Divine puja's during Navratri
Hindu Mythology classics like Shrimad Devi Bhagwat and Shri Durgasaptshati profusely mentions the significance of Devi puja during the Navratri. According to Surya Puraan, the one who worships Goddess during this period is blessed with all kinds of virtues and all his sins are forgiven.
In Shiv Puraan talking about importance of Goddess, Lord Shiva says that he is Shav(meaning Dead) without the powers of Shakti (his wife and the ultimate source of energy). In other words, we can say that even God is motionless, absolutely changeless without the divine support of Maa Durga.
On the first three days, the Mother is invoked as powerful force called Durga in order to destroy all our impurities, vices and defects. The next three days, the Mother is adored as a giver of spiritual wealth- Lakshmi who is considered to have the power of bestowing on her devotees the inexhaustible wealth. The final set of three days is spent in worshipping the mother as the goddess of wisdom, Saraswati. In order have all-round success in life, we need the blessings of all three aspects of the divine mother; hence, the worship for nine nights.
Astrospeak, keeping in mind the need of its clients has organised Durga Saptshati path and Homa during Navratri. Durga Saptasati consists of 13 Chapters and more than 700 slokas or mantras. Reading of these shloka's is known as Durga Saptshati path. On the 9th day Homa or yagna is performed. This ritual is believed to be very effective in blessing individual's with desired boons
These Puja's can be performed for following reasons -
• For attainment of happiness, health, wealth and overall prosperity in life.
• For attaining self confidence, right and active decision making.
• To overcome obstructions, troubles, enemies.
• Those who face problems on account of nightmares or supernatural problems.
• Students who are not able to do well academically.
• Those who suffer from diseases of Lungs, Eyes pain, Skin Disease & Body Ache
During Navratri the path will be performed by able and learned priests in strict accordance with Vedic rituals as prescribed in classics. The schedule for path is as follows
Navratri Day 1 - April 11, 2013 - Ghatsthapana-Shailputri Pujan
Navratri Day 2 -April 12, 2013 - Chandra Darshan- Brahmchrini Pujan
Navratri Day 3 -April 13, 2013 - Sindoor Tritiya-Varad Vinayak Chauth- Kushmanda Pujan
Navratri Day 4 -April 14, 2013 - Upang Lalita Vrat- Skandmata Pujan
Navratri Day 5 -April 15, 2013 - Saraswati Awahan- Katyayani Pujan
Navratri Day 6 -April 16, 2013 - Saraswathi Puja - Kaal Ratri Pujan
Navratri Day 7 -April 17, 2013 - Saraswathi Puja ends - Mahagauri pujan
Navratri Day 8 -April 19, 2013 - Saraswati Visarjan - Mahanavami
The Puja rituals are performed by learned priests in strict accordance with Vedic rituals.
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