The devotees were delighted to see the Chandraghanta form of the mother

The followers reached Mother Belha Devi’s farm on Thursday.
– Photo: PRATAPGARH

Pratapgarh. On the third day of Navratri, Thursday devotees worshiped Chandraghanta, the third form of Maa Durga, in Devidham. Followers crowded to worship the mythological goddess Dhams. Devotees prayed by offering coconut, chunari, betasha, garland, flowers, and garlands. The atmosphere was made devotional by the mother’s cheers.
On the third day of Navratri there is a law to worship Mother Chandraghanta Devi. Devidham crowded into darshan on Thursday.
Long lines of supporters continued to the gate. The patta was opened and the service began after the mother was decorated at the mother Belhadevi Dham on the coast of the city of Seai. Meanwhile the mother’s calls began to vibrate. The order of worship and worship continued from morning to evening. Similarly, followers at Maa Barahi Devidham in the Raniganj tehsil area worshiped the mother by law. The command of darshan began after Mahaarti at dawn. Mother Barahi Devi continued to echo in the dham until Barasham. In Chandwadevi Dham, Mother Sankatharani Dham and Mother Gaura Dham huddled in the Sandwachandrika region. Darshan began in the morning and the order of worship continued until Darsham.

Pratapgarh. On the third day of Navratri, devotees worshiped Chandraghanta, the third form of Maa Durga, in Devidham on Thursday. Followers crowded to worship the mythological goddess Dhams. Devotees prayed by offering coconut, chunari, betasha, garland, flowers, and garlands. The atmosphere was made devotional by the mother’s cheers.

On the third day of Navratri there is a law to worship Mother Chandraghanta Devi. Devidham crowded into darshan on Thursday.

Long lines of supporters continued to the gate. The patta was opened and the service began after the mother was decorated at the mother Belhadevi Dham on the coast of Seai town. Meanwhile the mother’s calls began to vibrate. The order of worship and worship continued from morning to evening. Similarly, followers at Maa Barahi Devidham in the Raniganj tehsil area worshiped the mother by law. The command of darshan began at dawn after the Maha Aarti. Mother Barahi Devi continued to echo in the dham until Barasham. In Chandwadevi Dham, Mother Sankatharani Dham and Mother Gaura Dham huddled in the Sandwachandrika region. Darshan began in the morning and the order of worship continued until Darsham.

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