Navratron ke Nau Din ka Path

Welcome to the divine grace of Maa Durga this Navratri with ‘Navratri Durga Path,’ our audiobook filled with sacred mantras for the nine auspicious days. These chants ensure uninterrupted devotion and blessings throughout your celebrations. Allow the celestial energies of Navratri to envelop you as these mantras guide your spiritual journey. ‘Navratri Durga Path’ grants you access to their profound power, elevating your soul and invoking the blessings of Maa Durga. May her loving gaze protect you, her strength empower you, and her love fill your heart this holy season. You can exclusively find this spiritual treasure on ‘Audio Pitara.’ Immerse yourself in the spirit of Navratri, experience the divine, and let this sacred season bring you inner peace, strength, and boundless blessings as you connect with Maa Durga.

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Worship holds paramount significance in the lives of those who follow Sanatan Dharma. The daily routine of Hindu practitioners typically commences with worship, an essential practice that follows bathing. Furthermore, within the Hindu calendar, there are specific dates in every month deemed imperative for performing puja. Just as worship is held in high regard, adherence to the rules of puja is equally significant. Today, we will share with you these essential rules that should be observed during Puja. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
Today marks the commencement of Navratri, and on this auspicious occasion, we honour and revere the first manifestation of the divine Mother, Maa Durga, known as Shailputri. Shailputri’s name derives from ‘Shail,’ signifying the Himalayas, where she took her birth as the daughter of the mountain king Himalaya. She is also recognised as Parvati, the beloved consort of Lord Shankar. With her sacred mount, the bull, she is affectionately called Vrishabharudha. In her right hand, she wields a trident while cradling a lotus in her left hand. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
On the second day of the Shardiya Navratri, we honour Brahmacharini, the second embodiment of Goddess Durga. The significance of her power is embedded in her very name, ‘Mother Brahmacharini.’ ‘Brahma’ signifies penance, and ‘Charini’ denotes one who conducts. This means we pay reverence to the power that embodies penance. Worshipping this divine form enhances qualities like penance, sacrifice, self-discipline, and virtue. Even in the most challenging moments of life, one remains steadfast on their path. Let’s delve into the details of Maa Brahmacharini, her worship procedure, mantras, and the significance attached to her. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
On the third day of Navratri, a time-honoured tradition is to worship, revere, and extol Chandraghanta Devi, the third manifestation of Durga. This goddess is named ‘Chandraghanta’ due to the crescent moon-shaped ornament adorning her forehead. Her body radiates a golden hue, and she rides a fierce lion. With ten hands, she wields an array of weapons and protective gear, including a lotus, bow, arrow, sword, kamandal, sword, trident, and mace. She wears a garland of white flowers around her neck and a jewel-encrusted crown atop her head. Mother Chandraghanta assumes a martial stance and oversees the Manipur Chakra in Tantra Sadhana. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
On the fourth day of Navratri, we pay homage to the fourth embodiment of Goddess Kushmanda. She is the Adishakti, whose gentle smile is believed to have initiated the very breath of the universe and, in essence, the creation of the universe itself. The abode of Goddess Kushmanda is said to be situated at the centre of the solar system, and her divine radiance provides the world with luminous strength and light. Kushmanda embodies primal nature and Adishakti. In the primaeval darkness that once enveloped the universe, her tender smile bore the wish for the creation of the world, dispelling the darkness and ushering in light. Devotees who worship and meditate upon this effulgent form of the goddess on the fourth day of Navratri are believed to have all their desires fulfilled. Mother Kushmanda bestows blessings, offering both worldly joys and spiritual salvation. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
Skandamata, the fifth form of Maa Durga, is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. This loving form of the goddess is associated with the development of intelligence and the acquisition of knowledge. Skandamata is the mother of Swami Kartikeya, known as Skanda Kumar. Swami Skanda is depicted as a child seated in his mother’s lap. It is believed that childless couples who fast and sincerely worship the Mother Goddess on the fifth day of Navratri may find their prayers answered with the joy of parenthood. Here, we’ll explore Skandamata’s form, offerings, aarti, and mantra. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
Today marks the sixth day of Shardiya Navratri, dedicated to the worship of Maa Katyayani, the sixth embodiment of Maa Durga. She is renowned as Mahishasurmardini for her triumph over the demon Mahishasura. Worshipping Mother Katyayani with sincerity is believed to dispel life’s obstacles. This day is especially auspicious for young girls of marriageable age, as it is said that their desires are granted through the worship of the Mother Goddess. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
On the seventh day of Navratri, we venerate Maa Kalratri, the seventh manifestation of Maa Durga, also known as Mahayogishwari, Mahayogini, and Shubhankari. By earnestly worshipping Maa Kalratri, devotees are shielded from untimely death, and all spiritual attainments are attributed to her grace. Consequently, seekers of Tantra and Mantra revere her. The customary morning worship continues on the Saptami Tithi of Navratri, with a special nocturnal homage to the Mother Goddess. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
Navratri has reached its culminating stage. Today, we venerate Adi Shakti Mahagauri, the eighth manifestation of Maa Durga. The worship on the eighth day epitomises the essence of the goddess. According to the Devi Bhagwat Purana, the nine forms and ten Mahavidyas of Mother Goddess are all integral aspects of Adishakti. Mahagauri, in particular, resides eternally with Lord Shiva as his consort, their divine synergy being all-powerful and perpetually auspicious. Worshipping Mahagauri alone has the purifying effect of absolving all sins and bestowing inexhaustible virtue upon the devotee. On the Ashtami Tithi of Navratri, in many households, Kanya Puja is performed, although some individuals choose to observe it on the Navami Tithi. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
Today marks the final day of Navratri, dedicated to the worship of Maa Siddhidatri, the ninth manifestation of Maa Durga. Her name itself signifies that she bestows all forms of accomplishment and salvation. Goddess Siddhidatri is venerated by gods, yakshas, eunuchs, demons, sages, ascetics, and householders residing in ashrams. On this closing day of Navratri, devotees who engage in full-fledged rituals while worshipping the Mother Goddess have their every wish fulfilled. Additionally, they receive fame, power, and wealth. Here, we’ll explore unique facets of Maa Siddhidatri. Tune in to this captivating episode and unlock a world of knowledge, exclusively on the auditory treasure trove that is “Audio Pitara.”
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