Navratri Prasad offered on Navami Tithi
Goddess Siddhidatri, the ninth form of Goddess Durga is to be worshipped on Navami Tithi. The Goddess fulfills all the wishes of the devotees so the name of Goddess is Siddhidatri (Siddhi means accomplishment). The prasad of til or sesame seeds have to be offered to the Goddess and fast has to be observed by the devotees on that day. The Goddess relieves the devotees from the phobia of death and prevents them from accidents.
The nine days of Navratri are considered as the most auspicious days of the year. Chaitra and Shardiya Navratri are very auspicious and hold great spiritual importance in Hindu culture.
According to Hindu Mythology, the Goddess took the special appearance to free Devas from the terror of the demons. The mouth of the Goddess appeared from the grandeur of Lord Shiva and her hair appeared from the splendor of Yamraj. The arms, chest, and waist of the Goddess appeared from Lord Vishnu, Moon and Indra respectively. The thigh and calf were created from the splendor of Varun. Navel, foot, and fingers appeared from the grandeur of Earth, Lord Brahma, and Sun respectively and nose from the grandeur of Kuber, eyebrows from the magnificence of Vayu and teeth and three eyes have appeared from the grandeur of Vayu.
So Navdurga is considered to be the most powerful Goddess and worshipping her fulfills the wishes of the devotees. They are blessed with a healthy and wealthy life. The devotees are advised to bring home Saraswati Yantra during Navratri which would likely aid them in taking a smarter decision in different areas of life.
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