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  • Vimala (Bimala) is worshipped as the presiding goddess of the Purushottama (Puri) Shakti Pitha by Shaktas.Jagannath-Wikipedia
  • Simultaneously, the deities are regarded as the bhairava with Vimala (the devi or the consort of Shiva) installed in the campus of the temple.Jagannath Temple, Puri-Wikipedia
  • The Tantric texts claim Jagannath to their own, to be Bhairava, and his companion to be same as Goddess Vimala is the Shakti.Jagannath-Wikipedia
  • The Vimala Temple (Bimala Temple) is considered one of the most important of the Shaktipeeths marks the spot where the Goddess Sati's navel fell.Jagannath Temple, Puri-Wikipedia
  • These vaag devis are Vasini, Kameshwari, Modhinee, Vimala, Aruna, Jayinee, Sarveshwari, Koulini.Tripura Sundari-Wikipedia
  • The steam-cooked food is offered to Lord Jagannath first and then to Bimalaa Debi after which it becomes Mahaprasad.Mahaprasad (Jagannath Temple)-Wikipedia
  • In the six angles are depicted four goddesses: Durga-VimaIa, Kamala-Laksmi, Uttara Durga and Batamangala, together with Garuda on the south, and the summit of the Blue Mountain on the north.Samkha Kshetra-Wikipedia
  • Like (Bimala, Pada Khanda) inside the Jagannath Temple, Puri, Odisha, (Tara Tarini) Sthana Khanda (Breasts), near Brahmapur, Odisha, (Kamakhya, Yoni khanda) in Guwahati, Assam and (Dakhina Kalika, Mukha khanda) in Kolkata, West Bengal originated from the limbs of the Corpse of Mata Sati.Kamakhya-Wikipedia
  • The deities here are Jagannath (Lord Vishnu) and the devi is Vimala (Bhairavi).Govardhana matha-Wikipedia
  • While Matangi is offered human Uchchhishta, the goddess Vimala is offered divine Uchchhishta of the god Jagannath, a form of Vishnu.Uchchhishta-Wikipedia
  • The naivedhya is thereafter offered to the sibling deities that is again offered to Bimalaa, a form of Shakti.Mahaprasad (Jagannath Temple)-Wikipedia
  • In the hymn, Vimala is the goddess of Puri and Viraja (Girija) is the goddess worshiped in the Utkala Kingdom, which became Odisha.Biraja Temple-Wikipedia
  • Simultaneously, the deities are regarded as the bhairava with Vimala (the devi or the consort of Shiva) installed in the campus of the temple.Saty Narayan Ji Mandir, Nabha-Wikipedia
  • The presiding deity in this shrine is goddess Vimala with a Shiva linga.Varahanatha Temple-Wikipedia
  • The annual shodasha dinatmaka or 16 day puja beginning 8 days prior to Mahalaya of Ashwin month for goddess Vimala and ending on Vijayadashami, is of great importance, in which both the utsava murty of lord Madanmohan and Vimala take part.List of festivals observed at Jagannatha Temple, Puri-Wikipedia
  • It mentions Kamakhya as one of four primary shakti peethas: the others being the Vimala Temple within the Jagannath Temple complex in Puri, Odisha; Tara Tarini) Sthana Khanda (Breasts), near Brahmapur, Odisha, and Dakhina Kalika in Kalighat, Kolkata, in the state of West Bengal, originated from the limbs of the Corpse of Mata Sati.Kamakhya Temple-Wikipedia
  • Like (Vimala, Pada Khanda) inside the Jagannath Temple, Puri, Odisha, (Tara Tarini) Sthana Khanda (Breasts), near Brahmapur, Odisha, (Kamakhya, Yoni khanda) near Guwahati, Assam and (Dakshina Kalika Kalighat, Mukha khanda) in Kolkata, West Bengal originated from the limbs of the Corpse of Mata Sati.Taratarini Temple-Wikipedia
  • The mythological texts which include the Kalika Purana (Asthashakti,) recognize the four major Shakti Peethas -- Bimala where resides the Pada Khanda (feet) (the temple is inside the Jagannath Temple, Puri, Odisha), Tara Tarini housing the Stana Khanda (Breasts), (near Brahmapur, Odisha), Kamakshya, Yoni khanda (vagina) (near Guwahati, Assam) and Dakshina Kalika, Mukha khanda (in Kolkata, West Bengal) originated from the lifeless body of the goddess Sati.Kalighat-Wikipedia
  • Some of the great religious texts like the Shiva Purana, the Devi Bhagavata, the Kalika Purana,the AstaShakti and Pithanirnaya Tantra recognize four major Shakti Peethas (centers), like Bimala (Pada Khanda) (inside the Jagannath Temple of Puri, Odisha), Tara Tarini (Sthana Khanda, Purnagiri, Breasts) (Near Berhampur, Odisha), Kamakhya Temple (Yoni Khanda) (Near Guwahati, Assam) and Dakshina Kalika (Mukha Khanda) (Kolkata, West Bengal) originated from the parts of the corpse of Mata Sati in the Satya Yuga.Shakti Peetha-Wikipedia
  • These vaag devis are Vasini, Kameshvari, Aruna, Vimala, Jayani, Modini, Sarveshvari, Kaulini.Lalita Sahasranama-Wikipedia
  • The temple has shrines dedicated to Shiva, Ganesh, Bimala.Jagannath Temple, Chennai-Wikipedia
  • Height: 42' 3" Length and breadth: 31'6" x 31'6" Wrappings: Red, Black color cloths Guarded by: Jayadurga Name of the charioteer: Arjuna The flag: Nadambika The horses: Rochika(ରୋଚିକା), Mochika(ମୋଚିକା), Jita(ଜିତା), Aparajita(ଅପରାଜିତା) The rope: Swarnachuda Naguni Presiding Nine Deities: (i) Chandi(ଚଣ୍ଡି) (ii) Chamunda(ଚାମୁଣ୍ଡା ) (iii) Ugratara(ଉଗ୍ରତର) (iv) Banadurga(ବନଦୁର୍ଗା ) (v) Shulidurga (vi) Varahi(ବରାହୀ) (vii) Shyamakali (viii) Mangala (ix) VimalaRatha Yatra (Puri)-Wikipedia

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