The seventh day of Navratri is celebrated by the worship of Mother Kalaratri. On the seventh day of Navaratri, Goddess Durga is worshipped as Kalaratri. The puja of Maa Kalaratri opens the door to all the spiritual accomplishments of the Universe. Devi Kalaratri is an amalgam many forms like Mahakali, Bhadrakali, Bhairavi, Mrityu, Rudraani, Chamunda, Chandi and Durga. She is also famous with the name of Roudri and Dhumorna Devi. Let us tell you about the nature of Mother Kalaratri, the worship method of pleasing Mother, meditation psalm, armour and her Aarti. Any seeker doing this with a true heart will never have any problem. The first puja of Mother Kalaratri is Standard while the other is using the Tantric system. Midnight is considered to be the best time for the worship of Mother Kali. In their worship, red and black objects are used. Mother is pleased with the worship of her devotees and protects them from their enemies.
According to the scriptures, Goddess Kalatratri is the destroyer of sinners and demons have a great fear of her. Mother blesses her devotees with all their desired wishes. The colour of Goddess Kalaratri is black, which becomes even darker during Amavas nights or new moon nights. Demons also start shaking with fear of such a black Kalaratri. Even after being black, she has a bright and wonderful look.
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Karal vandana dhroam Muktakeshi chaturbhujam,
Kalaratrin Karlinka Divyan Vidyumala Vibhushitham||
Divya lauhavajra Khadag vamoghodavra karambhujam,
Abhayan Varadan Chava Dakshinodhavgh: Parnikam Mam||
Mahamegh Prabhan Shyama Taksha Chava Gardabharuda,
Ghordansha Karallasyam Peenota payodharam||
Sukh Paprasnna Vadana Smerann Saroruham,
Aivam Sachiyantayet kalatrati sarvakam samriddhadam||
Ya Devi Sarvabhuteeshu Ma Kalaratri Rupen Sanstitha,
Namasye Namstasye Namatasye Namo Namah||
Ek vedi japakarnapura nagna kharashitha,
Lambosthi Karnakakani Tailabhyaktashareerini||
Vardhamudradvaja Krushna Kalaratribrayankari||
He Kalaratri shri karli cha kalikalyan kalavati,
Kalamata Kalidarpadhani Kamdeesh Krupavanta||
Kambejjapanda Kambija swaroopini,
Kumtighani kuleentrinashini kul Kamini||
Kali He Shri manvantrun kalakantakghatini,
Krupamayi kupadhara krupagma||
Devi Kalaratri ke kavach,
Un kali men hridya patu padou srikalaratri||
Lalate satan patu tushtagraha nivarini.
Tipniya rashna patu kaumari, bhairavi chakshushobhram,
Katao prushte Maheshani, Karnoshankarbhamini||
Varjitani tu stanabhi yani ch kavachen hi,
Tani sarvani devisattanpatu stambhini||
Kal ke muh se bachane vali.
Dushta sangharak nam tumhara,
Mahachandi Tera Avatar.
Prithvi aur akash pe sara,
Mahakali hai tera pasara.
Khaad Khaper rakhne vali,
Duston ka lahu chakhne vali.
Kalkatta stan tumhara.
Sab jagah dekhun tumhara nazara.
Sabhi devta sab nar-nari,
Gaven stuthi sabhi tumhari.
Rakhtadanta aur Annapurna,
Krupa kare to koi dukha na.
Na koi chinta rahe bimari,
Na koi gham na sankat bhari.
Usper kabhi kashta na ave,
Mahakali Ma jise bachave.
Tub hi bhakt prem se kah,
Kalratri Ma teri jai.
We have mentioned the procedure for the worship of Maa Kalaratri, her Psalm and mantras. By reciting these chants, all desires are fulfilled. Mother is pleased with the true devotion of her devotees and gives them the desired results.
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