Jayadurga Shaktipeeth Jharkhand Full Details

Jayadurga Shaktipeeth Jharkhand Full Details


  1. Locality/village :- Deogarh
  2. State :- Jharkhand
  3. Country :- India
  4. Nearest City/Town :- Deogarh
  5. Best Season To Visit :- All
  6. Languages :- Hindi& English
  7. Photography :- Not Allowed

Jayadurga Shaktipeeth Jharkhand Full Details


Jayadurga Temple at Baidyanath is the place where Sati’s Heart had fallen. Here Sati is worshipped as Jai Durga and Lord Bhairav as Vaidyanath or Baidyanath. The Shakthi Peeth is popularly known as Baidyanath Dham or Baba Dham. Since the heart of Sati fell here, the place is also called as Hardapeetha. Lord Bhairav as Vaidyanath is worshipped as one of the important twelve Jyotirlingas.


Within the campus, Jayadurga Shaktipeeth is present exactly opposite to the main temple of Vaidyanath. Both the temples are connected by red colored silk threads in their tops. There is a belief that the couple who binds these two tops with the silk will have a happy family life by the blessings of Lord Shiva and Parvathi.


The temple is 72 feet tall white plain old structure with spreaded small temples dedicated to various Gods. Within the temple the idols of Durga and Parvathi are present on a rock stage. People usually climb it up and offer flowers and milk to the goddesses. Many Tantriks worshiped Jayadurga and got her blessings. Here Jaganmata is worshiped in two forms. The first one being Tripura sundari / Tripura bhairavi and the second one being Chinnamasta. Tripura sundari is worshiped with Ganesh as Rishi and Chinnamasta is worshiped with Ravanasura as Rishi.


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Jai durga Shakti Peeth is known as Chitabhumi. It is said that while lord Shiva was wandering in the universe with the body of Sati, heart of Sat had fallen at this place. That time, lord Shiva performed the cremation of her heart. Hence, this place is called Chita Bhumi.


Baidyanath Shakti Peeth is the not just a Shakti Peeth, but also, an auspicious place where a person gets relieved from disease of leprosy. It is believed that the person who visits this place, he gets freedom from all sorts of disease and all kinds of sins. Bad or negative thoughts are removed from a person’s brain. Individual gets a spiritual growth. Hence, it is called Baidyanath.


The top holds several rising shaped gold vessels that are minimally situated, and were given by the Maharaja of Giddhaur. In addition the proposed pitcher shaped vessels, there is a Punchsula which is extraordinary. In the inward best there is an eight lotus gem called Chandrakanta Mani. The lingam instituted inside, is of a barrel shaped structuring about 5 crawls in width and activities about 4 creeps from the focal point of an impressive section of basalt. It’s not plausible to learn what amount of the lingam is covered. The top is broken and has uneven surface.


Jayadurga Shaktipeeth Festivals


Every year in the months of Shravan (around July), Magh (around February) festivals are conducted in the temple of Vaidyanath. Ashviyuja Navaratri (around October) festivals are also conducted.


The famous pilgrimage as well as tourist spot is also known for mela of Shravan. During the month of July and August more than 8 million devotees gather and get the holy water from Ganges. Unbroken lines of people are seen to wearing clothes with saffron color and travel over 108 km in a particular month. People get all their desire fulfilled in this regard.


Jayadurga Shaktipeeth How To Reach


By Air:-

Nearby Airports are – Ranchi, Gaya, Patna and Kolkata.

By Road:-

By road Babadham (Deoghar) to Kolkatta 373 kms, Giridih 112 kms, Patna 281 kms, Dumka 67 kms, Madhupur 57 kms, Shimultala 53 kms etc.

By Rail:-

The nearest railway station is Jasidih (10 kms) on Howarah – Patna – Delhi line.

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