Goddess Durga

There are ten great MahaVidyas (great wisdom) collectively, so today let’s connect to them with respect and honour. These ten Maha-Vidyas are wisdom goddesses who represent a spectrum of feminine divinity from the horrific goddesses at one end to the gentle at the other.

It is from this day that the Durga Puja fever begins. Durga Puja starts from the seventh day after Mahalaya and ends on the tenth day of Dashami or Dussehra.

Idols of Goddess Durga are transported to various pandals from this day, with the onset of the last round of preparation for the grand festival.

During this time of Navratri Celebrations, Renooji (RenooNirula), has enabled us with knowledge and mantras to connect to, understand, and...

With the Seventh Form of the Navdurgas – we approach the darkest form of Devi as she takes on the form of complete warrior goddess and is cleansing us of all our sins.

Devi Brahmachaarini is the expansion of the follicle of the egg. She is often depicted as a young girl, pre-pubescent and chaste. Yet, it is this form of Devi that is filled with all-knowledge.

Often called Parvati, and Hemvati Mata, “Devi Shailputri” is a personification of the cooling aspect of the Feminine Divine. In this form, Durga Maa comes to douse the infernos on Planet Earth.

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