Navratri: Devotees performed a great decoration on the day of Navami on the day of Bhagwati Siddhidatri

Navratri: Devotees performed a great decoration on the day of Navami on the day of Bhagwati Siddhidatri
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Manjhanpur – Kada. On the Navami of Navratri, the devotees performed a magnificent decoration of the mother Siddhidatri, the ninth form of the goddess. In addition to the Devi temples throughout the district, Prasad was distributed in houses in the form of Kanya Bhojas. It is believed that on this day, by worshiping a girl in the form of a goddess, the goddess is delighted and the wish of the devotees is granted.
According to Vedic beliefs, Lord Rudra worshiped the goddess Adi Parashakti. At that time there was no form of the goddess. The almighty Shakti Devi Adi Parashakti Siddhidatri appeared on the left side of Lord Shiva.
Lord Shiva also rejoices in the worship of this form of Bhagwati. According to this belief, the devotees worshiped the goddess with full rituals on the day of Navami. Devi Temple was magnificently decorated on the occasion of Navami by the Panda Congregation in Shitala Dham, Kada. Not only that, after worshiping hundreds of girls in the form of a goddess, they made a fifty-six bhog banquet. Ram Navami is only celebrated on this day. Devotees distributed offerings to people near the Devi Temple. Similarly, at Durga Temple in Manjhanpur, devotees worshiped the goddess by playing Ghanta Gharial. At the same time, after offering the girls food in the form of a goddess, they distributed prasad to Kanyapujan. In the Jharkhandi Temple in Paschimarira, the devotees worshiped the goddess by law and let the girls eat her.

Manjhanpur – Kada. On the Navami of Navratri, the devotees performed a magnificent decoration of Mother Siddhidatri, the ninth form of the goddess. In addition to the Devi temples throughout the district, Prasad was distributed in houses in the form of Kanya Bhojas. It is believed that on this day, by worshiping a girl in the form of a goddess, the goddess is delighted and the wish of the devotees is granted.

According to Vedic beliefs, Lord Rudra worshiped the goddess Adi Parashakti. At that time there was no form of the goddess. The almighty Shakti Devi Adi Parashakti Siddhidatri appeared on the left side of Lord Shiva.

Lord Shiva also rejoices in the worship of this form of Bhagwati. According to this belief, the devotees worshiped the goddess with full rituals on the day of Navami. Devi Temple was magnificently decorated on the occasion of Navami by the Panda Congregation in Shitala Dham, Kada. Not only that, after worshiping hundreds of girls in the form of a goddess, they made a fifty-six bhog banquet. Ram Navami is only celebrated on this day. Devotees distributed offerings to people near the Devi Temple. Similarly, at Durga Temple in Manjhanpur, devotees worshiped the goddess by playing Ghanta Gharial. At the same time, after offering the girls food in the form of a goddess, they distributed prasad to Kanyapujan. In the Jharkhandi Temple in Paschimarira, the devotees worshiped the goddess by law and let the girls eat her.

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