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Goddess Baglamukhi: The symbol of protection, overall success and strength. Goddess Baghlamukhi is the eighth goddess among the Dus Mahavidyas (wisdom goddess). The word Baglamukhi is derived from the Sanskrit words Bagla and Mukhi. The word Bagla, is the distortion of the original word Valga meaning bridle. Baglamukhi thus is believed to be the Goddess who holds the power to control and paralyze the enemies. Due to her divine powers She is also known as Devi of Stambhana.
According to Svatantra Tantra, there was once a demon called Madanasura who had received a boon of 'Vaksiddhi'. On receiving the boon he started misusing it by troubling humans; he stimulated storms to kill people. On witnessing the destruction caused by the demon, the Gods ran to seek help from Lord Vishnu.
Lord Vishnu started performing penances to appease Tripurasundari on the shore of a lake called Haridra Sarovar. Tripurasundari got appeased with Lord Vishnu's penance, and emerged as a deceitful Goddess called Bagalamukhi from Haridra Sarovar. Goddess Bagalamukhi first stopped the storm and then challenged demon Madanasura for a battle. She killed the demon by pulling out his tongue and breaking his skull with Her club.
This Yantra can also be used for meditating over Goddess Baglamukhi. This will help in making you more focused and mentally stable. It will also aid in attaining union with Goddess through geometric visualization. This Yantra is the window through which you can align with divine energy. Through resonance it connects you to the energy present in the macrocosm.
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