Navrati-Day 9- Maa Siddhidatri


The last among the nine forms of Maa Shak­ti is God­dess Sid­dhi­da­tri who is wor­shiped on the ninth or final day of Navra­tri. ‘Sid­dhi’ is a San­skrit term which means ‘per­fec­tion’. God­dess Sid­dhi­da­tri has four arms. She holds a Chakra in her right low­er hand and a mace in the upper. In the left low­er hand there is a conch and in her upper left hand a lotus flow­er. She is seat­ed on a lotus flow­er with the lion as her mount.

The God­dess Sid­dhi­da­tri is capa­ble of giv­ing all sortsmata-siddhidatri-puja of occult pow­ers and is also the pos­ses­sor of 26 dif­fer­ent wish­es to grant her worshipers.Legend has it that the Supre­me God Shiva got all the­se ‘sid­dhis’ by wor­ship­ing Maha Shak­ti. With her grat­i­tude the half body of Shiva became that of the God­dess Shak­ti and there­fore he also came to be called as ‘Ard­ha­narish­var’. The Sid­dhi that she pro­vides is the real­iza­tion that every­thing is Supre­me Being or Brah­man.

Colour of the Day:

Navami / Vijayadasami – Navra­tri 9th Day – Sky Blue 9.10.2016

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