Bhabanipur (Bengali: ভবানীপুর) is a village under Sherpur upazila in Bogra of Rajshahi division, Bangladesh. Sherpur (শেরপুর is an Upazila of Bogra District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Bogra (বগুড়া Bogura) is a northern district of Bangladesh, in the Rajshahi Division. Rajshahi ( Bangla: রাজশাহী is a city in Rajshahi District in northwestern Bangladesh. ( Bengali: বাংলাদেশ inc-Latn Bangladesh) officially It is the sacred site around Karatoyatat, one of the Shakti Peethas, a place of worship consecrated to the Goddess Ma Bhabani. The Shakti Peethas ( holy places of cosmic power) are places of worship consecrated to the goddess ' Shakti ', the female principal of Hinduism The Shakti Peethas ( holy places of cosmic power) are places of worship consecrated to the goddess ' Shakti ', the female principal of Hinduism It is a historic place of pilgrimage for the followers of Hinduism. Hinduism is a religious tradition that originated in the Indian subcontinent.
As to which part of “Sati” Ma Tara’s body fell at Bhabanipur, there is dispute. In Hinduism, the Goddess Tara ( Sanskrit: Tārā, Devanagari: तारा) meaning "star" is the second of the It could be left anklet (ornament), ribs of left chest, right eye, or bedding (according to various sources).
The “Bhabanipur Temple Devolopment, Renovation, and Management Committee” supervises the temple activities.
There are arrangements to offer “Bhog” to the divine mother “Tara” (Ma Bhabani) and take “Prasad” later. In Hinduism, the Goddess Tara ( Sanskrit: Tārā, Devanagari: तारा) meaning "star" is the second of the
Every year, two festivals take place at the Bhabanipur Temple premises. One is on the auspicious occasion of Maghi Purnima in the Bengali month of “Magh/Falgun” and another is on the auspicious occasion of Ram Nabomi in the Bengali month of “Chaitra”/”Baishak".
There is a legend saying that while once a conch-bangles dealer was passing by the side of a lonely pond in a dense jungle near the then Bhabanipur temple, a little girl with a tip of vermilion on her forehead approached him and told him that she was the daughter of the Natore Rajbari. She bought a pair of conch-bangles from him and requested him to collect the price of that bangles from the then Maharani (Queen) from a basket kept in the Rajbari/Palace at a specified place. Her appearance and polite words overwhelmed the conch-dealer. The Maharani rushed to the place/site with her men and the conch-dealer as soon as she heard this from him. On the earnest prayer by the conch-dealer, Ma Bhabani raised from that pond showing her two wrists with the conch-bangles worn. The Maharani and the men present there were surprised, and the divinity of Mother Bhabani spread throughout this subcontinent. This is that sacred "Shakha-Pukur" where the devotees take their holy bath when they go there.
Devotees can go to Bhabanipur from Dhaka via Jamuna Bridge and after passing Chandaikona in Sirajganj District, they can reach Ghoga Bot-tola bus stoppage on the same highway from where they can reach the Bhabanipur Temple by availing themselves of van or scooter. Dhaka (also known as Dacca ( Bangla: ঢাকা ɖʱaka is the Capital of Bangladesh and the principal city of Dhaka District. Bangabandhu Bridge, also called the Jamuna Multi-purpose Bridge ( Bengali: যমুনা বহুমুখী সেতু Jomuna Bohumukhi Shetu Sirajganj is a town in central Bangladesh, lying just west of the Brahmaputra River and about 70 mi Pilgrims from the districts located to the North of Bogra can reach the Bhabanipur Temple by passing through Sherpur and Mirzapur of Bogra district. Bogra (বগুড়া Bogura) is a northern district of Bangladesh, in the Rajshahi Division. Sherpur (শেরপুর is an Upazila of Bogra District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Bogra (বগুড়া Bogura) is a northern district of Bangladesh, in the Rajshahi Division.