October 2020


Siddhidatri: Yogini Anandamayi Ma

On the ninth day of Navratri, we invoke Devi Siddhidatri, who bestows all siddhis upon her devotees. The Devi’s blissful figure deeply resembles a yogini - Sri Anandamayi Ma - who was known for her supernatural abilities of precognition
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Mahagauri: Lokmata Rani Rashmoni

On Day 8, we invoke Devi, Mahagauri. She is the symbol of eternal nurture and support. The disposition of Mahadurga is thus indistinguishable from Lokmata Rani Rashmoni - the founder of the historic Dakshineshwar Kali Temple in Kolkata.
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Kaalratri: Freedom Fighter, Pritilata Waddedar

On day 7 of Navratri, we celebrate Devi Kalratri. Devi Kaalratri is dark in complexion with blood-red tinge hues her mouth and eyes. Pritilata like the destructive form of Devi had come into the scene of India’s freedom movement like a flash of lightning with blazing guns.
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Katyayini: Brahmavadini Maitreyi

The brahmavadini Maitreyi of the Vedic ages, she who is the wife of the sage Yajnavalkya and a profound Vedic philosopher herself, is the embodiment of the Devi Katyayni.
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Skandmata: Swaraj Mata Jija Bai

On Day 5 we worship the supreme maternal form of the goddess as Skandamata, the mother of Kartikeya - the general of the divine army. The goddess is most akin to another maternal figure of virtue and courage who has borne one of India’s greatest sons in her womb: Mata...
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