On the fourth day of Navratri, the Mother Durga is worshiped as Mother Kushmanda Devi
Mata Kushmanda Devi is worshiped on the fourth day of Navratri as the form of Mother Durga. According to Hindu religion, the mother rides on a Lion and lives in Suryalok. Mother Kushmanda has eight arms, each having an item of significance. The eight items in every hand of the Goddess are a lotus flower, the bow, the kamandal (stoup), the Sudarshan chakra, the garland, the kamandal garland, the gada(mace) and the arrow. The mother looks beautiful and attractive. With arms and ammunition, there is an urn of nectar (Amrit) in the hands of the Mother. On the fourth day on Navratri, the Kalash is worshipped as usual to please the mother. According to Hindus, to sit in this puja, a green seat should be used, and the Mother should be worshipped by offering water, flowers and fruits to seek her blessings.
Here we mention the benefits of worshipping Mother Kushmanda Devi.
1. If someone in your family has been suffering from a long illness, then on this day you must worship Mother Kushmanda. Offer water to her, this will cure the sick person soon, and Mother will also bless them with long life.
2. On this day, the Goddess Kushmanda Devi is pleased with offerings of incense, lamp, and bhog and blesses you with your heart desired results. It is said that when the Universe did not exist, then Kushmanda Devi had created the Universe or Brahmand. Therefore, she is also called Shrusti Swaroopa or as Shakti.
3. Devotees worshipping this Goddess with octagonal arms get rid of all their diseases. Their longevity, success and strength increases. If you want to progress and succeed in life then, you must worship the Mother Kushmanda using the correct rituals and methods.
4. Mother Kushmanda takes away all the sorrows of her devotees and provides all worldly pleasures. The worship of the Mother will set every human free from misery.
Mantra of Mata Kushmanda's Aarti Worship:
Devi Kushmanda's worship is done with the chanting of this mantra - Kushmanda: Anh Hri Dewai Namah:
“Vande Vaschit Kamartha Chandaradhkritshekharam
Sinharuddha Astabhuja kusmanda yashasvineem
Surasapurnakalash, Rushiraplutameva Ch.
Dudhana hastapadabhayam Kushmanda Shubhadastu Main”
Ma Kushmanda kis Aarti
Kushmanda jai jag sukhadani
Mujh par daya karo maharani
Pingala Jalamukhi nirali
Shakambari Ma Bholi Bhali
Lakho niram nirale tere
Bhagat kai matwale tere
Bhima Parvat Par Hai Dera
Sweekaro Pranam yeh mera
Sab ki sunti ho Jagdambe
Sukh paunchati ho Ma Ambe
Tere Darshan Ka Mai Pyasa
Purna Kar Do Meri aasha
Mother ke Man maein mamata bhari
Kyon na sunegi arj hamari
Tere dar par kiya hai Dera
Door karo Ma sankat mera
Mere karaj pure kar do
Mere tum bhandare bhar do
Tera Das tujhe hi dhyaye
Chaman tere dar sheesh jhukaye
We have told you about the worship method of mother Kushmanda, aarti and mantra. After doing this, all the difficulties in your life will be taken away.
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