Auspicious results of worship:
Navratri or Durga Puja is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil. According to legend, Goddess Durga defeated the demon king Mahishasura to save the world and restore Dharma. In South India, Navratri is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana
.Day 1 : Kali Ghat Shakti Peeth
The Kalighat Temple situated in Kolkata is one of the Shakti Peethas, it is a very ancient and divine place. Kali Ghat Temple, the center of Shakti worship, is the center of Shraddha for lakhs of devotees. According to beliefs, this place in the form of Mahavidya and Shakti Peeth is a very influential place for the people associated with Shakta tradition. According to mythology, Mata's toes and thumb had fallen here at this place.
Day 2 : Kamakhya Shakti Peeth
Kamakhya Shakti Peeth, located near the Guwahati region of Assam, has been considered a place of very miraculous supernatural energies. This place comes under the category of main places for Tantra Siddhi. In Kamakhya Shakti Peeth, Goddess Sati comes at the highest position among fifty one Shaktipeeths.
Day 3 : Vaishno Devi
Vaishno Devi Temple, located on the Trikuta mountain near Katra town in Jammu, is one of the main Shakti Sthals. This is one of the ancient and very famous temples, the Vaishno form of Mata is worshiped here. According to mythological belief, the goddess had killed Bhairaunath at this place and then at this place Goddess Mahakali, Mahasaraswati and Mahalakshmi were enshrined in the form of pindis.
Day 4 : Lalita Devi Naimisharanya Shakti Peeth
The goddess is seen in a sitting posture and is said to bless his soul whenever a devotee prays to her here. In fact, reciting Lalitha Sahasrananam here is believed to be the benefit of good deeds done in previous lives. This prayer is said to have been written by divine women.
Day 5 : Mansa Devi, Haridwar
The temple is known for the holy abode of Manasa Devi, who is a form of Shakti and is said to have emerged from the mind of Lord Shiva. Manasa is believed to be the sister of the serpent (serpent) Vasuki. She is also believed to be the daughter of Lord Shiva in his human avatar.
Day 6: Jwala Ji Shakti Peeth
Jwala Ji Shakti Peeth located in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh is one of the major Shaktipeeths. Mother is always present at this place in the form of Jwala. According to mythological beliefs, it is said that the mother's tongue had fallen at this place. Even today a supernatural flame is burning at this place which has never been extinguished.
Day 7 : Chintpurni Shaktipeeth
Another Shakti Peeth located in Himachal Pradesh is known as Chintpurni. According to mythological beliefs, the feet of Mata Sati had fallen at this place, due to which this place is called the place that removes worries and everyone receives the blessings of the mother. Goddess Chintpurni is also known as Chinnamastika.
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