8th Day of Navratri: Navratri Mahashtami puja method and its importance


8th day of Navratri: Worship Maa Mahagauri on the eighth day of Navratri. Know the worship and its method tomorrow and at the auspicious time. Know the method of Maa Kanya Puja and its benefits.

What is the 8th day of Navratri?

The worship of the eighth day reflects the basic essence of the Goddess and also shows her simplicity. It is mentioned in Devi Bhagwat Purana that the nine forms and 10 education of the Goddess are all parts and forms of Adishakti but Lord Shiva found it difficult to get water in Mahagauri as his worshiper. Their power is infallible and extremely fruitful and that person becomes the possessor of Akshaya Purna who worships Mahagauri Matra in the right manner.

Kanya Puja on the day of Ashtami Tithi has its own significance.

Some people consider it appropriate to perform this puja on Navami day.

Such was the nature of the mother

According to Devi Bhagwat Purana, this white form of Mahagauri is called Gaur i.e. the form of colour and her clothes and jewellery are also white in colour. In the old hand, there is Abhay Mudra and in the lower hand, there is the symbol of Durga Shakti. The symbol of Durga Shakti is Trishul. In the upper hand of Mahagauri, there is Damru, the symbol of Shiva. Due to holding Damru, the mind is also known as Shiva. The mind remains in a very calm posture.

Mahashtami worship time in 2023

Mahashtami 2023 Auspicious Muhurta and Kanya Puja Auspicious Time Ashtami Tithi will start on 21st October at 8:23 PM and will end on 22nd October at 9:19 PM.

When will Udyapan end the Mahashtami fast?

If Ashtami Tithi ends before sunset then the fast is broken at this time when Navami Tithi ends is set for the next day and Navratri fast is broken after sunrise the next day.

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