Published On : September 28, 2021  |  Author : Astrologer Umesh
Goddess Brahmacharini

Who Is Goddess Brahmacharini?

Know About Maa Brahmacharini: Goddess Brahmacharini is the second divine manifestation of Mata Durga and is very popular divine being who blesses her devotees an abundant peace and prosperity, along with a life of everlasting growth and happiness. The name of the deity is taken with reverence, and on special occasions such as Navratri, she is worshipped as the second divine form of Goddess Durga. In other words, the worship of Mata Brahmacharini starts on the second day of Navratri, also known as a festival of the nine divine nights of Navdurga. Mata Brahmacharini appears as a divine being clad in white clothes, holding a beaded rosary in her right hand, andkamandal in her left hand.

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The Legend Associated With Mata Brahmacharini

The origin of Goddess Brahmacharini is rooted in different versions of tales from various mythological sources. One of such tales is associated with Mata Parvati when she resolved to marry none other than lord Shiva. Parvati’s parents tried to dissuade her from following her wish but Parvati had already made her mind and so, she sat on meditation for thousands of years until Lord Shiva became pleased with her determination and tenacity. Meanwhile, an incident also took place involving lord Kamadeva. He was requested by gods to lure Lord Shiva into liking Parvati. The gods devised this plan to wake up lord Shiva from his deep meditation so that he could kill a demon named Tarkasur who was protected by a boon of immortality until Lord Shiva killed him.

Unfortunately, the trick of lord Kamadeva didn’t work and in resulting effect, he was burnt to ashes by the third eye of Lord Shiva as a punishment of his audacity to disturb Shiva’s meditation. So, Parvati didn’t feel hopeless at the sudden turn of event, and kept attempting to win back Shiva. For this, she chose to live in the mountain abode of Lord Shiva and did all activities that Shiva did. Her ascetic pursuit and dedication was later interpreted as the deed of goddess Brahmacharini. The same virtue melted the heart of Shiva for Parvati. However, Shiva thought to test Parvati’s resolve one more time and met her in disguised form and tried to dissuade her from marrying Shiva but in vain. Suddenly, a demonnamed Prachandasur, with his army of demons, attacked Parvati who was just close to completing her tapasya. To rescue her, goddess Lakshmi and goddess Saraswati both joined in the fight against the demons. The fight between goddesses and demons continued for several days until water-filled kamandal/utensil kept near to meditative Parvati fell. The water took the form of dangerous deluge and washed away the army of demons. Prachandasur, the last one standing to be defeated burned to ashes by the third eye of Parvati. Such divine power she earned through years of meditation and eventually she was known as Devi Parvati. Lord Shiva accepted her as his wife. So, the name Brahmacharini is symbolic of bachelorhood and the white color signifies purity. We offer Durga Puja that contains positive solution for anything miserable you may experience in your life. Consult us for more details.

Benefits Of Worshipping Mata Brahmacharini

  • Removes malignant cosmic effects and keeps inflow of positive energy in one’s life.
  • Devotees get the divine blessing of goddess Brahmacharini for happiness and good fortunes in their lives.
  • Worship of Mata Brahmacharini on Navratri helps in the attainment of peaceful living experience.
  • One gets prosperity
  • Success in certain pursuit like academic or career happens.

Conclusively, Mata Brahmacharini is one of the most popular divine beings worshipped by countless devotees. Her worship during Navratri is considered more sacred, and blesses her devotees with enormous health and wealth.

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