Navratri 2022 Day 4: Date, Colour of the Day, Maa Kushmanda Puja Vidhi, Shubh Muhurat, Mantra, Bhog and Significance

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Navratri 2022 Day 4: Goddess Kushmanda is called the goddess who blesses her devotees with wealth, prosperity and well being. (Consultant picture: Shutterstock)

Shardiya Navratri 2022 Day 4: Goddess Kushmanda blesses her devotees with wealth, prosperity and well being

SHARDIYA NAVRATRI 2022: The Chaturthi Tithi or the fourth day of the auspicious 9-day Navratri competition is devoted to Goddess Kushmanda, the fourth type of the 9 incarnations of Goddess Durga worshipped throughout this era. After taking the type of Siddhidatri, Goddess Parvati resided within the heart of the Solar to steadiness the vitality and lightweight. In accordance with Hindu scriptures, Goddess Kushmanda is the creator of the Brahmand or the Universe and she or he is the supply of vitality.

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Goddess Kushmanda is called Ashtabhuja as she has eight fingers. She is called the goddess who blesses her devotees with wealth, prosperity and well being.

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

Maa Kushmanda Puja: Date and Time

The Chaturthi Tithi of Navratri will start at 1:27 AM, September 29, and finish on 12:08 AM, September 30.

Day 4 Color: Yellow

The color of the day yellow signifies pleasure and happiness.

Navratri 2022 Day 4: Goddess Kushmanda is known as the goddess who blesses her devotees with wealth, prosperity and health. (Representative image: Shutterstock)
Navratri 2022 Day 4: Goddess Kushmanda is called the goddess who blesses her devotees with wealth, prosperity and well being. (Consultant picture: Shutterstock)

Maa Kushmanda Puja Vidhi

  1. The devotees of Devi Kushmanda put on clear garments after bathing.
  2. The Goddess is then supplied shringaar samagri like sindoor, kajal, bangles, bindi, toe ring, comb, mirror, anklets, fragrance, earrings, nostril pin, necklace, crimson chunri and many others.
  3. She is worshipped with crimson flowers and plenty of devotees additionally supply Wax Gourd or Petha as a symbolic sacrifice.

Maa Kushmanda Mantra

“Om Goal Hreen Kleem Kushmandayee Namah”.

Bhog to supply to Maa Kushmanda

Malpuas, Halwa and curd, are supplied to Maa Kushmanda as prasad.

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