Navratri 2021 Day 4 And Day 5 Maa Kushmanda Skand Mata Puja Vidhi Katha Mantra Aarti

According to mythological belief, Maa Kushmanda means pot. It is believed that Mother Kushmanda had incarnated to free the world from the tyranny of the demons.

Shardiya Navratri 2021 Day 4 And Day 5 Maa Kushmanda And Skandmata Puja Vidhi, Mantra, Aarti: Shardiya Navratri will last only eight days this year because the worship of Maa Kushmanda and Skandmata will be held on the same day i.e. 10th October. On October 14, Navami will be celebrated with Kanya Pujan. Mother Kushmanda, the fourth form of Ambe Maa, removes diseases, increases life and fame. On the other hand, worshiping the fifth form of Mother Bhagwati i.e. Skandmata brings happiness and peace in the house. Kushmanda Maa has eight arms, worshiping her strengthens the Sun planet, while Skandmata also has eight arms and rides a lion. Worshiping Mother Skandmata increases honor and respect, as well as strengthens the financial side.

Worship Method: Get up before sunrise and wear clean clothes after retiring from daily work and bathing. Then clean the house of worship. Now worship the Kalash and meditate on the forms of Kushmanda and Skandmata. Then offer water and flowers to the goddess. After showing them incense, offer flowers, white kumdha, fruits, dry fruits and offer bhog. Recite Saptashati by chanting the mantras of the mother. Perform the aarti of the mother with incense-lamp. In the end “Surasampurna Kalasham Rudhiraplutmev Ch. Distribute prasad by chanting this mantra in Dadhana Hastapadmabhayam Kushmanda Shubhadastu.

Story of Kushmanda Maa: According to mythological belief, Maa Kushmanda means pot. It is believed that Mother Kushmanda had incarnated to free the world from the tyranny of the demons. This goddess came to be known by the name Kushmanda because of her slow, mild laughter that created the Anda i.e. the universe. When there was no creation and there was darkness all around, then this goddess had created the universe.

Story of Skandmata: According to mythological beliefs, there was a demon named Tarakasur, who had pleased Brahmadev with his penance. He asked Brahmadev for the boon of being immortal, but when Brahma ji explained to him that whoever is born on this earth has to die. Then he thought that Shiva ji is an ascetic, so he would never get married. So thinking this, he asked the Lord for a boon to be killed only by the son of Shiva. Brahma ji gave him this boon. Later Tarakasur started creating terror in the whole world. Tired of his tyranny, the deity approached Shiva and requested him to marry her. Then Shiva married Goddess Parvati and mother Parvati gave birth to Kartikeya. Lord Kartikeya, the son of Shiva, grew up and killed the demon Tarakasur.

mantra:

-Om Devi Kushmandayai Namah
All forms of Sarvese Sarveshakti are integrated.
Bhayabhystrahi no devi kushmandeti manostute.
– Oh my god.
-Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Skandmata Rupena Sansthita Namastasya Namastasyai Namastasya Namo Namah.
-Om Devi Skandamatai Namah॥
-Thronesnagata nityam padmanchit kardvaya.
-Good luck always Goddess Skandmata Yashaswini.

Hindu ritual of worship:
What is called the primal power, the form is octagonal.
Somewhere in the shade of this power, somewhere in the sun.

Sacrifice the pottery accepts from the tantrik.
Think more sattvik than petha

When angry, behave in reverse.
Mother keeping him away, giving immense pain
Spread the light of Sun and Moon in this world.
I came as a refugee, show me the way.

Mother of Navratras please mother
Mother of Navratras please mother

Jai Maa Kushmanda Maya.

Jai Maa Kushmanda Maya