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Navratri which translates to nine (Nava) auspicious nights (Ratri), is the biggest festival of Maa Durga, where 9 forms of Maa Durga are worshipped every night for nine holy nights. The days of Navratri are considered extremely auspicious and all puja done during these days is sure to give fruitful results. Shardiya (Sharada) Navratri starts on the first day of Ashwin month, in the beginning of autumn and continues for nine days. Nine forms of goddess Durga are worshipped during these days. We will perform Navratri Puja for you Live for 9 consecutive days at Live Online Puja.
Devotees worship Mata Shailputri on the first day of Navratri. Other names of Maa Shailputri are Sati, Bhavani, Parvati, and Hemavati. Maa Shailputri embodies the power of the Trimurti the creator Lord Brahma, the preserver Lord Vishnu and the destroyer Lord Shiva. Mata Shailputri abodes the Muladhara Chakra also known as the Root Chakra. Mata associates with the color red or crimson. She represents the element of earth. Maa Shailputri provides eternal peace and spiritual wisdom to devotees. Moreover, any devotee with Chandra Dosha in his Kundali, attains mental peace and happiness by offering prayers to Maa Shailputri. Additionally, unmarried girls can get suitable partner with the blessings of Maa Shailputri. Married women also obtain peace and happiness in their married lives by worshipping Mata Shailputri.
Devotees worship Mata Brahmacharini on the second day of Navratri. Dressed in pure white clothes, with a mala in right hand and a kamadal in the left, Mata Brahmacharini is the embodiment of loyalty, love and devotion. Mata Brahmacharini abodes the Swathisthana Chakra also known as the Sacral Chakra. Maa associates with the color orange. Mata Brahmacharini worshipped for 5000 years to achieve the love and acceptance of Lord Shiva. Her unflinching resolve and devotion to Lord Shiva, also forced Lord Shiva to accept the love of Mata Brahmacharini. Blessings of Maa Brahmacharini are must for a happy married life of all women. Moreover, Mata Brahmacharini provides strength and courage to her devotees, enabling them to face and also conquer over all problems in their lives. Maa Brahmacharini brings peace, self-confidence, wisdom, courage, fearlessness, and harmony in the lives of her devotees.
Devotees worship Mata Chandraghanta on the third day of Navratri. Mata Brahmacharini abodes the Manipura Chakra also known as the Solar Plexus Chakra. Maa associates with the color yellow. Might of Maa Chandraghanta is divine with weapons such as Trishul, Gada, Khadak and Dhanush Baan at her disposal. Mata Chandraghanta rides on a lion and has a third eye which always remains open. With the blessings of Maa Chandraghanta, devotees become victorious over all their enemies. Moreover, Mata Chandraghanta takes away all the suffering, distress, hurdles and sins of her devotees.
Devotees worship Mata Kushmanda on the fourth day of Navratri. Mata Kushmanda abodes the Anahata Chakra also known as the Heart Chakra. Maa associates with the color green. Mata Kushmanda produce ‘anda’ also known as the cosmic egg, creating the whole universe. Being the Adi Shakti herself, Maa Kushmanda, bestows good health, strength and wealth onto her devotees. Maa Kushmanda is the source of energy and light required for life. Moreover, the blessings of Maa Kushmanda can cure all diseases and bless her devotees with bodily harmony and peace in their lives. Maa Kushmanda takes away darkness from the lives of her devotees and fills them with the divine and serene light of her blessings.
Devotees worship Mata Skandamata on the fifth day of Navratri. Mata Skandamata abodes the Vishuddha Chakra also known as the Throat Chakra. Maa associates with the color blue. Mata Skandamata is the mother of Lord Kartikeya (also called Skanda and Murugan). Lord Kartikeya or Skanda helped the world by finally slaying the demon Tarakasur. Also, known as the goddess of fire, Mata Skandamata rides a loin and is represented with six-headed infant Lord Skanda on her lap. Worshipping Mata Skandamata also please Lord Skanda and the devotee is blessed with immense prosperity, worldly treasures, wisdom and fame. Devotees who worship Mata Skandamata with a pure heart can finally achieve salvation.
Devotees worship Mata Katyayani on the sixth day of Navratri. Mata Katyayani abodes the Ajna Chakra also known as the Third Eye Chakra. She associates with the color Indigo. Slayer of demon Mahishasura (also known as Maheshasurmardini), Maa Katyayani is believed to be created by combining the energies of all the gods. She carries Lord Shiva’s Trishul, Lord Vishnu’s Sudarshan Chakra, Lord Brahma’s rosary and gadhvi, along with the weapons of Devtas. Maa Katyayani blesses her devotees with peace and happiness in family life. Also, unmarried girls are blessed with a compatible partner by worshipping Maa Katyayani. Mata Katyayani removes all the obstacles from personal lives of her devotees and indeed blesses them with love and prosperity.
Devotees worship Mata Kaalratri on the seventh day of Navratri. Maa Kaalratri abodes the Sahasrara Chakra also known as the Crown Chakra. She associates with the color White. Mata Mahagauri abodes the Sahasrara Chakra (also known as Crown Chakra). She associates with the color Violet. Mata Kaalratri is the fiercest form of Maa Durga and has a dark black complexion.
Maa is indeed the destroyer of kaal itself (death). Mata Kaalratri is the slayer of demons, malicious spirits, ghosts, and all negative energies who in fact flee upon her arrival. She is also the slayer of the demons Shumbha and Nishumbha. Moreover, Mata Kaalratri blesses her devotees with the courage to defeat all their enemies. Maa slays all the hurdles in their path and makes her devotees as courageous as a lion. Finally, Book your Navratri Online Puja at Live Online Puja and select the appropriate date at checkout.
Devotees worship Mata Mahagauri on the eighth day of Navratri. Mata Mahagauri abodes the Sahasrara Chakra also known as the Crown Chakra. She associates with the color Violet. Maa Mahagauri has an extremely fair complexion, giving her the name of Mahagauri. She blesses her devotes with harmony as well as peace. In fact Maa Mahagauri burns all the faults, flaws, and mistakes of her devotees and guides them towards true wisdom.
Those who worship Mahagauri with true devotion, are indeed relived from all the sufferings in their life. Moreover, Maa Mahagauri removes all ignorance from the devotees and guides them towards the light of self-realization. Finally, Book your Navratri Online Puja at Live Online Puja and select the appropriate date at checkout.
Devotees worship Mata Siddhidatri on the final ninth day of Navratri. Mata Siddhidatri abodes the Sahasrara Chakra or Crown Chakra. She associates with the color White. Moreover, Maa Siddhidatri is the datri or provider of siddhis or divine powers. Additionally, Maa Siddhidatri or Maa Mahashakti is the supreme and the original form of Maa Durga. In fact Mata Siddhidatri is the creator of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and provided them with Siddhis.
She assigned the duties of creation, preservation and destruction to the three Gods. Mata Siddhidatri is the owner of eight supernatural powers or Astha – Siddhis including Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakambya, Ishitva and Vashitva. Maa Siddhidatri grants all wishes of her devotees. In fact Every problem form the lives of devotees are eradicated by the blessings of Mata Siddhidatri. Maa Siddhidatri also fills the lives of her devotees with all the riches of the world, prosperity, wealth, wisdom and happiness. Book your Navratri Online Puja at Live Online Puja and select the appropriate date at checkout.
Navratri Puja and Vrat are of utmost importance and devotees can attain good karma, peace, harmony and happiness by worshipping all the forms of Maa Durga in the auspicious days of Navratri.
For 2021, Magha Navratri are from 12th Feb to 20th Feb 2021.
For 2021, Chaitra Navratri are from 12th April 2021 to 20th April 2021
For 2021, Ashadha Navratri are from 10th July to 18th July 2021
For 2021, Sharadiya Navratri are from 6th October to 14th Feb 2021