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Ma Tripura Sundari









The Highest form of Mahadevi, The Governess of the Universe, Para Brahman

Member of The Ten Mahavidyas

Tripura Sundari (Sanskrit: त्रिपुर सुन्दरी, IAST: Tripura Sundarī), also known as Rajarajeshwari, Shodashi, Kamakshi, and Lalita, is a Hindu goddess and is one of the highest aspects of supreme goddess Mahadevi mainly venerated in Shaktism, the goddess-oriented sect of Hinduism. She is also a prominent Mahavidya.[2] She is glorified in many Shakta texts, with Lalita SahasranamaSoundarya Lahari being the most popular one.

The word Tripura (त्रिपुर ) means three cities or three worlds, Sundari (सुन्दरी) means beautiful woman. Tripura Sundari means the most beautiful woman in the three worlds. She is called Tripura because it is similar to the triangle (triangle) that symbolizes the yoni and forms her circle. She is also known as Tripura as her mantra has three clusters of letters. She is called Tripura because she is manifested in BrahmaVishnu and Shiva as the creator, preserver and destroyer of the universe.

The Tripura Upanishad places the goddess Tripura Sundari as the ultimate Shakti (energy, power) of the universe.[4] She is described as the supreme consciousness, above BrahmaVishnu and Shiva.[5]

She rules over three cities, three paths children of the universe. a, ka, and tha , fully present. She is present in these letters. She is ageless, birth less, the greatest and she is the glory of all gods.

— Swami Narasimhananda, Tripura Upanishad Verse 01

Text from Wikipedia

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Temple at Haridwar

A temple of Ma Tripura Sundari at the Ashram at Haridwar was demolished due to the expansion of the road on the ashram boundary.

The sthapna of a new temple was done on July1st 2022 and the 'pran pratishtha' of Ma Tripura Devi was done on 30th May 2023 on the auspisious day of Ganga Dushera.

The occasion was celebrated by feeding "Dandi Swamis" and a dance performance by young girls from Abstract Divine School at Haridwar

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