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Navaratri: 6th Day – Puja Of Mata Shashthi & Festival

Shashthi

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Well, it is the 6th day of the Hindu festival, Navaratri, when we all offer puja and prayer to the Mata Katyayani, one of the important and influential Hindu deity whom we all worship on the period of the Hindu festival, Navaratri or the Durga Puja, and it is the Mata Katyayani, the Hindu Goddess, is also amongst the one NAVADURGA OR avatar of the Mata Durga.

Well, on the occasion of the Hindu festival, Durga Puja, it is on the sixth day, we all worship the Mata Katyayani, Hindu Goddess, and the day is celebrate and observe as the Shashthi or Shashti (Sanskrit: षष्ठी, Ṣaṣṭhī, literally “sixth”).

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It is the Shashthi, she is a Hindu folk goddess, being display and acclaimed as the benefactor and protector of children (in particular, as the giver of the male child).

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It is the puja of the Hindu Goddess, Shashthi, we all do and perform on the occasion of the Hindu festival, Navaratri, and mainly the puja of the Hindu Goddess, Shashthi is done by the mother of a child.

Navaratri: 6th Day – Puja Of Mata Shashthi & Festival

It is the Hindu goddess, Shashthi, which is considered as an epitome of the vegetation and reproduction and as per the belief she bestows children and helps out at the period of the childbirth, as per Wikipedia.

The Hindu Goddess, Mata Shashthi, is often pictured as a motherly figure, riding a cat and nursing one or more babies, which is being displayed on pic or idol of the Goddess.

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The celebration of the Shashthi and puja of the Hindu Goddess Shashthi is mainly done in the West Bengal and the East India, or amongst the Bengali Hindu religion following people, at the period of the Hindu festival, Durga Puja, or in the month of the September or October, in the North India, the festival, is known as widely Navaratri.

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