Bahuchara Mata Temple is a Hindu goddess of virtue and fruitfulness in her Maiden perspective, of the manifestation of the Mother part of Shakti. She is viewed as patroness of the hijra community. Her essential sanctuary is situated in Becharaji town in Mehsana region of Gujarat, India. Bahuchara Mata is appeared as a lady who conveys a sword on her upper right, a content of sacred texts on her upper left, the abhay hasta mudra on her base right, and a trident on her base left. She is situated on a chicken, which symbolizes honesty. One of the hypothesis says that she is one of the goddesses in Sri Chakra. The genuine image of her vehicle is kurkut which implies the snake which has two mouths.
Bahucharaji is situated on the low end and the opposite end goes to Sahasrara, which implies that Bahucharaji is the goddess beginning the enlivening of kundalini which in the long run leads the freedom or moksha. Bahucharaji Temple is situated in Bahucharaji town in Mehsana area of Gujarat, India. As per the engraving no progressions were made in the sanctuary design until the 18th century. The sanctuary complex is wonderfully beautified with stone carvings and divider artworks. Despite the fact that less notable outside of Gujarat and Rajasthan, the sanctuary is viewed as a minor Shakti Peetha and consistently about 1.5 million explorers visit this temple.