Shree Adishakti Mata Bhuvaneshwari Peet
Jharkhand , East Singhbhum
Bhuvaneshwari Peeth, Jamshedpur is one of the most important Devi shrines of Jharkhand. The temple is dedicated to Maa Bhuvaneshwari popularly known as Adhishakti Jagdamba in the "Devi Bhagwat Puran". The peetham was established by Swamij Sri Ranga Rajan Ji Maharaj on 26th January 1978. Located at Bhuvangiri hills at a height 360ft above sea level, the temple also houses a Hanuman temple, Nava graha temple and Krishna Temple.
Swamiji Sri Ranga Rajan Ji Maharaj, the founder Acharya of Bhuvaneshwari Peeth Jamshedpur, had a dream of Adhishakti Mata Bhuvaneshwari and he established the Bhuvaneshwari Peetham and a temple on a hill at a place close to his residence in the year 18th July 1975. As Per the Devi Oracle, the place had a natural Swayambu Shivlingam with a natural face of Lord Ganesha engraved on it. In the year 1976, Swamiji Voluntarily resigned from his job at t...View more
e Tata Motors and dedicated his life in the service of Devi Maa. On 11th October 1976 the idols of Maa Bhuvaneshwari, Lord Ganesh, Lord Karthik and Sri Yantram were brought to Jamshedpur and installed at Swamiji's residence in the Telco Colony.On 24th July 1983, the idols of Maa Bhuvaneshwari were finally consecratd on the Bhuvangiri Hills. The temple was completed in 1990.
The Bhuvaneshwari Temple is located at the Bhuvangiri hills, at a height of 360ft above sea level. This Temple is thoroughly constructed with the style of South Indian architecture. The shrine has 36ft high Garbha Griham ( Sanctum Sanctorum ) and the Rajgopuram is 64ft high or equivalent to a five storeyed building. The Temple main hall consists of eight pillars decorated with eight different forms of Sri Lakshmi Devi.
The century- old enriched history, music, art, religion, food and people exhibit the true essence of Jharkhand's culture. This new Indian state that has been dissected mostly from Bihar held its capital at Ranchi. There are multiple pilgrimages in this eastern state of India. Devotees from across the country and abroad come to this beautiful state to explore the shrines of their concerned sects. Besides, the temples, churches and mosques, the state of Jharkhand has many beautiful places to explore such as Netarhat, Deoghar, Ranchi, Dhanbad, Sahebganj, Maithon, Masanjore and more. Rajrappa, Jaganathpur Temple, Bhadra Kali Temple, Angrabari, Trikuti, Basukinath, Mahadev Sal, Maa Giri Rajeswari, Kulbonga Mahadev etc are some of the most important Hindu Shrines at Jharkhand.
Bhuvaneshwari Temple Bhuvanagiri Dham, Teclo Jamshedpur-831004
Pilgrims have to drop at the Tatanagar Railway Station. From there they can avail buses and taxis to reach the temple. Those who are coming via plane have to land at the Birsamunda airport located in Ranchi. Traveling through the roadways is also possible as NH 23 connects Jharkhand with rest of the country.
Daily Puja, Mangal Aarati, Maha Aarati Seva, Abhishek, Alankaram of Vastra and Pushpa, Vishesh Puja, Prasadam Nivedan, Yagyas, Vishnu Sahashranama, Chandan Decoration
Maha Prasad, Milk, Aarti, Deep in Ghee and Til oil, Bastra Alankar, Pushpa Alankar, Anna Prasad, Chandan Decoration, Vishnu Sahasranama
Shira Abhishek ( Abhishek with milk ) Fridays
Maha Abhishek ( with maha prasadam ) Fridays
Rudra Abhishek ( For Lord Shiva ) Mondays
Maha Abhishek ( with Vastram ) All Days
Sahasranama All Days
100 Deep Alankar In Ghee Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
100 Deep Alankar In Til Oil Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
Anna Prasadam All Days
Panchamrit Abhishekam Fridays
Chandan Decoration All Days
Vishnu Sahasranama (At balajee temple ) All Days
Sharad Navaratri Utsav, Vasant Navaratri Utsav, Maha Shivratri Utsav,Vaikunt Ekadashi, Performed at the Balaji Temple. Special days of Pujas are Friday,Saturday,Tuesday,Sunday.
Feb:- Maha Shiv Ratri
Sept :- Ganesh Chaturthi
Oct :- Nov