Worship Goddess Shakti to invite peace and happiness during Chaitra Navratri


|| या श्रीः स्वयं सुकृतिनां भवनेष्वलक्ष्मीः पापात्मनां कृतधियां हृदयेषु बुद्धिः | श्रद्धा सतां कुलजनः प्रभवस्य लज्जा तान्त्वान्नाताः स्म परिपालय देवी विश्वम ||

Chaitra Navratri Mantra

This shloka pays reverence to the Goddess Durga, who is known to help and bless everyone in this world – be it someone with a heart of gold, who does good deeds, or someone who is not so good at heart. The Goddess Durga Herself is the Goddess Lakshmi and Shakti, and she blesses this world with money and lack of it, happiness and sadness, faith and reverence. May She blesses the whole world!

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About Chaitra Navratri

he Shukla Paksha of four months, namely Maha, Chaitra, Aashaadha and Ashvin (also known as Aaso), in a Vikram Samvat year are celebrated to worship the Hindu Goddesses, the sources of eternal power. Among these auspicious days, two Navratri (festival of nine nights), one celebrated during the month of Chaitra is known as Chaitra Navratri and other during Ashvin, hold very high importance in the Hindu culture and it is known as Sharadiya Navratri. According to the Hindu legend, those, who keep fasts or follow religious practices and worship Goddess Jagdamba during this auspicious Chaitra Navratri festival, have all their desires and dreams fulfilled. One may attain Moksha if Goddess Bhagwati showers Her divine blessings. To seek Her blessings during the Chaitra Navratri 2017, one should offer donations to the needy, attend Katha sessions and take the pledge to follow religious practices. Navratri festival 2017 is meant for those devotees who tend to experience financial gains, academic advancement and be able to bear a child. If you are unable to observe fast for the entire day during Chaitra Navratri, you have one meal during the day and seek Goddess Durga's blessings by worshipping Her wholeheartedly. 

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Chaitra Navratri Rituals

During the festival of Chaitra Navratri, one should get a Brahmin put an urn and establish the idols of Goddesses- Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Saraswati, in the house and offer Pooja every day. The idols should be paid reverence and respect in the form of sacred water and flowers of Bijora. One who offers these flowers to Ma Shakti is blessed with beauty. People who are looking for fame and happiness should offer the goddesses with sacred water mixed with nutmeg during the Chaitra Navratri. You may also offer fruits mixed with sacred water to get blessings from the Goddesses. 

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The scriptures recommend the Yagna (worship) with offerings of sugar, clarified butter, wheat, honey, oats, sesame seeds, Bilva leaves, dry coconut and Kadamb to get maximum benefits during Chaitra Navratri. This can bring you great benefits, for example, to get all the blessings from Goddess Lakshmi, one should perform Yagana with wheat; Jasmine flowers, when offered here, are said to bring wealth and peace, while Kheer made from rice and milk, when offered in this Yagna, is said to help in begetting children and family's happiness. 

At the end of this Havana/ Yagna, the performer should touch the feet of the priest and offer alms. Donations made during Chaitra Navratri is said to bring magnified results. If we worship and perform Yagna during Chaitra Navratri, we are said to be blessed with the benefits equivalent to the Ashwamedha Yagna. 

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Chaitra Navratri Significance 

It is said that when Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha are worshiped together, one is surely blessed for eternity – in Kalyug. And, if that is done during Chaitra Navaratri, this worship is said to bring even greater happiness and gains. 

Ma Bhagwati Durga is said to be the force behind all the visible and invisible powers in this world. Her various forms – the various Indian forms of Goddesses Durga, worshiped during the 9 different days of the Navaratri, are symbolic of various aspects of the life and the world. 

To know more about each Goddess signifying each separate day of Navaratri and her role, her blessings, please refer to these -
With Ganesha's Grace,
Dharmesh Joshi
The GaneshaSpeaks.com Team