Nine Goddess of Navratri (Navdurga)
Nine Goddess of Navratri are also known as Navdurga, it is one of the most important festivals of Hindus in India. It is celebrated for a period of nine days with enthusiasm and immense zeal all over the country. The procedure of worshiping the goddess may vary from state to state but the ultimate meaning is to worship the goddess of power and seek her protection from any kind of natural calamities or any other kind of threat.
Navratri is separated into set of three days. These sets are made to worship different facets of the supreme goddess. In first three days, Goddess Durga is worshiped for her supreme powerful force and meant for our defects, evil and contaminations. On the next three days, Goddess Laxmi is worshiped for showering her blessings of never ending wealth.
In last three days, Goddess Saraswati is worshiped as the goddess of wisdom. The goddess of Navratri is also worshiped under various names on these nine days.
Our holy sculptures say that one can realize the self through sadhana, satsang, and seva. These nine days are the perfect opportunity to dive into the sea of eternal positive spiritual energy and find a better yourself.