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.

Fourth Day of Navarathri – Devi Kushmanda

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Oct 4 2016 Comments
The fourth day is dedicated to the goddess 'Kushmanda', the creator of the whole Universe. Maa Kushmanda is the fourth Avathar of Navadurga Goddesses. Devi Maa is worshiped on fourth day amid Durga Pooja in Navratri. Mother Goddess makes the entire universe in shape of an egg called "Anda" with her little and light celestial grin, so that Maa Durga is named Kushmanda.

Third Day of Navarahri – Chandraghanta

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Oct 1 2016 Comments
The third day is of Navarathri is dedicated to Goddess 'Chandraghanta', the typical representation of magnificence and valiance. The third aspect of Goddess Durga is 'Chandraghanta', who is revered on the third day of Navaratri, for peace, quietness and success in life. She has a "chandra" or half-moon in her temple fit as a fiddle of a "ghanta" or ringer. That is the reason she is called 'Chandraghanta'.

Second Day of Navarahri – Brahmacharini

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Oct 1 2016 Comments
Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on the second day of Navaratri and is the second appearance of Mother Goddess. The name is originated of the word 'Brahma', which means 'Tapa' or penance. Bharmacharini means one who practices spiritual severity. She is the God who enlightens us in the glorious incarnation of Durga with great powers and divine grace.

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