari Tir Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 46)
• Where the Ganda (Cheek) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Vishweshi and the Bhairava is called Dandapani
Godavari Tir - Devi Vishwesi (East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh)


42. Ratnavali Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 47)
• Where the Daksha Skanda (Right Shoulder) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kumari and the Bhairava is called Shiva
• Not identified


43. Mithila Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 47)
• Where the Vama Skanda (Left Shoulder) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Uma and the Bhairava is called Mahodara
Mithila - Devi Uma (Mustang district, Nepal)


44. Nalahati Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 48)
• Where the Nalaa (Tubular Bone) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Kalika and the Bhairava is called Yogisha
Nalhati - Devi Nalateshwari (Birbhum district, West Bengal)


45. Kalighata Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 49)
• Where the Munda (Head) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Jaya Durga and the Bhairava is called Krodhisha
Juranpur - Devi Jaya Durga (Nadia district, West Bengal)


46. Vakreshwara Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 50)
• Where the Manas (Mind) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Mahishamardini and the Bhairava is called Vakranatha
Bakreshwar - Devi Mahishamardini (Birbhum district, West Bengal)


47. Yashora Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 51)
• Where the Paani Padma (Lotus-like Hand) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Yashoreshwari and the Bhairava is called Chanda
Ishwaripur - Devi Jashoreshwari Kali (Satkhira district, Bangladesh)


48. Attahasa Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 52)
• Where the Ostha (Lips) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Phullara and the Bhairava is called Vishwesha
Attahas - Devi Phullara (Birbhum district, West Bengal)


49. Nandipura Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 53)
• Where the Hara (Necklace) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Nandini and the Bhairava is called Nandikeshwara
Sainthia - Devi Nandikeshwari (Birbhum district, West Bengal)


50. Lanka Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 54)
• Where the Nupura (Anklet) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Indrakshi and the Bhairava is called Rakshaseshwara
• Not identified


51. Virata Shakti Peetha (Shakti Peetha Stotram - verse 55)
• Where the Pada Anguli (Fingers of the Foot) of Devi had fallen
• The Devi is known as Ambika and the Bhairava is called Amrita
Devi Ambika (Jaipur district, Rajasthan)





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