Wednesday, 5 December 2018


(1) Bhadrakali Mandir at Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
(2) Bhadrakali Mandir in Revandi near Malvan, Maharashtra.
(3) Bhadrakali Mandir at Bhadran, Gujarat.
(4) Thirumandhamkunnu Mandir at Angadippuram, Kerala.
(5) Kodungallur Bhagavathy Mandir at Kodungallur, Kerala.
(6) Chettikulangara Devi Mandir, near Mavelikkara, Kerala.
(7) Panayannarkavu, near Mavelikkara, Kerala.
(8) Kadinamkulam Padickavilakom Bharanicadu Sree Bhagavathi Mandir in Kerala.
(9) Pattupurakkavu Bhagavathi Mandir, Pandalam, Kerala.
(10) Another Mandir of Bhadrakali is found at a place called Bajna at a distance of 36 km from Ratlam city in Malwa region, Madhya Pradesh. This Bhadrakali Mandir is of the period of Parmara rulers and known as Garhkhankhai mataji. This Mandir is situated in dense forested area of the valley at the sangam of Karan river and Mahi River. Raja Bhoj constructed this Mandir. This place is also recognized as shaktipithain India. The excavations at this site has produced rare idols of Shiva in yoga pose, Lakshmi, Gajasursanhar, Surya and Nataraja. The world famous 'Tripurasundari ma' Mandir at a distance of 60 km from this place is situated at village Talwada in Banswara district in Rajasthan. An inscription of 1540 AD found here reveals that this Mandir was constructed prior to the rule of Kanishka. Some people believe it to be constructed before 3rd century AD. There was a very ancient place here known as 'Garhpoli' which is called as 'Umarai' at present. Excavations in 1982 at this place have produced idols of Shiva with Parvati on his thigh. Ganesh and Kartikeya are seated on both sides.
(11) Bhadrakali Mandir in Gokarna, Karnataka. This deity is said to be the protector of Gokarna.
(12) Bhadrakali Mandir in Kurushetra, Haryana. This is one of the oldest Mandir where Lord Krishna and Balram had their Mundan ceremony.
(13) Bhadrakali Mandir in Bhadrak, is one of the oldest Shakti shrine of Orissa. The name of this ancient town derived from the name of goddess Bhadrakali.
(14) Bhagwati Bhadrakali Shaktipeeth Ashram, Rajaldesar, Churu, Rajasthan.
(15) Bhadrakali Mandir in Hanumangarh , Rajasthan.
(16) Bhadrakali Mandir at Itkhori, Jharkhand.
(17) The ancient Bhadrakali Mandir in Hanamakonda (Warangal), Andhra Pradesh. Bhadrakali (Maha Kali Mata) was the principal deity of the Hindu Kakatiya kingdom of Warangal (Oragallu or Ekashilanagaram) that ruled most of Andhra Pradesh during that period. Rituals and animal (and human, by some accounts) sacrifices on a large scale were performed to invoke the blessings of Goddess Bhadrakali before the Kakatiyas warriors went off for battle.
(18) Shri Mayura Mandir in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
(19) Bhadrakali Mandir in Kathmandu, Nepal.