Well, today, it is 4th day, of the Hindu festival, Navratri , when we all worship another avatar of the Maa Durga, the Hindu deity, called, Kushmanda, because the Hindu festival, Navratri, is all about the puja of the Maa Druga which is also known as Durga Puja, in the West Bengal and in North India the festival, is known as Navratri.
Well, this avatar of the Hindu goddess, Mata Kushmanda, is often credited with creating the earth with her heavenly smile which is also touted as the powerful enough to spread positivity and the positive hopes in the earth and in the whole universe indeed.
As per Wikipedia, it is the Followers of the Kalikula tradition said and believes that the Mata Kushmanda, is the fourth form of the Hindu goddess Durga.
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Well, the Hindu Goddess Kushmanda Devi, is worshiped on the 4th day of the carnival of the Navratri (nine nights of Navadurga) and it is being said about the Goddess, and she is there always present to improve health and bestow wealth and she is given power and strength to her followers and devotees, indeed.
Goddess Kushmanda is blessed with the eight hands that are why she is also widely regarded as the Ashtabhuja Devi. It is being said that there is the all power to bestow Siddhis and Niddhis is located in her Jap Mala.
As per the believes, it is being said that the Hindu Goddess, the Mata Kushmanda, is also created the whole universe, that is known as called Brahmanda (ब्रह्माण्ड) in Sanskrit, by showing her divine and the heavenly smile, which is looks and appear very incredible, indeed.
The above-mentioned goddess is having a strong connection and a worthy association with the Brahmanda and Kushmanda, so no wonder, why she is also popularly known as Goddess Kushmanda.
Harsiddhi temple in Ujjain remains crowded with devotees during #Navratri. It hosts the idol of goddess Harsiddhi which looks attractive when painted with a brilliant vermillion and it is also believed that this temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths where Sati’s elbow had fallen. pic.twitter.com/Kg8Eo7WvJ9
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