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Navratri 2023 Day 9: Unveiling the Worship of Maa Siddhidatri on the Final Day of Navratri; Know Significance, Mantra and Birth Story of Goddess

Discover the significance, mantras, and the tale of Maa Siddhidatri's heavenly birth as you learn how to worship her on the last day of Navratri.

Navratri 2023 Day 9: Siddhidatri is the name of Adi Shakti Maa Bhavani’s eighth power. On the ninth day of Navratri worship, she is worshipped. The mother who bestows all successes is this one. Worshipping Maa Siddhidatri leads to a multitude of accomplishments and the fulfilment of both earthly and celestial ambitions.

The Divine Form of Maa Siddhidatri

Maa Siddhidatri has an incredibly divine form. The goddess sits on a lotus, and Maa rides a lion. With a mace in the upper hand, a conch in the lower left hand, a lotus flower in the upper hand, and a chakra in the lower right hand, he possesses four arms. It is also believed that Maa Siddhidatri is the embodiment of Goddess Saraswati. Maa loves the colours red and purple. Maa Siddhidatri’s generosity allowed Lord Shiva to transform half of his body into a goddess, Ardhanarishwar.

Achieving Desires through Worship of Maa Siddhidatri

A devotee who carries out sadhana with whole devotion and the aid of traditional rituals achieves all of their goals on this day. All the desires of those who worship him are granted. By worshipping them, devotees get renown, strength, prosperity, and recognition. Meditation, remembrance, and adoration to Goddess Bhagwati help us reach the true ultimate level of calm and let us realise how small this world is.

Step-by-Step Worship of Maa Siddhidatri

Worshipping the Kalash and meditating on all the Gods and Goddesses inside it should come first. Devote yourself to the mother by using Roli, Moli, Kumkum, Pushp Chunari, and other symbols. Present the goddess with pudding, puri, kheer, gramme and coconut. Chant maa’s mantras after this. Nine girls and one boy should be eating at home on this particular day. Girls should be at least nine in number and older than two. Their ages should range from two to ten years. Mata Siddhidatri’s well-known pilgrimage place is Nanda Parvat in Himachal Pradesh. It is thought that by worshipping this goddess, one can get eight siddhis as well as new wealth, intelligence, and wisdom, just as Lord Shiva did with her help.

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