Maa Chandraghanta is the third form of Goddess Durga and is worshipped on the third day of Navratri. She wears half-moon on her forehead and is worshipped for her peaceful and calm demeanour. Her pujan during the Navratri is said to bring material well-being to the family.
As per the Hindu mythology, Maa Chandraghanta is said to bring strength and courage in her devotee’s life. Performing her puja on the third day of Navratri with vedic rituals, Prasad (especially kheer) and devotion brings peace in one’s life. The Goddess is the ruler of the planet Shukra, which means performing her Pujan can bring down the ill effects of shukra in your astrological chart.
Benefits of Maa Chandraghanta Puja
Those who perform Maa Chandraghanta Pujan during the Navratri festivals are bestowed with the following benefits:
- Worshipping her on the third day of Navratri is said to suppress the black and wicked in the life of her devotees, however, she remains gentle and peaceful towards her followers.
- Worshipping Maa Chandraghanta also opens gates to glory and fame and she takes her devotees on the path of spiritual enlightenment.
- Keeping her idol at home, which is a symbol of beauty and bravery, brings strength and keeps the negative energies away. Thus, repelling all the troubles from her devotee’s life.