Mata Chandraghanta is the third of the nine forms of Durga. Goddess Chandraghanta Devi is worshiped and worshiped on the third day of the festival of Navratri. All the devotees worship and worship Chandraghanta on this day. On this day the mind of the seeker enters the 'Manipur' chakra.
By the grace of this goddess, the seeker gets the vision of supernatural things. Divine fragrances are experienced and various sounds are heard.
This form of Goddess is considered to be the ultimate peacemaker and welfare. Mother has an Ghanta-shaped crescent in her head, that is why she is called Chandraghanta Devi. Their body color is as bright as gold and has ten hands. In his ten hands, weapons like knives and arrows are adorned. The lion is his conveyance. Their currency is to be ready for war. The tyrannical demons and demons keep trembling at the mere sound of Chandraghanta Mata.
Worshiping this goddess develops valor and fearlessness in the seeker as well as gentleness and humility. That is why we should worship and worship the Chandraghanta by taking refuge in Chandraghanta by purifying our mind, word and deed as well as our actions according to the prescribed law and order. By this, one can easily become an officer of the supreme status by getting rid of all the troubles. Chandraghanta Devi is the benefactor.
Oṃ Devī Chandraghantaye Namaḥ
Pindaj Pravarārudha Chandakopastrakairyutā Prasādam Tanute Mahyām Chandraghanteti Vishrutā.
Ya Devi Sarvabhooteshu Maa Candraghanta Rupen Sansthita |
Namasthai Namastasai Namastasai Namo Namah: ||
Meaning: O mother! Everywhere and famous Ambe as Chandraghanta, you have repeatedly salute. Or I salute you repeatedly. Hey mother, give me salvation from all sins.