Navaratri and Durga Mantras for Adoring the Divine Cosmic Power
Sri Amit Ray explains the significance of Navarati and the Ya devi sarvabhuteshu, Durga mantra. These are the ways to transform the negative energies into positive energies and bringing happiness and prosperity in life.
Navarati is the nine nights festival, celebrated in the autumn every year across India. Goddess Durga is worshiped during these nine days. The celebration starts on the new moon day around autumn equinox in the month of September-October and it continued for nine nights (ten days). In this year it is starting from toady. It is the time to adore, to connect and to awaken the divine cosmic energy.
Durga the Goddess of Positive Energy
Devi Durga is the Goddess of self-confidence, enthusiasm and positive energy. Goddess Durga is the combined energy of MahaParvati, MahaLakshmi and MahaSaraswati. Here the word Maha means greatest. Prvati means daughter of mountain. Like mountain, Goddess Durga is the giver of strength – physical strength, mental strength and spiritual strength. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, good luck, abundance and prosperity. Goddess Durga is the giver of wealth, abundance and good luck. Saraswati is the goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning. Goddess Durga is the giver of wisdom, knowledge and high culture.