The Shakti Peeth is a position of love blessed to the goddess Shakti or Sati, the female head of Hinduism and the primary divinity of the Shakta order. There are a few Shakti Peeths spread all through the Indian subcontinent. They are located on slopes, surrenders and encompassed by thick woodland.
- The Vaishno Devi is one of the holiest Hindu sanctuaries devoted to Shakti and an indication of the Mother Goddess. It is situated at the Trikuta Mountains in the province of Jammu and Kashmir. Maa Vaishno Devi is the second most visited strict place of worship in India and a Shakti Peeth.
- Situated in the Panchkula locale of Haryana, is a Hindu sanctuary devoted to goddess Mansa Devi, a type of Shakti. Mansa Devi is one of the noticeable Shakti sanctuaries of North India.
From different pieces of the nation, a huge number of enthusiasts visit this heavenly sanctuary. During the Navratra Mela this number ascents to lakhs regularly for the nine promising days.
- Arranged on the banks of the Alaknanda stream in Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand, The Dhari Devi sanctuary is one of 108 shakti sthals in India. It houses the upper portion of a symbol of the goddess Dhari that, as indicated by neighbourhood legend, changes in appearance during the day from a young lady, to a lady, and afterwards to an old woman. The icon’s lower half is situated in Kalimath where mata is supplicated in Kali roop. This exceptional sanctuary is situated close to Srinagar and Rudraprayag, one of the five Prayag in India.
- The notable Brajeshwari Devi sanctuary situated in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh is one of the 51 Shakti Peeth in India. This sanctuary is one of the eminent Hindu explorer habitats in north India and is one of the 5 ShaktiPeeths in Himachal Pradesh.
- The Naina Devi sanctuary is arranged on a lovely hillock in Bilaspur locale of Himachal Pradesh. This sanctuary offers an excellent perspective on the Gobind Sagar lake made by the Bhakra-Nangal Dam. Naina Devi sanctuary likewise offers a trolley office to moves travellers from the base to the top.
- The Kamakhya Temple is a Hindu sanctuary devoted to the mother goddess Kamakhya. The sanctuary arranged on the slopes of Nilachal in the Guwahati city of Assam. Kamakhya Temple is one of significant place for Tantric. Ambubachi Mela is the significant celebration commended during the rainstorm season alongside Durga Puja in Navaratri.
- The Jwala Ji holy place is situated in the lower Himalayas in Jawalamukhi town of the Kangra locale of Himachal Pradesh. It is one of the most antiquated sanctuaries in India. The term Jwala implies fire in Sanskrit subsequently the physical indication of Jwala Ji is consistently a lot of flares consuming off regular gas. The number of blazes is typically either seven.
- Maa Sheetla Devi sanctuary is arranged in the Dharamshala Mahantan town in the Una District of Himachal Pradesh. This sanctuary is committed to another form of Goddess Durga.
- The Ambaji Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas committed to the mother Goddess Amba Mata and a well known strict spot in Gujarat. It is arranged in Banaskantha locale of Gujarat close to acclaimed slope station Mount Abu. Ambaji maa sanctuary is one of holiest sanctuaries and a significant Shakti peeth of India.
- Mata Chintpurni sanctuary is a significant journey community and one of the Shakti Peethas in India. Also known as Chhinnamastika shakti peeth this sanctuary is situated in Una area of Himachal Pradesh, encompassed by the western Himalaya in the north and east in the more modest Shiwalik (or Shivalik) range flanking the province of Punjab. The Chintpurni Shakti Peeth is devoted to the sanctuary of Chinnamastika Devi or Chinnamasta Devi.