Sharad Navratri – Day 3 Chandraghanta

The third power of Maa Durga is ‘Chandraghanta’. On the third day, in the worship of Navratri, this form is worshiped. This form of them is extremely peaceful and well-being. Her forehead has half-moon shaped like a bell, for this reason she is called Chandraghanta Devi. Their body color is bright like gold. He has ten hands. Her hands are decorated with weapons like swords and arrows. The lion is his conveyance. She always seems to be ready for war. The tyrannical demon-monster-demons are always shaken by her terrible sound.

The worship of the third day in Navratri Durga worship is of great importance. On this day, the seeker’s mind enters the ‘Manipur’ cycle. Due to the blessings of Mother Chandraghanta, supernatural things are seen. Divine fragrances are experienced and a wide variety of divine sounds are heard. These symptoms are for the seeker to be very careful. She quickly resolves the sufferings of the devotees. His vehicle is a lion, so his worshiper becomes as powerful and fearless as a lion.

We need to purify our mind, words and deeds in prescribed ways, we should be ready to worship Goddess Chandraghanta. By worshiping them we can easily get rid of all worldly sufferings. We should try to move towards cultivation keeping in mind their sacred deity. His focus is the ultimate benefactor and salvation both in and outside this world. Read More…

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