“Chinta” Means worry ……
Tension or worries act as a slow Poison.
Maiya saves her bhakts from it, giving elixir of life, by
fulfilling their desires and hence rightly known as CHINTAPURNI
The sacred place belong to 'Chhinnmastika Devi' i.e. the goddess without head. It is also know as the Abode of Chhinnamastila. But the most popular name is CHINTAPURANI, Some parts of the holy feet of Sati are said to be fallen here, while Lord Vishnu used His Sudarshan Chakra to cut the corpse into pieces. The Shrine of Chintapurniis situated in Una district of Himachal Pradesh in northern India.