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9th day of Navratri 2023

Anuj Ranaware
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Day 9 Navratri Goddess

          Maa Siddhidatri, the ninth and ultimate form of Goddess Durga, is worshipped on the ninth day of Navratri. Mahasiddhi, which translates to “the giver of all siddhis” (supernatural powers), is another name for her.

          The image of Maa Siddhidatri shows her riding a lotus blossom while clutching a mace in one hand and a lotus in the other. She also frequently appears holding a chakra and a conch shell.

          Mahanavami is the name given to the ninth day of Navratri. Since it signifies the conclusion of the nine-day fast and the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura, it is the most auspicious day of the Navratri festival.

          Devotees offer special pujas and aartis to Maa Siddhidatri on Mahanavami. They also offer her other sattvik foods and til, or sesame seeds, as bhog (food).

          Peacock green is the colour of the ninth day of Navratri. It is connected to Maa Siddhidatri, the Goddess Durga’s ninth incarnation. The colour peacock green represents wisdom, knowledge, and the eradication of ignorance. It also represents hope and fresh starts.

          Invoking the blessings of Maa Siddhidatri, devotees dress in peacock green on the ninth day of Navratri. They also use peacock green to adorn their temples and residences.

          You can ask Maa Siddhidatri for blessings and welcome her positive energy into your life by including peacock green into your Navratri celebrations.

          The most popular mantra for worshipping Maa Siddhidatri is:

          Om Devi Siddhidatryai Namah

          This mantra should be chanted 108 times on Mahanavami to seek the Goddess’s blessings.

Method of worship of Maa Siddhidatri

          To worship Maa Siddhidatri on Mahanavami, you can follow these steps:

  • Wake up early in the morning and take a bath.
  • Clean your puja room and decorate it with flowers and rangoli.
  • Place an idol or picture of Maa Siddhidatri in the puja room.
  • Light a diya (oil lamp) and incense sticks.
  • Offer flowers, fruits, and sweets to the Goddess.
  • Chant the Maa Siddhidatri mantra 108 times.
  • Perform aarti to the Goddess.
  • Distribute prasad to your family and friends.

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