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CHARPAT NATH PRANEET-BHAGVATI DHOOMAVATI SADHNA. Dhumavati. Dhumavati (Sanskrit: धूमावती, Dhūmāvatī, literally "the smoky one") is one of the Mahavidyas, a group of ten Tantric goddesses.


Dhumavati represents the fearsome aspect of Devi, the Hindu Divine Mother. She is often portrayed as an old, ugly widow, and is associated with things considered inauspicious and unattractive in Hinduism, such as the crow and the Chaturmas period. Some verses from umaa sahasram (Long) Jumadi. Jumadi, also known as Dhumavathi or Xenu, is a deity worshiped particularly in the Tulu Nadu[1] region of Karnataka and Kerala in India.


Shrines dedicated to Jumadi can be found all over Tulu Nadu and Kerala.[2] Legend[edit] It is believed that there was great a demon, Dhumasura, who used to eat human beings. Mahabriddha Ati Briddha Maa Dhoomavati. Dhoomavati Maa - Babaji is in ecstacy. Mahavidya Dhumavati. Dhumavathi. Sri Dhumavati Stuti. INDRA - Dhumavati - Demo.