Sri Maha Pratyangira Devi
The mother of Moksha
Embodiment of Satya (truth) and
Dharma (righteousness)

Sri Maha Pratyangira Devi is a powerful and ever-existing aspect of the Divine Mother. She presents Her form to us as a Goddess with the head of a male lion and the body of a woman. Her form and energy represent the balance between the masculine and the feminine (Shiva-Shakti). It is a representation of yin-yang, the balance between opposing forces, enabling Her devotees to transcend dualities into Ekatvam, or Oneness with their higher Self.

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Swami Shanmuga, Amma Adi Sakthi
Yogi and Yogini couple

Adiyargal (devotees and servants) of
Sri Maha Pratyangira Devi 

Swami and Amma, as they are fondly known, manifest and personify the pristine energies of Pratyangira Devi. Offering themselves to be vehicles of the Divine Mother's energies, they have healed and touched the lives of many. They are living Himalayan Yogis, currently in Tapasya in the Himalayas​​

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Miraculous experiences in the temples around Thanjavur
The Divine energies kept giving and giving as we received blessings from the Muthu Mariamman, Patteeswaram and Hanuman temples. There[...]
Experiences from the majestic temple in Thanjavur
After the drive from Madurai, we finally arrived into Thanjavur after divine experiences at Pillaiyarpatti Ganesha temple and Kundrakudi Murugan[...]
Experiences and tools for a Yogi and Yogini’s Tapasya
The guidance from Lord Muruga and the Divine Mother led Amma Adi Sakthi and Swami Shanmuga through many beautiful temples[...]