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Ninth Day of Navarathri – Goddess Siddhidatri

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Oct 7 2016 Comments
Siddhidatri is the ninth Avathar of Goddess Durga. She is worshipped on the ninth day of Navaratri. Siddhidatri has extraordinary recuperating powers. She has four arms and she is dependably in a joyful glad charming posture.

Eight Day of Navarathri – Maha Gowri

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Oct 6 2016 Comments
The eight day is devoted to the Mata Rani or 'Maha Gowri’ speaking to smoothness and shows knowledge. She is adored on the eighth day of Navaratri. Her energy is unfailing and in a flash productive. As a consequence of her love, all wrongdoings of past, present and future escape and lovers get cleaned in all parts of life. Maha Gowri is clever, quiet and quiet.

Seventh Day of Navarathri – Goddess Kaalratri

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Oct 5 2016 Comments
The seventh day is dedicated to the Goddess 'Kaalratri', meant to make the devotees fearless. She is the seventh form of Mother Durga and is worshipped on the seventh day of Navaratri. She has a dark complexion, dishevelled hair and a fearlessness posture. A necklace flashing lightning adorns her neck. She has three eyes that shine bright and terrible flames emanate from her breath.

Sixth Day of Navarathri – Devi Katyayani

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Oct 5 2016 Comments
The 6th day is devoted to the goddess "Katyayani" with three eyes and four hands. The legend behind her name goes in this manner: Once upon a period, there was an extraordinary sage called Kata, who had a child named Katya. Kata was extremely well known and famous in the heredity of holy people.

Fifth Day of Navarathri – Skanda Maatha

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Oct 4 2016 Comments
The fifth day is devoted to the Goddess 'Skanda Maatha', the mother of the central warrior of the Gods armed force, the Skanda. The fifth swaroop of the Mother Durga is known as 'Skanda Mata' - the mother of Skanda or Lord Kartikeya, who was picked by divine beings as their president in the war against the evil presences. She is loved on the fifth day of Navaratri.

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