Seats of Shakti function on the Shakti of either Iccha, Kriya or Dnyan, Mahur, Tuljapur and Kolhapur are independent or complete Peeths. Their function is providing adequate and supporting strength to Kshatradharma, Brahmadharma and Rajadharma.
Half Peeth and its function
Vani (Saptashrungi) Peeth is considered as half Peeth, meaning the remainder, since it functions on the combined strength of Iccha, Kriya and Dnyan and is a confluence of Shakti from complete Peeths. Its function is dissolution.
Shaktipeeths of Maharashtra – The
Deities, their symbol and their level of function !
Deity Shri Mahalakshmi of Kolhapur
Symbol : Rajatej
Function : On the strength of Dnyanshakti adorning Herself with the crown of Rajadharma in the form of Pitrushahi (Paternal Rule), provides momentum and stability to creation of Ichha and awakening of Kriya
Level of Function : Dnyanshakti (One complete peeth)
Deity Shri Bhavani of Tuljapur
Symbol : Brahmatej
Function : Concentrating Shakti in the body by purifying all the koshas.
Level of Function : Kriya-shakti (One complete peeth)
Deity Shri Renuka of Mahur
Symbol : Kshatratej
Function : Creating desire to perform karya (Activity) on the strength of Ichha-shakti by eliminating Raja-Tama from the body.
Level of Function : Ichha-shakti (One complete peeth)
Deity Shri Saptashrungi of Vani
Symbol : Sanyogitej (Combined Tej)
Function : One that provides Chaitanya and controls Shakti waves of all the three Shaktipeeths and directs them in a particular direction as per the need.
Level of Function : Shakti that is a combination of Ichha, Kriya and Dnyan (Half peeth)
Source of Shaktipeeths of Maharashtra
On the strength of their balanced and unified energy, the three and a half Shaktipeeths of Maharashtra keep the spiritual state of entire Bharat under control and protect it from the attacks of negative energies. For this reason, for many centuries Bharat has been able to recover from the fierce attacks of negative energies in various forms.
Due to the active flow of Shakti from the self-originated three and a half Shaktipeeths which is concentrated in Maharashtra, Maharashtra has benefited from the lineage of many Saints and Sanatan Hindu Dharma still exists in Maharashtra.
Mahalakshmipeeth represents the swirling of a ring of Dnyan-shakti around itself.
Bhavanipeeth functions by emitting a beam of Kriya-shakti from its focal point, whereas Renukapeeth emits rays charged with Kshatratej.
In Maharashtra, the seat of these three Shaktipeeths are in the sequence of Ichha, Kriya and Dnyan and crowning their head is the nirgun Shaktipeeth of Vani.
In fact, through their structure these four seats form a crown on the map. This kind of functioning and balanced relationship between Shaktipeeths is a Divine play of Shakti.’