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On the auspicious occasion of Navratri the tableau of Chaitanya Devis was put up at Brahma Kumaris Centre.

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Apr 17, 2024
On the auspicious occasion of Navratri the tableau of Chaitanya Devis was put up at Brahma Kumaris Centre.

The eight arms of the goddess symbolize the eight powers – Adarsh Didi.

Bureau Chief Pawan Paruthi | Gwalior | On the auspicious occasion of Chaitra Navratri, a tableau of Chaitanya Devis and cultural program was organized by the Art and Culture Division of Rajyoga Education and Research Foundation, the sister organization of Prajapita Brahma Kumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya, at Prabhu Uphaar Bhawan Madhavganj. Many people visited Chaitanya Devi. In the program, center in-charge Brahma Kumari Adarsh Didi told everyone the spiritual secret of Navratri and said that the holy festival of Navratri inspires us to overcome violent tendencies. Explaining the secret of the nine goddesses, he said that the garland in the hands of the goddesses is a symbol of the remembrance of Lord Shiva.

He destroyed the vices by using the arrow in his hand i.e. the arrow of knowledge through his mouth. Similarly, lotus flower, trident, Sudarshan Chakra, sword, conch, mace etc. all these also have spiritual secrets. He also said that if the goddesses are shown as having eight arms, then it is a symbol of eight special powers. Which includes – power to face, power to decide, power to tolerate, power to cooperate, power to accommodate, power to judge, power to accommodate and power to narrow the expansion.

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1. Mother ‘Shailputri’ is worshiped on the first day of Navratri. They are shown riding his bull.

2. The second day of Navratri is of Goddess ‘Brahmacharini’, which means the one who practices penance. The basis of penance is purity.

3. Goddess is worshiped in the form of ‘Chandraghanta’ on the third day of Navratri. It is believed that due to the influence of demons, the gods became helpless and sad, then they started worshiping the goddess. As a result, Goddess Chandraghanta appeared and killed the demons and freed the gods from trouble. The goddess is shown with an hourglass shaped crescent moon on her head and holding a sword, weapons, arrows etc. in her hands.

4. Goddess is worshiped in the form of ‘Kushmanda’ on the fourth day of Navratri. Goddess is considered to be the ‘Adi Swarupa’ and ‘Adi Shakti’ of the universe, who provides knowledge of the universe by destroying the darkness spread all around in the universe. We have to take power from them and attain liberation from whatever vicious nature and sanskar we have within us by adopting a monstrous form i.e. by making a strong pledge.

5. On the fifth day of Navratri, Goddess is worshiped in the form of ‘Skanda Mata’. It is said that she is the goddess who gives knowledge. Man becomes wise only by worshiping them. It is also told that wishes are fulfilled by worshiping Skandamata. Even impossible tasks become accomplished automatically.

6. Goddess is worshiped as ‘Katyayani’ on the sixth day of Navratri. There is also a belief that this goddess was the daughter of Maharishi Katyayan, who took birth on Ashwin Krishna Chaturdashi and accepted the worship of Maharishi Katyayan for three days on Shukla Saptami, Ashtami and Navami and then killed Mahishasura on Dashami. His vehicle is shown as ‘Singh’. His four hands show a sword in the upper left hand and a lotus flower in the lower hand, which are symbols of power and purity respectively.

7. Goddess is worshiped as ‘Kalratri’ on the seventh day of Navratri. Their body color is shown as black and the hair on their head is shown as wildly scattered. Their vehicle is shown as a donkey. In Kaliyuga, the condition of an ordinary householder worsens due to adverse circumstances. When one inculcates a goddess like Kaalratri in his mind and intellect, then the goddess takes that householder out of the circumstances.

8. Goddess is worshiped as ‘Maha Gauri’ on the eighth day of Navratri. Mahagauri fulfills all the wishes of her devotees.

9. Goddess is worshiped as ‘Sidhidatri’ on the ninth day of Navratri. It has been said that this Siddhi-giving power is the one which brings welfare to the world.

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By worshiping these powers we can eliminate the distortions and evils within us. In the present Purushottam benevolent Confluence Age, the Supreme Father Shiva, the Supreme Soul, who is the benefactor of all and is the creator of the universe, is now giving power to all the souls so that they can be victorious over the evils and with the help of His power The divinity hidden within us becomes awakened.

Didi ji told that when we fast during Navratri, fasting means that we take a vow to eliminate the evils and weaknesses within us. And don’t think bad about anyone walk with a feeling of welfare of all, do good to all, give happiness to everyone and cooperate.

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On this occasion senior Ayurvedic Dr. Kamal Gupta and Nirmala Gupta present in the program also wished everyone a happy Navratri. In the programme along with Chaitanya Devi Darshan tableau children gave various cultural presentations.

In which Ms. Srishti Nandini, Navya, Devsmita, Shrestha and Pawan etc. were mainly there. Along with this, more than 200 devotees were present in the program. The stage was moderated by BK Jyoti Didi.

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