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Mata Kushmanda, the fourth form of the mother, is worshiped on the fourth day of Navratri. According to religious beliefs, it was Mother Kushmanda who created the universe. He is considered to be the original form of creation, the Adi Shakti. Maa Kushmanda lives in the inner world of the solar system. The radiance of the mother's body is similar to that of the sun and all directions are being illuminated by her radiance and light. Maa Kushmanda has eight arms. Mother is also known as Ashtabhuja Devi. In her seven hands, she has kamandala, bow, arrow, lotus-flower, nectar-filled urn, chakra, and mace are held. On the eighth hand, there is a japamala. Mother rides a lion.
This temple of Goddess Kushmanda was built by the Queen of Bengal in the 18th century and is known for granting wishes and prosperity
First of all worship the Kalash and the deity present in it. Then other deities should be worshipped, after worshiping them, start worshiping Goddess Kushmanda. On this day one should wake up early in the morning and take a bath and worship the goddess with flowers in her hands.
Maa Kushmanda Mantras
- After meditating on Maa Kushmanda, offer her incense, scent, intact, red flowers, white potpourri, fruits, dry fruits, and good luck.
- After this, offer halwa and curd to Mother Kushmanda. You can then take it as prasad.
- Take maximum care of the mother goddess.
- At the end of the puja, perform the aarti of the goddess.
Om Devi Kushmandayai Namah
Om Devi Kushmandayayi Namah Suraasampoorna Kalasham Rudhiraaplutamev Cha
Dadhaanaa Hastpadmaabhyaam Kushmanda Shubhdaastu Me
Maa Kushmanda Prarthna
Surasampurna Kalasham Rudhiraplutameva Cha
Dadhana Hastapadmabhyam Kushmanda Shubhadastu Me
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