Navdurga Puja (Mantra Japa & Puja on each day of Navratri followed by a Big Homam & Puja on the 9th day)
Navratri is commended all over India and is supposed to be the celebration which shows the different shades of India. “NavRatri” in a real sense signifies “Nine Nights.” This Year Navratri will be praised from Saturday, seventeenth October 2020 till Sunday, 25th October 2020. The celebration of Navratri is commended with petitions in the start of the Ashwin (fall) month and the start of Chaitra (spring) month. Navratri, the celebration of nine evenings is committed to the nine types of Goddess Durga who involves an extraordinary spot in the Hindu Religion. During the nine days of Ashwin (harvest time) Navratri (otherwise called Shardiya Navratri), an enormous number of Devotees notice quick for the whole time frame. During nights individuals perform strict moves to venerate Goddess Durga Maa.
About Goddess Durga :
As indicated by Hindu folklore, Goddess Durga is the mother of humankind and is accepted to be the force behind the creation, conservation, and pulverization of the universe. The Hindu fighter Goddess Durga is ordinarily depicted as a delightful lady with ten arms that bear divine weapons to ensure every single one of us. Her part in Indian folklore is exceptionally solid and ground-breaking. She has been revered as the preeminent intensity of the universe. She is a multi-dimensional Goddess, with numerous names and numerous people.
Goddess Nav Durga in Nine Forms :
Nine types of Shakti are loved during the Navratris. Consistently, she expects another manifestation, having another look and name. Every Goddess has an alternate structure and extraordinary noteworthiness.
The message that Goddess Durga provides for her enthusiasts is that with the power of nobility and astuteness, we can accomplish the triumph over all the satanic powers inside us.
Nine Days and Nine Forms of Maa Durga :
first Day of Navratri ( Saturday, seventeenth October 2020 ) : On the primary day of Navratri, Goddess Durga is venerated as ‘Shailputri’ She is viewed as the girl of the Himalayas. This type of Goddess Durga rides a bull and conveys a spear and a lotus in her two hands.
second day of Navratri ( Sunday, eighteenth October 2020 ) : The second type of Goddess Durga is known as ‘Brahmacharini’. She is likewise a type of Uma or Parvati. She is delighted and presents bliss, harmony, success and beauty upon all enthusiasts who love her. Venerating this type of Goddess Durga is additionally an approach to accomplish Moksha.
third day of Navratri ( Monday, nineteenth October 2020 ) : On the third day of Navratri the Goddess is venerated as ‘Chandraghanta’. She is the emblematic portrayal of excellence and dauntlessness. She has a ‘chandra’ or half moon on her brow looking like a ‘ghanta’ or chime. That is the reason she is called ‘Chandraghanta’. She is enchanting and has ten hands, three eyes and grasps weapons.
fourth day of Navratri ( Tuesday, twentieth October 2020 ) : On the fourth day of Navratri the Goddess is revered as ‘Kushmanda’. It is accepted that Kushmanda is the maker of the whole Universe which she has made by her giggle. The universe was loaded with haziness, until her light spreads every which way like beams from the sun. She has eight or ten hands and holds weapons, sparkle, rosary, and so on, in her grasp.
fifth day of Navratri ( Wednesday, 21st October 2020 ) : On the fifth day of Navratri, Goddess is revered as ‘Skand Mata’. She is really called so in light of the fact that she is the Mother of Skanda, the central fighter of the Gods armed force. She is joined by the Lord Skanda in his baby structure. Skanda Mata has four arms and three eyes, holds the baby Skanda in her correct upper arm and a lotus in her correct hand which is somewhat raised upwards. The left arm is in posture to give helps with elegance and she holds a lotus in left lower hand which is likewise raised.
sixth day of Navratri ( Thursday, 22nd October 2020 ) : On the 6th day, the Goddess is revered as ‘Katyayani’. Goddess Katyayani rides on a heavenly Lion and she has four hands. She conveys lotus blossom and blade in her correct hands and keeps her left hands in Abhaya and Varada Mudras.
seventh day of Navratri ( Friday, 23rd October 2020 ) : On the seventh day, the Goddess is venerated as ‘Kalratri’. Her composition is dull dark and she rides on a jackass. She is portrayed with four hands. Her correct hands are in Abhaya and Varada Mudra and she conveys blade and the lethal iron snare in her left hands.
eighth day of Navratri ( Saturday, 24th October 2020 ) : On the multi day, the Goddess is adored as ‘Maha Gauri’. She is viewed as very delightful, white like day off she wears white hued decorations. She speaks to smoothness and shows Wisdom. Her capacity is unfailing and appealing to her is in a split second productive. The left advantage holds a ‘Damaru’ and the lower one is in the posture of giving shelters to her lovers.
ninth day of Navratri ( Sunday, 25th October 2020 ) : On the ninth day, the Goddess is adored as ‘Siddhidatri’. It is accepted she is bestower of all the eight Siddhis. She lives on lotus and has Supernatural mending powers. In ‘Devi Bhagvata Purana’ it is referenced that Lord Shiva loved her and was honored with all Siddhis (otherworldly powers). By her gifts his half body became female and other half body male in the symbol of Ardhnarishwar.
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