Happy Navratri The nine forms of Maa Durga are worshiped, worshiped and worshiped during the nine days of Navratri and there is a provision of worshiping a different form of Maa Durga on each day.
The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Maa Parvati, the next three days to Mata Lakshmit and the last three days of Navratri to Mata Saraswati, while each day is worshiped by a different form of Mata Durga, which is described as following:
The form of the mother who is worshiped on the first day of Navratri is known as Shailputri. This form of Maa Durga was named ‘Shailputri’ due to her birth as a daughter of the mountain of Himalayas.
According to the scriptures, the form of Mother Shailputri is very divine. In the right hand of the mother is the trident given by Lord Shiva while in the left hand of the mother is a lotus flower decorated by Lord Vishnu. Mother Shailputri rides on bulls and is considered the protector of all wildlife.(happy Navratri)
Worshiping mother Durga’s Shailputri form during Navaratri provides freedom from accidental disasters. That is why Maa Shailputri is established before making settlements in inaccessible places, it is believed that the establishment of these places makes the place safe and after the installation of the mother statue, there is no risk of disaster, disease, disease, infection at that place. And the living beings can relax and spend their lives at that position.
According to mythology, mother Shailputri was Sati, the daughter of Daksha-Prajapati, who was married to Lord Shiva in her former birth.
Religious. Accordingly, while worshiping the form of this Shailputri of Maa Durga, the chanting of the following mantra hurts the mother, and helps in providing the desired fruit- Vrishrudha Shuldharan Shailputri Yashasvinam.
According to the Hindu belief of Indian culture, Mother Durga’s Brahmacharini form is the daughter of Himalaya and Maina, who, on the request of Lord Narada, did such a difficult penance of Lord Shankar, which pleased Brahmaji gave him a desired boon, due to which the influence of Lord Shiva Became wives
In Sanskrit language, Brahma means penance, that is, the form of Mother Bhagavati, who conducts penance, is known as Mother Brahmacharini and this form of Mother Durga is worshiped on the second day of Navratri.
The form of Brahmacharini Devi is fully lit and very magnificent. There is a garland of chanting in the right hand of the mother and a lotus in the left hand and the belief is that by worshiping and meditating on Mother Brahmacharini, Kundalini Shakti is awakened.
Kundahlini Shakti is such a power, upon waking up, a person’s life becomes successful. What he wants is the same. The whole nature begins to work according to what he says. Therefore Kundafalini Jagran is also considered to be the most difficult practice in Indian culture. The mantra which is practiced to worship Mother Brahmacharini is as follows:
Yadevi Sarvabhushumama brahmacharini rupen institution. Namastasai Namastasyaay Namastasayai Namo Namah:.
When Mata Durga was having a war with Mahishasura, Mata destroyed the Asuras with the clash of hours. Therefore, on the third day of Navratri, this Chandraghanta form of Mother is worshiped. According to the Indian religious belief, by worshiping them, the attainments of the awakening of the Manipur Chakra of the seeker are automatically attained and liberated from worldly sufferings.
The third power of Mother Durga, which is worshiped on the third day of Navratri, has ten arms of the divine form of Goddess Chandraghanta. These ten hands of the mother have a quiver full of shield, sword, sword, trident, bow, wheel, loop, mace and arrows. The face of the mother Chandraghanta is calm, sattvic, gentle but sharp like the sun. The half-moon shaped on his forehead is also beautiful.
Mother Chandraghanta is the goddess of sound, so by her grace, the seeker is proficient in vocal science and singing, and the grace of the mother Chandraghanta is so sweet that everyone is attracted to her by hearing her voice. It is also valid that mother Chandraghanta protects the seeker from problems like phantom obstruction. The worship of Mata Chandraghanta is very effective for the success of yoga practice, so the third day of Navratri has special significance for tantra-mantra and yoga practice. The mantra which is practiced to worship Maa Chandraghanta is as follows:
On the fourth day of Navratri, Kushmanda Swaroop of Maa Parambara Bhagwati Durga is worshiped. The validity is that when the universe did not exist, then Kushmanda Devi created the universe. They are known as Kushmanda only because of the creation of the universe with their dull smile, hence they are the primordial form of the universe.
Goddess Kushmanda resides in the inner world of the sun, where only she has the ability and power to live. Kanti and Prabha of his body are as supernatural as the Sun. Ten directions are illuminated by the light and light of the mother, the sharp mother present in all the objects and beings of the universe is the shadow of Kushmanda.
Mother Kushmunda. Has eight arms. Therefore mother Kushmanda is also known as Ashtabhuja Devi. His seven hands have Kamandal, Dhanush, Arrow, Lotus-flower, Amritpurna Kalash, Chakra and Mace respectively. In the eighth hand there is a Japamala giving all the siddhis and funds. Ma lives on Singh’s vehicle.
All diseases and mourning of the devotees are eradicated by worshiping Mother Kushmanda. Their devotion leads to increase in age, fame, strength and health. On this day, the mind of the seeker is situated in the ‘Anahata’ cycle.