Articles — Baglamukhi

Shri Bagla Pratyangira kavach for defeating enemy (श्री बगला प्रत्यंगिरा कवच)

Apr 07 2021 Tags: 10 Mahavidya, Baglamukhi, Das Mahavidya, Dus Mahavidya, Kavach, Pratyangira, sanskrit

Shri Bagla Pratyangira kavach is mentioned in Rudramalaya tantram during Shiva Parvati interaction. Shri Bagla Pratyangira kavach is chanted to defeat enemy. This is one time process and the whole ritual should be done only once to get rid of enemy. One should chant the Kavacha 100 times to get rid of enemy, its mentioned in kavacha itself, but we recommend to do this kavacha 400 times to get the desires fulfilled as its Kalyuga and in Kalyuga every thing or ritual has to be done four times. One can start the ritual on any thursday or on any auspicious day like diwali ,...

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Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra in Sanskrit ( श्री बगलामुखी अष्टोत्तर शतनाम स्तोत्र )

May 31 2017 Tags: Baglamukhi, sanskrit, stotram

Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra lists 108 names of Goddess Bagalamukhi, which are collectively known as Ashtottara Shatnaam or Ashtottara Shatanamavali of Goddess Bagalamukhi. Goddess Baglamukhi is an incarnation of Goddess Shakti and is one of the Mahavidhyas. There are several legends associated with Baglamukhi Mata. She is the eighth Mahavidhya among the 10 Mahavidhyas. Goddess Baglamukhi is also sometimes referred to as Bagala, Baglamukhi, Valga, and Pitambara Devi. Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam Stotra is chanted to power & dominance over enemies. Chanting of Shri Baglamukhi Ashtottara Shatnaam stotra brings victory over enemies and success in lawsuits. It also provided ultimate protection.    माँ बगलामुखी १० महाविद्याओं में आठवां...

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Mata Baglamukhi kavach in Sanskrit ( माता बगलामुखी कवच )

May 05 2017 Tags: Baglamukhi, Kavach, sanskrit

Mata Baglamukhi maintains the eighth significant position among all the ten Dus Mahavidya's. Bagalamukhi" is derived from "valga" original Sanskrit word and "mukha", meaning "face". Maa Bagalamukhi wears yellow dress and has a golden complexion marked by peace and prosperity. Mata Bagalamukhi is also called Pitambara devi or Brahmastra Roopini seated on the golden throne in the middle of an ocean of nectar full of yellow lotuses. A crescent moon as an ornament at her head makes her look more attractive. Goddess Baglamukhi means one whose face has the power to conquer or control. Baglamukhi kavach is the ultimate weapon...

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