Bhoomi Devi

Bhoomi Devi

Bhoomi Devi

Bhoomi Devi also is known as Bhu Devi is the Goddess Mother Earth.  Bhoomi Devi is the consort of God Varaha, who is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Bhoomi Devi is worshipped when a new plot or a place is bought and the inauguration of the place be done on an auspicious note.

Bhoomi devi also known as Bhu devi is the Goddess Mother Earth. Bhoomidevi is a combination of two words namely 'bhoomi' and 'devi'. Bhoomi refers to earth and devi refers to Goddess in english, thus Bhoomi Devi is Earth Goddess. Bhoomi devi is the consort of God Varaha, who is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that Bhudevi and other earth related Goddess who represents or personifies Earth are often accompanied by the incarnations of Lord Vishnu as their consort. She is also said to be the wife of Lord Krishna (Lord Krishna being the avatar of Lord Vishnu). Bhumi devi is also known to be the mother of Goddess Sita, as Sita was found in the ploughed field by Raja Janak of Mithila. Also when Sita decides to leave her husband Lord Rama to get rid of the cruel world, she returns back to the womb of Earth and Goddess earth appears to take Sita along with her. There are similarities between Sita and Bhoomidevi as both were found in the ploughed field. Bhoomi devi is also known as Prithvi, Dharti, Dhaathri, Dharani, Vasudha, Vasundhra and Hiranmaya all of which means 'the one who holds everything'.

Devi Bhoomi is depicted as a beautiful shapely Goddess adorned with a lot of jewellery. She sits on a lotus, wearing a heavy crown and many jewellery around her neck, hands and feet. She sits there calmly with a smile on her face. Bhoomi Devi along with God Varaha gave birth to a demon Narakasura who secured a boon from Lord Vishnu that none other than his mother could ever kill him. Taking advantage of the situation, he began tormenting people and his tyrant rule continued for years until Lord Krishna took birth being an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Lord Krishna married Satyabhama, who is considered an avatar of Bhoomidevi. When Satyabhama heard of Narakasura bad acts, she was aggravated and she killed Narakasura along with her husband Lord Krishna.

Bhoomi Devi Puja

Bhumi devi is worshipped when a new plot or a place is bought in order to inaugurate the place on an auspicious note. By performing Bhoomi Pooja, one attains the blessings of the Goddess and is freed by the evil powers that may be surrounding the existing or newly acquired building or home.

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Puja will be done with right vidhi vidhan through experienced purohits.

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