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Baglamukhi or Bagala Devnagari: Devi Bagalamukhi smashes the devotee’s misconceptions and delusions or the devotee’s enemies with her cudgel. The word Bagala is derived from the baflamukhi Valga meaning — bridle or to rein in which, became Vagla and then Bagla. Bagalamukhi is commonly known as Pitambari Maa in North Indiathe goddess associated with yellow color or golden colour. At Bagalamukhi’s right is worshipped Her consort, Ekavaktra Baglanukhi ,who is white in complexion and holds a trident.

Another interpretation translates her name as “Kalyani”. Two descriptions of the goddess are found in various texts: The Dwi-Bhuja depiction is the more common, and is described as the Soumya or milder form. She holds a club in her right hand with which she beats a demon, while pulling his tongue out with her left hand.

This image is sometimes interpreted as an exhibition of stambhanathe power to stun or paralyse an enemy into silence. This is one of the boons for which Jn devotees worship her. Other Mahavidya goddesses are also said to represent similar powers useful for defeating enemies, to be invoked by baglmukhi worshippers through various rituals.

Baglamukhi Mantra

Bagalamukhi is also called PitambaradeviShatrubuddhivinashini and Brahmastra Roopini and she turns each thing into its opposite. The Tantrasara describes her iconography: Bagalamukhi sits in a golden throne in the midst of an ocean in an altar. Her complexion is yellow golden. Clad in yellow clothes, she is adorned by a garland of yellow flowers and decked with yellow golden ornaments.

She pulls the tongue of a demon by her left hand, while raising the right hand to strike him with a club. Kavch yellow crescent moon adorns her forehead.

Though generally depicted with a human head, the goddess is sometimes described to have a head of a crane and sometimes depicted ridding a crane. Sometimes, she is described associated with other birds: Kinsley translates Bagalamukhi as “she who has the face of a crane”. Bagalamukhi is rarely depicted with a crane-head or with cranes. Kinsley believes that the crane’s behaviour of standing still to catch prey is reflective of the occult powers bestowed by the goddess.


Another interpretation suggests that Baglamukhi is a corruption of the word Valgamukhi ; valga means ” bridle ” or ” bit “. Like the bridle or bit — placed in the mouth — is used to direct a horse, Bagalamukhi gives the supernatural power of control over one’s foes. Another etymology suggests that valga means “to paralyze” and symbolizes the power of stambhana”paralysis” that the goddess is said to grant; this theory seems questionable to Kinsley.

Bagalamukhi is known by the popular epithet Pitambara-devi or Pitambari, “she who wears yellow clothes”. The iconography and worship rituals repeatedly refer to the yellow colour. In the Satya Yuga the first epoch in Hindu cosmologya great ih started destroying Creation. The god Vishnu was disturbed and performed austerities to appease the goddess Tripurasundari on shore of Haridra Sarovar, the lake of turmeric.

Pleased with Vishnu, the goddess appeared and brought forth her manifestation Bagalamukhi from the lake. Bagalamukhi calmed the storm, restoring order in the universe. Another tale records that a demon named Madan acquired Vak-siddhiby which whatever he said came true.

He misused it baglamukhu trouble humans and murder people. The gods beseeched Bagalamukhi. Telutu goddess grabbed the demon’s tongue kavacu immobilized his power. Madan requested the goddess that he be worshipped with her; the goddess granted him this boon, before slaying him. Bagalamukhi is strongly associated with teluu yellow colour.

She dresses in yellow clothes and ornaments. Various texts describe her affinity to the colour; yellow is an integral part of baglamujhi worship rituals.


Baglamukhi Mantra Meaning in English & Benefits

Bagalamukhi is propitiated with yellow offerings by devotees dressed in yellow, seated on a yellow cloth. Yellow turmeric bead rosary are used in baglamukni japa repetition of her names or mantra invocation. The colour yellow is linked to the Sun, gold, the earth, grain and fire, signifying auspiciousness, bountifulness and purity.

The yellow turmeic is associated with marriage. Kavvach is praised as the giver of supernatural powers siddhi s or magical powers riddhis. The anger of the angry person is removed; an evil minded person becomes good.


The quick moving person becomes crippled. The conceit of the conceited person is reduced. Knowledgeable person baglamuki becomes a fool. Salutations to the compassionate Bagalamukhi! Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati is considered to be the center of Tantricism, where there is the presence of temples dedicted to the ten Mahavidyas.

A few miles away from the Kamakhya Temple is the temple dedicated to the Goddess Bagalamukhi. In Somalapura Kalyani of Sindhanur taluk, Raichur district of North Karnataka there is a less known but very powerful Bagulamukhi Sidhdha Peeth A Sidhdha peetha is a temple built by a great yogi after Devi’s sakshaatkara and falling to the love of the yogi, devi promises baglamukho preside in the temple or temple is there built by great yogi Shri Chidanandavadhoota around years ago.

In Virupaskhi, kavxch small village next to Mulabagil of Kolar district Baglamuki, there is a Bagulamukhi temple. The Bagulamukhi temple is part of temple complex of Virupakshi temple.

The mythology tells that the Virupaskha ling was installed by great sage Atri Maharshi, father of Shriguru Dattatreya.

The linga changes its color in 3 ways from sunrise to sunset. It is believed that King Vikramaaditya built the Bagulamukhi temple at Virupakshi. Nepalwhere the worship of tantric goddesses had Royal patronage, also has a large temple devoted to Baglamukhu in the Newar city of Patan in Nepal near Kathmandu. The territory of the Bagalamukhi temple in Patan also has several other temples dedicated to Ganesha, Shiva, Saraswati, Guheswar, Bhairava etc.

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