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  • Among the Nine Durgas, Maa Shailaputri is considered to be the first manifestation of Goddess Durga. She carries the trishul and lotus in her hands. Her vehicle is Bull and Nandi. History of Goddess Shailaputi According to the narration, her birth has been described in scriptures like Shivapurana and Devi Bagvaatam Maa.

  • Brahmacharini is the second form of Navdurga. In this form, Durga is two-armed, clad in white and carries a rudraksha mala and sacred Kamandalu. She is in a highly pious and peaceful form or is in meditation. This form of Durga is related to the severe penance undertaken by Sati and Parvati in their respective births to attain Lord Shiva as husband.

  • Chandraghanta is the third form of Navadurga. In this form, Durga is 10-armed and rides a tiger. This is a terrible aspect and roaring in anger. This form of Durga is completely different from earlier forms and shows when provoked, she can be terrible or malevolent.

  • Kushmanda is the fourth manifestation of Goddess Durga. She is adored and worshipped on the fourth day of Navaratri. She dwells in the abode of Sun God. That is why her hue and splendour is as brilliant as the sun itself. It is her splendour that pervades every plant and creature of this universe. All the ten quarters are illuminated by her divine refulgence.

     

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