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Saptmatrika Collection: Divine Soil from Seven Hindu Pilgrimage Sites

Saptmatrika Collection: Divine Soil from Seven Hindu Pilgrimage Sites

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Our Saptmatrika Soil is a sacred and revered assortment of soil from seven significant Hindu pilgrimage sites across India. Each soil sample represents a specific goddess and holds immense spiritual importance. The Saptmatrika soil collection is meticulously gathered from these sacred places to create a deeply meaningful and divine offering for puja rituals. It allows devotees to connect with the energies and blessings of the seven goddesses and seek their divine guidance.

Collection Points:

  1. Kamakhya Devi: The sacred soil from Kamakhya Devi in Assam represents the goddess Kamakhya, the primordial mother goddess associated with fertility and creative energy.
  2. Vaishno Devi: The soil from Vaishno Devi in Jammu and Kashmir represents Mata Vaishno Devi, the goddess of power and fulfillment of wishes.
  3. Kalighat Kali Temple: The soil from Kalighat Kali Temple in Kolkata represents goddess Kali, the fierce and compassionate deity associated with transformation and liberation.
  4. Jagannath Puri: The soil from Jagannath Puri in Odisha represents goddess Subhadra, the sister of Lord Krishna and an embodiment of love and protection.
  5. Srisailam Mallikarjuna Temple: The soil from Srisailam Mallikarjuna Temple in Andhra Pradesh represents goddess Bhramaramba, the divine consort of Lord Mallikarjuna and symbol of divine feminine energy.
  6. Chamundeshwari Temple: The soil from Chamundeshwari Temple in Karnataka represents goddess Chamundeshwari, the fierce form of Devi Durga who vanquished the demon Mahishasura.
  7. Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga: The soil from Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga in Madhya Pradesh represents goddess Mahakaleshwar, the fierce form of Devi Parvati associated with time and destruction.


  1. Puja Offerings: The Saptmatrika soil can be used as a sacred offering during puja rituals. It can be placed on the altar or used to create a specific space for invoking the blessings of the goddesses.

  2. Ritual Significance: Incorporating the Saptmatrika soil into your puja rituals adds a significant spiritual dimension. It helps establish a connection with the divine energies of the seven goddesses and invites their presence and blessings.

  3. Invocation and Meditation: The Saptmatrika soil can be used during meditation or invocation practices to enhance the connection with the goddesses. It serves as a focal point for devotion and aids in channeling their divine energies.

  4. Sacred Space Creation: The Saptmatrika soil can be used to create a sacred space or altar dedicated to the seven goddesses. It provides a tangible representation of their presence and can be adorned with flowers, incense, and other offerings.

Embrace the spiritual significance of the Saptmatrika Collection as you engage in puja rituals. Invite the blessings and guidance of the seven goddesses into your life, seeking their divine support and protection. Connect with the sacred energies of these revered pilgrimage sites and experience a deeper connection with the divine feminine.

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