Learn Navadurga Stotram online with Vedicology. Navadurga are nine manifestations and forms of Durga especially worshipped during Navaratri and Durga Puja. They are often considered collectively as a single deity, mainly among the followers of Shaktism and Shaivism.
According to Hindu mythology, the nine forms are considered the nine stages of Durga during the nine-day long duration of the war with demon-king Mahishasura, where the tenth day is celebrated as the Vijayadashami (lit. ‘Victory day’) among the Hindus and is considered as one of the most important festivals.
Significance of Learning Navadurga Stotram online with Vedicology
The Navadurga forms of Devi reward people with her grace, bravery and courage. By her grace, all the sins, distresses, physical sufferings, mental tribulations and hurdles of the devotees are eradicated.
The 9 forms are as follows-
Devī Shailaputrī ( Daughter of Himavan or Mountain) She represents Parvati in her stage of childhood with the divine and principal form being Durga. Goddess of the muladhara chakra or root/basal chakra. Devi Shailaputri has reference in our Navadurga Stotram online, in which you will learn her mantra.
Devī Brahmacāriṇī . -Durga in her phase of asceticism. Her name means “one who performs Tapa (penance)”.Brahmacharini means a devoted female student who lives in an Ashrama with her Guru along with other students.. Maa Brahmacharini governs the Swadhisthana Chakra
Devī Chandraghaṇṭa – 3rd Day of NavarathriChandraghanta is the third Navadurga aspect of goddess Mahadevi. Her name Chandra-Ghanta, means “one who has a half-moon shaped like a bell. Her third eye is always open and she is always ready for war against demons”. Chandrghanta governs the Manipuraka Chakra
Devi Kushmanda is worshiped on the fourth day of the festival of Navaratri (nine nights of Navadurga) and her adoration improves health and bestow wealth and strength.. Her name signals her main role: Ku means “a little”, Ushma means “warmth” or “energy” and Anda means “cosmic egg”.. Her abode is in Anahata chakra.
Devi Skandamāta is the fifth among the Navadurga forms of Mahadevi. Her name comes from Skanda, an alternate name for the war god Kartikeya, and Mātā, meaning mother. As one of the Navadurga, the worship of Skandamātā takes place on the fifth day of Navaratri. Her abode is in Vishuddha chakra. Devi Skandamata has reference in our Navadurga Stotram online with Vedicology, in which you will learn her mantra.
Devi Katyayani is the sixth aspect of the Navadurga forms of Mahadevi. She is seen as the slayer of the tyrannical demon Mahishasura. She may be depicted with four, ten, or eighteen hands. This is the second name given for Goddess Adi Parashakti in Amarakosha, the Sanskrit lexicon (Goddess Parvati names- Uma, Katyayani, Gauri, Kali, Haimavati, Ishwari). She is ascribed to the sixth Ajna Chakra or the Third eye chakra and her blessings are invoked by concentrating on this point
Devī Kālarātri – Seventh of the Nine Navadurga Forms. Remover of Black Magic, Illeffects created by others to harm some one and remover of all obstacles. Kalaratri is one of the fearsome forms of the Mother Goddess. Maa Kaalratri governs the Crown Chakra or Sahasraara
Devi Mahagauri is the eighth form of Goddess Durga among the Navadurga aspects. She is worshipped on the eighth day of Navaratri. According to Hinduism, Mahagauri has the power to fulfill all the desires of her devotees. The one who worships the goddess, gets relief from all the sufferings in life.
Devi Siddhidhatri is the ninth and final among the Navadurga (nine forms) of mother goddess Mahadevi. The meaning of her name is as follows: Siddhi means supernatural power or meditative ability, and Dhatri means giver or awarder. Her reverence on the ninth day of Navaratri (nine nights of Navadurga); fulfills all the divine aspirations. .She possesses eight supernatural powers, or the siddhis, called Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakambya, Ishitva and Vashitva.
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How to learn Navadurga Stotram with Vedicology
Learning Navadurga Stotram online is easy. We have provided the reference material which consists of Navadurga Stotram in Devanagari Script and in English Script. We have also provided the meanings of each line, in simple, easy-to-understand English.
Please keep the reference material with you when you attend the program. The facilitator will chant each line multiple times so that you can easily learn immediately. Our facilitators will chant each line 3-4 times, split the words for you, so that you can understand the formation. Our team will again chant the slokas so that you can chant with the facilitator. Once you chant each of these lines 4-5 times along with our facilitator and understand the word splits you would have already learned Navadurga Stotram .Now is the best time to begin your “Learn Navadurga Stotram online” journey.
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