Darshan taken by Shrichitshakti (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil of Shri Chandi-Chamunda Devi, the form of Adishakti, at Chotila (Gujarat)! 

Saptarshi said further, “Chandi-Chamunda’ Devi’s idols are on a mountain in Chotila village. Though we see two Devi forms here, they are one from within. Chandi and Chamunda are the forms of Adishakti. The two spiritual successors of Paratpar Guru Dr. Athavale, Shrisatshakti (Mrs.) Binda Singbal and Shrichitshakti (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil are forms of Devi Chandi and Chamunda.

Shrichitshakti (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil’s visit to ‘Manikarna Taptakunda’ (Dist. Kullu) that was created with the air blown by Sheshnag!

There is a town named Kullu in Devbhoomi Himachal Pradesh. There are several divine places in all four directions surrounding this town. Kullu means ‘Kulantpeeth’ of earlier times where human descent ends and divine descent begins; it means the abode of Deities i.e. ‘Kulantpeeth!’ Manikarna is located in the region of Kullu.

Shri Hingalajmata temple : Shaktipeeth in Pakistan where Devi Sati’s Brahmarandhra fell

One of the 51 seats of Divine Energy (Shaktipeethas), the temple of Shri Hingalajmata lies in a thickly forested valley in the Lari Taluka of Balochistan in Pakistan. This temple situated in a mountain cavern of the Makran Desert on the banks of River Hingol is sacred to millions of Hindus. This is where the Brahmarandhra (aperture on the crown of the head) of Devi Sati had fallen.

Birbhum (West Bengal) : Devi Shri Taradevi who resides in a crematorium

‘5 out of 51 seats of Divine Energy (Shaktipeeth) viz. Bakureshwar, Nalhati, Bandikeshwari, Fuloradevi and Tarapeeth are in the Birbhum District of West Bengal. The pupil (tara) of Devi Sati’s third eye fell under a white silk cotton tree (bombax tree) in the premises of a crematorium on the banks River Dwarka. That is why it is known as the Tarapeeth.