Baglamukhi or Bagalā (Sanskrit: बगलामुखी) is one of the mahavidyas (great wisdom/science), a group of ten Tantrik deities in Hinduism

Devi Bagalamukhi smashes the devotee’s misconceptions and delusions (or the devotee’s enemies) with her cudgel

The word “Bagala” is derived from the word “Valga” (meaning – bridle or to rein in) which, became “Vagla” and then “Bagla”

The Devi has 108 different names (some others also call her by 1108 names)

Bagalamukhi is commonly known as Pitambari Maa in North India, the goddess associated with yellow color or golden color

She sits on golden throne having pillars decorated with various jewels and has three eyes, which symbolizes that she can impart ultimate knowledge to the devotee

As per dhyan mantra which depicts the same - Sauvarnasan samsthitaam trinayana

Bagalamukhi is one of the ten forms of the wise Devi, symbolizing potent female primeval force

The main temples dedicated to Bagalamukhi or Bagala Devi are located at Bagalamukhi Temple, Nalkheda Madhya Pradesh, Bugiladhar, Ghuttu Uttarakhand, Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati, Assam and Kangra, Himachal Pradesh