Devon ke Dev Mahadev


Devon ke Dev Mahadev
Devon ke Dev Mahadev

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 In the Puranas and Agamas, endless aspects of Devi Durga  are mentioned. She symbolises Creation, Preservation and Destruction of the three worlds and is usually depicted as having 8 arms which symbolise the extent of her protective powers from different directions, she is the personification of all male energy obtained from the Tridevas as well as the female force or Shakti that is the creative, dynamic and active energy of all existence. She has infinite power to protect from destructive forces.

Known as Mahishasurmardini, she is  the combined creative energies of Consciousness. She is responsible for the entire Srushti or Cosmic creation.

It is believed, Goddess MahaKali, MahaLakshmi, MahaSaraswati, came together and  fought the evil asuras who were planning to take up the whole universe. This battle went on for nine days and on the nineth day the good was finally able to defeat the bad force. The asuras were killed. Lord Shiva had given the Asuras, boon that only women could kill them and no man will be able to touch them. The Devas were not able to kill these Asuras because of this boon. Then the Devas went and requested lord Vishnu. Durga incarnated as the united power of all divine beings, who offered her the required physical attributes and weapons to kill the demon "Mahishasur".  she faught with the Asura & killed him after a battle that lasted nine long days. Since those days these nine days are celebrated to worship this strength. The goddess is requested to come to earth and remove all the evil from here.

The word "Durga" in Sanskrit means a fort, or a place which is difficult to over run. She is  "Durgatinashini," the one who eliminates sufferings. She protects her devotees from the evils of the world and at the same time removes their miseries.

The Many Forms of Durga

There are many forms of Durga: Kali, Bhagvati, Bhavani, Ambika, Lalita, Gauri, Kandalini, Java, Rajeswari, etc. Her nine forms are Shailputri, Brhmacharini, Chandraghant, Kusumanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Maha Gauri and Siddhidatri.

Durga's Many Arms

Durga is depicted as having eight or ten hands. These represent eight quadrants or ten directions  suggesting, she protects the devotees from all directions.

Durga's Three Eyes

Like Shiva, Mother Durga is also referred to as "Triyambake" meaning the three eyed Goddess. The left eye represents desire (the moon), the right eye represents action (the sun), and the central eye knowledge (fire).

Durga's Vehicle - the Lion

The lion represents power, will and determination. Mother Durga riding the lion symbolises her mastery over all these qualities. This suggests to the devotee that one has to possess all these qualities to get over the demon of ego.

Durga's Many Weapons

         The conch shell in Durga's hand symbolizes the 'Pranava' or the mystic word 'Om', which indicates her holding on to God in the form of sound.        

The bow and arrows represent energy. By holding both the bow and arrows in one hand "Mother Durga" is indicating her control over both aspects of energy - potential and kinetic.
         The thunderbolt signifies firmness. The devotee of Durga must be firm like thunderbolt in one's convictions. Like the thunderbolt that can break anything against which it strikes, without being affected itself, the devotee needs to attack a challenge without losing his confidence.
         The lotus in Durga's hand is not in fully bloomed, It symbolizing certainty of success but not finality. The lotus in Sanskrit is called "pankaja" which means born of mud. Thus, lotus stands for the continuous evolution of the spiritual quality of devotees amidst the worldly mud of lust and greed.
         The "Sudarshan-Chakra" or beautiful discus, which spins around the index finger of the Goddess, while not touching it, signifies that the entire world is subservient to the will of Durga and is at her command. She uses this unfailing weapon to destroy evil and produce an environment conducive to the growth of righteousness.
         The sword that Durga holds in one of her hands symbolizes knowledge, which has the sharpness of a sword. Knowledge which is free from all doubts, is symbolized by the shine of the sword.
         Durga's trident or "Trishul" is a symbol of three qualities - Satwa (inactivity), Rajas (activity) and Tamas (non-activity) - and she is remover of all the three types of miseries - physical, mental and spiritual.
Devi Durga stands on a lion in a fearless pose of "Abhay Mudra", signifying assurance of freedom from fear. The universal mother seems to be saying to all her devotees: "Surrender all actions and duties onto me and I shall release thee from all fears".

Four Devi Navratra Festivals:
Sharad Navratri is one of the major festival celebrated in month of Ashwin. All four Navratras, Ashwin Navratri, Vasant Navratra, Ashad Navratri and Magh Navratra are dedicated to the Mother Goddess Shakti. During every Navratri festival, one thing is similar that Goddess Durga (Navdurga) is worshipped for nine days in her nine forms or manifestations, each day a new avatar.During Navaratri every year, we meditate upon Devi Durga & invoke her power to destroy all evil tendencies in the mind, that may have the qualities of Tamas or inertia, ignorance & darkness so to lead us towards enlightenment.  
Three important aspects of life ' the power of courage, wealth and knowledge ' are asked from the Mother Goddess.

 The nine days of Navratri are an opportunity to rejoice in the three primeval qualities that make up the universe. Human life is governed by the three gunas  The first three days of Navaratri are attributed to tamo guna (it leads to depression, fear and emotional instability) the second three to rajo guna (this leads to anxiety and feverishness) and the last three days to sattva guna (when Sattva dominates then we are clear, focused, peaceful and dynamic). Human consciousness sails through the tamo and rajo gunas and blossoms in the sattva guna of the last three days. The three primeval gunas are considered as the feminine force of our magnificent universe. By worshiping the Mother Divine Amba Ma (Durga Ma) during Navaratri, we harmonise the three gunas and elevate sattva in the atmosphere. Whenever sattva dominates in life, victory follows. The essence of this knowledge is honoured by celebrating the tenth day as Vijaydashmi .
Navaratri Celebrations

People in western India, especially in Gujarat, spend the nine nights of Navratri in song, dance and merriment. Garba is a graceful form of dance, wherein women dressed in exquisitely embroidered choli, ghagra and bandhani dupattas, dance gracefully in circles around a pot containing a lamp, called "Garba" or "Garbha" means "womb", and in this context the lamp in the pot, symbolically represent life within a womb.
The word Garbo or Garaba has originated from Sanskrit word "Garbhdeep"- an earthen pot with circular holes is popularly known as Garbo. The earthen pot is symbol of human body and the lighten lamp inside signifies the divine soul.
Besides the Garba is the "Dandia" dance, in which men and women participate in pairs with small, decorated bamboo sticks called dandias in their hands. At the end of these dandias are tied tiny bells called ghungroos that make a jingling sound when the sticks hit one another. The dance has a complex rhythm. The dancers begin with a slow tempo, and go into frenzied movements, in such a manner that each person in a circle not only performs a solo dance with his own sticks, but also strikes his partners dandies in

 Durga Puja

Durga Puja: In Eastern India mainly in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Orissa, Assam, last 4 days of are celebrated as Durga Puja. It is the biggest festival of the year here. Gigantic clay idols of Goddess Durga depicting slaying of buffalo demon Mahishasura are brought home for four days and worshipped. After four days of festivities, when Durga's entry into homes is celebrated as a daughter's return to her maiden home, Durga is given a fitting farewell with the call to come again the following year.Durga Puja which mainly starts on Durga Saptami. Shandhi Puja, Shidhor Khela, Kanya Pooja and Mahanavami puja are the main rituals during Navratri.

In North India, Ramleela is performed, on Vijaya Dashami, Ravana Vadha, Kumbhakarna Vadha and Meghanath Vadha are the main events. Vijaya Dashami is also called as Aparajita Dashami and on this day Aparajita puja and Shami Puja are performed.
Navratri Kanya Puja: On the eight / ninth day of Navtratri called Durga Ashtami or Navami small girls are worshiped, girls feast on choicest food mainly halwa, puri & black grams and beautiful gifts are given to these nine girls. Thus signifying nine forms of Goddess Durga and this Puja is called Kanya Puja or Kanjakk.
In South, Golu or Kolu, doll arrangement, is an essential part of Navaratri and Dashera celebrations, in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. The Bommai Golus are proud possessions of a family and they are handed down through generations.
Majority of the Bommai Golu displayed in homes opt for the traditional method of display. Kolu - the royal court of Goddess Durga is created  in 3, 5, 7, 9 or 11 steps. The most important dolls are the Raja-rani or the marapaachi bommais. A set of them is found in all traditional households. Another important idol is that of Goddess Saraswati. A Kalash is also placed along with the Golu.
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Stories from Hindu Mythology continue to be the favorite theme. Community Golu and displays by organizations also opt for various other themes - current issues, social message or something related with their field of activity.
With kolu sets with different themes readily available in market, many people  also opt for it in their homes
  Golu stand with golu dolls for sale at an attractive price - S S Colony 

 Vijayadashmi or Dashera

Dashera, as the name suggests occurs on the "tenth" day following the Navratri. It is a festival to celebrate the triumph of good over evil, and marks the defeat and death of the demon king Ravana by Lord Ram in the epic Ramayana. Huge effigies of Ravana are burnt amongst the burning of fire crackers.

It is believed that Lord Ram had to pray to the nine different aspects of Devi to be able to kill Ravana. He then accumulated enough power to kill Ravana on the tenth day, which was called Vijayadashmi or Dashera. Since then, the tradition of praying to Devi for nine days has continued. The nine days therefore are celebrated in honour of victory of good over evil.
Vijaya Dashami is also called as Aparajita Dashami and on this day Aparajita puja and Shami Puja are performed

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Why Worship the Mother Goddess?

  Energy is only a form of the Divine Mother, who is the mother of all, and all of us are her children. "Why mother; why not father? "We believe that God's glory, his cosmic energy, his greatness and supremacy can best be depicted as the motherhood aspect of God. Just as a child finds all these qualities in his or her mother, similarly, all of us look upon God as mother. In fact, Hinduism is the only religion in the world, which gives so much importance to the mother aspect of God because we believe that mother is the creative aspect of the absolute.

 We believe that the divine power that provides energy for the Earth to move around the sun, causing the changes in the outer nature and that this divine power must be thanked for maintaining the correct balance of the universe.  Due to the changes in the nature, the bodies and minds of people undergo a considerable change, and hence, we worship the divine power to bestow upon all of us enough potent powers to maintain our physical and mental strength.

   The Devi Mahatmya Navratri Katha

The Devi Mahaatmya is a 700 verse poem and a part of the Markandeya Puraana.  It is auspicious to read the Devi Mahatmya Katha on or before Dassera, but the same can also be read any time.

The best technique for the achievement of  'Moksha' is worship. Moksha consists of the march of the human soul to its freedom. Freedom from what? It is freedom from desires that goad a man from birth to death and the dissatisfaction that results despite their fulfillment. The object of any form of worship is the attainment of Divine Grace. The Devi Mahatmya is a  brilliant poem in Sanskrit,   that describes the three stages of transformation of the obstacles that a human soul encounters in the journey towards freedom. What are these obstacles?

    Desire and anger.
    Restlessness of the mind.
  1. Ignorance.

The narration starts with the story of king Suratha. He is dejected because he has been defeated by his enemies. He lands up in the hermitage of Sage Medha. There he meets a merchant called Samadhi. Samadhi had not only lost his wealth but his own family, as the latter  has turned him out.

Both Samadhi and king Suratha are confounded at the fact that their mind keeps reverting to the very family and circumstances that have been the cause of so much sorrow in their lives.

They both request Rishi Medha to throw light on this mysterious aspect of the mind.The Sage replies that this sorrow that they were experiencing was due to the veiling power of the Divine Mother which is called 'Maya'. This delusion emanates from the Lord Himself. It is through this power that the Lord creates, preserves and dissolves back everything into its Pure State.

It is depicted in the Devi Mahatmya that  Ma Durga, Ma Kali, MahaLaxmi and MahaSaraswati are not different. They are three separate aspects of the same 'Shakti' energy.


Once Lord Vishnu withdrew His power of Maya and went into a Yoga Nidra (sleep). The whole Universe at that time was dissolved in the causal waters. Brahma, the creative power of the Lord had also gone to sleep. The earth  had been broken up and was floating around in the causal waters, These pieces of dirt lodged  themselves in the ears of the Lord. He  swept these out with His fingers. That dirt, because of the Lord's touch sprang into life and became enormous demons 'Asuras'. They were called Madhu and Kaitabh. They attacked Brahma. The latter invoked the Divine Mother to wake Vishnu. The Lord took the Asuras and placed them on His thighs and cut their heads off.

The Lord then created the earth with the fat (Medas) of the demons. That is the reason for the earth being called 'Medini' It is believed that the earth is situated in the thighs in the Cosmic Body of the Lord. It is interesting to note that the earth was created again from the fat of the same demons, Madhu and Kaitabh. 


Mahishaasura was a buffalo-headed demon . He was granted a boon whereby he would be protected from anyone. Intoxicated by the above gift, he set out to conquer the world. Mahishaasura defeated Indra, the king of the gods. Indra implored  Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh to help him. The Divine Trio amalgamated their shakti (power) and created Durga. Ma Durga fought Mahishaasura for 9 days and beheaded him on the 10th day. The 9 days are those of Navratri and the 10th  victorious day is called Vijaydashami..

A point to note is that as Mahishaasura was attacked, the latter would change its forms to elephant, bull, buffalo, until ultimately it is killed. The buffalo also represents the base animal instinct in a human being. Goddess Durga  is powerful enough to control Evil that comes in disguise. She ends this tyranny and protects Her devotees. 

These transformations of Maahishaasura also denote the fickle mind and different desires that manifest in some manner or another. The Trident that Mother uses to destroy the Impure is a 3 pronged weapon which protects the mental, intellectual and physical aspects of life. Her sword cuts the evil of ignorance. Her bell drives away unholy thoughts and the twang of Her bow instills alertness in Her devotees.


Ma then proceeded to annihilate Dhoomra- Lochana. The latter was a powerful general of the terrible Asura, Sumbha. Mother uttered the sound 'Hum' and the demon turned to ashes by the powerful vibration of the sound.

The form of Ma Kali who emerged from the forehead of the angry face of the Mother killed the Asuras Chanda and Munda. Chanda means a person who is short-tempered and Munda means a shaven-headed man.  Together they imply the anger of  a champion fighter. Because of this victory over Chanda and Munda , Kali Mata is known as Chamunda.


Hearing the news of the death of Chanda and Munda, the infuriated King Sumbha mobilised the Asuric forces and surrounded the Mother from all sides. Then, from the Great Devas (Spiritual Beings) emerged Powers which entered the Form of the Mother.

    From Brahma, emerged the power called Brahmaani.
    From Lord Shiva, emerged Maheshwari and Veer Bhadra.
    From Lord Shiva's son Kartikeya, emerged the power of Kaumari.
    From Lord Vishnu  emerged the power of Vaishnavi, Vaaraahi and Naarasimhi.
  1. From Indra emerged the power of Indraani.

Raktabeeja was the son of Krodhaavati, the sister of Sumbha and Nisumbha.  Krodha means anger. Raktabeeja was an Asura who enjoyed a unique blessing. If a drop of blood were to drop from his body and touch the earth, then a demon of his might and form would spring from it. So if he were to get wounded during battle, the drops of blood would give rise to a thousand demons like himself. It is for the above reason that Kali spread her tongue so that she could suck Raktabeeja's blood before it touched the earth. Raktabeeja fell on the ground dead as his body was completely drained of blood.


Finally Sumbha and Nisumbha were slain by Mother Saraswati. Ma Saraswati stands for knowledge and Wisdom. Knowledge and Wisdom are forever victorious over Ignorance and delusion.

The first 3 days of 'Navratra' are dedicated to 'Ma Kali' to annihilate the enemies within The next 3 days are dedicated to 'Ma Laxmi' and the last 3 days are dedicated to Ma Saraswati. After 9 days of struggle, Ma Durga beheaded Mahishaasura on the 10th day. This victorious day is called Vijaydashmi. On this day Shri Ram killed the 10 headed Ravana. This day is known as Dassera.

On the 10th day a Bonfire is lit to burn the Self arrogating Ego. So on this Vijaydashmi day or call it Dassera if you wish let us also sound the bugle of Victory over our struggle with our base nature tendencies .

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Aarati "Jaya Adya Shakti"

Jaya aadhya shakti. Maa jaya adhya shakti
Akhand brahmand dipavya (2) padave pragatyan maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Dwitiya bay swaroop Shiva shakti janoo. maa Shiva shakti janoo
Brahma Ganapati gaye (2) har gaye har maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Tritiya tran swaroop. tribhuvanman betha. maa tribhuvanman betha
Traya thaki taraveni (2) tun taraverni maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Chothe chatura mahalaxmi maa sacharachar vyapya maa sacharachar vyapya
Char bhuja chau deesha (2) pragatya dakshina maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Panchame pancha rushi. maa panchame goon padama
Pancha sahast tyan sohiya (2) panche tatwo maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe

Shasthi tun Narayani. mahisasur maaryo maa mahisasur maaryo
Nar naree na roope (2) vyapya saghade maa om jay om maa jagdambe
Saptami sapta pataal sandhya saveetri, maa sandhya saveetri
Gau ganga Gayatree (2) Gauri Geeta maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Asthami astha bhooja aayee ananda maa aayee ananda maa
Suranar moonivar janamya (2) Devo daito maa omjay om jay om maa jagdambe
Navami navakul naag. seve navadurga maa seve navadurga (2)
Navratri naa poojan. Shivratri naa archan kidha har brahama om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Dashami dash avataar. jay vijiya dashmi. maa jay vijiya dashml
Rame ram ramadya (2) Ravan rodyo maa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Ekadashi agiyarash, katyayani kaamaa maa katyayani kaamaa (2)
Kaam doorga Kaiika (2) Shyama ne Rama om jay om jay om maa jagdambe

Barase bala roop. Bahuchari Amba maa. maa Bahuchari Amba maa
Batuk bhairava sohiye. kal bhairava sohiye tara chhe tujamaa om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Terase tulaja roop tun taruni mata. maa tun taruni mata
Brahma Vishnu sadashiv (2) Guna tara gata om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Chaudashe chauda roop. chandi chamunda maa chandi chamunda
Bhava bhakti kain aapo, Potano kari stapho sinhavahani mata om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Pooname kumbha bharyo. sambhalajo karoona maa sambhalajo karoona Vashistha deve vakhanya. markanda deve vakhanya, gayee shubha kavita om jay om jay om…
Savant sole sattavan solashe baavish maa solashe baavishe maa
Savant sole pragatyan (2) reva ne teere om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Trambavati nagari. aayee roopavati nagari maa manchhavati nagari
Sola sahastra tyan sohiye (2) shama karo gauri maa daya karo gauri om jay om jay om….
Shivashakti ni aarti je koyee gaashe. Maa je bhave gaashe
Bhane Shivananda swami, sukha sampati thaasey. har kailashe jashey maa Amba dookha harashey om jay om jay om maa jagdambe
Eke ek swaroop antar nava dharasho, maa antar nava dharasho
Bhola bhoodar ne bhajata, maa Ambane bhajata bhavasaagar tarasho om jay om jay om…
 Bhava na jaanoo, bhakti na jaanoo, nav jaanoo seva, maa nav jaanoo seva
Maata na das ne raakho (2) charanamrut leva om jay om jay om maa jagdambe 
Aarati "Jaya Ambe Gauri"

Jai Ambe Gauri Maiya, Jai Shyama Gauri
Tumko nishdin dhyavat, Hari Brahma Shivji
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Mang sindur birajat, tiko mrigmadko (Maiya tiko mrigmadko)
Ujjvalse dou naina (ujjvalse dou naina), chandravadan niko
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Kanak saman kalevar, raktambar raje (Maiya raktambar raje)
Raktapushpa gal mala (raktapushpa gal mala), kanthhar par saje
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Kehari vahan rajat, khadag khappar dhari (Maiya khadag khappar dhari)
Sur nar munijan sevat (sur nar munijan sevat), tinke dukhahari
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Kanan kundal shobhit, nasagre moti (Maiya nasagre moti)
Kotik chandra divakar (Maiya kotik chandra divakar), samrajat jyoti,
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Shumbh-nishumbh vidare, Mahishasur ghati (Maiya Mahishasur ghati)
Dhumra-vilochan naina (dhumra-vilochan naina), nishdin madmati
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Chand Mund sanhare, shonitha beeja hare (Maiya shonitha beeja hare)
Madhu Kaitav dou mare (Madhu Kaitav dou mare), surbaiya haina karey
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Brahmani, Rudrani, tum Kamala Rani (Maiya tum Kamala Rani)
Agam-nigam bakhani (Agam-nigam bakhani), tum shiv patrani
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Chaunsath yogini gavat, nritya karat bhairon (Maiya nritya karat bhairon)
Bajat tal mridanga (bajat tal mridanga,), aur bajat damru
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Tum ho jag ki mata, tum hi ho bharata (Maiya tum hi ho bharata)
Bhaktan ki dukh harta (bhaktan ki dukh harta), sukh sampati karta
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Bhuja char ati shobhit, var mudra dhari (Maiya var mudra dhari)
Manvanchhit phal pavat (manvanchhit phal pavat), sevat nar nari
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Kanchan thal virajat, agaru kapur bati (Maiya agaru kapur bati)
Shri Malketu men rajat (Shri Malketu men rajat), kotiratan jyoti
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

Shri Ambe ji Ki aarti, Jo koi nar gave (Maiya jo koi nar gave)
Kehata Shiva Nand Swaami (kehata Shiva Nand Swaami), sukh sampati paave
Maiya Jai Ambe Gauri

 Saptashloki Durga

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Happy Navaratri to everyone.Smile

Do add your views, experience, knowledge in this thread.
We'll also celebrate this Navarati by posing various pics, songs, Garabas, stories, stotras known to us, of any language (the language rule is not applicable to this threadLOL)
So let's celebrate a multi-coultured Navaratri Smile 

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Wats this called in Hindi????????

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Lovely thread minaxi.U have worked so hard to make such an awesome thread.Hats off to u!ClapClapClapClapClap
Wish u all a very Happy Navratri!

Edited by subha2601 - 13 October 2012 at 7:38am

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Wow!! Superb thread Minaxi... Clap

Wishing Everyone a very Happy Navaratri.Smile

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@subha, sukhi thanks, do add from your side.

@strawbella, may be the same word, Golu in Hindi.

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