India is known for its rich culture, diversity and religious belief. Shaktipeetha’s are very religious place for the Pilgrims specially during Navratri. Many devotees visit Shaktipeetha’s for the purpose of religious faith. There are 51 Shaktipeetha in across the country which is dedicated to Goddess Sati. Sati was the another incarnated of Goddess Parvati. The most popular Shaktipeetha is based on the story which is related to the death of Goddess Sati. Lord Shiva took Sati’s body out of sorrow and remembered her as when they were couple while walking around the universe. Out of 51 there four major Shaktipeetha which are Tara Tarini, Jagannath temple, Kamakhya temple and Dakshinas Kalika. The original temple was built by Pandavas in which the idol is Flaming Goddess. Shaktipeetha’s are hundred of centuries old and they are located in the caves, water bodies and hill tops where the body parts of Goddess fell. Shaktipeetha’s of Ujjian, Gaya and Guwahati are the most sacred and powerful once because it showcase the most important aspects of Mother, Nourishment and Annihilation. All of these 51 places has now transformed to most religious temples of worship and Goddess Sati resides in the temples in the form of Shakti. You can visit these religious Shaktipeetha’s once in tour lifetime.