Significance of Day 3 of Navratri:Goddess Chandraghanta

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shubhpuja.comThe first three days, Goddess Durga is worshipped to praise her divine energy which terminates the existence of evil energies in the form of demon. Her ferocious and raging form personifies the energy of mother that erupts actively when positive and righteous powers are at stake.

Goddess of peace, serenity and prosperity, Ma Chandraghanta is worshipped on the third day of navratri festival for her charisma and charm that captivates the devotees’ faith. Due to the half-moon bell on her head she is referred as Chandraghanta. This form of Goddess Durga is a fierce one depicting her anger against the presence of evil and violence on earth. Sitting on her lion with weapons in her 10 hands define the profound anger in her personality but at the time her vibrant and charming personality depicts her glory and fearless attitude.

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Contributed By: Meenakshi Ahuja

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