Bagalamukhi – The Goddess who stops the enemy
Bagalamukhi is one special goddess in Dasa Mahavidyas. Bagalamukhi is so peculiar that her main quality is to paralyse the enemies of sadhaka or worshipper. Maa Bagalamukhi appears in yellow clothes and yellow jewellery. She is also a fierce aspect of AadiShakti. She safeguards her devotees.
Bagalamukhi – The obstacle buster
Bagala Mukhi means crane headed Goddess. She is also known as Pitambari Devi or Brahmastra Rupini. She holds a club in her right hand and the tongue of a demon with her left hand. This symbolises the stalling of speech. Goddess Bagalamukhi stops ill doings by stalling the speech of the enemy. That means the goddess turns adversities in to successes by stopping them.
Goddess Bagalamukhi has her temples in North India in the state of Assam at Guwahati hear the temple of Kamakhya. This is the place well known for Tantric practices and there are great tantric yogis residing in this region. She has her temples in Newar city or Nepal, Bankhandi of Himachal Pradesh, Peetambar Peeth of Datia, and Nalkheda of Shajapur, Madhya Pradesh.
Worship of Goddess Bagalamukhi
The holy mantras of Goddess Bagalamukhi provides the Sadhaka, spiritual journey without obstacles. She silences everything that opposes the sadhaka. That means it silences the ego in us which is the main enemy resulting in self realisation of Sadhaka. Her mantra helps to conquer internal enemies and external adversaries. Puranas say that even Lord Krishna worshipped Goddess Bagalamukhi, and his friend Arjuna too did the worship. One can be protected from black magic, curse, legal problems, accidents, unexpected and unnatural incidents, enemy’s bad intensions, diseases and poverty through the sadhana of Goddess Bagalamukhi.