Here’s everything about Kamakhya Temple : Story of a Bleeding Devi

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Manalo chala mandi probabaly ee temple peru vinadame first time untundi. Ee temple Guwahati, Assam lo undi. Ee temple lo unde main diety ni Khamakya Devi antaru. Apart from Khamakya devi, ee temple lo inko 10 Kaali Matha avatharalu kuda unnay namely Dhumavati, Matangi, Bagola, Tara, Kamala, Bhairava, Chinnamasta, Bhuvaneshwari and Tripura Sundari.1 - temple

Ee temple origin story chala interesting ga untundi. Manaku unde 108 shakthi peethalalo ee temple kuda okati. Shakthi peethala story andariki thelise unteundi. Sati devi oka sari vaalla nana Dakshaudu chese yaganiki vellaru. Akkada Dhakshudu Shivudini avamanincharu. Adi thattukoleka, Sati devi nippulloki dooki athmahathya cheskunnaru.

Shivudiki ee vishayam theliyagane, ayana kopaniki addu lekunda poyindi. Sati devi body ni theskoni shoulders meda pettukoni thandavam cheyyadam modalu pettaru. Ayanani shanthinchadaniki, Maha Vishnu aame body ni thana Chakram tho mukkalu mukkalu chesaru. Sati Devi body parts padina 108 places ni Shakthi Peethalu antaru. Ee particular place enduku special ante ikkada Sati devi Womb and Vagina paddayi.2 - puja

Kamadeva once lost his virility due to a curse. Aa tharvatha aayana ikkada unna Satidevi womb and genitals ki Puja chesaka he was freed from his curse. Appude ikkada ‘Kamakhya’ devi ni prathistinchi puja cheyadam start chesaru. Konthamandi, ee place lo ne Sati devi and Lord Shiva used to have their romantic encounters ani kuda chepthuntaru. Sanskrit word for lovemaking is ‘Kama’ anduke ee place ni ‘Khamakya’ ani antaru.3 - parts

Sati devi Womb and Vagina Garbhagudi lo ne unnay anta. Ashadamaasam lo, the goddess bleeds or menstruates. Ade time lo ee temple daggara unde Brahmaputa river kuda red ga aypothundi. Aa time lo oka 3 days temple ni close chestharu and aa water ni andariki panchuthuntaru kuda. Actually, ee blood valla ne river red ga avthundi ani proof em ledu. Kontha mandi emo pujarlu river lo kumkum kaluputhuntaru ani antaru.4 - river

But symbolically, menstruation anedi oka women’s power to give birth ki symbol. So, the deity and temple celebrates this power within every women.

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