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Origin of The Maa Baglamukhi
The legend behind the origin of goddess Bagalamukhi is as follows:-
Before time immemorial, a huge storm erupted over the universe. As it threatened to destroy whole of the creation, The Lord Vishnu called on the supreme power and Goddess Bagalamukhi emerged from the ‘Haridra Sarovara’ in the Saurashtra region (Kathiyawada), and the same time all direction brightened up with unique light of Shree Vidhya. That night was called Veer Ratri and sky was full of stars. That day was Tuesday and Chaturdashi. She had been served by Pannch Makkar’s. She made her home in deep yellow turmeric, from that mid-night and appeased by the prayer of the God, calmed down the storm.
After that Tantric’s (Practitioner of Divine power) use to include Pannch Makkar’s in their diet. From the light of ShreeVidya, 2nd Trilok Stambhani, Brahmastra Vidya emerged. The power That Brahmastra Vidya merged into The Lord Vishnu’s Power.
A demon named Madan undertook austerities and won the boon of vak siddhi, according to which anything he said came about. He abused this boon by harassing innocent people. Enraged by his mischief, the gods worshipped Bagalamukhi. She stopped the demon’s rampage by taking hold of his tongue and stilling his speech. Before she could kill him, however, he asked to be worshipped with her, and she relented, That is why he is depicted with Goddess Bagalamukhi.
“It’s beyond reason, why Indian live frightened having omnipotent Baglamukhi mahavidya, which is more than enough for thousands of enemies.” – Summerfield