Navratri 2022 Day 3: Date, Colour, Maa Chandraghanta Puja Vidhi, Shubh Muhurat, Mantra, Bhog and Significance

SHARDIYA NAVRATRI 2022: Navratri, the auspicious nine-day lengthy pageant is well known with lots of pomp and grandeur throughout the nation. The Hindu pageant worships the 9 incarnations of Goddess Durga for 9 days. This yr on the third day of Navratri, devotees will worship Goddess Chandraghanta in Shukla Tritiya on September 28. She is the third type of Goddess Durga. She is called Maa Chandraghanta as she adorns her brow with a half-moon that appears like a bell.

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She mounts on a tigress and carries Trishul, Gada, Sword and Kamandal in her 4 left palms and Lotus, Arrow, Dhanush and Japa Mala in her 4 proper palms. It’s mentioned that her fifth left hand is in Varada Mudra, and her fifth proper hand is in Abhaya Mudra.

Watch Maa Chandraghanta Video Tweeted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi Earlier:

Puja vidhi

  1. The puja begins by bathing the idol of Goddess Chandraghanta in Kesar (saffron), Ganga Jal (holy water) and Kewra (floral water) and putting it on a picket desk.
  2. After this, drape her in golden-coloured garments and provide her yellow flowers, lotus, sweets, panchamrit and mishri.

Navratri 2022 Day 3 Color: Royal Blue

The color blue represents richness and tranquillity.

Navratri 2022: This yr on the third day of Navratri, devotees will worship Goddess Chandraghanta in Shukla Tritiya on September 28. (Consultant picture: Shutterstock)

Mantra

Om Devi Chandraghantayai Namah॥

Shubh Muhurat

In keeping with Drik Panchang, auspicious timings will start at 02:28 am (Sept 28) and can finish at 01:27 am (Sept 29). The auspicious timing for Brahma Muhurta begins at 04:36 am and ends at 05:24 am. The inauspicious timing for Rahu Kalam is from 03:12 pm until 04:42 pm

Significance

The third type of Goddess Parvati is peaceable. On this kind, the Goddess is prepared for struggle with all her weapons. In keeping with Hindu scripts, it’s believed that the sound of the moon bell on her brow expels all evil spirits away from her devotees.

Bhog to supply to Goddess Chandraghanta

For bhog, you’ll be able to provide the goddess kheer made from milk and makhana. You may additionally provide fruits and coconut with its husk.

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