Navratri has a special significance in Hinduism. During this, Maa Durga is worshiped in nine forms. On the Ashtami and Navami dates of Navratri, there is a special significance of doing Kanya worship. On the day of Ashtami, girls below the age of 10 years are worshiped as goddesses. In Kanya Pujan, Maa Durga is worshiped as a reflection of the nine goddesses. Only after this the worship of the day of Navratri is considered complete. Let us know about the things related to Kanya Puja.
method of worship
In Navratri, Kanya Puja is performed on Ashtami and Navami Tithi. For this, the girl is invited a day in advance. Make the girls sit in a comfortable and clean place and after that wash their feet with your hands and take blessings by touching their feet. After this, apply tilak of Akshat and Kumkum on the forehead. Then offer food of puri, pudding, gram, kheer to these girls and give gifts according to your ability and take blessings by touching feet.
Offer food to a child in Kanya Puja. The child is considered a symbol of Batuk. Worshiping Bhairav after Goddess Puja has special significance.
importance of girl worship
The worship of Navratri is considered incomplete without the worship of girls. In the worship of Maa Durga, Havan, penance, charity are not as happy as the girl is by worshiping her. Goddess Durga is pleased by worshiping Kanya and fulfills all your wishes.
Keep these things in mind in Kanya Puja
Invite girls from 2 to 10 years old in Kanya Puja. Before worship, keep in mind that there should be cleanliness in the house. Worshiping a two-year-old girl in the scriptures removes misery and poverty. A 3-year-old girl is considered as Trimurti. Worshiping Trimurti girl brings wealth and food in the house. A four year old girl is considered Kalyani. At the same time, a five-year-old girl is called Rohini. Worshiping them removes diseases and sorrows. A six year old girl is called Kalika Roop. From Kalika form one attains knowledge and victory. Chandika to a seven year old girl. Whereas an eight year old girl is called Shambhavi. A nine year old girl is called Devi Durga and a ten year old girl is called Subhadra.
Note- The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general public interest.
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