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Nine Mantras and Nine Faces of Ma Durga

Navratri is a sacred festival solely devoted to the divine form of Maa Shakti. During this nine night long festival of Navratri, nine different forms of Maa Durga signifying power, wealth, prosperity and knowledge are worshipped. Each day is dedicated to different aspect of divine almighty.

The nine mantras of nine days puja -

Maa Shailputri

Maa Shailputri is the daughter of Himalaya and first among the nine aspects of Maa Durga. Mounting on a bull, Maa Shailputri holds a trishul in the right hand and a flower in the left hand. Maa Shailputri's glories are endless.

It is believed that the Moon, the provider of all fortunes, is governed by Goddess Shailputri and any bad effect of the Moon can be overcome by worshipping this form of Adi Shakti. Stuti and Mantras -

Maa Brahmacharini

"Brahma" means "Tapa". Maa Brahmacharini is the second form of Navdurga and is worshipped on the second day of Navratri. Maa Brahmacharini practices Tapa and is very gorgeous giving the message of love to the whole world. She holds a rosary (mala) in her right hand and Kamandal in left hand. The goddess is full with merriment.

It is believed that Lord Mangal, the provider of all fortunes, is governed by Goddess Brahmacharini.

Stuti and Mantras -

Maa Chandraghanta

The Goddess establishes justice by saving her devotees from all kinds of danger. This form of Navdurga is known as Chandraghanta because there is a half-circular moon in her forehead. This face of Maa Durga is very charming and bright. She possesses three eyes and ten hands holding ten different types of swords, weapons and arrows etc and mounts on a Lion.

It is believed that Lord Mangal, the provider of all fortunes, is governed by Goddess Chandraghanta. Stuti and Mantras -

Maa Kushmanda

Maa Kushmanda, the fourth aspect of Navdurga is adored on the fourth day of Navratri. Maa Kushmanda represents the source of providing basic necessities to the whole world. This form of Durga is said to be the creator of the universe and resides in the innermost core of the earth. She has eight hands which hold seven types of weapons in seven hands and a rosary in her right hand. She seems brilliant riding on a Lion.

It is believed that the planet Shukra is governed by Goddess Kushmunda Stuti and Mantras -

Ma Skandamata

Skandamata is the fifth form of Navdurga therefore she is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. Skandamata bestows her devotees with the gift of differentiation of right from wrong to the world. She holds her son, "Skanda" in her lap while displaying three eyes and four hands; two hands hold lotus while the other two hands respectively display defending and granting gestures.

It is believed that the planet Budha is governed by Goddess Skandmata. Stuti and Mantras -

Ma Katyayani

On sixth day of Navratri, the sixth form of Maa Durga known as Maa Katyayani is worshipped. It is believed that Maa Katyayani persistently battles against the evil and deceitful entities. She has three eyes and four arms. One left hand holds a weapon and the other a lotus. The other two hands respectively display defending and granting gestures. Her mount is a lion.

Ma Kaalratri

Maa Kaalratri is the seventh form of Navdurga. Maa Kaalratri is also known as Maa Kaali or Maha Kaali and is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri. Kalaratri is the one of the fiercest forms of Maa Durga and her appearance itself evokes fear. This form of Goddess is believed to be the destroyer of all demon entities. Mounted upon a Donkey the goddess possess black skin with bountiful hair and four hands, two clutching a cleaver and a torch, while the remaining two are in the mudras.

It is believed that the planet Shani is governed by Goddess Kalaratri. Stuti and Mantras -

Ma Durga

Maa Durga is the soft spoken and simplest form of Maa Durga. She is calm and kind and exists in peaceful style. She has four arms and fairest complexion of all the Durga Shakti. She holds a drum and a trishul and is often depicted riding a bull. Durga Ashtami Puja is also held on this day in many parts of the country.

It is believed that the planet Rahu/Ketu is governed by Goddess Mahagauri. Stuti and Mantras -

Ma Siddhidatri

Navdurga’s ninth aspect is Maa Siddhidatri. Maa Siddhidatri showers knowledge over all her devotees making their soul pure. The Goddess drives on Lion. She has four hands and looks are very pleasing. The day is also observed as Mahanavami in many parts of the world.


Offer panchmeva or dryfruits to ma Durga, during each navratri. Offer jala or water to Ma Durga on each navratri. Offering a coconut to Ma Durga is best.
Timing - It is best to start puja/prayer in brham muhurtha or with in one hour of Sun rising.
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