Goddess Maa Kushmanda Devi (Navratri 4th Day)
On the fourth day of Navratri, Ma Kushmanda is worshipped with ritualistic pujas. The term Kushmanda means the one who has created the universe. This Devi rides on a lion and has eight hands with seven deadly weapons in addition to a rosary.
Story of Ma Kushmanda
Ma Kushmanda is also called as Adishakti since she is the originator of the entire universe. She resides in the abode of sun god and hence seen in a splendorous form removing all darkness from the universe. The term Kushmanda meaning the tiny egg refers to the cosmic act of Mother Kushmanda creating the first egg of the universe from which the entire creation emerged out. She is the one who gave light to sun god himself. Her smiles send the vibrations of life, energy, bliss and hope in all directions.
Ma Kushmanda importance
Ma Kushmanda is the one who gives the direction and energy to sun god. She rules the sun and worshipping Ma Kushmanda will remove all the afflictions created by the unfavorable position of sun in the horoscope. In addition, the individual secures relief from all ailments and attains fame and status in the society.
Ma Kushmanda puja on Navratri 4th Day
The most auspicious flowers to use for Kushmanda puja is red color flowers. Worship Ma Kushmanda on the fourth day of Navratri puja. Contemplate on the effulgent form of Ma Kushmanda and do Shodasopachar puja. Pray for the welfare of the family and for attaining a high social status and conclude the puja with arati.
Navratri Fourth Day Kushmanda Mantras
Om Devi Kushmandayai Namah
Om Devi Kushmandayayi Namah Suraasampoorna Kalasham Rudhiraaplutamev Cha
Dadhaanaa Hastpadmaabhyaam Kushmanda Shubhdaastu Me
Ma Kushmanda Prarthna on Navratri 4th Day
Surasampurna Kalasham Rudhiraplutameva Cha
Dadhana Hastapadmabhyam Kushmanda Shubhadastu Me
Ma Kushmanda Stuti on Navratri 4th Day
Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Maa Kushmanda Rupena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namah
Ma Kushmanda Dhyan on Navratri 4th Day
Vande Vanchhita Kamarthe Chandrardhakritashekharam
Simharudha Ashtabhuja Kushmanda Yashasvinim
Bhaswara Bhanu Nibham Anahata Sthitam Chaturtha Durga Trinetram
Kamandalu, Chapa, Bana, Padma, Sudhakalasha, Chakra, Gada, Japawatidharam
Patambara Paridhanam Kamaniyam Mriduhasya Nanalankara Bhushitam
Manjira, Hara, Keyura, Kinkini, Ratnakundala, Manditam
Praphulla Vadanamcharu Chibukam Kanta Kapolam Tugam Kucham
Komalangi Smeramukhi Shrikanti Nimnabhi Nitambanim
Ma Kushmanda Stotra on Navratri 4th Day
Durgatinashini Tvamhi Daridradi Vinashanim
Jayamda Dhanada Kushmande Pranamamyaham
Jagatamata Jagatakatri Jagadadhara Rupanim
Charachareshwari Kushmande Pranamamyaham
Trailokyasundari Tvamhi Duhkha Shoka Nivarinim
Paramanandamayi, Kushmande Pranamamyaham
Ma Kushmanda Kavach on Navratri 4th Day
Hamsarai Mein Shira Patu Kushmande Bhavanashinim
Hasalakarim Netrecha, Hasaraushcha Lalatakam
Kaumari Patu Sarvagatre, Varahi Uttare Tatha,
Purve Patu Vaishnavi Indrani Dakshine Mama
Digvidikshu Sarvatreva Kum Bijam Sarvadavatu
Importance of fourth day Navratri puja
Ma Kushmanda puja done on the fourth day of Navratri can remove all the diseases and bestow a good health.
It will enhance the relationship with father, elders and seniors at workplace winning their favor for the individual’s progress.
The individuals are blessed with a good vision and freedom from mental afflictions combined with a good social image.
The fourth day of Navratri puja also marks the beginning of Lakshmi puja which will last for the next three days.