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Kuldevi of Debbarma clan named Noksima
|Mantra||Om Tripuri Ama Ma Noksima Namah|
|Spouse||Fa Trilochana Manik the Founder of the Manikya Dynasty |
Name[edit | edit source]
She is the daughter of Kubera king of the yaksha and Bhadra. She is believed to be born from her daughter little finger on the day of poornima (Full moon). She is as white as snow and her beauty was so that the rivers Brahmaputra had to stop a while to admire her beauty in detail. In many South East Asian countries whither it is Myanmar or Laos there is a place of this goddess.
Mythology[edit | edit source]
In the mythology and folktales of the Tripuri clan Debbarma, there is a briefly details of her she is regard as the goddess of beauty, she has the capability to heal others and to provide youthness to others. She is the kuldevi of the Debbarma known as Noksima who is worship on the day of December 15. The priest who is also know as chuntai in the kokborok perform the pujas in grand manner where ever family gather there to seek the blessing of their kuldevi and to get prasad. In every day also the members if can be also perform by young boy or girls also the family can also perform the puja in a small manner where everybody may be present if they want.
Aztec Mythology[edit | edit source]
There is also a traces of this type of similar goddess in the mythology of Aztec Mythology . But its name had got erased due to the period of time .
Legend[edit | edit source]
She had came to the northeastern part of when she was banished from Alkapuri as she had dishonoured her father 's dignity .She had banished for 20 years .When she came to Tripura the lords of many Kingdom request her for marriage but she disaggre, but when she met Fa Trilochana Manikya Lord of Tripura. She felt in love and marriage her.After 16 years she left tripura because she was disrespect by her husband and she realised her mistakes as she had done to her father Kubera .During this 16 years in tripura she had her knowledge of civilisation and writing ,that why she was regard as the kuldevi of the main tripuri clan Debbarma.When she left Tripua many request her to don't leave and she had no option unless leave .In this next 4 years went across the Pacific Ocean and spread her knowledge seeing her wisedom her brother Nalakuvara and Manibhadra came frequently to meet her . Nalakuvara told Kubera about her wisdom. At the end of her banishment she was welcome with a grand celebration at Alkapuri .[Fa Trilochana Manikya ]] knowing his mistake he began to felt guilty and began to search for her wife, Devi Alkapuri after many attempt of failure he meditate to Gauria,the Head of Tripuri clan God, also regard as one of the form of shiv After being happy from Fa Trilochana Manikya He grant him a wish. Fa Trilochana Manikya grant to seek Devi Alkapuri only for 10 days by which Devi Alkapuri came to tripura for welcoming her the chief priest of the King advice the king to celebrate a festival on welcoming the holy lady of tripura which was known as Tring(Tripuri New Year) Thad many rivers name after her i.e.R.Raima, R.Surma, R.Holog and manyou more but due to the outsider or illegal immigrant Bengalis which had cause to criticise the hesitant of the indigenous tripurine clan and change their rivers name into their Bengalis kuldevi or kuldevta i.e. River Gomoti,River Howrah,Rudrasagar, DimSagar and many more which hurted many indigineous tripuri clan 's sentiment. As the government is with the majority of the Bengalis so that's why the tripuri are losing their kuldevi Devi Alkapuri heritage.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Brief discussion with Samwel Debbarma who told that the clan of the Tripura i.e. Debbarma worshiped Noksima as their kuldevi
- discussion with Samwel Debbarma
- Samwel Debbarma told that as Shiv wife is Parvati also known as Ma Gauri,It can be possible that it can be shiv to be called Gauria.Ex-Yam-Yami, Kripa-Kripi,Varaha-Varahi and Narasigha-Narisighi
M.A. Comparative Mythology Textbook by Sri.Gardara Dharan
- Brief discussion with Samwel Debbarma a NorthEast Mythologist and with Devdutt Pattanaik Indian renowned mythologist
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