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PostHeaderIcon Navarathri – Day 3

Devi Chandraghanta

Worshipped on the 3rd night this Ma Durga Shakti is astride a tiger, displays a golden hue to her skin, possesses ten hands and 3 eyes. Eight of her hands display weapons while the remaining two are respectively in the mudras of gestures of boon giving and stopping harm. Chandra + Ghanta, meaning supreme bliss and knowledge, showering peace and serenity, like cool breeze in a moonlit night. Ma is worshipped in this form in Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu) India.

Daily ScheduleMaa Durga should be worshiped with PANCHOPCHAR (Fragrances, Flowers, Inceses, Diayas and Rice) or Shodshopchar. 

Worshipping Maa Durga’s incarnation as Chandraghanta

Maa Durga’s incarnation as Chandraghanta is worshiped on Third day of Navratri. Its meditation and Mantras are as follows:

Pinjapravararudha chandkopastrakairuta
Prasadam tanute maham chndraghanteti vishrushruta

Mantra: Om Chandraghantaye Namah

Durga Shaptashati Recitation:

Same way as the first day’s resolution Durga Shaptashati’s recitation should be done; process is same as explained earlier.

If you are reciting according to the Charitras, then you should recite Madhyam Charitra. If you want to complete the recitation of Shaptashati in 7 or 8 days, then you should recite fourth chapter on third day.

Recitation of Shri Ramcahritmanas

Worship in a same way as the second day thereafter and recite the couplet, “Jo sumirat siddhi hoi gan nayak, kari bar badan…..” And after the second rest, recite till 358th couplet from Baalkand.

At the end, do the Aarti of Shri Ram and Hanuman.

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PostHeaderIcon Navarathri – Day 2

Devi Brahmacharini

One hand holds a “Kumbha” or water port and the other rosary. She personifies love and loyalty. Bhramcharni is store-house of knowledge and wisdom. Rudraksha is HER most adorned ornament.

Maa Durga should be worshiped with PANCHOPCHAR (Fragrances, Flowers, Inceses, Diayas and Rice) or Shodshopchar.

Worshipping Maa Durga’s incarnation as Brahmacharini
Maa Durga’s incarnation as Brahmcharini is worshiped on second day of Navratri. Its meditation and Mantras are as follows:

Dadhana karpadmabhyaamakshmaala kamandaloo.
Devi praseedatu mayi brahmacharinyanuttama..


Mantra: Om Brahmacharinyay Namah

Durga Shaptashati Recitation:

Same way as the first day’s resolution Durga Shaptashati’s recitation should be done; process is same as explained earlier.

If you are reciting according to the Charitras, then you should recite First and Uttar Charitra.

Recitation of Shri Ramcharitmanas

Worship as same as the first day; thereafter, start couplet recitation of Baalkand from Ramcharitmaanas, “Jo sumirat siddhi hoi gan nayak, kari bar badan…..” And after first rest start recitation from Baalkand’s 120th couplet till 239th couplet.

At the end, do the Aarti of Shri Ram and Hanuman.

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PostHeaderIcon 9 Nights of Divine Celebrations

Navratri is the 9 day long Hindu festival of worship and dance. In Sanskrit the word Navratri literally means nine nights. Nava means nine and Ratri means Nights. During these 9 nights nine forms of shakti (power) are worshipped. Each day is dedicated to a Goddess and has very important significance. In Gujarat it is the festival of dance. All 9 days observe dandiya and Garba (regional dance of Gujarat).

The Sharad Navratri is the most important of all three Navratris. It is celebrated during Sharad (beginning of winter, Sept-Oct). It celebrates the slaying of Mahishasura by the goddess Durga. The festival is observed in most parts of India, particularly in Northern India, Eastern India, and Western India.

The Nine day celebrations: The celebrations takes place in the form or 3 sets of 3 days. Each set dedicated to the three Goddesses. The first set of three days is dedicated to Goddess Durga (The goddess of Power), the second set of three days is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth and Prosperity) and the third set of three days is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati (Goddess of Arts and Education)

1st – 3rd day of Navratri - In the First three days of Navratri The goddess Durga is invoked as kali in order to destroy the evil and our impurities. Many people fast on the first and the last day only. But, there are many who fast on all nine days. The celebration starts by preparing a mud bed at the place where pooja takes place. Barley seeds are sown in it.
Each day is dedicated to an avatar of Maha Durga. First day is dedicated to Kumari, the girl child. 2nd day is dedicated to Parvati, the young woman. The third day is dedicated to Goddess Durga’s Kaali avatar in order to acquire triumph over the evil and impurities.

4th – 6th day of Navratri -On this set of three days Goddess Lakshami is worshipped. Here she is the giver of spiritual wealth and prosperity to the worshipper. She is also the symbol of peach and prosperity. It is believed that the worshipper is blessed with inexhaustible wealth, peace and prosperity. The fifth day is known as Lalita Panchami. All the literature in the house is displayed in the pooja place and a lamp is lit. Goddess Sarasvati is then invoked.

7th – 8th day of Navratri -The final set of three days are dedicated to Goddess Saraswati. Saraswati is the Goddess of Art and Education. The worshipper is blessed with immense knowledge. The eighth day is known as Durga Ashtami. Im majority of the households a Havan (holy fire) is performed. All the family members participate in this havan.

Mahanavami -The ninth day is known as Maha Navmi. The day starts by Kajak i.e. the girl Childs are fed with Puri, Halwa and Chane. There must be atleast a set nine girls. Before offering food, their feet are washed and cleaned as a symbol of respect for the Goddess Durga. On Navami all the girl child are considered to be the form of Goddess Durga. After offering food they are given clothes or fruits or money. The number of girls could be any, depending on the worshiper’s will.

The tenth day is Dussehra, also known as Ravan dahan, Dashmi, Vijay Dashmi. On the tenth day, the shoots which were sown on the first day are about 3 – 5 inches in length. These seedlings are then pulled out and given to devotees in the form of Prasad.

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PostHeaderIcon Navarathri – Day 1 Puja

Devi Shailaputri

 

1st night devoted to the puja of Ma Shailputri. Shail means mountains; Parvati, the daughter of king of Mountains Himavan, is known as “Shailputri”. Her 2 hands, display a trident and a lotus. She is mounted upon a bull.

In Ashwin month (Ashwayuja masam), from Shukla Paksha Pratipada (Padyami) to Navami thithi, Navaratri Pooja is performed.Kalash Sthapana or Ghat Sthapana is the First Step of Durga Pooja during Durga Navratri.

Kalash sthapana is performed on the next day to Mahalaya Amavasya or on First day (Padyami / Prathami Ashwayuja masam) during Durga puja.

In some places, First three days of Navratri puja rituals are dedicated to Goddess Durga. And the next three days to Goddess Lakshmi and the final three days are to Goddess Saraswati.

In south India, Saraswati Puja is observed on the seventh day of Navaratri which is also observed as Durga Saptami or Maha Saptami. In Bengal and other East Indian states, Durgashtami (the eighth day of Navratri) is the biggest event among Navratri festivals.

Kalash Stahapana:

According to your family’s custom, if you are doing Kalash Sthapana on the first day of the Navratri, then it would be done in the ABHIJINH MUHURAT. For different places Abhijinh Muhurat’s time would be different, so you should do your Kalash Sthapana according to your nearest place’s Abhijinh Muhurat.

- At the time of Kalash Sthapan you should reap the barley as per your family custom.
Worshiping Maa Durga

- Maa Durga should be worshiped with PANCHOPCHAR (Fragrances, Flowers, Inceses, Diayas and Rice) or Shodoshopchar.

Kalash Sthapan Puja steps

Take a fresh silver or bronze or copper or earthen pot and fill it (upto its neck) with holy water place Pancha pallavas (five types of sacred leaves) or mango leaves. Kalash is decorated with haldi (turmeric powder), chandan (sandalwood powder) and kumkum (vermillion powder).
Keep a coconut on the Kalash and cover it with a blouse piece. The coconut is also decorated with chandan paste.

While chanting the Durga Pooja Kalasha Sankalpa mantra, recite the sloka given below:

Karishyami vratham matarnavaratra manuththamam
Sahayyam kuru mei devi ! Jagadamba ! mamahkhilam

Mother Goddess! I am observing the fruitful Navratra vrata. Jagadamba! Please give me courage, patience and devotion and help me in every aspect during Durga pooja.

Worshiping Maa Durga’s incarnation as Shailputri

On the first day of Navratri Maa Durga’s form of Shilputri is being worshiped. Maa Shilputri’s meditation and Mantra’s incantation is as follows:

Vande Vanchitlabhaya Chndrardhkritshekhram.
Vrisharoodhaam Shooldharaam Shailputreem Yashasvineem..

Mantra: Om Shailputraye Namah

Kumari Pooja:
Kumari Pooja should be done on daily basis as per system. However, in this matter Family’s custom is more important. The days are fixed for Kumari Poojan and it depends upon the custom of family or clan, it can be done from sixth day till ninth day of Navratri.

Saptshati Recitation:
In Maa Durga’s worshiping recitation of Durga Shaptshati is very popular, it is done in Navratri.
It is having 13 chapters. By reciting the Durga Saptashati, deep wishes can be fulfilled. Here’s how you can do it:

1. All three Charitras should recite of Durga Shaptshati.
2. In a condition of inability, read first till middle Charitra.
3. In case of inability, you can only recite the following Mantra:

Namo Devyay Mahadevyay Shivaya Santatam Namah.
Namah Prkratyay Bhadraye Niyatayah Pranatah Smataam..

4. Read the Mantras by keeping the Shaptashati on a wooden stool, after putting the new cloth on it.
5. Reading should not be done silently and in hurry.
6. Read its third, fifth, seventh, ninth, eleventh and twelfth chapters in sequence for peace, sickness of family member, nasty violence or epidemic and for the devastation of the enemy.
7. Read it for 100 times in case of distress, physical problem, ineffectiveness of medicine, distraction of age and clan, enhancement of illness, loss of property and to expand empire.
8. Those who reads Shaptshati on Sunday, get nine times benefit, on Monday get Thousand times benefit, on Tuesday get hundred times benefit, on Wednesday get one Lakh times benefit, on Thursday and Friday get two Lacs times benefit and on Saturday get one Cr times benefit by its reading.
9. The devotee who starts reading from sixth day till fourteenth day of Shukl Paksha, they get benefit in all areas of life.
10. By disciplined recitation of Durga Shaptshati, all wishes can be fulfilled.

Following are some important Mantras from Durga Shaptashati:

1. For relief from grief and poverty

Durge Smrata Harsi Bhitimsheshjantoh
Swasthayeha Smrata Matimteev Shubhaam Dadasi.
Daaridraya-Dukh-bhayaharini ka tvadanya,
sarvopkar-karnaay sadadrachitta..

2. For peace from various violences

Rakshansi yattrogravishashach naga, yatrarayo dastu balani yatra
Davanalo yatra tathabdhimadhye, tatra sthita tvam paripasi vishvam..

3. For happiness and destruction of adversity

Karotu sanh shubhetureeshvari, shubhani bhadranyabhihantu chaapadah..

4. For destroying worldwide disasters.

Devi: prapanartihare praseed,praseed matrjagtokhilasya.
Praseed visheshvari pahi vishvam,tvameeshvaree..

Devi:chrachrasya.

5. For objection savior

Sharnagat-deenarth-paritraan-parayne,
Sarvasyartihare devi, narayani,namostute

If Possible Chant Durga Saptashati or Devi Kavach Daily in Navratri.

Reciete Lalitha Sahasranamam (1000 Names of Devi) Daily in 9 days of Navratri.

Recitation of Shri Ramcharitmanas

Devotees of lord Ram are reciting Ramayana in Navaratri. For this Tulsidas, Valmiki, lord Shiva and Hanuman should be worshiped on the first day. Thereafter, Shri Ram-Seeta and their brothers (Bharat, Laxman and Shatrughna) should also be worshiped. Afterwards, NAVANHPARAYANA should be recited, which is in Balkand as follows:

Hiyam Harshe Kaamari Tab Sakar Sahaj Sujaan.
Bahu Bidhi Umahi Prsansi Puni Bole Kripanidhan..

During Navratri Pooja Try to

  • Avoid eating non-vegetarian food during Navratri vrat.
  • Avoid Maithuna (Sexual activities) during Navratri.
  • Do charity and donation as much as you can.
  • Food charity is the main thing of this puja. Kumari Puja, Suhasini Pooja and Brahmin santarpana has to be performed during Vrata. Atleast a single Kanya or suhasini should be fed.
  • Spend as much as time in Devi prarthana (in chanting devi stotra).

Those who are not able to observe fasting can also take meal one time a day.

Ghatasthapana / Kalasha Sthapana is performed on Pratipada tithi. Grow seeds of grains in a clay pot or bowl. Install Mahakali, Mahalakshmi, and Maha Saraswati and worship the Goddesses.

Offer Arghyam with flowers, fruits, and other puja material. Perform Aarti.

On the day of culmination of Navratri vrat, offer ‘dakshina’ to the Brahmin.

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PostHeaderIcon Navaratri Nine Avatars – 9 Forms of Maa Durga

During the festival of Navratri, Goddess Durga Devi is worshiped in nine avatars. During these nine holy days, each day  of goddess Durga Mata is worshiped in different avatara.

First day of Navratri – Kalasha Sthapana (Kalasha Pooja) or Ghata Sthapana – Shailaputri Puja
Second day of Navratri – Preeti Dwitiya – Brahmacharini Puja
Third day of Navaratri – Chandrakanta pooja or Chandraghanta puja
Fourth day of Navaratri – Kushmanda pooja
Fifth day of Navratri – Skandamata Puja – Lalitha Panchami
Sixth day of Navratri – Katyayani Puja – Maha Shashti or Durga Shashti
Seventh day of Navratri – Kaalratri Pooja – Durga Saptami or Maha Sapthami
Eighth day of Navaratri – Maha Gauri Pooja – (Durgashtami Puja/Maha Ashtami/Veerashtami)
Ninth day of Navaratri – Siddhidatri Puja – (Mahanavami/Maharnavami or Durga Navami)

Tenth day of Navratri – Aparajitha Puja or Shami Pooja – Vijaya Dashami or Dasara

NAVARATRI Puja Process – Day 1 To Day 9 In English

NAVARATRI Puja Process – Day 1 To Day 9 In Hindi

NAVARATRI Puja Process – Day 1 To Day 9 In Telugu

Nine Forms Of MAA Durga Devi:

Mata Shailputri – First Avatara of Durga :

Mata Shailputri is a daughter of ‘Parvata raju’ (mountain king) – Himalaya / Himvanth. She is the first among nine avatars of Durga and worshiped on the First day of Navaratri . In her previous birth, she was ‘Sati Bhavani Mata’, the daughter of King Daksha. Mata Shailputri, also known as Parvati got married with Lord Shiva. On the first day of Durga Navratri,  Paravathi Devi she is worshipped. Mata Shailputri holds a ‘Trishul’, a weapon, in her right hand and a lotus in her left hand. She rides on bull. She has pleasant smile and blissful looks.

Mata Brahmacharini – Second Avatara of Durga :

Mata Brahmacharini is worshipped on second day of Navarathri.  Brahmacharini is the goddess who performed ‘Tapa’ (penance) (Brahma – Tapa , Charini - Performer ). Mata personifies love and loyalty. She holds  japa mala in her right hand and Kamandal in left hand. She is also called as ‘Uma’ and ‘Tapacharini’ and provides knowledge and wisdom to her devotees.

Mata Chandraghanta – Third Durga :

Mata Chadraghanta is worshipped on the thrid day of Navratri. She is very bright and charming. Durga Maa is astride a tiger, displays a golden hue to HER skin, possesses ten hands and 3 eyes. Eight of HER hands display weapons while the remaining two are respectively in the mudras of gestures of boon giving and stopping harm. Chandra + Ghanta, meaning supreme bliss and knowledge, showering peace and serenity, like cool breeze in a moonlit night.

Mata Kushmanda – Fourth Durga :

Mata Kushmanda is worshipped on the fourth day of Navrathri. . She shines brightly with a laughing face in all ten directions as the Sun. She controls whole Solar system. In her eight hands, she holds several types of weapons in six hands and a rosary and a lotus in remaining hands. She rides on Lion. She likes offerings of ‘Kumhde’, hence her name ‘Kushmanda’ has become popular.

Ma Skanda Mata – Fifth Durga :

Skanda Mata is worshipped on the fifth Day of Navratri.  She had a son ‘Skandaa and holds him on her lap . She has  three eyes and  four hands; two hands hold lotuses while the other 2 hands respectively display defending and granting gestures. Its said, by the mercy of Skandmata, even the idiot becomes an ocean of knowledge. The great and legendary Sanskrit Scholar Kalidas created his two masterpieces works  “Raghuvansh Maha Kavya” and “Meghdoot” by the grace of  Skandmata. Mata is considered as a deity of fire. She rides on Lion.

Mata Katyayani – Sixth Durga :

Mata Katyayani is worshippedon the the Sixth Day of Navratri. Rishi Katyayan observed a penance to get Jaganmata as his daughter. She blessed him and took birth as his daughter on the bank of river Jamuna for getting Lord Krishna as a husband. She is considered as prime deity of Vraj mandal. Ma Katyayani has three eyes and four hands. . One left hand holds a weapon and the other a lotus She rides on Lion.

Mata Kalratri – Seventh Durga :

Mata Kalaratri is worshipped on the Seventh Day of Navratri .  She is dark and black like night, hence she is called as ‘Kalratri’. Her hairs are unlocked and has three eyes and four hands.while the remaining 2 are in the mudras of “giving” and “protecting”. HER vahana is a faithful donkey. The destroyer of darkness and ignorance.  She spills out fire from her nostrils. She holds a sharp Sword in her right hand and blesses her devotees with her lower hand. As she blesses her devotees with prosperity, she is also called as ‘Shubhamkari’.

Mata Maha Gauri – Eighth Durga :

Mata Maha Gowri is worshipped on the Eight Day of Navratri. Maha Gauri looks as white as moon and jasmine. She has three Eyes and four hands. Peace and compassion radiate from HER being and SHE is often dressed in a white or green sari. SHE holds a drum and a trident and is often depicted riding a bull . Her above left hand is in fearless pose and she holds ‘Trishul’ in her lower left hand. Her above right hand has tambourine and lower right hand is in blessing mudra.

 Mata Siddhidatri – Ninth Durga :

Mata Siddhidatri is the worshipped on the Ninth Day of Navratri. Maha Shakti gives all the eight siddhis – Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakamya, Iishitva and Vashitva. According to ‘Devi Puran’, the supreme God Shiva got all these siddhis by worshipping the supreme Goddess Maha Shakti. With her gratitude, his half body has become of Goddess, hence Lord Shiva’s name ‘Ardhanarishvar’ has become famous. According to some sources she drives on Lion. Other sources say, she is seated on lotus. Siddhidatri Devi is worshipped by all Gods, Rushis, Muniswaras, Siddha yogis, and all common devotees who want to attain the religious asset.

 

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PostHeaderIcon Durga Maa – 108 Names with Meaning

Name—— Meaning

Durga —The Inaccessible
Devi— The Diety
Tribhuvaneshwari —Goddess of The Three Worlds
Yashodagarba —Sambhoota Emerging From Yashoda’s Womb
Narayanavarapriya —Fond of Narayana’s Boons
Nandagopakulajata —Daughter Of The Nandagopa Race
Mangalya —Auspicious
Kulavardhini —Developer Of The Race
Kamsavidravanakari— Threatened Kamsa
Asurakshayamkari— Reducer Of The Number Of Demons
Shilathata Vinikshibda —At Birth,Slammed By Kamsa
Akashagamini —Flew In The Sky
Vasudevabhagini —Sister Of Vasudeva
Divamalya Vibhooshita— Adorned With Beautiful Garlands
Divyambaradhara —Beautifully Robed
Khadgaketaka Dharini —Holder Of Sword And Shield
Shiva —Auspicious
Papadharini —Bearer Of Others’ Sins
Varada— Granter Of Boons
Krishna —Sister Of Krishna
Kumari —Young Girl
Brahmacharini— Seeker Of Brahman
Balarkasadrushakara— Like The Rising Sun
Purnachandra Nibhanana— Beautiful Like The Full Moon
Chaturbhuja—- Four-Armed
Chaturvakttra—- Four-Faced
Peenashroni Payodhara —-Large Bosomed
Mayoora Pichhavalaya—- Wearer Of Peacock-Feathered Bangles
Keyurangadadharini —-Bejewelled With Armlets And Bracelets
Krishnachhavisama—- Like Krishna’s Radiance
Krishna—- Dark-Complexioned
Sankarshanasamanana —-Equal To Sankarshana
Indradhwaja Samabahudharini —-With Shoulders Like Indra’s Flag
Patradharini —-Vessel-Holder
Pankajadharini—-Lotus-Holder
Kanttadhara—- Holder of Shiva’s Neck
Pashadharini —-Holder Of Rope
Dhanurdharini—- Holder Of Bow
Mahachakradharini —-Holder Of Chakra
Vividayudhadhara —-Bearer Of Various Weapons
Kundalapurnakarna Vibhooshita—- Wearer Of Earrings Covering The Ears
Chandravispardimukha —-Beautiful Like The Moon
Mukutavirajita —-Shining With Crown Adorned
Shikhipichhadwaja Virajita —-Having Peacock-Feathered Flag
Kaumaravratadhara—- Observer Of Fasts Like Young Girls Do
Tridivabhavayirtri —-Goddess Of The Three Worlds
Tridashapujita —-The Goddess Of The Celestials
Trailokyarakshini—- Protector Of The Three Worlds
Mahishasuranashini—- Destroyer Of Mahisha
Prasanna—- Cheerful
Surashreshtta —-Supreme Among The Celestials
Shiva —-Shiva’s Half
Jaya —-Victorious
Vijaya—- Conqueror
Sangramajayaprada—- Granter Of Victory In The War
Varada —-Bestower
Vindhyavasini`—- Resident Of The Vindhyas
Kali —-Dark-Complexioned
Kali —-Goddess Of Death
Mahakali —-Wife Of Mahakala
Seedupriya —-Fond Of Drinks
Mamsapriya—- Fond Of Flesh
Pashupriya —-Fond Of All Beings
Bhootanushruta —-Well-Wisher Of Bhootaganas
Varada —-Bestower
Kamacharini —-Acting On One’s Own Accord
Papaharini —-Destroyer Of Sins
Kirti —-Famed
Shree —-Auspicious
Dhruti —-Valiant
Siddhi —-Successful
Hri—- Holy Chant Of Hymns
Vidhya—- Wisdom
Santati —-Granter Of Issues
Mati —-Wise
Sandhya—- Twilight
Ratri —-Night
Prabha —-Dawn
Nitya —-Eternal
Jyotsana —-Radiant Like Flames
Kantha —-Radiant
Khama —-Embodiment Of Forgiveness
Daya —-Compassionate
Bandhananashini—- Detacher Of Attachments
Mohanashini —-Destroyer Of Desires
Putrapamrityunashini —-Sustainer Of Son’s Untimely Death
Dhanakshayanashini —-Controller Of Wealth Decrease
Vyadhinashini —-Vanquisher Of Ailments
Mruthyunashini —-Destroyer Of Death
Bhayanashini —-Remover Of Fear
Padmapatrakshi—- Eyes Like The Lotus Leaf
Durga —-Remover Of Distress
Sharanya —-Granter Of Refuge
Bhaktavatsala—- Lover Of Devotees
Saukhyada —-Bestower Of Well-Being
Arogyada —-Granter Of Good Health
Rajyada—- Bestower Of Kingdom
Ayurda —-Granter Of Longevity
Vapurda —-Granter Of Beautiful Appearance
Sutada —-Granter Of Issues
Pravasarakshika —-Protector Of Travellers
Nagararakshika —-Protector Of Land
Sangramarakshika —-Protector Of Wars
Shatrusankata Rakshika —-Protector From Distress Caused By Foes
Ataviduhkhandhara Rakshika—- Protector From Ignorance And Distress
Sagaragirirakshika —-Protector Of Seas And Hills
Sarvakaryasiddhi Pradayika —-Granter Of Success In All Attempts
Durga —-Deity Durga

JAI MATA DI !!!

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PostHeaderIcon Tantroktam Devi Suktam – Meaning

Atha Tantroktam Devi Suktam – Chandi Path with Meaning

Dooha :

Namo devyai mahadevyai sivayai satatam namaha
Namaha prakrityai bhadrayai niyataah pranatah sma taam.  – 1

We bow to the Goddess, to the great Goddess, to the energy of Infinite Goodness. We prostrate, with hands together, to Nature, to the excellent one.

Roudrayai namo nityayi gouryayai dhatrayai namo namaha
Jyothsnayayai chendurupinyayai sukhayayai satatam namaha.  – 2

We bow to the Reliever of Sufferings, to the eternal, to the embodiment of rays of light. We continually bow to the Goddess who manifests light, to the form of devotion, to Happiness.

Kalyanyai pranatam vrddhyayai siddhyai kurmo namo namaha
Nairrtyai bhubrtaam lakshmyai sharvanyayai tey namo namaha.  – 3

We bow to the welfare of those who bow. To change, to perfection, to dissolution, to the wealth which sustains earth, to the wife of Consciousness, we bow.

Durgayai durgaparayai, saraayai sarvakarinyai
Khyatyai tathaiva krsnayai dhumrayai satatam namaha. – 4

We bow to the one who removes difficulties, who removes beyond all difficulties, to the essence. We continually bow to the doer of all, to perception and to the unknowable one.

Atisoumyati raudrayai, natastastasyai namo namaha
Namo jagatpratishtayai, devyai krtyai namo namaha  – 5

We bow to the extremely beautiful and to the extremely fierce, we bow, we bow. We bow to the establisher of the perceivable world and Who is the mundane existence, we bow, we bow.

Mool Mantra :

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Vishnu mayeti shabdita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 6

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who is addressed as the perceivable form of the consciousness which pervades all. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Chetanetyabhi dhiyate
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha – 7

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides all throughout the Consciousness and is known by the reflections of mind. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Buddhi rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha – 8

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of intelligence. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Nidra rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 9

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of Sleep. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Ksudha rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  –10

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of Hunger. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Chaya rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 11

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of appearance. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, shakti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 12

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of energy. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Trishna rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 13

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of desire. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Ksanti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 14

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of patient forgiveness. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Jati rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 15

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of all living beings. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Lajja rupena samsthit
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 16

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of humility. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Shanti rupena samsthit
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 17

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of peace. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Sraddha rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 18

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of faith. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Kanti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 19

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of beauty enhanced by love. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, lakshmi rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 20

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of true wealth. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Vritti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 21

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of change. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Smriti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 22

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of recollection or memory. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Daya rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 23

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of compassion. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Tusti rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 24

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of Satisfaction. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Matr rupena samsthita
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha   – 25

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of Mother. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, bhranti rupena samsthit
Namastastyai II Namastastyai II Namastastyai namo namaha  – 26

We bow to the divine Goddess in all existence who resides in the form of confusion. We bow to her, we bow to her, we continually bow to her.

Indiyanamadhishtatri, bhutanam chaakhileshu yaa,
Bhuteshu satatam tsayai, vypti devyai namo namaha.   – 27

Presiding over the senses of all beings and pervading all existence, to the Omnipresent Goddess who individualizes creation we bow, we bow.

Chitirupena ya krtsnametad vapya sthita jagat,
Namastastyai Namastastyai Namastastyai namo namaha.  – 28

In the form of consciousness she distinguishes the individual phenomena of the perceivable universe. we bow, we bow, we bow, we bow to her.

stuta suraih purvamabhista samsrayat tathas urendrena dinesu sevita
Karotu sa naha shubhaheturiswari subhani bhadranyabhihantu capadaha  – 29

In the old days, that Who was eulogized, by the means of earlier attained wealth, by the demi-gods and by Indra (the king of demi-gods) may that Goddess, Who is for auspicion, brings beautiful fortune to us and may She destroy the various calamities.

yaa sampratam coddhatadaityatapitair asmabhi risha ca surair namasyate
Yaa ca smrta tatksanmeva hantinaha Sarvapado bhaktivinamra murtibhih  – 30

We Gods have been harassed by arrogant thoughts in the manner of men, and at this time all of us Gods bow to seer of all, who, when bowed to with devotion, and remembered in a physical image immediately terminates our every adversity.

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Vaak Suktam – Devi Sukhtam

 

YAA DEV1 SARVABHUTESHU VISHNUMAAYETI SHABDITAA
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YAA DEVI SARVABHUTESHU CHETANETYABHIDHEEYATE
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YAA DEVI SARVABHUTESHU BUDDHIRUPENA SAMSTHITAA
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YAA DEVI SARVABHUTESHU NIDRAARUPENA SAMSTHITAA
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YAA DEVI SARVABHUTESHU KSHUDHAARUPENA SAMSTHITAA
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NAMASTASYAE, NAMASTASYAE, NAMASTASYAE, NAMO NAMAH 

 

 

 

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PostHeaderIcon Durga Pancharatnam

Durga Pancharatnam or Durga Pancha Ratnam Stotram is the devotional slokhas addressed to Goddess Durga Maaa. Durga Pancharatnam was composed by HH Chandrashekarendra Saraswathi (popularly referred as Paramacharya) of Kanchi Kama Koti Peetam.

Durga Pancharatna Stotra

They Dyana YoganuGatha apasyan
Thwameva Devim swagunir nekutam
Thwameva Sakthi Parameshwarisya
Mam pahi sarveshwari Moksha datri. 1

Devatma sakthi sruthivakya gita
maharshilokasya pura prasanna
Guha param vyoma sada prathista
Mam pahi sarveshwari Moksha datri. 2

Paraasyasakthi vividaiga sruyasay
Swethashwa vakyothitha devi durge
Swabavikii gyana palakriya
Mam pahi sarveshwari Moksha datri. 3

Devatma Sapdena shivatma putha
Yathkoorma vayavya vacho vivruthya
Thwam pasa vichhethakari prasidda
Mam pahi sarveshwari Moksha datri. 4

Thwam brahmma puchha vivetha mayuri
Brahmma prathishtasupathishta gita
Gyna swarupatmathaya kilanaam
Mam pahi sarveshwari moksha datri. 5

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