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Tantra Puja and Devi Darshan - Shaktipeeth tour of Himachal Pradesh

 

Package Overview

This very special package is offered by Holidaytravel to help suffering devotees of any kind ( Court Cases defeat, Health Issues, Education Issues, Financial Issues, winning over Political Opponents, Winning over Corporate Opponents, Ward off evil eye etc).

In this package we take you secretly to all top Shaktipeeths of Himachal where Tantra Havan and puja is organized for your beneft. You are requested to emark on this journey discreetly and secretly. In the past this tour was already undertaken by Chosen few ( rich & politicians), but now we have made this special Tantra Puja tour available for you.

 

Tantra Puja Package - Days/Rates/Dates

  • This special Tantra Puja & Devi Darshan package is designed for 3 nights and 4 Days.
  • You will be seeking Blessing of Shaktipeeth Chintpurni Mata & then performing Tantra Puja in  Jwalamukhi Devi, Kangra Devi, Bagulamukhi Devi and Finally Chamunda Devi Temples in this package
  • Special Tantra Puja at Baglamukhi Devi, Jwalamukhi devi and Chamunda Devi for your and family benefit
  • One night Hotel Hotel Stay in Kangra
  • Two Night Hotel Stay in Dharmashala-Mcleodganj
  • Site Seeing and Tourism in Dharamshala - Mcleodganj
  • Final Blessing with Tantra Puja in ShivBari Gagret
  • Return to Chandigarh/Delhi

 

Day-1-Morning

Tanta Puja Yatra + Kumari Pujan + Chintpurni Devi Shakti Peeth

It is suggested not to proceed to Jwala mukhi Devi Straight, but to visit Chintpurni Devi First, Chintpurni devi is also known as Chinnmastika devi of ten mahavidya category. After seeking blessings from Chintpurni Devi, you can leave for Jwalaji and Baglamukhi Devi ji for Tantrik Puja

 

On way to Chintpurni, Many devotees perform the dandwat yatra, Reach Devi Mata temple not by walking but by rolling or lying down and move full body length at a time. This is known as extreme form of devotion and goddess blesses the devotees..

 

Kumari Pujan/Kanya Pujan in Devi Darshan

Mata ji's offerings include yellow Chunni, silver Chattar, basket of flowers for the Mother. If you want kumari Puja, you can proceed to a school nearby where school can arrange for 11 kumaris of 8-10 years old for poojan.

Kumaris sit in a line and chant Gayatri mantra, while bigger girls were called to sing Devi Mata Bhejs/bhajans. You need to wash feet of the kumaris, apply tilka, offer eatables to them and  gave dakshina(money), finally touch their feet to sought their blessings. You can also offer chunnis, hair clips, bindis etc to all the kumaris.

 

Day-1-Afternoon

Tantra Pooja at Jwalamukhi Temple

Jwalamukhi Temple is a famous temple and very popular in Tantra Pooja/Saadhna as tantra pooja is still secretly practiced. Just a few feet above the Jwalamukhi temple there is a six-feet deep pit with a circumference of about three-feet.

At the bottom of this pit there is another small pit about one and a half feet deep with hot water bubbling all the time.Usually milk and water are offered and the ahutis or oblations are offered to the sacred flames in the pit, situated in the centre of the temple in between the floor pillars supporting the roof.


In Jwalamukhi temple, you will meet many tantriks, who come here for self realization and can offer you special pooja to ward off evil spirits and get you out of problems. these tantriks smear their body and faces with ash and tikka and follow the doctrines of Goraknath and live their life in a guarded manner.

 

Jwala Mukhi Devi as Monther of Tantra

Jwalaji is the sidha peetha of Mother Dhumavati, one of the 10 Mahavidyas. 10 Mahavidyas hold supreme place in Tantra philosophy. If she is angry, many sufferings happen like loss of money, sorrows, pains and illness…. just opposite Laxmi.

But Mother Dhumavati is also very kind and compassionate. Anyone worshipping her with devotion and love gets the boon – I Dhumavati will never visit your family… means the Bhakta is free from poverty, child death and sufferings and remains happy in life.


Mother Dhumavati is adored by Tantrics and Top Tantriks of olden times, In fact, no tantra worship is complete without having a visit here.

 

Gorakh-Dibbi Tour & Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath Ji

Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath was so powerful in his tapasya that Mother appeared before him and asked for a boon. Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath asked her to give him khichri. With Jwalaji’s power the cold water started boiling and Guruji asked mother to wait for him till he comes back. After this Guru left Jwalaji and never returned… so that Shakti remains there as per her promise.


Gorakh Tibbi (wrongly spoken as Dibbi) is the place where that cold water is boiling. A Nath sadhu will show the small pit where water is boiling and is cold. This is due to the fact that gas is bubbling out from the water and it looks like boiling. Then the Nath Sadhu will put a burning flame on the surface of water and with a booom, the blue flame comes out of water and goes upto roof

Jwalamukhi temple is a destination for those, impacted with the evil effects of witchcrafts and black magic etc. Tantra praying gets you relief and mental peace.  Tantriks perform Yantra pujas in the temple to drive away such evil effects.

In the Temple, There is a mystic Yantra of the goddess, which is covered with, shawls, ornaments and mantras are recited. The puja has different 'phases' and goes on practically the whole day. Aarti is performed five times in the day, havan is performed once daily and portions of Durga Saptasati are recited.

Jwalamukhi temple is of great significance to tantriks and attracts thousands of believers and skeptics. The temple is Guarded and cared for by the fierce-looking followers of Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath — who is known to have been blessed with miraculous powers — the spot is no more than a small circle of about three feet in circumference.

A short flight of stairs leads down to the grotto-like enclosure. Within this grotto are two small pools of crystal-clear water, fed by natural underground springs. Three orange yellow jets of flame flare continuously, steadily, from the sides of the pool, barely inches above the surface of the water, which appears to be on the boil, bubbling away merrily. However, you will be amazed to discover that the apparently boiling water is in fact refreshingly cold. 

 

Day-1-Evening

Baglamukhi Temple Tour &  Tantra Puja

(For Victory over enemies, Victory in Court Case, Warding off evil spirits) at Mata Baglamukhi Temple

 

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.

 

Deotsidh Visit

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.


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.

 

About Baglamukhi Devi

Out of the ten mahavidyas, Baglamukhi is very ferocious devi who has power to stop anything i.e stambhan shakti. The temple located by the side of national highway.It is always crowded by people standing in the line for darshan or performing Tantrik havan for Shanti. Langar/food and Tea etc is offered from the community kitchen. Many were having tea etc. Big Yellow chunnis were offered by the pujari to the travellers as prasadam. Pandit Dinesh Ji at Bagulamukhi temple can be met to arrange poojas.

 

 

Tantrik Sadhana at Devi Temple

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.

 

Day -2 - Morning ( After Night Stay in Kangra)

Brajeshwari/Vrajeshwari/Kangra Devi Darshan ( Tantrik Pooja at Brajeshwari Devi or Kangra Devi)

 

Legend of Brajeshwari/Vrajeshwari/Kangra Devi

When Sati left her body in Daksha yajna, lord Shiva became very angry and his ganas totally wrecked the mandap and beat various Rishis and Devtas there. Daksh Prajapati was also beheaded. Lord Shiva took the dead body of his consort Parvati on his shoulder and started roaming all the places. He stopped the work of annihilation as a result of which whole cosmic creation became imbalanced. Everyone requested lord Vishnu to step in. He cut the body of Sati in to 51 pieces with his chakra. Where ever they fell those places came to be known as Shakti peeths.


It is said her left breast fell which became like vajra on falling down. Another place it is written that her head fell here and it only appeared as pindi which is established in the temple. She is also known as Vageshwari Devi.


Tantrik Pujan at kangra Devi Mata Temple

It is also written that in the earlier times the poojan of the devi was dine as per the tantric traditions. Acharya Shambhunath use to stay here. He followed vama marg of sadhana and was held in great esteem by Abhinav gupt and his Guru Jairath of Kashmir Shaivism. They always consulted him before writing any major granth. Out of the ten mahavidyas this devi is known as Tripursundari. Earlier all the poojan was done as per tantric procedure of Tripursundari.  

 
About Trigarta Pradesh - Kangra ( Also known as Kaikey Pradesh)

Kangra comprises of three valleys and hence it was called Trigart during the time of Panini. During the times of Rama, from Vipasha to Kandhar whole area was called Kaikey Pradesh. Queen Kaikeyi of king Dashrath belonged to this area only. At many places it is also known as Susharmpur, due to its king whose name was Susharm Chandra during the times of Mahabharata. He fought from the side of Kauravas.  


Also Known as Jalandhar Peeth or BheemKot

This temple is called Jallandhar Peeth, while Jagannath Puri temple is known as Udyaan peeth, Gauhati Kamakhya Devi temple is known as Kaamroop peeth while Mallikarjun parvat temple in Andhrapradesh is known as Poorngiri peeth.

In Rajtarangini of Kalhan and travelogues of Hyuntsang this place has been mentioned as Jalandhar and Trigart. Mahmood Gazni, his mantri Farishta wrote its name as Bheemkot. May be it refers to some fort built by Bheem, one of the pandavas. It was also called Nagarkot i.e city where a fort is. Kam means head and Gada means struck under ground and hence the modern name of Kangra. It is also called Jallandhar peeth as the back of demon Jallandhar was struck here. Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath’s contemporary Jalandhar nath did his sadhana of Jalandhar Bandh here only.


Brajeshwari Devi Temple ( Looting by Invaders, Destruction and Reconstruction)

It is very difficult to point the exact time of building of this temple. But recorded history shows that it has repeatedly looted by many muslim invaders like Mahmud Gaznavi, Muhammad Tuglak, Firozshah Tuglak, Shahabuddin of Kashmir, Shershah Suri etc. between 1009 to 1540. Mahmood Gaznavi historian Farishta has recorded that they looted 700000 gold dinars, more than 28000 kgs of gold and silver plates, more than 8000 kgs of golden bricks, 80000 kgs silver, 8000 kgs of precious stones, 28x20 gaz silver house, 40x20 gaz chandwa, 2 pillars each of gold and silver.

At that time English man Kaningham valued it as 17,57,000 pounds. Muslim Akbar held this temple in great esteem and walked without shoes to pay his respects here. It is evident from the local folk songs. On 24th August, 1809 Maharaja Raknjit Singh took it under his control.

The temple was destroyed in the great earth quake of 4th April, 1905 and was restored fully by a committee made for the welfare of the temple.


Holy Trident at Devi Mata Temple


There is a trident of the devi on which ten mahavidya yantras are engraved. It is said that in case of any woman having problems in delivering, or any one having problem in leaving his body, water from this trident was given to them which helped them to deliver or leave ones body easily. After sitting a few minutes under the great peepal tree inside the temple one prepared for the journey ahead.

 

Day -2 - Afternoon.

Chamunda Devi Tantra Puja in Shamshan- MahaShamshan

Chamunda devi had killed the demons Chand and Mund and hence her name Chamunda. All the devtas had requested her to take care of the demons in the battle field. Devi killed them all and drank their blood and became so ferocious that devtas could not face her. So they requested lord Shiva to make her shant. Lord Shiva intervened and appeased her. She agreed to become shant once she is offered one body every day. Thus from that time it became a ritual here to offer one dead body to her everyday. There is a small river flowing here. So people who live on the other side cremate their bodies on the other side of the river while those who live on this side of the river cremate their dead bodies on this side. Thus it is called a mahashamshaan. If there is no dead body available for cremation on any day then a dry grass effigy is made and burnt as offering to the Mother.


In the cremation ground, on this side of the river where the temple is, a naga sadhu by the name of Mahant Rajgiri Naga baba lives. In his kutiya he has a dhooni(fire place) on which havans are performed. Sacred havans can be performed at the Chamunda Devi temple.

 

Day -2 - Evening )

Tantra Pooja at Baijnath Temple

Another Tantra Pooja Destination is Baijnath Temple about 70 kms from Jwalamukhi Devi Temple at the foot of the Dhauladhar Ranges. Inside, the ‘lingam’ of Vaidyanath (Lord Shiva) has long been a symbol of veneration for the vast number of pilgrims who visit this ancient temple the year around. The temple priests claim a lineage as old as the temple. Tantriks and yogis admit that they travel to Baijnath to seek some of the healing powers possessed by Lord Shiva, the Lord of Physicians.

 

Mahakal Temple near Baijnath

The temple is located in a very scenic setting and is very neat & clean. The architecture is also ancient. Near to Baijnath Temple is  Mahakaal temple. This temple is said to be sadhna sthali of many gandharwas, yakshas & Jalandhar. One can not stay in the temple to do tapasya or any other anushthaan. In the Compound is also the temple of Shani and one offer black, daal, sesame seeds and oil to statue. Then one did poojan of Durga mata also there.

Incidentally, the water at Baijnath is reputed to possess remarkable digestive properties and it is said that until the recent past, the rulers in Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh would drink only water obtained from Baijnath.


Day 2 - Night ( Proceed to Dharamshala for Relaxation - Night Stay in Dharamshala)

 

Visit Dharamshala-Mcleodganj Tour

About Dharamshala :- Great Hill Station, seat of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama

The town of Dharamsala is situated in Himachal Pradesh, on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley. With the Dhauladhar Mountains serving as its backdrop, the town presents a picturesque sight. Dharamsala is divided into two parts, the Upper Dharamsala and the Lower Dharamsala, differing by approximately 1000 m in altitude. The town serves as the headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile. Dharamshala is also the seat of His Holiness, The 14th Dalai Lama in India.

It houses a large settlement of Tibetan refugee. Monks in their robes and old Tibetans walking with rosaries in their hands or turning the prayer wheels is a common sight here. There are a number of monasteries and temples in Dharamsala, which serves as the major attractions for the tourists coming here. There are also several institutes here, set up to conserve the art, culture and traditions of Tibet.

 

Namgyal Monastery in DharamsalaTourist Attractions of Dharamsala

Namgyal Monastery
The personal monastery of The Dalai Lama, Namgyal is situated in Upper Dharamsala. It houses huge stucco statues of the Buddha, Avalokitesvara and Padmasambhava. The monastery also consists of an institute for learning, where futures Lamas are provided with higher Tibet studies.

Gangchen Kyishong
The offices of the Tibetan government-in-exile and the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives are located here.

Monastery of Nechung Oracle
The monastery of Nechung Oracle is situated within the complex of Gangchen Kyishong. The official oracle of The Dalai Lama sits here.

Men-Tse-Khang
It is the center for Tibetan Medicine, located very near to Nechung.

Norbulingka Monastery
The beautiful monastery of Norbulingka boasts of a rich collection of art, paintings, handicrafts and thankas.

 

Optional - Tantra Pooja in Rewalsar Himachal ( In Cave of Guru of Tantra - Padamsambhava)

Rewalsar has the cave temple of the great Indian Tantrik Guru Padmasambhava.The Buddha temple (Gompa) is assumed to have come into existence for the duration of the eighth century when Padmasambhava Buddha the second and the originator of Lamaism or the Tantrik cult of Buddhism (Vajrayan) emanated. It is believed that Padmasambhava selected Mandi for his spiritual exercise.

He came amazingly to this kingdom, particularly to visit the king's renowned daughter Mandharva, to preach her the teachings of Buddhism. She was a religious woman. But the heretic king burnt him alive, on the spot where the present lake, Rewalsar, is existing.

Padmasambhava changed the flame and converted it into water and outcame a lake, and Padmasambhava sat upon a Lotus stalk in the midst of the lake. The king then conceded his, unawareness and paid homage to Padmasambhava. The King's daughter Mandharva, who had been put in a deep trench full of thorns, was taken out and allowed to follow the Preacher's teachings.


Tantra Puja at ShivBari - Gagret ( On Return)


Drove to Mubarakpur chowk and then proceeded towards Gagret instead. Around 6 km is the temple of Shivbari located in a dense forest. No one cuts any tree from that jungle as it is said to belong to lord Shiva. This temple is said to be around 6000 years old and was dwelling place of Guru Dronacharya. One had darshan of the ancient Shivlingam and then proceeded back to Mubarak pur chowk.

 



Tantra Puja and Devi Darshan - Shaktipeeth tour of Himachal Pradesh - Inclusions

  • ShaktiPeeth's Covered ( Tantra Puja) in the package - Days/Rates/Dates

  • This special Tantra Puja & Devi Darshan package is designed for 3 nights and 4 Days.
  • You will be seeking Blessing of Shaktipeeth Chintpurni Mata & then performing Tantra Puja in  Jwalamukhi Devi, Kangra Devi, Bagulamukhi Devi and Finally Chamunda Devi Temples in this package
  • Special Tantra Puja at Baglamukhi Devi, Jwalamukhi devi and Chamunda Devi for your and family benefit
  • One night Hotel Hotel Stay in Kangra
  • Two Night Hotel Stay in Dharmashala-Mcleodganj
  • Site Seeing and Tourism in Dharamshala - Mcleodganj
  • Final Blessing with Tantra Puja in ShivBari Gagret
  • Return to Chandigarh/Delhi



Tantra Puja and Devi Darshan - Shaktipeeth tour of Himachal Pradesh - Inclusions

  • ShaktiPeeth's Covered ( Tantra Puja) in the package - Days/Rates/Dates

  • This special Tantra Puja & Devi Darshan package is designed for 3 nights and 4 Days.
  • You will be seeking Blessing of Shaktipeeth Chintpurni Mata & then performing Tantra Puja in  Jwalamukhi Devi, Kangra Devi, Bagulamukhi Devi and Finally Chamunda Devi Temples in this package
  • Special Tantra Puja at Baglamukhi Devi, Jwalamukhi devi and Chamunda Devi for your and family benefit
  • One night Hotel Hotel Stay in Kangra
  • Two Night Hotel Stay in Dharmashala-Mcleodganj
  • Site Seeing and Tourism in Dharamshala - Mcleodganj
  • Final Blessing with Tantra Puja in ShivBari Gagret
  • Return to Chandigarh/Delhi

Tantra Puja and Devi Darshan-Shaktipeeth tour of Himachal Pradesh - Tour itinarary

Day-1-Morning

Start Tanta Puja Yatra with Kumari Puja & Blessing from Chintpurni Devi Shakti Peeth

It is suggested not to proceed to Jwala mukhi Devi Straight, but to visit Chintpurni Devi First, Chintpurni devi is also known as Chinnmasta devi of ten mahavidya category. After seeking blessings from Chintpurni Devi, you can leave for Jwalaji and Baglamukhi Devi ji for Tantrik Puja

 

Dandwat Yatra to Goddess Chunturni  

On way to Chintpurni, Many devotees perform the dandwat yatra, Reach Devi Mata temple not by walking but by rolling or lying down and move full body length at a time. This is known as extreme form of devotion and goddess blesses the devotees..

 

Kumari Puja in Devi Darshan & Offering to Mata Chintpurni

Mata ji's offerings include yellow Chunni, silver Chattar, basket of flowers for the Mother. If you want kumari Puja, you can proceed to a school nearby where scholl can arrange for 11 kumaris og 8-10 years old for poojan. Kumaris sit in a line and chant Gayatri mantra, while bigger girls were called to sing Devi Mata Bhejs/bhajans. You need to wash feet of the kumaris, apply tilka, offer eatables to them and  gave dakshina(money), finally touch their feet to sought their blessings. You can also offer chunnis, hair clips, bindis etc to all the kumaris.

 

Day-1-Afternoon

Tantra Pooja at Jwalamukhi Temple

Jwalamukhi Temple is a famous temple and very popular in Tantra Pooja/Saadhna as tantra pooja is still secretly practiced. Just a few feet above the Jwalamukhi temple there is a six-feet deep pit with a circumference of about three-feet. At the bottom of this pit there is another small pit about one and a half feet deep with hot water bubbling all the time.Usually milk and water are offered and the ahutis or oblations are offered to the sacred flames in the pit, situated in the centre of the temple in between the floor pillars supporting the roof.


In Jwalamukhi temple, you will meet many tantriks, who come here for self realization and can offer you special pooja to ward off evil spirits and get you out of problems. these tantriks smear their body and faces with ash and tikka and follow the doctrines of Goraknath and live their life in a guarded manner.

 

Jwala Mukhi Devi as Monther of Tantra

Jwalaji is the sidha peetha of Mother Dhumavati, one of the 10 Mahavidyas. 10 Mahavidyas hold supreme place in Tantra philosophy. She is ugly, causes death of children, loss of money, brings sorrows, pains and illness…. just opposite Laxmi. No one literally worships her and people are afraid of her demonic figure. But Mother Dhumavati is very kind and compassionate. Anyone worshipping her with devotion and love gets the boon – I Dhumavati will never visit your family… means the Bhakta is free from poverty, child death and sufferings and remains happy in life.


 

 

About Mahayogi Guru Gorakhnath & Gorakh Dibbi

Guru Gorakhnath was so powerful in his tapasya that Mother appeared before him and asked for a boon. Guru Gorakhnath asked her to give him khichri. With Jwalaji’s power the cold water started boiling and Guruji asked mother to wait for him till he comes back. After this Guru left Jwalaji and never returned… so that Shakti remains there as per her promise.


Gorakh Tibbi (wrongly spoken as Dibbi) is the place where that cold water is boiling. A Nath sadhu will show the small pit where water is boiling and is cold. This is due to the fact that gas is bubbling out from the water and it looks like boiling. Then the Nath Sadhu will put a burning flame on the surface of water and with a booom, the blue flame comes out of water and goes upto roof

Jwalamukhi temple is a destination for those, impacted with the evil effects of witchcrafts and black magic etc. Tantra praying gets you relief and mental peace.  Tantriks perform Yantra pujas in the temple to drive away such evil effects.

In the Temple, There is a mystic Yantra of the goddess, which is covered with, shawls, ornaments and mantras are recited. The puja has different 'phases' and goes on practically the whole day. Aarti is performed five times in the day, havan is performed once daily and portions of Durga Saptasati are recited.

Jwalamukhi temple is of great significance to tantriks and attracts thousands of believers and skeptics. The temple is Guarded and cared for by the fierce-looking followers of Guru Gorakhnath — who is known to have been blessed with miraculous powers — the spot is no more than a small circle of about three feet in circumference.

A short flight of stairs leads down to the grotto-like enclosure. Within this grotto are two small pools of crystal-clear water, fed by natural underground springs. Three orange yellow jets of flame flare continuously, steadily, from the sides of the pool, barely inches above the surface of the water, which appears to be on the boil, bubbling away merrily. However, you will be amazed to discover that the apparently boiling water is in fact refreshingly cold. 

 

Day-1-Evening

Baglamukhi Temple - Tantra Puja ( For Victory over enemies, Victory in Court Case, Warding off evil spirits) at Mata Baglamukhi Temple

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.

Out of the ten mahavidyas, Baglamukhi is very ferocious devi who has power to stop anything i.e stambhan shakti. The temple located by the side of national highway.It is always crowded by people standing in the line for darshan or performing Tantrik havan for Shanti. Langar/food and Tea etc is offered from the community kitchen. Many were having tea etc. Big Yellow chunnis were offered by the pujari to the travellers as prasadam. Pandit Dinesh Ji at Bagulamukhi temple can be met to arrange poojas.

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.

 

Gupt-Secret Tantrik Sadhana at Devi Temple

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.

 

Day -2 - Morning ( After Night Stay in Kangra)

Brajeshwari/Vrajeshwari/Kangra Devi Darshan ( Tantrik Pooja at Brajeshwari Devi or Kangra Devi)

Legend of Brajeshwari/Vrajeshwari/Kangra Devi

When Sati left her body in Daksha yajna, lord Shiva became very angry and his ganas totally wrecked the mandap and beat various Rishis and Devtas there. Daksh Prajapati was also beheaded. Lord Shiva took the dead body of his consort Parvati on his shoulder and started roaming all the places. He stopped the work of annihilation as a result of which whole cosmic creation became imbalanced. Everyone requested lord Vishnu to step in. He cut the body of Sati in to 51 pieces with his chakra. Where ever they fell those places came to be known as Shakti peeths.


It is said her left breast fell which became like vajra on falling down. Another place it is written that her head fell here and it only appeared as pindi which is established in the temple. She is also known as Vageshwari Devi.


Tantrik Pujan at Devi Mata Temple

It is also written that in the earlier times the poojan of the devi was dine as per the tantric traditions. Acharya Shambhunath use to stay here. He followed vama marg of sadhana and was held in great esteem by Abhinav gupt and his Guru Jairath of Kashmir Shaivism. They always consulted him before writing any major granth. Out of the ten mahavidyas this devi is known as Tripursundari. Earlier all the poojan was done as per tantric procedure of Tripursundari.  

 
About Trigarta Pradesh - Kangra ( Also known as Kaikey Pradesh)

Kangra comprises of three valleys and hence it was called Trigart during the time of Panini. During the times of Rama, from Vipasha to Kandhar whole area was called Kaikey Pradesh. Queen Kaikeyi of king Dashrath belonged to this area only. At many places it is also known as Susharmpur, due to its king whose name was Susharm Chandra during the times of Mahabharata. He fought from the side of Kauravas.  


Also Known as Jalandhar Peeth or BheemKot

This temple is called Jallandhar Peeth, while Jagannath Puri temple is known as Udyaan peeth, Gauhati Kamakhya Devi temple is known as Kaamroop peeth while Mallikarjun parvat temple in Andhrapradesh is known as Poorngiri peeth.

In Rajtarangini of Kalhan and travelogues of Hyuntsang this place has been mentioned as Jalandhar and Trigart. Mahmood Gazni, his mantri Farishta wrote its name as Bheemkot. May be it refers to some fort built by Bheem, one of the pandavas. It was also called Nagarkot i.e city where a fort is. Kam means head and Gada means struck under ground and hence the modern name of Kangra. It is also called Jallandhar peeth as the back of demon Jallandhar was struck here. Guru Gorakhnath’s contemporary Jalandhar nath did his sadhana of Jalandhar Bandh here only.


Brajeshwari Devi Temple ( Looting by Muslim Invaders, Destruction and Reconstruction)

It is very difficult to point the exact time of building of this temple. But recorded history shows that it has repeatedly looted by many muslim invaders like Mahmud Gaznavi, Muhammad Tuglak, Firozshah Tuglak, Shahabuddin of Kashmir, Shershah Suri etc. between 1009 to 1540. Mahmood Gaznavi historian Farishta has recorded that they looted 700000 gold dinars, more than 28000 kgs of gold and silver plates, more than 8000 kgs of golden bricks, 80000 kgs silver, 8000 kgs of precious stones, 28x20 gaz silver house, 40x20 gaz chandwa, 2 pillars each of gold and silver.

At that time English man Kaningham valued it as 17,57,000 pounds. Muslim Akbar held this temple in great esteem and walked without shoes to pay his respects here. It is evident from the local folk songs. On 24th August, 1809 Maharaja Raknjit Singh took it under his control.

The temple was destroyed in the great earth quake of 4th April, 1905 and was restored fully by a committee made for the welfare of the temple.


Holy Trident at Devi Mata Temple


There is a trident of the devi on which ten mahavidya yantras are engraved. It is said that in case of any woman having problems in delivering, or any one having problem in leaving his body, water from this trident was given to them which helped them to deliver or leave ones body easily. After sitting a few minutes under the great peepal tree inside the temple one prepared for the journey ahead.

 

Day -2 - Afternoon.

Chamunda Devi Tantra Puja in Shamshan- MahaShamshan

Chamunda devi had killed the demons Chand and Mund and hence her name Chamunda. All the devtas had requested her to take care of the demons in the battle field. Devi killed them all and drank their blood and became so ferocious that devtas could not face her. So they requested lord Shiva to make her shant. Lord Shiva intervened and appeased her. She agreed to become shant once she is offered one body every day. Thus from that time it became a ritual here to offer one dead body to her everyday. There is a small river flowing here. So people who live on the other side cremate their bodies on the other side of the river while those who live on this side of the river cremate their dead bodies on this side. Thus it is called a mahashamshaan. If there is no dead body available for cremation on any day then a dry grass effigy is made and burnt as offering to the Mother.


In the cremation ground, on this side of the river where the temple is, a naga sadhu by the name of Mahant Rajgiri Naga baba lives. In his kutiya he has a dhooni(fire place) on which havans are performed. Sacred havans can be performed at the Chamunda Devi temple.

 

Day -2 - Evening )

Tantra Pooja at Baijnath Temple

Another Tantra Pooja Destination is Baijnath Temple about 70 kms from Jwalamukhi Devi Temple at the foot of the Dhauladhar Ranges. Inside, the ‘lingam’ of Vaidyanath (Lord Shiva) has long been a symbol of veneration for the vast number of pilgrims who visit this ancient temple the year around. The temple priests claim a lineage as old as the temple. Tantriks and yogis admit that they travel to Baijnath to seek some of the healing powers possessed by Lord Shiva, the Lord of Physicians.

 

Mahakal Temple near Baijnath

The temple is located in a very scenic setting and is very neat & clean. The architecture is also ancient. Near to Baijnath Temple is  Mahakaal temple. This temple is said to be sadhna sthali of many gandharwas, yakshas & Jalandhar. One can not stay in the temple to do tapasya or any other anushthaan. In the Compound is also the temple of Shani and one offer black, daal, sesame seeds and oil to statue. Then one did poojan of Durga mata also there.

Incidentally, the water at Baijnath is reputed to possess remarkable digestive properties and it is said that until the recent past, the rulers in Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh would drink only water obtained from Baijnath.


Day 2 - Night ( Proceed to Dharamshala for Relaxation - Night Stay in Dharamshala)

 

Visit Dharamshala-Mcleodganj after your Tantra Pooja

About Dharamshala :- Great Hill Station, seat of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama

The town of Dharamsala is situated in Himachal Pradesh, on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley. With the Dhauladhar Mountains serving as its backdrop, the town presents a picturesque sight. Dharamsala is divided into two parts, the Upper Dharamsala and the Lower Dharamsala, differing by approximately 1000 m in altitude. The town serves as the headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile. Dharamshala is also the seat of His Holiness, The 14th Dalai Lama in India.

It houses a large settlement of Tibetan refugee. Monks in their robes and old Tibetans walking with rosaries in their hands or turning the prayer wheels is a common sight here. There are a number of monasteries and temples in Dharamsala, which serves as the major attractions for the tourists coming here. There are also several institutes here, set up to conserve the art, culture and traditions of Tibet.

 

Namgyal Monastery in DharamsalaTourist Attractions of Dharamsala

Namgyal Monastery
The personal monastery of The Dalai Lama, Namgyal is situated in Upper Dharamsala. It houses huge stucco statues of the Buddha, Avalokitesvara and Padmasambhava. The monastery also consists of an institute for learning, where futures Lamas are provided with higher Tibet studies.

Gangchen Kyishong
The offices of the Tibetan government-in-exile and the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives are located here.

Monastery of Nechung Oracle
The monastery of Nechung Oracle is situated within the complex of Gangchen Kyishong. The official oracle of The Dalai Lama sits here.

Men-Tse-Khang
It is the center for Tibetan Medicine, located very near to Nechung.

Norbulingka Monastery
The beautiful monastery of Norbulingka boasts of a rich collection of art, paintings, handicrafts and thankas.

 

Optional - Tantra Pooja in Rewalsar Himachal ( In Cave of Guru of Tantra - Padamsambhava)

Rewalsar has the cave temple of the great Indian Tantrik Guru Padmasambhava.The Buddha temple (Gompa) is assumed to have come into existence for the duration of the eighth century when Padmasambhava Buddha the second and the originator of Lamaism or the Tantrik cult of Buddhism (Vajrayan) emanated. It is believed that Padmasambhava selected Mandi for his spiritual exercise.

He came amazingly to this kingdom, particularly to visit the king's renowned daughter Mandharva, to preach her the teachings of Buddhism. She was a religious woman. But the heretic king burnt him alive, on the spot where the present lake, Rewalsar, is existing.

Padmasambhava changed the flame and converted it into water and outcame a lake, and Padmasambhava sat upon a Lotus stalk in the midst of the lake. The king then conceded his, unawareness and paid homage to Padmasambhava. The King's daughter Mandharva, who had been put in a deep trench full of thorns, was taken out and allowed to follow the Preacher's teachings.


Tantra Puja at ShivBari - Gagret ( On Return)


Drove to Mubarakpur chowk and then proceeded towards Gagret instead. Around 6 km is the temple of Shivbari located in a dense forest. No one cuts any tree from that jungle as it is said to belong to lord Shiva. This temple is said to be around 6000 years old and was dwelling place of Guru Dronacharya. One had darshan of the ancient Shivlingam and then proceeded back to Mubarak pur chowk.

 

Tantra Puja and Devi Darshan-Shaktipeeth tour of Himachal Pradesh - Rates/Dates/Hotels

Total Pax

(Min.)

 

 

Cab Used

 

Luxury

Package

 (MAPAI)

Ac Car+Ac Luxury Room

Deluxe

Package

 (MAPAI)

Ac car + Ac Deluxe Room

Standard

Package

 (MAPAI)

Non Ac Car +Ac Standerd Room

Hotel Name

02

Tata Indigo,

Rs.1750/-

Rs.1600/-

 Rs.1400/-

 

 One day trip

 

 

No any hotel Used in One day Trip

 

04

 Tata Indigo ,Desire.

Rs.900/-

Rs.800/-

 Rs.700/-

04

Toyota Innova

Rs.1150/-

Rs.1050/-

 Rs.950/-

06

Toyota Innova, Tavera

Rs.740/-

Rs.680/-

 Rs.600/-

08

Inova, Toyta

Rs./580-

Rs.500/-

 Rs.450/-

12

Tempo Traveler (12 Seater)

Rs.620/-

Rs.580/-

 Rs.520/-

   

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