Om Eim Hrim Shrim Klim Sauh Sat Chid Ekam Brahma

Goddess Kali and Baglamukhi wanted to be set in their temples through me. I did the same. When I initiated the constructions of Kali Mandir (near Qutub Minra, Near Delhi) and Ma Baglamukhi Peeth (at Karala Village, New Delhi), the paths to reach them both were full of obstacles but then goddesses themselves guided me.

I only set the first brick, rest was arranged by goddesses themselves. In the constructions of both temples, I was just a cause behind beginning but I was never the cause behind any conclusion. I bow myself to the splendor of goddesses of Kali and Baglamukhi and thanks them millions of times to be set in their temples through me.

Achievements: Established The Temples of Goddess Kali and Bagulamukhi

kali mandir

"Kali Mahakali Kalike Parmeshwari Sarvanandkari Devi Narayani Namostute."

I bow my head to the Goddess Kali who is also known as Maha kali, who brings everlasting happiness and who is known as narayani.

Kali also known as Kalika is the goddess of empowerment, or Shakti. The name of kali is driven from kala that means black, time, death, lord of death: Shiva, who is also known as Kala or the time that’s eternal. In simple language, Kali is the goddess of Time or Death; Power and Destruction.

baglamukhi mandir

Om Hleem Baglamukhi Sarwdushtanam Wacham Mukham Padam
Stambhay Jihwa Kilay Buddhi Vinashay Hleem Om swaha.

Oh Goddess, paralyze the speech and feet of all evil people. Pull their tongue, destroy their intellect.

Baglamukhi is one the ten goddesses in Hindu religion. In north India, the goddess Baglamukhi is also known as Pitambara Maa. People worship the goddess to defeat enemies. She smashes the misconception and delusions (or devetee’s enemies) with here cudgel.

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