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Do you believe that Divine Mother bestows more favours on Her children during Navratras ? If so, why does she do so in Navratras ?

Asked by hari kishan, 29 Mar '09 07:21 pm
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Maa Shailputri : The daughter of Parvatraj Himalaya (King of the Mountain Himalaya). She married Lord Shiva and is known as mother of Lord Ganesha (The Remover of obstacles) and Kartikeya (The God of War).
Maa Brahmachaarin : She gives the message of pure love to the world.
Maa Chandraghanta : She establishes Justice. She wears the crescent moon on her head.
Maa Kushmaanda : She provides the basic necessities, and every day sustenance to the world.
Skand Maa : She gives the gift of differentiation & discrimination of right from wrong to the world.
Maa Kaatyayini : She persistently & relentlessly battles against the evil and deceitful & devious entities.
Maa Kaalratri : She killed Raktabeeja (A demon who had the power to produce a demon from every drop of blood that fell from his body. Goddess & Divine Mother eventually licked the blood before it could reach the ground and hence conquered & over powered him).
Maa Chaamunda : She killed two demons--Chanda and Munda and restore ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 29 Mar '09 07:27 pm

 
  
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Thtas the period of her turn to bless on Earth.
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 29 Mar '09 07:28 pm

 
  
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Not in Navratras, always
Answered by veeravenkata satyanarayana, 29 Mar '09 07:22 pm

 
  
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