Navratri Day 9: Significance and Pujan Vidhi

The last and the final day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Siddhidatri. This day is also known as Navami and many people commence the Navami Parana on the day of Navami Tithi only. Goddess Siddhidatri is considered to be the giver of many Siddhis or achievements. It is believed that by worshipping this Goddess, one comes into contact with many kinds of luxuries in life, and a person who worships her never lacks knowledge in life.

There is also a ritual of conducting Kanya Pujan on the day of Navami Tithi. With this special article of ours today, we will let you know the Shubh Muhurat to worship Goddess Siddhidatri and also the correct Pujan Vidhi. Also, the Navratri Parana Muhurat & Its significance.

Significance of Goddess Siddhidatri

The ninth incarnation of Goddess Durga is known as Maa Siddhidatri. She is the Goddess who provides all kinds of Siddhi or achievements. She is worshiped on the ninth day in Navdurga Puja. On this day, all kinds of Siddhi(s) are attained by the seeker who practices the classical rituals with complete devotion. Nothing in the universe remains inaccessible to such a person. He/she has the power to win the universe once and for all.

सिद्धगन्धर्वयक्षाद्यैरसुरैरमरैरपि |
सेव्यमाना सदा भूयात् सिद्धिदा सिद्धिदायिनी ||

By the grace of Goddess Siddhidatri, every common person becomes eligible to subscribe to many kinds of luxuries. In today’s era, no one can perform such a difficult austerity, but according to their power and capacity, chantings, penance, worship make some become eligible to acquire the blessings of the mother. Also, half of the body of the Goddess is considered to be that of Lord Shiva, her consort. For this reason, she is popular among the people by the name ‘Ardhanarishvara‘. Maa Siddhidatri has four arms and the lion is her mode of conveyance. She is also seated on a lotus flower and also carries a lotus flower in her lower right hand.

या देवी सर्वभू‍तेषु माँ सिद्धिदात्री रूपेण संस्थिता।
नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमो नम:।

Significance & Puja Vidhi of Kanya Pujan

In the realm of Hinduism, Maa Durga is considered to be the epitome of power, happiness, and prosperity. It is said that Maa Durga resides in small girls and this is the reason why many people worship Kanya or small girls on the Navami and Ashtami Tithi of Navratri. In Kanya Puja, girls between the ages of 2 and 10 years are called home, and eventually, their feet are touched, Aarti is performed, and then they are given food with respect. In the end, their hands and feet are washed again and they are blessed with gifts. It is said that by doing this, Maa Durga is very pleased and fulfills each and every wish of her devotees.

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