Maa Bhramari Devi - Recognition, History & Temple timings

Trisrota Maa Bhramari Shakti Peeth / Bhramari

Trisrota Temple has situated on the banks of the  Tista River, West Bengal . The Mata Bhramri Devi Temple was created when the left leg of Sati, or Shakti, fell at this location. Trisrota Temple is another name for Bharamari Devi Temple. One of the forms of the Goddess of Power and Strength, Devi Adi Shakti, is also known as Devi Bharamari . As this is a Shakti Peeth formed centuries ago, the precise date of the temple's creation still not discovered.

The Bhramari Devi Mandir is one of the 51 Shaktipeethas that belong to Devi Sati/Durga. It is West Bengal's most well-known Shakti Peethas. According to belief, In Trisotra, West Bengal, the left leg of Devi Sati fell. 

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Worshipped Deity

Shakti is revered as Kali in the Shri Bhramari Shakti Peetha. Bhairav, Lord Ishwar, is present with the Goddess here. One of the forms of the Goddess of Power and Strength, Devi Adi Shakti, is Devi Bhramari. It has believed that the Goddess fulfils all wishes. People come here especially for wealth, health, and salvation, to fulfil their wishes.

Traditional Story

According to the Puranas, an Asura named Arun existed. That asura once captured Swarga (Swargaloka) and drove out all the deities from their Swargaloka. The rebellious asura also tried to subjugate the wives or goddesses of the gods. Then those goddesses prayed to Devi Adi Shakti for their protection. With the prayer of the goddesses, Goddess Devi Adi Shakti created a giant bee. Took form Devi Adi Shakti attacked the demon with a swarm of bees. The bees killed that asura by tearing his chest. Devi Adi Shakti had assumed the form of Bhavra or Bee, so the Goddess is now known as "Bhramari Devi or Bumblebee". Devi Adi Shakti, as a Bumblebee, does the welfare of the devotees as the protector of humanity. This temple is a famous component of the famous Shaktipeeth Darshan Yatra of West Bengal.

Festivals celebrated in the temple

In Ashwija masa Navaratri is celebrated. During Navaratri, special yagnas and pujas have performed.

During Chaitra (March–April), the "Kumbham" festival has observed.

A few more festivals here are:

  • Deepavali
  •  Somvati Amavasya
  •  Makara Sankranti
  •  Sharad Poornima
  •  Ram Navami 

Nearby Places To Visit

  • Tista River
  • Yogomaya Kali Temple
  • Devi Chudhurani Temple
  • Gujrimari Church
  • Adi Bhamri Devi Temple
  • Kali Mandi Jalpaigudi

Temple timing: 8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM

Temple rules

Before entering the temple to perform the puja, it has requested that one take a bath and put on new clothes. Those attending the Aarti should not eat anything in the morning. The same restriction applies to worshipers inside the temple grounds for regular or special worship.

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How to reach

1. By Road

West Bengal has connected via a comprehensive and well-planned road system. Several state and national highways traverse the state. The state is easily accessible by road from nearby states like Bihar, Orissa, and Jharkhand. 

2. By Air

West Bengal is accessible by air. It is both simple and convenient. Almost all public and commercial airlines offer frequent service to the state from India's major cities. In addition to a domestic airport in Bagdogra, close to Siliguri, West Bengal has an international airport named Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata, the state capital.

3. By Rail

All of the state's major cities have well connected by roads and railroads from Kolkata and Bagdogra. Aside from New Jalpaiguri, which is close to Siliguri, the essential stations in the state are Howrah and Sealdah, both of which serve the state's capital city of Kolkata. Other additional railheads in the state offer consistent communication with important towns nationwide. West Bengal can be proud of its excellent rail connections to the rest of India.

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