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Dussehra – A Divine Fiesta Honouring the Victory of Righteousness

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A carnival of divinity, Dussehra or Vijayadashami is one of the most widely celebrated festival in the northern regions of the Indian subcontinent and even in some parts of Eastern India. Coinciding with the immersion of Goddess Durga in the eastern state of West Bengal, Dussehra is a commemoration of the slaying of Ravana by Lord Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu on earth. The day is celebrated by heart felt merry-making and exchange of divine gifts by beloved ones in the family and among friends. Continue reading Dussehra – A Divine Fiesta Honouring the Victory of Righteousness

Celebrate the Holistic Knowledge of Siddidhatri to Transform Every Soul Pure

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“Kaali Kaali Mahakaali Kalike Paapharini,
Sarva Vighna Hare Devi Narayani Namostute”

Devi Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Devi Durga who is manifested in Navaratri. The last form of Devi Shakti is divinity Siddhidatri who is worshiped on the final day of Navratri. ‘Siddhi’ is a term of Sanskrit which means mystic power “Dhatri” means a donor or giver. She has four arms. She holds chakra in her lower right hand and a stick in the upper right hand. And in her lower left hand she holds a Shankha and in the upper left hand a lotus. She seats on a full bloomed lotus with a lion as her bassoon. Continue reading Celebrate the Holistic Knowledge of Siddidhatri to Transform Every Soul Pure

Praise the Spirit of Beauty and Strength of Mahagauri

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Goddess Mahagauri is worshiped on the eighth day of Navratri. Mahagauri signifies a clean and bright ray of lighting that illuminates the universe. She transmits the power within herself to satisfy all the desires of her followers. Her beauty glows like the glow of white pearl. Mahagauri denotes the sign of amity and fortitude. She is seen with four arms seating on a bull. Her upper right hand holds a trishul i.e. trident and lower left hand a damru i.e. hand drum. Her lower right hand denotes the symbol of blessings and upper left hand is symbolizing the giving wealth to her worshipers. Her power is constant and instantly rewarding. Continue reading Praise the Spirit of Beauty and Strength of Mahagauri

Kalaratri – The Slayer of the Malicious Raktbeej

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The Saptami Tithi of the Ashwin Maas is when Devi Kalaratri is worshipped. Devi Kalaratri is 7th form of Shakti that is worshipped on the seventh day of Navaratri by ardent devotees. The Navaratri Puja requires the manifestation of a number of essential accessories that might be required for the purpose. In other cases you can easily buy Navratri puja Kit online that are made available in the market to help you get things done with accuracy in your busy schedule. Continue reading Kalaratri – The Slayer of the Malicious Raktbeej

Spirit of Supremacy Revering Kātyāyanī

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Navratri is a festival of celebrating Hinduism or the Vedic festival. To me Navratri is a celebration of the arrival of a new soul. It is a festival to celebrate love and purification! People of all religions and nationalities come to India on Navaratri to experience this vivid festival. Busy people buy online puja thali to save their time. They also gift different kinds of surprise kits to add extra happiness at their Navaratri celebrations. Continue reading Spirit of Supremacy Revering Kātyāyanī

Paying Homage to Devi Skanda Mata on the Sixth Day of Navaratri

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Divinity and religious devotion is what primarily signifies the nine days of Navaratri as a whole. As the festivities proceed, we proceed to move on to move on to the fifth day of the celebrations. The fifth day of Navaratri is mainly dedicated to the worship of Devi Skanda Mata or the fifth divine form of Shakti of Goddess Durga. Devotees carry out celebrations and pujas with great fervour and make the best of the online decorative accessories like online diya and a few others they can get hold of. Continue reading Paying Homage to Devi Skanda Mata on the Sixth Day of Navaratri

Devi Kushmanda – The Unassailable Creator of the Universe

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Devi Kushmanda is the fourth form of Navadurga. She is worshipped on the fourth day during Navratri. ‘Kushmanda’ can be parted as ‘Ku’ means a little; ‘Ushma’ means ‘warmth’; and ‘Anda’ means ‘the cosmic egg’, together it is the fourth form of Goddesses Durga which is worshipped during Navratri. It is said that Kushmanda is the originator of this universe. She keeps everyone’s health well and bequeaths wealth and strength. She holds her weapons, glitter, rosary in her hands, and rides on a lion or tiger. She is also characterised with eight or ten hands. Continue reading Devi Kushmanda – The Unassailable Creator of the Universe

Chandraghanta – The Deity with A Crescent Moon on Her Forehead

divine gifts onlineWith the auspicious Navaratri on a roll, the fourth day of the majestic occasion is celebrated as a tribute and a means to pay our divine homage to the third form of Shakti, Chandraghanta. The Navaratri is a puja that spans over a time span of nine days and is devoted to the worship of the nine auspicious form of the deity, also known as the forms of divine Shakti. Given the fact that the Indian masses are more than just inclined towards religious rituals, getting a puja performed back at your home has become all the more easier. Technological advancements have contributed a great deal to this. Several web portals from all the nations have made it an easy task for devotees to buy puja samagri online and avail all the necessary kits and accessories that are needed to get the rituals performed. Continue reading Chandraghanta – The Deity with A Crescent Moon on Her Forehead

Maa Brahmacharini – A Manifestation of Maa Durga

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Life is a transition of happiness and so we pray to the divine mother, Durga for fulfilling our wishes. Navaratri is a festival that is celebrated over a time span of nine days by masses from different corners of the Indian subcontinent. This festival captures the heart of the people not just within the country, but even outside its boundaries. This festival is mainly of sentiment and home coming. People who stay away from their home are bound to take out their time for visiting their beloved ones during this time of the year. People buy gifts for this occasion for their family, friends and office colleagues. A gift box can bring a whole lot of joy. But if someone is too busy and is unable to buy gifts for their family, friends, colleagues or acquaintances physically, they can always go on with this renowned web portal, PujaShoppe for some amazing online corporate gifts. Apart from gifting happiness people roam around the city for pandal hopping and gazing at different Durga idols. Of course eating out or dine in is a major part of any puja. Continue reading Maa Brahmacharini – A Manifestation of Maa Durga

Commencement of the Shailaputri Puja with Pratipada and Chandra Darshan

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The Pratipada, which generally falls on the second day of the Navaratri festival, is the day that is reserved for the worship of the divine Goddess Shailaputri, or the first form of Shakti among the nine different forms worshipped all through the nine days of Navaratri. Shailaputri derives her name from the fact that she is the daughter of the Himalaya, the supreme mountain King. Continue reading Commencement of the Shailaputri Puja with Pratipada and Chandra Darshan