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    What to offer (Bhog) Goddess Durga during the nine days of Navratri?


    Category: Religious | Posted :Thursday, March 12, 2015

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    What to offer (Bhog) Goddess Durga during the nine days of Navratri?

    During Navratri, devotees offer many items to Goddess Durga as per their desire. However, Hindu epics mentioned that specified item should be offered to the  nine forms of Goddess Durga during the nine days. These offerings should be later distributed among the poor and the needy.

    There is a believe that if anyone offers the following items with utmost devotion, then all his desires will be fulfilled.

    Offerings to Goddess Shailputri

    On the first day of Navratri, ShailputriShailputriShailputri
    Almighty Durga is glorified with name 'Shailputri' as her first form...
    is worshipped and pure ghee is offered at her foot. Pleased with the offering made to her, she blesses her devotees healthy & blissful life.

    Offering To Goddess Brahmacharini

    On the second day, BrahmachariniBrahmachariniBrahmacharini
    The name ‘Brahmacharini’ is a compound of two words i.e., ‘Brahma’...
    is worshipped. People  keep fast and offer sugar to the deity. Pleased with the offering, she  blesses her devotees with long life.

    Offering To Goddess Chandrghanta

    On the third day, Chandraghant is worshipped. People keep fast & offer milk to the deity. Pleased with the offering, she blesses her devotees to get rid of all miseries of life and lead happier & peaceful life.

    Offering To Goddess Kushmanda

    On the fourth day, Kathmanda is worshipped & Offer Malpua It is a sweet pancake made up of bananas, coconut, flour, water and milk. It is very popular in Rajasthan, West Bengal, Odisha and Maharashtrato the deity. Pleased with the offering Goddess eradicate all the fear and bless her devotees with the improved decision making power. After offering to the goddess it is auspicious, if it is distributed in the temples as the sacrament.

    Offering To Goddess Skandmata


    On the fifth day, Skandmata is worshipped & bananas are offered to the deity. Pleased with the offerings Goddess ensures good physique.

    Offering To Goddess KatyayaniKatyayaniKatyayani
    Katyayani is the sixth among the Navadurga – the nine supreme forms of Devi...


     On the sixth day, Katyayani is worshipped & honey is offered to the deity. Pleased with the offering of her devotees Goddess helps in  improving  their personality.

     
    Offerings to  Goddess Kaalratri

    On the seventh day, Kaalratri is worshipped  & items made of jaggery are offered to the deity. Pleased with the offerings made by her devotees by improving their financial status.

    Offerings to Goddess Mahagauri

    On the eight day, Mahagauri is worshipped & coconut is offered. Pleased with the devotion, Goddess bless the childless couple with a child.

    Offerings to Goddess Siddhidatri

    On the ninth day, SiddhidatriSiddhidatriSiddhidatri
    Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Durga worshiped...
    is worshipped & Til or grains  are offered to her. Pleased with the devotion, she blesses her devotees that she would protect them from any unlikely incident or untimely death.

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