Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is a personification of a divine mother is the fourth Devi Upasana, among the ten Mahavidya goddess in the "land of Hindus", as per "Sanatana dharma". She is the goddess of earth in extreme form of clarity, like a "clean water running down the mountains", which is clean and pure. She is another form of purity and prosperity. She is the consort of Lord Shiva and associated to Brahma the creator, Durga the divine forces, Parvati the divine mother, Shivashakti the constructive and destructive forces and save the world from misunderstandings, primordial issues, and instinctive problems. She is also known as "Sutha Vidya". The word "Sutha" stands for clean and also denotes a "Flower with a Bliss" and the word "Vidya" stands "having great wisdom" which means Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is a "Matrix of all things". With this multiversity, she bestows the divine knowledge to the "Sadaka" meaning "Charity" and guide him to focus inwards and to worship Nirguna instead of Saguna which keeps away evil thinking, and perform what is good, respect the truth and harmony.
Goddess Bhuvaneshwari is a family god of Raja Gurus, and the worship rituals is based on Vedic and tantric principles. Also called as "Bhuvna" or "Subhadra". Goddess Bhuvaneshwari has three eyes and four arms, Angusa (hook) in her upper right and Paasa (rope) in her upper left and with her lower hands showing Varada Mudra (Blessings) on the left and Abhaya Mudra (Protection), on the right, who is alighted in a Lotus flower, in a padmasana posture, which is a symbol of consciousness. Her face is illuminated with brightness from the radius of thousands of the Sun God, Lord Surya, emitting the divine light for a structured creation of the world. She has a half-moon on her head resembling 'horns'.
Goddess Bhuvaneshwari has created five powerful abstracts known as "Pachabhootha" and the seven worlds known as "Saptha Matrika" (Seven Mother Goddess), emerged from her sacred mantra: Hreem (Hreemkara), resembling Adi Bhuvanesvari, the supreme cosmic mother. She is a guiding force motivating principles of life and the divine spirit which is well above and beyond the three worlds namely Brahmam, Kailayam and Vaikundam.