Bhramari Devi Mandir is located at a distance of 20 KM in the west direction from Jalpaiguri. This Shaktipeeth is established on the banks of the Teesta River in Bodaganj forest. Bhramari Devi Mandir is thronged by devotees daily. It is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths. Sati’s left foot had fallen here. Here Vyomkesh Bhairav is revered with God in the name of Goddess Sarvanandkari.
According to the bench decision mechanism, Tristotra is the sixteenth Shaktipeeth in order. The left foot of the goddess fell in Tristotra. In ‘Tantra Chudamani’ also, there is talk of the degeneration of the Goddess in the same way. In the Panchang of Madangupta, the location of this Peeth has been described at a place called Shalbari in Bodaganj of Jalpaiguri district and it has been mentioned sequentially in the sixteenth place.
Most of the Satipeeths in Bengal have the history of temple building memorized by the local residents. A separate Shri is present in those Satipeeth temples in the procession of devotees. Where regular service goes on in the temple and adjoining areas. And, this satipeeth is an exception among them. Where there are mythological stories. But there are thousands of disagreements about the history of temple buildings. Even, there is a difference of opinion about whether the Satipeeth is here or not.
This Satipeeth is Trisrota. The goddess is worshipped here in the name of Bhramari. According to Peethanirnaya Tantra, the left foot of the goddess fell here. According to some, Jalpeshdham is the original seat of Goddess Bhramari. Some beleive, this Shaktipeeth is in the Bodaganj region of Jalpaiguri district. According to some, this Shaktipeeth is in the Bodaganj region of Jalpaiguri district. Although Bhairava is the God here, many believe that he is Jalpesh. Because the Shiv Mandir of Jalpesh is very famous nearby. A group of devotees believes that Jalpesh is that God. Be that as it may, the goddess said to have killed Arunasura in the form of Bhramara. Hence his name is Bhramari.
However, there are different opinions about when the Bhramari Devi Mandir built here, but the most accepted one is that a saint wearing a red shawl arrived a few decades ago. His tresses reached his feet. He used to worship and perform Yagna in this temple for a long time. It was the saint who found the stone left foot of the goddess under three thick tree trunks. A devotee also painted a map of the temple on the wall of Falakatta station. Not only that, it is said that two officials of the Geological Survey of India also came to this temple and preached the glory of the goddess to the local residents.
Information received from Shri Chandi Murti Rahasya that Bhramari Devi Tejomandal Pradipta – multivarnabhushita, various ornaments adornment. They are wearing whirlpools of different varnas. She is the goddess of epidemic or great death. That is why naturally her favorite abode is the cremation ground. Goddess Bhramari is a special form of Jagannamata Chandika. In the tenth chapter, the mother herself says ‘Ekaivaham Jagtyanna Dwitiya Ma Mamapara’.
There is only me in this world, except me there is no one else. Here a devotee said in a dream- ‘Whoever worships me, I will accept that worship in that form.’ Brahmarishi Satyadev has said in Sri Sri Chandi’s commentary ‘Sadhan Samar’ that Bhramari means the enemy of illusion. One who destroys illusions. The mother of flesh and blood, the enemy of illusion or pleasure, causes us to be brought to this world. That is why Jagtik Maa is the first form of Bhramari Devi.
You are Jagannamata even after worshiping the mother. Those who worship their mother do not need pilgrimage. It doesn’t matter if there is no instrument or bhajan. The entire area of the temple is 20 beeches.
Puja and Believe:
Local residents believe that the goddess is very awake here. By whose grace one saved from many dangers. Be it domestic dispute or legal. However, everything is a matter of faith. And, the argument is far from over. Special pujas held in this temple on Durga Puja and Maghi Purnima. Many devotees come here from far and wide during this time.
40-50 lakh devotees visit every year.
Click to Follow: Facebook and Twitter
You May Also Read:
Baijnath Shiv Temple, Kangra, Himachal
Dharmeshwar Mahadev Temple, Himachal
The Srikanteshwara Temple, Nanjangud, Karnataka
Virupaksha Temple, Hampi,Karnataka
Kalahasteeswarar Vayu Lingam Temple, Andhra Pradesh
Vishwanath Temple, Kashi, Uttarpradesh
Kailashanath Temple At Ellora, Maharastra
Brihadeshwara Temple, Thanjavur, Tamilnadu
Elephanta Caves Shiva Temple, Maharastra
Neelkanth Mahadev Temple , Uttarakhand
Kangra Brijeshwari Temple, Himachal
Kangra Chamunda Devi Temple, Himachal
Meenakshi Mandir, Madurai, Tamilnadu
Kumari Devi Temple(Kanyakumari), Tamilnadu
Durga Temple, Aihole, Karnataka
Shringeri Sharadamba Temple,Karnataka
Mahalakshmi Temple, Kolhapur, Maharastra
Kiriteswari Temple, West Bengal
Sankat Mochan Hanuman Mandir, Varanasi, Uttarpradesh
Hanumangarhi Temple, Ayodhya, Uttarpradesh
Hanuman Temple, Allahabad, Uttarpradesh
Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore, Rajasthan
Ganapatipule Temple, Ratnagiri, Maharastra
Bada Ganesh Temple Of Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh
Ranganathaswamy Temple, Andhra Pradesh
Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple, Kerala
Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Kerala