Chaitra Navratri 2024: Day 9 – Maa Siddhidatri
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Chaitra Navratri 2024: Day 9 – Maa Siddhidatri

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Chaitra Navratri 2024: Day 9 – Maa Siddhidatri

Maa Siddhidatri is the ninth and final form of Goddess Durga, worshipped on the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri. Her name is derived from two Sanskrit words: “Siddhi”, meaning perfection, and “Datri”, meaning one who grants. She is the bestower of all siddhis (perfections) and spiritual powers. She is depicted as seated on a golden throne, holding a lotus flower in one hand and a trident (trishul) in the other.

Significance of Maa Siddhidatri

Maa Siddhidatri is worshipped for the attainment of knowledge, wisdom, and moksha (liberation). She is also believed to grant her devotees with success in all their endeavors. She is the embodiment of divine grace and power, and her worship is said to remove all obstacles and negativity from one’s life.

Chaitra Navratri 2024: Day 9 - Maa Siddhidatri
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Navami Puja Vidhi (Rituals)

On the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri, devotees wake up early in the morning and take a bath. They then wear clean clothes and decorate the puja area with flowers, fruits, and sweets. An idol or picture of Maa Siddhidatri is placed in the center of the puja area.

The puja begins with the lighting of a lamp and the offering of incense. Devotees then chant mantras and sing hymns in praise of Maa Siddhidatri. They offer prasad (food offerings) to the Goddess, which are later distributed among family and friends.

According to Drik Panchang, Mahanavami of Chaitra Navratri will start on April 16 at 1:23 pm and will end on April 17 at 3:24 pm. Therefore, as per Udayatithi, Mahanavami will be celebrated on 17th April.

Havan material list:

Hawan Kund, sandalwood, hawan material, cow dung cakes, ashwagandha, betel nut, betel nut, cloves, nutmeg, vermillion, urad, honey, cow’s ghee, camphor, liquorice, mango wood, dry coconut shell, barley, Collect all the materials of Hanav including flower garland, frankincense, Navagrah wood, sugar, red cloth, sandalwood, roli, mauli, akshat, guggal, cloves, sesame, rice, 5 types of fruits.

Method of worship:

First of all, clean the havan place thoroughly and sprinkle Ganga water there.

Wash and clean the Havan Kund also.

Do proper worship of its mother queen.

Decorate mango wood and cow dung cakes in the Havan Kund.

Then add camphor and ghee in the middle of the sticks in the Havan Kund.

Keep the havan ingredients and clean ghee in a bowl.

Keep Kalawa wrapped in a dry coconut.

Now light the fire and start offering the offering by reciting the mantras given below one by one.

In this, offer sacrifice to all the Gods and Goddesses including Navadurga, Navagraha and Tridev.

Then put kheer, puri, betel leaf, betel nut, cloves and fruits on the coconut and place it in the middle of the Havankund.

Offer the remaining havan material in the yagya.

After this, perform the Aarti of Mata Rani with camphor or ghee lamp.

Apologize for the mistakes made during the puja at the havan site.

Let all the family members attend the Aarti and offer some rupees in the plate as Dakshina.

After Aarti, offer kheer, puri, gram and halwa to Mata Rani.

After this, perform Kanya Puja and feed the girls and give them some gifts.

Chant these mantras during Havan:

ओम आग्नेय नमः स्वाहा

ओम गणेशाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम गौरियाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम नवग्रहाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम दुर्गाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम महाकालिकाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम हनुमते नमः स्वाहा

ओम भैरवाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम कुल देवताय नमः स्वाहा

ओम स्थान देवताय नमः स्वाहा

ओम ब्रहमाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम विष्णुवे नमः स्वाहा

ओम शिवाय नमः स्वाहा

ओम जयंती मंगलाकाली, भद्रकाली कपालिनी दुर्गा क्षमा शिवाधात्री स्वाहा स्वधा नमुस्तति स्वाहा

ओम ब्रह्मा मुरारी त्रिपुरांतकारी भानु: शशि भूमि सुतो बुधश्च: गुरुश्च शुक्र शनि राहु केतव सर्वे ग्रहा शांति करा भवंतु स्वाहा

ओम गुरुर्ब्रह्मा, गुरुर्विष्णु, गुरुर्देवा महेश्वर: गुरु साक्षात् परब्रह्मा तस्मै श्री गुरुवे नम: स्वाहा।

ओम शरणागत दीनार्त परित्राण परायणे, सर्व स्थार्ति हरे देवि नारायणी नमस्तुते।

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