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.
Pithapuram is formerly called as Pithikapuram / Pushkara kshetra in Puranas and Tantras. The temple of Puruhutika Devi is located within the temple campus of Kukkuteswara Swamy.
Ekaveerika Devi temple is in Mahur , Maharashtra. The deity here is called Ekaveerika mata. The temple is in Yavatmal district in Maharashtra. It is 50 km from Kinwat and 126 km from Nanded.
Sri Vishalakshi Temple is one among the 18 famous Shakthi Peeta's. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Parvathi in the divine form of Vishalakshi Devi. Her consort is Lord Kashi Viswanath.
Srisailam is located on the banks of River Krishna. Here River Krishna is in the form of Patalaganga. Lakhs of devotees take a holy dip here and then go for the Darshan of the JyotirLinga.
The 11th Shakti Peetha, Jajpur was consecrated as Dakshayanis navel part fallen here. The presiding deity of Jaipur Asta dasha shakti peetha is Goddess Girija Devi.
Manikyamba Devi is the wife of Lord Bhimeswara Swamy. Lord Bhimeswara Swamy temple is one of the Pancharama kshetras and is considered as one of the Trilinga kshetras.
The Mangalagauri temple in Gaya has been mentioned in Padma Purana, Vayu Purana and Agni Purana and in other scriptures and tantric works. The present temple dates back to 1459 AD.
Jogulamba Devi temple at Alampur, one of the 18 Sakti peethams in Indian sub-continent, including Shankari Devi temple in Sri Lanka, has been reconstructed after 615 years.