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The names of these cities are named after Maa Durga, the history is very interesting

Famous Temple Of Maa Durga: The festival of Sharadiya Navratri 2022 is being celebrated with pomp across the country. In these days, the devotees of Mother Goddess offer special worship to the nine forms of Mother. Many names of Maa Durga are found in Hindu religious texts. These names are very beautiful. Often the names of daughters are named after the goddess, but today we are telling you about the cities which are named after Maa Durga.

The name of Srinagar is based on the name of a form of Goddess Durga. Boasting natural beauty in itself, it is the capital of very beautiful Jammu and Kashmir, which is considered to be the home of Shri i.e. Mother Lakshmi in the form of self-styled Shree Chakra in Sharika Devi Temple.

Mumbai City (Mumbai)
Mumbai, which is called Dream City, is named after Mumba Devi. This temple located in Zaveri Bazar is very ancient. It was built about 500 years ago in the glory of Mahaamba Devi.

Do you know that a part of the country’s capital Delhi was also called Yoginipur? No, then let us tell you that due to the location of the Yogmaya temple in the Mehrauli region, it was known as Yoginipur. This temple is more than 5000 years old.

You have already heard the name of Goddess Tripura Sundari. The city of Tripura is named after him. The temple of Tripura Sundari is built on a hill situated at a distance of about 55 km from Agartala.

According to religious texts, the right thigh of Goddess Sati had fallen in Patna. This place became the Shaktipeeth which was built at the same place to honor the goddess named Patan Devi.

This beautiful city is named after Naina Devi, another form of Goddess Durga. It is said that the eyes of Goddess Sati fell here.

The city is named after Chandi Devi. Here is the famous temple of Maa Chandi which holds religious importance for the local people and tourists.

Mangalore (Mangaluru)
The city is named after Goddess Mangala. It is said that in the ninth century, King Kundavarman of the Alupa dynasty built a temple of Goddess Mangala here.

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