Maa Brahmcharini: Don’t forget to seek the blessings of the ‘Creator’
The second form of Goddess Durga is called ‘Brahmacharini‘ and she is worshiped on the second of Navratri or Duitiya day of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin. Her name is derived from the word ‘Brahma’, which means ‘Tapa’ or penance. Brahmacharini is gorgeous and has a good conduct. We observe nine forms of Maa Durga for the accomplishment of different desires. We can escape of all the sorrows and tensions by worshipping Maa Durga and get the contents.
Maa Brahmcharini has created the shashtra like mahabal and mahavidya in108 forms of Maa Durga. She is considered as the second most influential goddess. As Brahma is the founder of all Vedas and knowledge, Maa Brahmcharini represents all the Mantra and creation. She is the symbol of all knowledge in this perishable world. She holds a rosary in her right hand and Kamandalu in her left. She personifies love and loyalty. Rudraksha is her most adorned ornament.
To get all attention and blessings of Maa Durga, here is the mantra:-
YA DEVI SARVA BHUTESHU MAA BRAHMCHARINI RUPEN SANSTITHA NAMASTASYE NAMASTASYE NAMASTASYE NAMHO NAMHA
“It means to say that, ‘Hey Maa you are presents everywhere and you are famous and worshipped in the form of Maa Brahmcharini. I pray to you again and again.”
Brahmcharini, she holds a rosary in her right hand, while Kamandal in her left hand. Full of merriment, Brahmacharini is worshipped on the second day of Durga Puja. She is the symbol of the power of tapa which tells us that without doing tapa it is impossible to get any happiness or siddhi. She flows the power of tapa in the body of her devotees. This form of ‘Maa Durga’ gives lots of blessings to her devotees and they develop the feelings of patience, sacrifice, tapa, varagya, and sadachar. It is believed that on this very day we are in the Swadhishthan Chakra.
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