Prashad of Kashi Vishalakshi Devi Shaktipeeth Temple
Sri Kashi Vedic Sansthan provides Prashad service from Kashi Vishalakshi Devi Shaktipeeth, Varanasi
Kumkum, Prashad (Dry Fruits) is offered in the name of the devotee at the Temple.
Kumkum, Prashad, and Photo of Kashi Vishalakshi Devi ShaktiPeeth Amma which we get from the temple after the offering is kept in the packet.
Scared Prashad is sent by postage/courier after well packed in a box.
We don’t charge for providing this Temple Prashad Service.
It is for the convenience of devotees who are unable to get the Prashad but wish to get it.
Our Prashad service includes Prashad, Kumkum, Tika from Temple, Photo of Kashi Vishalakskhi Amma.
However, devotees who don’t want Prashad without paying anything can donate any amount to our account as per their wish.
Kashi, the holy river Ganges, is first remembered by Visvesvara, Vishalakshi, Annapurna Devi, Dunthiganapati, and Kalabhairava. The mother of the world was born in Kashi. The shrine of Goddess Sati is located at the place where Goddess Sati fell on her ear. The shrine is a place of worship for all as it is the Shaktipeeth along with the Jyotirlinga. This is one of the rare fields that the ancestors themselves dreamed of. The shrine is also known as a superpower.
Sri Vishalakshidevi Shaktipeeth is the 17th Shaktipeeth of the Ashtadasha Shaktipeeth. Vishalakshi appears in two forms in the sanctum sanctorum. One form is Swayambhuva, the other form is Archamurti. As soon as we enter the temple we have to visit the priest first, then the Swayambhu. Vishalakshi means one with wide eyes. Varanasi is one of the most revered shrines of Goddess Vishalakshi. Kashi is the field of energy that Amma possesses. Kashi Kshetra is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Kashi is also known as Varanasi. Varanasi is the confluence of the rivers Varuna and Asi. Kashi has a special place as one of the Saptamoksha Puranas, an adored shrine for all Indians in Varanasi. The Vishweshwara measured in this field is the chief of the twelve Jyotirlingas. This field is known as the open field.
Located at Mir Ghat on the banks of the Ganges. Vishalakshi Ammavari Kshetra is located at a short distance from the Kashi Vishweshwara Temple. Bhagwati Karna Kundalas (eyes, earrings) are known to have fallen in Kashi. That is why the sellers here are called Manikarnika. Legend has it that Sri Vishalakshi Shaktipeeth originated as Manikarnika.
She is also known as Vishalakshi Devi and Vishwalakshmi Devi. The Kajali festival is unique in Varanasi as it catches the eye of Goddess Sati. This festival is celebrated by women in Varanasi. The Kajali festival is held at the Vishalakshi Temple. The Kajali festival is held annually in Varanasi on Bhadrapada Shuddha Tadiya.
It is a well-known fact that Lord Shiva resides in Kashi, Kalabhairava. The Vishalakshi Ammavari Temple is located on the street two streets south of these temples. It is said that the presence of Sri Chakra in the temple of Evishalakshi Devi is a great privilege.
The oldest idol of the goddess here is considered to be the originator of the ancient idol of the goddess here. The statue is located behind the existing statue. In the temple, the goddess is seen with a golden cloak. Shining with yellow saffron, she is adorned with garlands and devotees believe that their desires must be fulfilled if they worship Manasara.
The goddess is also known as Gauri. The goddess is also known as Gauri. According to mythology, Goddess Parvati is measured as Annapurna due to Goddess Parvati giving alms in this temple. This mother is measured as Annapoorneshwari in Kashi and Kamakshimata in Kanchi with another aspect. The Vishalakshi Mata Temple in Kashi is located very close to the Annapurna Temple. The dome of the temple is in the traditional style of the South.
Vishalakshini is described in the Puranas as the ruling form of the universe and Vishalakshini in the Puranas as the ruling form of the universe. In Tantras, she is described as Mahakali. She removes the rituals for those who died in Kashi. Kashi Vishwanath wears the form of Mahakala and blesses them with salvation. It is said that Lord Shiva preaches the Taraka mantra in the ears of those who die in Kashi.
According to the Skanda Purana, in Varanasi, no one gave alms to Vyasabhagavan and his disciples for seven days. At that, he became very angry with Kashi and cursed him. Then Vishalakshi Devi became a Brahmin housewife and sent Vyasabha to her house.
Annapurnamata means Vishalakshidevi so that Vyasa falls at the feet of Lord Shiva and seeks forgiveness. Since Vishalakshi Mata, like Annapurna Mata, also serves food to Lord Shiva, Parameswara, who is satisfied with the meal provided by Vishalakshi, qualifies him as the chief deity of Kashi Kshetra.
It is believed that if an unmarried woman bathes in the Ganges and worships Vishalakshi with devotion, she will soon find a suitable husband if she bathes in the Ganges and worships Vishalakshi with devotion. New night festivities are richly organized here. The festivals of the month of Bhadrapada are also worth mentioning.
Thousands of devotees take holy baths at the nearby Mani Karnika Ghat Thousands of devotees take holy baths at the nearby Mani Karnika Ghat. Priests suggest that those who visit Goddess Vishalakshi in the glorious holy land on the occasion of Navratri will be blessed with all the riches and happiness.
Shrines to visit around the Kashi Vishalakshi Temple Shivalingas are enshrined around the Kashi Vishalakshi Ammavari Temple. In the sanctum sanctorum, along with the goddess, Adishakti is also measured In the sanctum sanctorum, along with the goddess, Adishakti is also measured. Devotees can touch and visit the glorious Sri Chakra in front of the Goddess. There are 56 Ganapatis in seven precincts in Kashi. Dundhirajaganapati is famous among them. Legend has it that he flourished in the seven walls of Kashi in the form of fifty-six Ganapatis. Of these, ten Ganapatis are preferred.
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