The seventh form of Goddess Parvati is Kaalratri Devi, she also known as Goddess Shubhankari. She is the most ferocious and destructive form of Navdurga, She is is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri i.e. Saptami.
Maa Katyayani is said to be one of the most violent forms of Goddess Parvati. She got her name because she was born to rishi Katyayana.
Skandamata Devi is the 5th out of nine forms of Durga. In nine days Navratri, she holds a special place and worship of her gives prosperity, happiness and peace. Skanda is also known by the name of Kartikeya, the meaning of the same is, the…
The fourth avatar of Durga is Kushmanda Devi. According to beliefs, with her divine smile, she is known to end the darkness and create the world. The goddess name has come from her interrelation with Kushmand (Bali of white pumpkin) and…
Chandraghanta Devi is the third out of nine forms of Durga. The goddess is believed to reward people with her courage, valour and elegance. The third day of Navratri is dedicated to her.
Ramleela means playing the life of Lord Ram. It is the performance of the famous Ramayana epic which includes the series of scenes based on the life of Lord Rama, the famous Hindu God. The scenes made versatile by the high-quality…
The second avatar of the Navdurga, Brahmacharini Devi, is the metaphor of utmost devotion and patience. The meaning of the word “Brahmacharini'' is a devoted female who possesses sacred knowledge only.
Navratri is known for Navratri fasting as well. You will be amazed to know that Navratri fasting benefits are many and this has a close relationship with nature and the human body.
In these nine nights, the nine manifestations of Maa Durga- Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidhatri are worshipped.
While entire India celebrates Navratri for nine days, people in West Bengal and North-East states, celebrate Durga Puja, which beings from the sixth day of Navratri that is sashti.