How can a person plan to the Goddess Mahalaxmi Shakti peetha from north east and west

Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth

How to Reach:-
From East:-
Manipur-> Silchar-> Karimganj-> Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth, aproxi 365km
From West:-Patna-> Malda-> Rajshahi-> Bhairab-> Sylhet-> Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth, aproxi 960km
From North:-Guwahati-> Umkor-> Dwaki-> Hemu-> Sylhet-> Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth, aproxi 230km
From South:- Visakhapatnam-> Kolkata-> Dhaka-> Sylhet-> Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth, aproxi 1,395km
History:-Goddess Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth Temple dedicated to Goddess Mahalakshmi is one of the 51 shakti peeth temple . Mahalaxmi Shaktipeeth located at Joinpur Village, Dakshin Surma, near Gtatikar which is about 3 km. northeast of Sylhet town, Bangladesh is one of the 51 Shakti Peeth. Here goddess Mahalakshmi is associated with the Bhairav form as Sambaranand
Shakti Peethas are shrines or divine places of the Mother Goddess . Lord Brahma performed a yajna to please Shakti and Shiva. Goddess Shakti emerged, separating from Shiva and helped Brahma in the creation of the universe. Brahma decided to give Shakti back to Shiva. Therefore his son Daksha performed several yajnas to obtain Shakti as his daughter in the form of Sati. Daksha, unhappy with his daughter Sati’s marriage to Lord Shiva, refused to invite Shiva to the yagna he was performing. Relenting to Sati who wanted to visit her father, Shiva allowed his wife to go the yagna. There, Daksha insulted Shiva. Unable to bear her father’s disrespect towards her husband, Sati immolated herself. Shiva, in his wrathful form of Veerabhadra, destroyed the yagna and killed Daksha. Lord Shiva carried Sati and wandered throughout Aryavartha in sorrow , the anger and grief of Shiva, manifested as the celestial dance of destruction, the Tandav. Lord Vishu, with the aim of stopping the Tandav, used his Sudarshana Chakra, which cut through the Sati’s corpse. The parts of Sati body fell at varroas spots all through the Indian and neighboring country and these Sacred sites came to be called Shakti Peethas .

Temple Timings:-4:00 AM to 10:15 PM
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