West Bengal Shaktipeetha Darshan Yatra | Pilgrimaide.com

West Bengal Shaktipeetha Darshan Yatra | The Shakthipeethas of West Bengal

Legend

Daksha, unhappy with his daughter Sati's marriage to Lord Shiva, refused to invite Shiva to the yagna he was performing. Relenting to Sati who wanted to visit her father, Shiva allowed his wife to go the yagna.  There, Daksha insulted Shiva. Unable to bear her father's disrespect towards her husband, Sati immolated herself. Shiva, in his wrathful form of Veerabhadra, destroyed the yagna and killed Daksha.The ire and grief of Shiva, manifeste...View more

Purpose

It is believed that paying homage to these shrines make the devotee free from all the sins and wrongdoings. It is believed that the Goddess with grace her devotees with prosperity.

Yatra Preparations

Some of the temples are in rural area with not much information regarding the location and route. Make sure to collect all the needed data regarding the way to these shrines or book the yatra with a travel agency who undertake trips to these Shaktipeethas.

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Pooja Samagri

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Area Covered

West Bengal
Language spoken :- Bangla

Auspicious Days

Tuesdays and Fridays are considered auspicious in most Devi temples.
Navratri is an important festival in these temples.

Best time to Travel

The shrines are opened through out the year.

Darshan Info Clock Duration

3 to 4 days from Kolkatta

Most of the temples can be reached by road.

Travel Method

Most of the temples can be reached by road.

Crowd Expected

Most of these temples witness a steady flow of devotees during the peak season.
On holidays and festival days a large number of devotees visit these shrines.

Festivals

Tuesdays and Fridays are considered auspicious in most Devi temples.
Navratri is an important festival in these temples.

Must Haves

The devotees are advised to wear light cotton clothing and traditional attire in the temples. 
If travelling during winter, it is advisable to carry light woollens.
Water bottles, light snacks, first aid kit should be carried in the day pack.

Health Awarness

Some of these temples are in rural area with scant medical facilities. Please carry any special medications for the entire duration of the trip.

Climate

The summers from March to June are hot with temperatures in the high thirties. Heavy rainfall occurs during the monsoon season from July to September. The winters are pleasant with temperature in the low twenties, though the parts of the state in higher altitudes can see single digit temperature during this season.

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Abpatel on Mar 17, 2018 05:26 AM
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