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Happy Navratri 2020: Nine forms of Goddess Durga

Happy Navratri 2020: Nine forms of Goddess Durga

Happy Navratri 2020: The propitious event of Sharad Navratri has started from today October 17 and it will last work 25th of this current month. During these 9 days of merriment, various types of Maa Durga are loved with full energy and assurance. Fans crowd sanctuaries, welcome Durga icons at home and look for her favors. Today, lets comprehend 9 unique types of Durga and their kindheartedness.

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Each day is associated with an incarnation of the goddess.

Day 1 is Shilaputri(daughter of Mountains) and is dedicated to an incarnation of Parvati. She is worshipped as the consort of Shiva and is also considered as a direct incarnation of Mahakali. She rides the bull, holds a lotus flower in her left hand and a Trishula in her right.

Day 2 is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini. Brahmacharini is worshipped for the emancipation of Moksha and endowment of peace and prosperity.

Day 3 is dedicated to Goddess Chandraghanta. She has a half-Chandra(half-Moon) on her forehead and is the embodiment of beauty and is also symbolic of bravery.

Day 4 is dedicated to Goddess Kushmanda and is associated with vegetation on earth.

Day 5 is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata and is the mother of Skanda(Kartikeya). She symbolises the strength of a mother in protecting her child. Day 6 is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani and is considered as Warrier goddess and is the most violent forms of Parvati.

Day 7 is dedicated to Goddess Kalaratri. The goddess appears in white with a lot of rage in her eyes but assures her devotees that she will protect and them and they will face no harm.

Day 8 is dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri and symbolizes intelligence and peace.

Day 9 is dedicated to Goddess Sidhidatri. She is believed to possess and bestow many Sindhis (powers) to her devotees.