Next to him is Maheswar seated on sixteen leafed lotus with bijaksharas like
that of Brahma. And next to him is the Vishnu's statue seated on a six leafed
lotus inscribed with bijaksharas too. There is another for Rudramurti Siva and
is seated on a ten leafed lotus. Yet there is another for murti seated on red
coloured lotus. So there are five statues placed just below the Mother's murti.
The Mother's murti placed ever these icons of the highest divinities seems
dominating and its craftsmanship enthralling the viewers raises their hands in
devotion. This is made in conformity with yogic, tantric and silpagamic
injunctions. The combination of such august murtis with bijaksharas inscribed is
a rarity of rarities now her, found in theist world. Hence unparalleled enthusiasm for
visitation and adoration. A single visit confers the blessings from the most adorable deities and beckons further call followed by umpteen
times, since the conception construction and traditions seen here are singular
and unheard of.
This lies on the Balamaov, and Kanpur broad guage
line in the
district of Bangarmav of Uttar Pradesh accessible by bus and train.
Sakti-Peetha lies near Tanakpur Mandi in the Nainital
district of Uttar Pradesh on Pehalkhand - Kanov railway line The walking part
starts from this place.