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Devī is the Sanskrit word for "goddess"; the masculine form is Deva. Devi – the feminine form, and Deva – the masculine form, mean "heavenly, divine, anything of excellence", and are also gender specific terms for a deity in Hinduism. The concept and reverence for goddesses appear in the Vedas, which were composed in the 2nd millennium BC; however, they do not play a central role in that era. Goddesses such as Saraswati and Usha have continued to be revered into the modern era. The medieval era Puranas witnessed a major expansion in mythology and literature associated with Devi, with texts such as the Devi Mahatmya, wherein she manifests as the ultimate truth and supreme power, and she has inspired the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism. The divine feminine has the strongest presence as Devi in Hinduism, among major world religions, from the ancient times to the present.The goddess is viewed as central in Shakti and Saiva Hindu traditions.
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Shankari Devi Shakti Pitha Sri Lanka

It is believed that Satee's Groin fell here. The temple of Shankari Devi was exactly on the peak of a hill that was ruined by foreign invaders.

Saraswathi Devi Sakthipeeth Kashmir

Saraswathi was the famous temple of goddess Sharada  in Kashmir - also called Kashyappur named after Rishi Kashyap - on the banks of Neelum Kisheng

Puruhutika Devi Sakthipeeth Pithapuram

Pithapuram is formerly called as Pithikapuram / Pushkara kshetra in Puranas and Tantras.

Ekaveerika Sakthipeeth Maharashtra

Ekaveerika Devi temple is in Mahur , Maharashtra. The deity here is called Ekaveerika mata. The temple is in Yavatmal district in Maharashtra.

Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Temple Penugonda

Penugonda is the birth place of Goddess Sri Vasavi Kannika Parameshwari .Sri Vasavi Kannika Parameshwari Temple is situated in Penugonda ,a town in

Pratyangira Devi Temple Dilsukhnagar

The Pratyangira aspect of the Divine has been a bit of a secret for most of these past ages.

Hinglaj Mata Sakthipeeth Pakistan

Hinglaj Mata, also known as Hinglaj Devi, Hingula Devi and Nani Mandir, is a Hindu temple in Hinglaj, a town on the Makran coast in the Lasbela dis

Manivedika Shakti Peetha Rajasthan

Manivedika Shakti Peeth is among the 51 Shakti Peeth of Maa Sati.

Sri Kasi Vishalakshi Devi Temple Varanasi

Sri Vishalakshi Temple is one among the 18 famous Shakthi Peeta's.

Lotus Temple New Delhi

The Lotus Temple, located in New Delhi, India, is a Bahá'í House of Worship completed in 1986.

Uma Shakti Peeth Mathura

Uma Shakti Peetha located in Vrindavan is one of the 51 Shaktipeethas where the ‘Ringlets of Hair’ of Devi Sati have fallen.

Girija Devi Sakthipeeth Jajpur Orissa

The 11th Shakti Peetha, Jajpur was consecrated as Dakshayanis navel part fallen here.

Madhaveswari Devi Sakthipeeth Prayaga

Prayaga Madhaveswari is one of the 18 Shaktippethas.

Janasthan Devi Temple Nashik

Janasthan Shakti Peetha is the most famous Shakti Peetha where it is said that the “Chin” of Maa Sati fell and the idols are Devi Maa as Bhramari a

Sri Maridamma Temple Peddapuram

Peddapuram Maridamma temple is famous for its Maridamma festival, celebrated for thirty-one days from the Amavasya in the month of Jyeshtha to the

Sri Katta Maisamma Temple Begumpet

Katta Maisamma Temple is the deity of Jaganmata Mahalakshmi Ammavaru The goddess of Katta Maisamma at Begumpet, Secunderabad is the ancient temple.

Istakameswari Devi Temple Srisailam

The temple of Istakameswari is located in a dense and picturesque forest environment about 21 km to the east of Srisailam.

Sri Vasavi Kanyaka Parameswari Temple Proddatur

The temple of Sri Kanyakaparameswari Devi is located at Proddatur Town in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh.

Mahalakshmi Devi Mandir Kolhapur

Kolhapur is located in Kolhapur district and is well connected with Pune, 240 km north. It is on the national highway between Bangalore and Pune.

Sri Daneswari Ammavari Temple Duvva

Sri Daneswari Ammavari Temple is located at Duvva in West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.