Bagalamukhi or Bagala is one of the ten Mahavidyas (great wisdom goddesses) in Hinduism. Bagalamukhi Devi smashes the devotee’s misconceptions and delusions with her cudgel. The word Bagala is derived from the word Valga, meaning – bridle or the rein that we put in the mouth to control the movements of tongue and direction, which, became Vagla and then Bagla. The goddess has 108 different names. Bagalamukhi is commonly known as Pitambara Maa in North India, the goddess associated with yellow color or golden colour.
Bagalamukhi is one of the ten forms of the wisdom goddesses, symbolizing the potent female primeval force. Bagulamukhi means the back side of Shiva.
Spiritual Benefits of Maa Baglamukhi Mantra Jaap, Puja and Anusthaan
The hurdles on the path to spiritual enlightenment and the ideal life in this world are outlined as follows. There are five internal enemies of the righteous life, namely, kaam (lust), krodh (anger), lobh (avarice or greed), moh (materialism, attachment to mundane relationships) ahankar (pride). The root cause of all evils is haumai (egoism). If self realization or salvation is your aim then you must do sadhana of ma baglamukhi becuase she is well known to destroy all above said enemies. So everyone should do sadhana of ma baglamukhi to remove the cycle of birth . So self realization or salvation is the spiritual Benefit of this pious sadhana. Lord kirshna and Arjun also worshiped Maa baglamukhi for the same reason.
Chanting the mantra
Chanting the mantra “Hring Bagalamukhi Devyayae Namah” on a continual basis not just helps in the evolution of the soul, it also strengthens the individual’s personality, makes him bold and courageous. Times of distress such as challenges at the workplace or personal relationships can be eased to a great extent by worshiping her.