Navratri – Nine days to which Hindus devote completely to nine forms of Goddess Durga. These nine days are not only special for vedic pujas of Maa durga but also for accomplishment in Tantrik Kriyas and Black Magic such as Vashikaran, Muthkarni, Uchatan, Videshan, Tona-Totka etc.

 

Nine forms of Maa Durga and importance of each forms for performing Vashikaran and Tantra-Mantra is explained below in detail:-

1. Maa Shailputri – Goddess Shailputri is worshipped on first day of Navratri and she is also known as Hemavati and Parvati and is known to be married to Lord Shiva. Shail means peak of mountain, therefore, it is believed that tantrik energies are at peak on this day. Tantriks and spiritual healers prefer this day to attain the tantrik shakti/spiritual powers.

2. Maa Brahmacharini – Goddess Brahamcharini is known as devi of Jaap Tap which means showing complete devotion toward the person you love. This Goddess is known to undergo severe penance to get Lord Shiva as her husband.

3. Maa Chandraghanta – This form of Goddess Durga is extremely peaceful and welfare. On her head there is an hourly shaped half-moon, for this reason she is called Chandraghanta Devi. The color of his body is as bright as gold. She has ten hands. In their ten hands, weapons and arrows, such as khadas, weapons and arrows are vested. The lion is her conveyance. She is depicted as always ready to fight the evil.

With the grace of Goddess Chandhghanta, all sins and obstacles of the seeker are destroyed. Their worship is currently fruitful. Mother tempts the suffering of devotees soon. His worshiper becomes mighty and fearless like a lion. His hours of sound always protect his devotees from the spirit of self-control. The sound of this hour gets noticed for protecting the refugees after meditating on them.

The nature of the mother is very mild and peaceful. With the development of heroism and valor, along with their heroism, the development of softness and humility leads to the increase of Kanti-qualities in the face, the eye, and the whole work. In the tone the divine, supernatural melody is included. People of Lord Chandhangta and devotees wherever they go, people see peace and happiness.

The invisible radiation of the divine luminous atoms from the mother’s conscious body keeps on being invisible. This divine action does not show up with simple eyes, but the seekers and those who come in contact with him continue to experience this experience.

4. Maa Kushmanda –

On the fourth day of Navratri-worship, worship of Kushmandra Devi is worshiped only. On this day the mind of the seeker is located in the ‘Adahat’ cycle. Therefore, on this day, he should take the form of Kushmandra Devi in the form of worship and worship with a very holy and priceless mind.

When the universe did not exist, then that goddess had created the universe. Therefore, this is the form of Adi-Swaroop, Adishakti of the universe. Their residence lies in the people within the Sun. There is only the ability and power to live there. The brilliance and effect of their body also are as spectacular as the Sun.

Their brightness and light are publishing ten directions. All objects and creatures in the universe are shadowy of them. Mother has eight arms. Hence, they are also known as Ashtabhuja Devi. In their seven hands, respectively, Kundalas, bow, arrows, lotus flowers, amrit karnas, chakras and mace. The eighth hand is a charioteer giving all the accomplishments and funds. The lion is his conveyance.

5. Maa Skandmata – The fifth day of Navaratri is the day of worship of Skandamata. The Goddess who opens the door of salvation is the ultimate happiness. Goddess fulfills all the wishes of her devotees.

6. Maa Katyayani – Traditionally Maa Katyayani is associated with “red” like goddess Durga. Goddess Katyayani is worshiped in the 6th day of Navaratri festival. On that day the seeker’s mind is located in the ‘order’ cycle. In Yogasadhana, this mandatory cycle is very important place. A seeker of the mind located in this cycle gives his request at the feet of Devi Katyani. Such devotees who have perfect self-sacrifice receive the Devi’s philosophy with instinct.

7. Maa Kalratri –

On the seventh day of Navratri, the Kala-raita form of Goddess Durga is worshiped. According to the scriptures, the mother had created this form with her sharpness to save the earth from evil forces and prevent spread of sin.
The seventh form of Durga ji is Kalaratri. Due to his being black, he was called Kalratri and Goddess Durga had created them by his own speed to kill the blood of the kings of Asur. Due to their good fortune, Pooja is also called ‘Shubhankari’.

It is believed that after worshiping Mata Kalratri, man attains all the accomplishments. Mata Kalratri is very famous among the people who practice sadhakaktan (black magic). Due to the devotion of the mother, the wicked are destroyed and the obstacles of the planet are dispelled.

8. Maa Mahagauri – The name of the eighth power of Mother Durgaji is Mahagauri. Durgapuja’s eighth day is the law of worship of Mahagauri. Their strength is unfailing and presently fruitful. By worshiping them all devotees are washed away, even pre-existing sins are destroyed. In the future, there will never be any sin, anger and misery. He possesses all kinds of holy and renewable virtues.

9. Maa Siddhidatri – The name of Ninth power of Mother Durgaji is Siddhidadri. This is proven to give all kinds of attainments. They are worshiped on the ninth day of Navratri worship. On this day, the seeker who practices sadhana with classical law and full allegiance gets all the achievements. Nothing in the universe remains inaccessible to him. It has the power to achieve complete victory over the universe.