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To form a global Paripath (Circuit) connecting all the 51 Shaktipeethas on Earth in order to proceed on the way to progress in tourism, cultural development, economic growth..
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  • Sh. Manoj Kr. Singh, IAS
    D.G. (Deptt. of Culture & Tourism), U.P. Govt.
    This mission will open a new vision and a fresh path in promoting national integrity and image of India.
  • Prof. Manoj Dixit, Director
    Institute of Tourism, Lucknow Univ.
    If one thinks of developing SAARC as a peaceful territory, mission 51 Shaktipeeth Circuit will serve as a role model.
  • Prof. Dr. Rana P.B. Singh (Ph.D.)
    F.J.F.(Japan), F.A.A.I.(Italy)
    This mission will regulate and will maintain one of the oldest surviving tradition of pilgrimage in India and around the world.
  • Sh. Raghuraj Dixit 'Manju'
    Founder & President - 51 Shaktipeeth Teerth
    I wish for the accomplishment of the mission 51 Shaktipeeth Circuit.
The essence of devotion to Shakti is quiet old. At present there are 41 Shaktipeethas in India, 4 in Bangladesh, 3 in Nepal and 1 each in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Tibet. There are traditionally 51 Shaktipeethas.

The devotion of Shakti also reflects the cultural tradition of the SAARC nations, i.e. India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Bhutan and Maldives. This is an appropriate time that we should make sincere efforts to develop cultural tourism in SAARC countries by acknowledging the importance of Shaktipeethas and unite SAARC nations culturally by developing a "Shaktipeeth Circuit". India has always promoted the concept of peace, tranquillity and universal brotherhood since a very long time. This very concept may again emphasize India’s ideology, amidst the present atmosphere of unrest and terrorism in the world as a whole. Read More..
  • Maa Hingulaj This Shaktipeeth is located at Hingula in Baluchistan which is the province of Pakistan. It is 144 km north west at the bank of Hingol river.
  • Maa Mahisha Mardini This place is located at Kolhapur in Maharashtra. Devi’s eyes fell here. Idol of Devi is called Mahishamardini and Lord Shiva is called Krodhis here.
  • Maa Sunanda This Shaktipeeth is situated at village Shikarpur of Barisal, district in Bangladesh.
  • Maa Mahamaya “Him (snow)” Shaktipeeth is situated at Amarnath cave in Kashmir. Maa Sati’s neck fell here.
  • Maa Jwalamukhi This temple is situated at Kangda district of Himachal Pradesh. This Shaktipeeth is located at roadside, 21 km away from Jwalamukhi road railway station.
  • Maa Tripur Malini This Shaktipeeth is situated at Jalandhar in Punjab. Sati’s left breast fell here. Here Sati is called Tripur Malini and Lord Shiva is called Bhishan.
  • Maa Jai Durga This Shaktipeeth is located in front of the main temple premises of Baidyanath Temple in Badyanath Dham, Bihar. Sati’s heart fell here.
  • Maa Mahamaya Devi’s both knees fell here. Idols of Devi as Mahamaya and Lord Shiva as Kapal are known here. This Shaktipeeth is in Nepal.
  • Maa Dakshayani This Shaktipeeth is located at the bank of Kailash Marsarovar in Tivet. The idols are Devi as Kadhhayani and Lord Shiva as Amar.
  • Maa Virja Devi This Shaktipeeth is situated in the east of Utkal province, Orissa. This Shaktipeeth is situated in the premises of Lord Jagannath temple at Puri.
  • Maa Gandaki This Shaktipeeth is situated in Muktinatha at the origin of the Gandaki river in Nepal. Sati’s right cheek fell here.
  • Maa Bahula Devi This Shaktipeeth is located at Ketubrham village in West Bengal, which is in west of Katwa Jn., 144 km away from Howrah.
  • Maa Manglya Chandika It is Harsiddhi Mandir which is a Shaktipeeth near Rudra Sagar in Ujjain. Devi’s elbow fell here. The idols are Devi as Mangalyachandika..
  • Maa Tripura Sundari This Shaktipeeth is located at east-south corner of the mountain which is 211 km away from Radha-Kishore village in Tripura. Devi’s right foot fell here.
  • Maa Bhawani Bhawani temple is situated at Sitakund Chandrashekhar hill near Sitakund station which is 38 km from Chittagong in Bangladesh.
  • Maa Bhramri This Shaktipeeth is located at the bank of Tista River at Shalbadi village. It is near the Boda region of Jalpaigudi district in West Bengal.
  • Maa Kamakhya This Shaktipeeth is located on Neelanchal Parvat near the western part of the city of Guwahati in the Kamroop District, Assam.
  • Maa Lalita Devi Lalita Devi (Alopi Temple) Shaktipeeth is situated in the city of Allahabad, where fingers of Sati fell. Some scholars believe another Mandir as Shaktipeeth.
  • Maa Jayanti This Shaktipeeth is located at Baurbhaga village near Jayantiya hill which is 35 km away from shilling. The left thigh of Sati is said to have fallen here.
  • Maa Bhootdhatri Shaktipeeth is situated at Ksheergram – 38 km North from Bardhaman railway station in Bengal. Right toe of Sati is said to have fallen here.
  • Maa Kali The famous Kali temple in Kolkata is the Shaktipeeth. Devi’s four small fingers of her right foot fell here. The idols are Devi as Kalika and Lord Shiva as Nakulish.
  • Maa Vimla This Shaktipeeth is situated at 5 km from Lalkort station which is 25 km from Howrah Badeharwa main line. Devi’s Crown fell here.
  • Maa Vishalakshi Vishalakshi Mandir is the Shaktipeetha which is situated near Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi. Sati’s ear with earring fell here.
  • Maa Shravani The temple of Kanyakumari is situated on the sea-shore, confluence of the three water bodies - the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean.
  • Maa Savitri This Shaktipeeth is located near the Dwaipayan Lake in Kurukshetra city of Haryana state. Sati’s right ankle fell here.
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