About Baglamukhi Devi Ferocious Goddess of Tantra Out of the ten
OM HLEEM BAGALAMUKHI SARVA DUSHTANAM VAACHAM MUKHAM PADAM STAMBHA
Major temples to the goddess are situated in the Himachal Pradesh
In her worship yellow clothes, garland made of turmeric, yellow s
Mata Bagulamukhi temple is located in Himachal on the Ranital-Dehra road, about 150 km from Chandigarh. The temple is visited by a large number of famous Politicians, rich and powerful people, who pray for victory over their enemies.Recently Amar Singh & Jaya Prada visited Baglamukhi temple, Punjab CM & Himachal CM are also regular visitors at Baglamukhi Temple.
Priests at the Bagulamukhi temple perform special “tantrik havan” at 04:00 AM for your “victory over enemies”. Many Leading Politicians come to Mata Baglamukhi temple for special prayers for victory over their enemies. Nearby, there is a famous astrologer Pt Lekhraj Sharma from the Jogindernagar area.
You can stay at Taragrah, a heritage Resort and perform special Tantric Pooja in Mata Baglamukhi temple and Baijnath Temple.
Political Candidates also take help of ‘tantra’ at Baglamukhi and ‘vibhuti’ at Deotsidh. Every elections, Many Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and MLA aspirants also from various Indian states visit Baglamukhi temple and Deotsidh temples. Apart from the Congress and BJP, candidates of regional parties from Punjab Haryana,Delhi and Uttar Pradesh are also making a beeline here.
Candidates perform tantra path at Baglamukhi seeking victory. It is notable that ‘tantrik paath’ is done in the Baglamukhi temple situated on the Ranital-Dehra National Highway for the annihilation of opponents and enemies.
According to belief, the person has to mark his or her presence in the shaktipeeth without informing anyone. It is only then the worship brings positive results for the aspirant. Temple management of Baglamukhi is not ready to reveal the name and cause of candidates. And due to model code of conduct, administrative officers too can’t officially confirm the arrival of Lok Sabha candidates to these two prominent temples.
Bagalamukhi Mantra is used for victory over enemies, law suits, success in quarrels and competitions. During the prayer, Haldi Mala is used. For better result ten thousand chanting of the mantra should be done in either 21 days, or 11 days, or 7 days to 9 days. These Mantras are changed in front of a picture of Bagalamukhi or the yantra of Bagalamukhi.
Mata Bagalamukhi Mantra in devnagari font:
ॐ ह्लीं बगलामुखि सर्वदुष्टानां वाचं मुखं पदं स्तम्भय जिह्वां कीलय बुद्धिं विनाशय ह्रीं ॐ स्वाहा ।
Om Hleem Bagalaamukhi Sarvadushtaanaam Vaacham Mukham Padam Stambhay Jihvaam Keelay Buddhim Vinaashaay Hring Om Swaha ।
Mata Bagalamukhi Mantra for Sarva Karya Siddhi in devnagari font:
ॐ ह्रीं ऎं क्लीं श्री बगलानने मम रिपून नाशय नाशय ममैश्वर्याणि देहि देहि शीघ्रं मनोवान्छितं साधय साधय ह्रीं स्वाहा ।
Om Hreeng Aing Kleeng Shri Bagalanane Mam Ripoon Naashay Naashay Mamaishwaryaani Dehi Dehi SHeeghram Manovanchhitam Saadhay Saadhay Hreeng Swaahaa।
The worship of Baglamukhi who is also famous as 'Pitambara Vidya' and Valgamukhi ( yellow Colour is prominently used in her worship) for protection against the enemies and to defeat them, to get victory in the legal matters, to acquire wealth, to clear away the debts and to attain power of oratory etc.
"Bagalamukhi" is derived from "Bagala" (distortion of the original Sanskrit root "valgā") and "mukha", meaning "bridle" and "face", respectively. Thus, the name means one whose face has the power to capture or control. She thus represents the hypnotic power of the Goddess. Another interpretation translates her name as “crane faced” (a false interpretation).
Bagalamukhi has a golden complexion and her dress is yellow. She sits in a golden throne in the midst of an ocean of nectar full of yellow lotuses. A crescent moon adorns her head. Two descriptions of the goddess are found in various texts - The Dwi-Bhuja (two handed), and the Chaturbhuja (Four handed).
The Dwi-Bhuja depiction is the more common, and is described as the Soumya or milder form. She holds a club in her right hand with which she beats a demon, while pulling his tongue out with her left hand. This image is sometimes interpreted as an exhibition of stambhana, the power to stun or paralyse an enemy into silence. This is one of the boons for which Bagalamukhi’s devotees worship her. Other Mahavidya goddesses are also said to represent similar powers useful for defeating enemies, to be invoked by their worshippers through various rituals.
Bagalamukhi is also called Pitambaradevi or Brahmastra Roopini and she turns each thing into its opposite. She turns speech into silence, knowledge into ignorance, power into impotence, defeat into victory. She represents the knowledge whereby each thing must in time become its opposite. As the still point between dualities she allows us to master them. To see the failure hidden in success, the death hidden in life, or the joy hidden in sorrow are ways of contacting her reality. Bagalamukhi is the secret presence of the opposite wherein each thing is dissolved back into the Unborn and the Uncreated.