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Navratri: Puja Of The Goddess Maa Katyayani – Festival, Images, Quotes, Tweets, Celebration, Puja, FB Status, Account

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Today it is another day of the Hindu festival, Navaratri, and today we all worship and offer puja and prayer to the Hindu deity Maa Katyayani.

Chaitra Navratri: Puja Of The Goddess Maa Katyayani – Festival

Well, the Hindu deity Maa Katyayani is also known as Mahalakshmi and she is the sixth form of the Navadurga or the nine forms of the Durga (Shakti), Hindu goddess, one of the most important and crucial Goddess.

Well, it is the Maa Katyayani, the Hindu goddess, is offer puja and prayer at the period of the Hindu festival, Navratri and it is her puja is an integral and important part of the Navratri or the Durga Puja celebrations, indeed.

The Hindu deity, Mata Katyayani can be seen with her 18 or 10 hands or 4 hands and it is the second name given for Goddess Adi Parashakti in Amarakosha, the Sanskrit dictionary (Goddess Parvati Names – “Uma Katyayani Gauri Kali Haimavathi Ishwari”).

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Navratri: Puja Of The Goddess Maa Katyayani – Festival, Images, Quotes, Tweets, Celebration, Puja, FB Status, Account

Well, as per the Wikipedia, it is the Devi Katyayani is the sister of Lord Krishna. As per the Shaktism, it is the Hindu Goddess, Maa Katyayani is connected and associated with the fierce forms of Shakti or Durga, she is also regarded and consider as a Warrior goddess, that is consists of the Hindu Goddess, Bhadrakali and Chandika.

It is the Maa Katyayani, the Hindu Goddess, who is an avatar of the Maa Durga, one of the most important Hindu deity and she an epitome of the female or the women empowerment and she is traditionally connected with the red colour because of the Goddess Durga, the ancient form of Shakti.

This fact is also mentioned in the Patanjali’s Mahabhashya on Pāṇini, which was penned around 2nd century BCE, as per Wikipedia.

The Maa Goddess Kātyāyanī, can be also seen holding the luminous sword, and she is come in her this avatar, only to destroy demon and evil and she is also always, emerged as the winner.

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