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Navratri/ Durga Puja: Day 8th Durga Ashtami – Goddess Mahagauri, Puja, SMSs, WhatsApp Quotes, Messages, Wishes, Greetings, Pics, Tweets, FB Status, Photos, Images

Goddess Mahagauri

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It is on the 8th day of the Hindu festival, Navaratri, it is we all worship the Hindu Goddess, Mahagauri (Sanskrit: महागौरी, IAST: Mahāgaurī) which is we all celebrate the puja of the Mata Mahagauri, the Hindu Goddess. It is we all worship the Hindu deity Mahagauri which is on the Hindu festival, Durga Puja or the Navaratri which is also regarded as the Durga Ashtami.

The Hindu Goddess Mahagauri is the eighth avatar or the manifestation of goddess Durga, she is regarded as one of the Navadurgas, whom we all worship on the occasion of the Hindu festival, Durga Puja, in East India or the West Bengal the festival is known as this name and in North India the festival is known as the Navaratri.

It is the Hindu deity Mahagauri is worshipped and being offer puja on the 8th day of the Hindu festival Navratri or the Durga Puja.

Durga Ashtami: SMSs, WhatsApp Quotes, Pics, Photos, Messages, Tweets, FB Status

As per the legend and the Hindu mythology, it is the Hindu Goddess Mahagauri is having a massive power and strength to fulfill all the desires of her devotees and followers, which is just incredible, is not.

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Navratri/ Durga Puja: Day 8th Durga Ashtami – Goddess Mahagauri, Puja, SMSs, WhatsApp Quotes, Messages, Wishes, Greetings, Pics, Tweets, FB Status, Photos, Images

The people and devotes, who offer puja and worship to the Hindu Goddess Mahagauri, especially, on the occasion of the Hindu festival, Durga Puja or the Navaratri, get relief from all the sufferings in life.

The Hindu Goddess Mahagauri is having 4 arms. Her right arm is in the pose of allaying fear and right lower hand can be seen holding a trident in it.

The Hindu Goddess Mahagauri can be seen further holding a tambourine in her left upper arm and the lower one can be seen giving blessing and boons to her devotees, and followers.

While, the Hindu festival, Navratri, is all about offering puja and prayer to the Hindu Goddess Maa Dura, who is also being famous and prominent in the other names, like, Sati, Gauri, Bhavani, Parvati, Chitra and so on.

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