• Significance of Placing Religious Photo Frames at Home

    Want to buy some divine gifts for your loved ones in the Diwali? Then explore the gift collection of Diviniti, the best gift shop and choose the best ones.Significance of Placing Religious Photo Frames at HomeDiviniti offers Hindu deities’ photos in different types of frames. These spiritual photo frames can be purchased from the online portal of the best gift shop. Explore the importance of the placing the photos frames of these Gods and Goddesses at home or at workplace. Continue reading

  • Rules to Follow While Buying Ganesha Idols for Gifting

    Thinking of buying an adorable yet artistic Ganesha idol from the online gift shop? Then follow these rules before making the final selection from the options.online divine giftsYou can find Ganesha idols in different sizes and in different poses in the online gift shop. You might get confused when it comes to making the final selection. But, if you are aware of certain rules and facts, your shopping can be easier and can be executed without any confusion. Want to know the rules before choosing the idol for your home and for gifting? Come, let’s look below.

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  • 4 Religious Sites to visit before the Summer Vacation ends.

    4 Religious Sites to visit before the Summer Vacation ends
    4 Religious Sites to visit before the Summer Vacation ends

    Gone are the days when summer holidays were all about playing in your granny's courtyard and having fun all day. With the fast-growing Life, playing and chilling is replaced by spending hours on PlayStation and watching Television. In this tech-friendly world, our next generation future has never faced more perilous times. It's the right time to introduce our children to the spiritual world so that they can imbibe good morals and get to know our culture better. Summer vacations are going to end soon; before it ends there is not a better time to enlighten your child to spirituality by taking them on a quick religious historical trip.

    India commonly called "the land of faith" is filled with numerous religious sites, worth going to attain spiritual enlightenment. We have brought you a selective bucket list of religious sites where you can take your children in this summer.

    Ajanta Caves

    Ajanta Caves are 29 rock-cut sculptures; it is a fine masterpiece depicting Buddhist religious art situated in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. Built around 2nd century BCE the caves represent the teachings of Gautam Buddha. Ajanta caves a UNESCO World Heritage Site would prove to be a perfect destination to introduce your children to Buddhism. It is a great learning site to visit for experiencing Buddhist culture in real.

    Timings – Ajanta caves stay open till 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

    How to reach – It is easily approachable by air, train or by road since Aurangabad is well connected to the city like Mumbai and Pune.

    Ellora Caves

    Only at the distance of hundred kilometers from Ajanta, Ellora Caves are famous for Hindu and Jain Monuments. The major attraction of this place is the Cave 16, The Kailash temple which particularly features the largest single monolithic rock excavation in the world. It is a chariot shaped Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Kailash Temple stores the depiction of hindu mythology that are found in Vaishnavism. It also gives you the visual detailed account of two Hindu Major Epics.

    Timings – Perfect time to visit is June to september as the weather remain pleasant. It stays open till 9: AM to 5:30PM.

    How to reach – Since it is near to Ajanta caves it is easily accessible by any transport means. Aurangabad is well connected to the major cities like Mumbai and Pune.

    Humpi

    Humpi is worth visiting site, it is a group of Monuments situated at the bank of Tungabhadra River. The Virupaksha temple located in Hampi dedicated to Lord Shiva is the beautiful historical site. The intriguing architecture would be the best learnings experience for children.

    Timings – 9 to 5 PM
    How to reach - The domestic airport is located at the distance of 60 KM and the nearest railhead is at the distance of 13 km.

    Elephanta Caves

    Dedicated to Hindu God Lord Shiva Elephanta Caves are unique in its own way. Situated on Elephanta Island, Maharashtra Elephanta Caves depicts a detailed account of Hindu mythology. This fabulous site gives a detailed insight about Lord Shiva and their teachings.

    Timing – All world heritage sites stays open till 9am to 5:30pm

    How to reach - Since Mumbai is the Major City you can easily reach Mumbai by taking any means of Transport. After reaching Mumbai get a taxi or local bus to reach Gateway of India and from there get a ferry to reach Elephanta Caves.

    There is nothing better than peeking into the history for learning about our culture and religious roots. Make this summer vacation a spiritual learning experience for your kids. The above religious historical sites not only educate them but also give them a glimpse of our age old spiritual world.

  • Eid Mubarak: 5 Places to Eat out in Capital on Eid-Al-Fitr

    Eid Mubarak: 5 Places to Eat out in Capital on Eid-Al-Fitr
    Eid Mubarak: 5 Places to Eat out in Capital on Eid-Al-Fitr

    I’ve been in Delhi for Five years now, and I must admit the journey so far has been pretty fantastic. Not just because of the homely feeling you experience in spite of surrounded by many different cultures on offer here, but also because of the constant surprises the city threw at me at every moment.

    No matter what faith or religion you are born in, the charm of this city gives you an opportunity to experience every culture in the best way possible. With the Joy of this holiest Month of Ramadan the city is all set to welcome the fever of Eid –Al- Fitr. The entire schedule of the city is rewired to suit Ramadan Times. The food joints work from sunset to sunrise, making sure there is an appetizing array of food all night.

    The festive time of Eid is here and I am sure many would celebrate it with family at home. But For those who are just like me a bachelor working far from home, don’t be sad, The Capital offers the best place to have a scrumptious meal on a festive day. Here are five places to enjoy!

    Jama Masjid:

    Jama Masjid undeniably tops every list when it comes to having world’s most delicious kebabs, Ghosht, Khameeri roti and all the luscious Mughlai delicacies you can think of. Eid is the best time to Visit this place.

    Try the upteem kabab points around the area and if you are not full, sit in one of the quaint restaurants which are serving the best food since ages. Al Jawahar and Karim's are both very popular in their own sphere and one should not miss their Aloo Ghosht and Mutton Stew. Don’t forget to rejoice the festivity with Shahi Tukra and Phirni at the end.

    Nizamuddin:

    To escape from the chaotic metro life, people from all walks of life visit Nizamuddin to seek solace and blessing of God. Hazrat Nizamuddin is the dargah of one of the world's most famous Sufi saints, Nizamuddin Auliya.

    Yes, this is the same dargah that is featured in our favorite song “Kun Faya Kun”.

    Nizamuddin is also a hub to city’s best Biryani and mouth-watering Kababs.

    You will also find a Kashmiri spread at Gulfam Kashmiri Wazwan where the Yakhni is a must try. Walk down the road that leads to the Dargah to find kabab and roasted chicken counters where people line up every evening. Ghalib Kabab Corner is one of the most well known of the lot.

    Al Bake:

    Anyone and everyone in Delhi knows about the amazing Shawarma at Al Bake in the Community Center Market in New Friends Colony. The place is always crowded and you may have to wait for the order, but it is totally worth it. The joint is pocket-friendly and the creamy curd chutney will have you licking your fingers.

    Raas:

    This Sufi style family restaurant in Hauz Khas Village is new but the serene ambiance is perfect for a family. Must have dishes are Galuoti Kabab, Raas Chicken Tikka, Kashmiri Gucchi Shorba and Lahori Mutton among others.

    Hyderabad House:

    If we talk about Eid special food how can we miss Hyderabadi cuisine, Hyderabad house has some beautiful Kheema Lukmi (Mutton puffs) and Biryani but the specialty of this place is the Haleem. It is as close to the authentic Hyderabadi Haleem as you can have in Delhi. But do try the Qubani Ka Mitha - an apricot based dessert.

  • Everything you need to know about the Holy Month of Ramadan

    Everything you need to know about the Holy Month of Ramadan

    Everything you need to know about the Holy Month of Ramadan
    Holy Month of Ramadan

    Ramadan entitled as the Ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The term Ramadan literally means the intense heat of the sun in Arabic. It was recognized as a Holiest Month for Muslims after the Quran was discovered to the Prophet Muhammad on the holy event known as Laylat al-Qadr, commonly deciphered as “the Night of Power. The completion of Ramadan is noticeable on the day of Eid ul-Fitr, which happens either 29 or 30 days after the beginning of this holy month. On Eid ul-Fitr, People do morning prayers which are followed by grand feasting and celebration with family and friends. In general, Ramadan is practiced to purify oneself from the sins, which are counter to Islam. By getting rid of materialistic desires, one is able to devote his mind and soul in the service of God.

     Everything you need to know about the Holy Month of Ramadan Everything you need to know about the Holy Month of Ramadan

    But what Ramadan actually means, exactly? And how can we make sure that we don't unintentionally upset our Muslim friends during Ramadan celebrations?

    Well don’t worry we have got you everything you need to know about Ramadan.

    Why is Ramadan Celebrated? Why is Ramadan Celebrated?

    Why is Muslims Ramadan is the holiest month of the year. It is believed that it was during this month Allah revealed the initial verses of Quran, Islam’s sacred manuscript to Prophet Mohammad on the night which is popularly known as “The Night of Power”.

    The Prophet Mohammad said, “When the month of Ramadan begins, the heaven opens its door and the door of hell gets closed chaining all the evils in it.”In the duration of this entire month, Muslims observe fast “Roja” every day from dawn to dusk. This meant to be the time of spiritual e, a deep contemplation of one’s connection with the Almighty. Ramadan also encourage upon the charity and the intense study of Quran.

    If you think Ramadan is serious and boring affair, then you are wrong. There is more to this holy festival. Ramadan is a time of celebration and joy, to be spent with your family and friends. People celebrate the end of Ramadan month with the three day grand festival called as Eid al-Fitr. It’s the biggest festival of Muslim where everyone come together for grand meals with friends and loved ones, give gifts and have a wonderful time. Regardless of the hard and strict fasting for a whole month, Muslims actually look forward to Ramadan and feel sad when it's over.

    What are the daily fasting requirements? What are the daily fasting requirements?

    What are the daily fasting requirements?

    Observing Fast during Ramadan is one five rituals of Islam one needs to follow, along with devotion to God, prayer, charity, and a pilgrimage to Mecca Medina. All Muslims had to follow these duties every year, although there are special relaxation for those who are ill, pregnant or nursing, traveling and those who are underage and senior citizens.

    The main aim of fasting is to remind you of your humanly dependency on God for sustenance. If you’ll know what it feel like to be hungry and thirsty so you’ll be able to empathies with the poor and needy people.

    What are the daily fasting requirements? What are the daily fasting requirements?

    It also ensures that you stay focused and fully devoted to God rather distracting by worldly needs. One needs to refrain from eating food, drinking, smoking and engaging in sexual activity.

    Significance of Charity

    Charity is the most integral part of Ramadan. During Ramadan, Muslim communities work together to raise money for the one who need it, they donate clothes, food, and other essential to the poors. Holding huge dinners for common public is also a part of charity. Observing fast accentuate altruism and this experience of hunger nurture in empathy with the hungry.

    Eid ul Fitr Eid ul Fitr

    Eid ul Fitr

    The conclusion of Ramadan is marked by Eid-al-Fitr, a huge festival to celebrate the end of the fasting. The festivity begins as soon as the new moon is sighted in the sky. They celebrate this day by wearing brand new cloths; attend large processions, exchange gifts and have large meals. It is must to contribute a specific amount to charity so that the needy people can also enjoy this festival.

    Eid ul Fitr is also measured as occasion of worship. Muslims praise Allah (God) for giving them strength and opportunity to get through the month, and ask for mercy for the sins they’ve committed.

  • The 7 Most Misunderstood Facts About Lord Shiva

    The 7 Most Misunderstood Facts About Lord Shiva The 7 Most Misunderstood Facts About Lord Shiva

    कर्पूरगौरं करुणावतारं संसारसारं भुजगेन्द्रहारम्।

    सदा बसन्तं हृदयारबिन्दे भबं भवानीसहितं नमामि।।

    In the praise of Lord Vishnu
    during Shiva and Shakti together’.

    The Supreme in; "Tri Dev” Lord Shiva is popularly known as Mahadev. Shiva is the ultimate
    reality. He is the creator, preserver and the destroyer of the world. He is the utmost Being who
    upholds this universe together. With no rules and regulations Lord Shiva is the easiest one to
    please, you don’t need to do fancy rituals and pooja to get the attention of this Divine God. His
    exceptional appearance makes him one of a kind. This uniqueness at times misinterpreted by people.
    Have a look to these 7 most misunderstood facts about Lord Shiva.

    1. Truth about Shiv-Linga

    Shiva Linga doesn’t not represent Shiva’s genitals or any nuclear plant. It is a complete myth that spread
    like fire. Shiva- Linga actually symbolizes the infinity. An Infinite being of Lord Shiva, it means he has no
    beginning and no end. Our souls signify as the light and this whole universe that begins and end in it
    with ease. Shiva lingam is a symbol of energy that is responsible for the formation and destruction of
    this universe.

    2. Shiva’s third eye is a source of annihilation

    One of the iconographical features that set lord Shiva distant is his third eye. It is believed that Shiva’s
    third eye is merely a destruction tool. But it’s not true Mahadev “Tri-Netr” signifies the future. He is
    visioned as the lord of the past present and the future. It represents spiritual wisdom and power. Many
    people assume that this Third eye of Shiva opens up when Lord Shiva is in the state of rage. When you
    dig deep you will find that it represent power that protect the good from the bad.

    3. Lord Shiva stays intoxicated all the time

    Being the most chilled out and coolest God ever, Shiva is famous for consuming intoxicating substances.
    Many posters and paintings picture him smoking ganja and consuming Bhang. In reality Shiva did not
    use substances – he is the substance itself. Mahadev is an Adiyogi his yog nidra reflects his high
    state of mind. Anybody can get high by meditation, because the substance is not external – the
    substance is within. Bholenath is known for accepting all the pure and impurities of the world.
    He accepts every which their devotees offers him. That’s what makes him the most approachable
    God in the world.

    4. Lord Shiva’s Tandavam is a Dance of Destruction

    Do you Know Lord Shiva’s tandava is the core foundation of origin of all the dance forms on the
    earth. Shiva’s Tandava is considered as the source of cycle of Creation, preservance and
    destruction of the Universe. Often portray in the form of a Nataraja, the dancing form of Lord
    Shiva, he is the God of dance. Shiv Tandavam is not just a dance of Destruction. His Anand
    Tandavam represents his happy state which is known for spreading joy in the world. Mahadev
    only perform Rudra tandav when he feels the evil is taking over the world and in order to re-
    establish peace and harmony he performs rudra tandav to destroy the evil. So, the next time
    any natural hazard occurs, you will know the Man behind it.

    5. A Vairagi Who has a Family

    It is hard to believe that a God of hot temper and strange lifestyle could be a Maha Yogi. Lord
    Shiva lives his life as Vairagi. Being beyond all worldly desires yet he is an full fledge Family Man.
    His marital life by no means came in between him and his responsibility as the utmost caretaker
    of us all. Shiva’s married Devi Parwati “Adi Shakti”, their Wedding day is widely celebrated in
    India as Maha Shivratri.

    6. Lord Shiva is the angriest God in all Dieties

    We are very much well aware about the fact that when Mahadev gets angry, his “Roudra roop”
    can burn down the entire Universe into ashes. But, very few people know that he is the most
    innocent God. He is the easiest to please. His childlike figure is beyond all the worldy malice.
    Hence that’s he is called Bholenath as well.

    7. Lord Shiva is the God beyond Good and Evil

    Lord Shiva is the God of Good and Evil. With his compassion and boon, he does not
    discriminate between his devotees. He treats all his devotees equally. Lord Shiva is worshiped
    by “Devas” and “Asuras” and by Ghost and Goblins as well.

  • Mysterious Facts about Kailash Mansrover you might not know

    Mysterious Facts about Kailash Mansrover you might not know Mysterious Facts about Kailash Mansrover you might not know

    Yatra to Kailash Mansrovar is perhaps a dream of every Shiva Bhakt. Whether you belong to Hindu Jain or Buddhist religion, it is sacred shrine that is worshiped by four religions. Mount Kailash is a holy peak of the Mighty God Lord Shiva. Situated at an altitude of 22,028 ft high above the sea level, this mystical Mountain is located in the western Tibetan plateau of the Great Himalayan Mountain Range.

    Abode of Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati, it is believed that Mahadev resides on the top of the Mountain in a state of Meditation, thus this peak is regarded as the ultimate holy destination for attaining spiritual wisdom and salvation. According to the religious emotions that are associated with this holy mountain, it is said that people can get rid of their sins by successfully completing a “Parikrama” of this Mount Kailash.

    Check out these mind-blowing mysterious facts that you still might not know about this holy Mount Kailash.

    Kailash is sacred in all religions Kailash is sacred in all religions

    Kailash is sacred in all religions

    Mount Kailash is sacred place that is acknowledged by various religions. In Jainism the mountain is known Astapada where the first of the twenty four Tirthankaras Rishabha attained freedom. Believer of Bon, Tibet’s pre-Buddhist shamanistic religion consider this holy Mountain as a seat of the Sky Goddess Sipaimen. On the other hand Tibetan Buddhist calls this mountain as Kang Rimpoche (the valuable One Glacial Show). They believe that it is abod to Demchong and his fellow, Dorge Phagmo. Hence, this religious Mountain is respected and being worshiped by various religions in all over the world.

    Unconquered Mount Kailash Unconquered Mount Kailash

    Unconquered Mount Kailash

    Yes you heard it right. This beautiful Mount Kailash has never been climbed by anyone. Many aspirant Mountaineers have tried to make a desperate attempt to climb this holy Mountain but failed. Although more than 4000 people have scaled the Summit of Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world, at the altitude of 8848m. With the altitude of 6638 Mt. Kailash is still standing high yearning to be conquered. Those who have tried to set foot on this Sacred Mountain and tried to climb it have tasted disappointment. It is believed that there is some kind of mystical presence that stops people to scale it. Many Climbers have experience sudden change of bad weather and loss of trail during the attempt.

    Mansarovar Lake changes color Mansarovar Lake changes color

    Kailash Mansarovar Lake changes color

    Located at the southeastern part of Kailash Mansarovar is beautiful round shaped Lake. Originated from the two Sanskrit words- Manas (mind) and Sarovar (Lake), it depicts the legend that the Lake’s image was first dream't in the mind of Lord Brahma before he created it in real. This pristine fresh water lake changes color. It reflects clear blue color around the shore to emerald green when go deeper near the center. It is magical treat to experience this magical river at Moonlit sky. One can feel the spiritual bliss in real while taking a dip and sip into this river.

    Mystery of Mansarovar and Rakshas Tal Lake Mystery of Mansarovar and Rakshas Tal Lake

    Mystery of Mansarovar and Rakshas Tal Lake:

    The pious Mount Kailash has twin Lakes, Mansrovar and Rakshas Tal. Mansarovar symbolizes the lake of Gods and Rakshas Tal symbolizes the Lake of the Devil. These twin lakes are only divided by a very small part of land, it represent the perfect balance between the good and evil. We all are nothing but the product of these two powers. As human we all have good and evil within us, it’s upon us to choose and nurture which side of us.

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    The mysterious shapes of the lakes

    The upper lake Manasarovar is considered one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world. It is a holy lake, which is round like sun. The lower lake Rakhas Tal is termed as one of the highest salt-water lakes has the shape of the crescent moon. These twin lakes represent solar and lunar forces showcasing the good and negative energies.

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    Time flows Faster in Kailash Mansrover

    Those who have visited the Shrine have experienced that their hair and nails have grown within 12 hours on the Kailash which takes 15 days to age in the normal circumstances. This unusual phenomenon has never been witnessed anywhere else around the globe.

    Four Faces of Mount Kailash Four Faces of Mount Kailash

    Four Faces of Mount Kailash:

    According to Hindu Purana's, the four faces of this holy mountain is said to be created with gems like ruby, crystal, lapis lazuli and gold. They are considered as the pillar of the world. It is also believed to be the center of the world Mandala, situated between the heart of six mountains this symbolize a Lotus flower. A source of four rivers, which stretch to the four quarters and divide the world into four regions.

  • The 7 Trends you may have missed about Mother’s Day

    mother's day gifts

    Mom, Mum, Mommy, Mummy no matter how you say it they’re pretty amazing. Mother’s actually are the greatest of God’s creation. Cheers to all women’s in the world, this Mother’s day is dedicated to all those beautiful ladies out there who are the living example of angels from heaven. All Women’s are mothers because they all bring life to the world in some way.

    We live in a country where mothers are treated equal to God. Our history has witnessed many great mothers who are responsible for foundation of our age old Indian culture. If Maa Durga is known for her protective instincts, blessing us all with her celestial shield, on the other hand Bharat Mata gave her sweat and blood to nurture us all by giving us food and shelter. All Indian mothers are nothing but the product of these two divine beauties.

    In this fast pacing life we might have forgot to thank these superwoman’s for their selfless effort they have put in us to make us what we have become. Let’s make some time to create something special for the Mothers and show them just how much you appreciate the huge job that they do.
    With Mother’s Day at only 1.5 day away it’s high time to have a glimpse at the Mother’s Day trends this year. We have brought you 7 Trends you might have unnoticed about Mother’s day.

    1. Mother’s Day bake

    Bakes and cakes are the forever love for any occasion, it not only bring life to every celebration but their deliciousness make you forgets your calorie count as well. This Mother’s day, Bake something supercilious for your super Mom, Surprise her with breakfast in bed or as a Plumpy centerpiece on your Mother’s Day feast spread. Deck up to taste – This special day doesn’t have to be all about flowers if you’re Momma isn’t a huge fan!

    2. A special Home Decor for a Special Home Maker

    There is no living mother on earth who isn’t crazy about decorating her home. They have the tendency to transform even the ruins into beautiful home. Give you mother a customize gift or customize home decor of her choice. It doesn’t necessarily have to directly reference the word ‘Mum’, or Mother’s. It can be anything you feel about her. Gift her wall decor frame with any special memory you share together. There is plenty of gifting and home décor brands that make customize gifts suiting your taste and occasion. It’s surely a best idea to implement this year.

    3. Spiritual Gifting is the best Option for Mother's Day

    Sometimes the best gifts are ones that hold spiritual value to it. Waking up to the sound of bhaijan and with blissful aroma of incense sticks is a daily routine of every Indian household. Where Indian moms are known as Graham Lakshmi, it is an inbuilt spiritual wisdom all Indian moms are born with. Bring divinity in the life of you mother on this special day with Spiritual Gifts suiting your faith and religion. It will never fail to impress your mother but also prove to be blissful for your family. Mother Merry wall decor is the best spiritual gift one can have on Mother’s day.

    4. Creativity is best when done by your own hands on
    Mother's Day

    Mother’s Day calls for time and talent and creating something unique for your beloved mom. There are countless ways in which you can personalize your creative skills to make something really sentimental and unusual. This year it’s all about the photo frames, flower pots, greeting cards etc. You can choose your tool or your art interest and surprise her with your creativity.

    5. A Dinner date with Mom

    You may have gone on several dates with the love of your life. This Mother’s day take your first love on a special date to celebrate motherhood. Book a table in your mother’s favorite restaurant and give her a break from her never ending job. This quality time would bring charm on your mother’s face and give you an opportunity to relive your memories together.

    6. Flowers never go out of fashion

    Nothing says “thank you mom” like a bunch of fresh flowers. Flowers never fail to impress in any occasion. This is the best idea for all those late comers and the busy ones. Flowers work as the best guilt saver in any grave situation.

    7. Celebrating women’s empowerment

    Celebrating the cause is more important than celebrating the occasion. Supporting women empowerment is the best gift one can give to a Mother. Be the part of the global conversation taking place around gender equality and women’s rights. Exploring these matter recognizes women’s strengths and achievements, it encourage self-acceptance and self-care, rejoice the bonds between women, and express pride.

  • सम्पूर्ण नवरात्री पूजा विधि 2018 | Diviniti

    या देवी सर्वभूतेषु शक्ति-रूपेण संस्थिता। नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमस्तस्यै नमो नमः॥

    Navratri Puja Vidhi

    Navratri puja 2018 2018

     

    भारत देश में चैत्र मास मे पूरे विधि-विधान से मनाया जाने वाला सबसे महत्वपूर्ण पर्व है नवरात्री!  नवरात्री के नौवे दिन को  श्री राम जी का जन्मउत्सव माना जाता है इसीलिए इस पर्व को रामनवमी और इन नवरात्री को रामा नवरात्री भी कहते है!

    महाराष्ट्र में चैत्र नवरात्री का यह पावन पर्व गुड़ी पड़वा और कर्नाटका व् आंध्र प्रदेश में उगड़ी के नाम से शुरू होता है! वैसे तो साल में नवरात्री चार बार आते है परन्तु इन्हे दो ही बार पूरे विधिविधान के साथ मनाया जाता है!

    नवरात्री के यह पावन नौ दिन माँ शक्ति के नौ रूप को समर्पित है! माना जाता है की माँ शक्ति ने नौ अलग अलग रूप धारण कर राक्षसों का संहार किया और उनसे देवताओं की रक्षा करी और तभी से नवरात्री पर माँ के सभी रूप  की पूजा करके माँ शक्ति का आशीर्वाद लिया जाता है!

    नवरात्री पूजा विधि 

    नवरात्री के पहले दिन कलश स्थापना की जाती है और आखिरी दिन नौ कन्याओं  (कंजक) की पूजा करके उन्हें भोजन खिलाया जाता है और दक्षिणा दी जाती है! घर आने वाली इन नौ कन्यायों को माँ दुर्गा के नौ स्वरूपों के समान माना जाता है। बहुत से लोग नवरात्रि के नौ दिन माँ दुर्गा केनवरात्री पाठ भी करते है। जिसमे देवी के नौ स्वरूपों के अवतरित होने और दुष्टों के संघार का विवरण है। कहते है इस समय इनका पाठ करने से देवी भगवती की खास कृपा होती है।

    सर्वमंगल मांगल्ये शिवे सर्वार्थ साधिके।
    शरण्ये त्र्यंबके गौरी नारायणि नमोस्तुते॥

    नवरात्री पूजा विधि | Day- 1 | प्रतिपदा  18th मार्च 2018 (रविवार)

    सती ने अपने पिता द्वारा भगवान् शिव की निंदा करने पर गाग्नि द्वारा अपने शरीर को भस्म कर अगले जन्म में शैलराज हिमालय की पुत्री के रूप में जन्म लिया। इस बार वे 'शैलपुत्री' नाम से विख्यात हुर्ईं। पार्वती, हैमवती भी उन्हीं के नाम हैं। उपनिषद् की एक कथा के अनुसार इन्हीं ने हैमवतीस्वरूप से देवताओं का गर्व-भंजन किया था।

    माँ दुर्गा के स्वरूप शैलपुत्री की पूजा विधि

    मां शैलपुत्री की तस्वीर स्थापित करें और उसके नीचें लकडी की चौकी पर लाल वस्त्र बिछायें। इसके ऊपर केशर से शं लिखें और उसके ऊपर मनोकामना पूर्ति गुटिका रखें। तत्पश्चात् हाथ में लाल पुष्प लेकर शैलपुत्री देवी का ध्यान करें। मंत्र इस प्रकार है-

    ऊँ ऐं ह्रीं क्लीं चामुण्डाय विच्चे ओम् शैलपुत्री देव्यै नम:

    मंत्र के साथ ही हाथ के पुष्प मनोकामना गुटिका एवं मां के तस्वीर के ऊपर छोड दें। इसके बाद भोग प्रसाद अर्पित करें तथा मां शैलपुत्री के मंत्र का जाप करें। यह जप कम से कम 108 होना चाहिए।

    मंत्र - ओम् शं शैलपुत्री देव्यै: नम:।

    मंत्र संख्या पूर्ण होने के बाद मां के चरणों में अपनी मनोकामना को व्यक्त करके मां से प्रार्थना करें तथा श्रद्धा से आरती कीर्तन करें।

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    भगवान शिव को पति पाने के लिए नारद मुनि द्वारा कहने पर हिमालय पुत्री ने कई हज़ारों वर्षों तक घोर तपस्या करी!  इस कठिन तपस्या के कारण इन्हें  ब्रह्मचारिणी नाम से जाना गया।ब्रह्म का अर्थ है तपस्या और चारिणी का अर्थ है आचरण करने वाली। इससे ब्रह्मचारिणी का अर्थ हुआ तपका आचरण करने वाली।

    पूजा विधि:

    मां ब्रह्मचारिणी की पूजा में सबसे पहले मां को फूल, अक्षत, रोली, चंदन आदि अर्पण करें। उन्हें दूध, दही, घृत, मधु व शर्करा से स्नान कराएं और इसके देवी को प्रसाद चढ़ाएं। प्रसाद पश्चात आचमन कराएं और फिर पान, सुपारी, लौंग अर्पित करें।

    पूजा करने के समय हाथ में फूल लेकर इस मंत्र से मां की प्रार्थना करें, 'दधाना कर मद्माभ्याम अक्षमाला कमण्डलू। देवी प्रसीदतु मयि ब्रह्मचारिण्यनुत्तमा।।' इसके बाद अक्षत, कुमकुम, सिंदूर आदि अर्पित करें। मां पूजा करने वाले भक्त जीवन में सदा शांत चित्त और प्रसन्न रहते हैं। उन्हेंकिसी प्रकार का भय नहीं सताता।

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    विवाह होने के पश्चात् भगवन शिव ने माँ के माथे पर चन्दन से चंद्र रूप तिलक किया जिससे माँ का नाम चंद्रघंटा कहलाया! इस देवी के दस हाथ माने गए हैं और ये खड्ग आदि विभिन्न अस्त्र और शस्त्र से सुसज्जित ह। नवरात्र के तीसरे दिन मां दुर्गा के इसी स्वरूप की पूजा, वंदना और स्तवनकरने का विधान है।ऐसा माना जाता है कि देवी के इस रूप की पूजा करने से मन को अलौकिक शांति प्राप्त होती है और अपूर्व शक्ति का अनुभव होता है।मां चंद्रघंटा की पूजा में दूध का प्रयोग कल्याणकारी माना गया है।

    इनका ध्यान मंत्र है:

     पिंडजप्रवरारूढ़ा, चंडकोपास्त्रकैर्युता।

    प्रसादं तनुते मह्यं, चंद्रघंटेति विश्रुता।।

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    जब सृष्टि नहीं थी और चारों ओर अन्धकार ही अन्धकार था तब माँ ने अपनी हस्सी से ब्रह्माण्ड की रचना करने के कारण माँ कुष्मांडा देवी कहलाई! ये ही सृष्टि की आदिस्वरूपा, आदिशक्ति हैं। इनका निवास सूर्यमंडल के भीतर के लोक में है। वहां निवास कर सकने की क्षमता और शक्तिकेवल इन्हीं में है। मां कूष्मांडा की उपासना से भक्तों के समस्त रोग-शोक मिट जाते हैं। इनकी भक्ति से आयु, यश, बल और आरोग्य की वृद्धि होती है।

    इनका ध्यान मंत्र है:

    स्तुता सुरैः पूर्वमभीष्टसंश्रयात्तथा सुरेन्द्रेण दिनेषु सेविता।

    करोतु सा नः शुभहेतुरीश्वरी शुभानि भद्राण्यभिहन्तु चापदः।।

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    श्री स्कंद (कुमार कार्तिकेय) की माता होने के कारण ही इनका नाम स्कंदमाता पड़ा है! जब पृथ्वी प्र असुरों का अत्याचार बहुत अधिक बढ़ गया था तब स्कंदमाता ने अपने संत जनों की रक्षा के लिए सिंह पर सवार होकर दुष्ट दानवों का संहार किया था! वात्सल्य की मूर्ति हैं स्कंद माता।

    इनका पूजा मंत्र है:

    सिंहासनगता नित्यं पद्याञ्चितकरद्वया।

    शुभदास्तु सदा देवी स्कन्दमाता यशस्विनी॥

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    विश्व प्रसिद्ध महर्षि कात्यायन ने भगवती पराम्बा की उपासना की और कठिन तपस्या की। उनकी इच्छा थी कि उन्हें पुत्री प्राप्त हो। मां भगवती ने उनके घर पुत्री के रूप में जन्म लिया। इसलिए यह देवी कात्यायिनी कहलाईं। इनकी उपासना और आराधना से भक्तों को बड़ी आसानी से अर्थ,धर्म, काम और मोक्ष चारों फलों की प्राप्ति होती है। उसके रोग, शोक, संताप और भय नष्ट हो जाते हैं।

    मां भगवती का दाम्पत्य दीर्घसुख प्राप्ति मंत्र जाप इस प्रकार है:

    एतत्ते वदनं सौम्यम् लोचनत्रय भूषितम्।

    पातु नः सर्वभीतिभ्यः कात्यायिनी नमोस्तुते।।

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    भगवान शिव ने माता पार्वती से राक्षसों का वध कर अपने भक्तों की रक्षा करने को कहा। उनकी बात मान कर माँ ने दुर्गा का रूप धारण किया और शुंभ-निशुंभ का वध कर दिया। लेकिन जैसे ही मां दुर्गा ने दैत्य रक्तबीज को मौत के घाट उतारा उसके शरीर से निकले रक्त से लाखों रक्तबीजदैत्य उत्पन्न हो गए। इसे देख दुर्गा जी ने अपने तेज से कालरात्रि को उत्पन्न किया, जिन्होंने रक्त को जमीन पर गिरने से पहले ही अपने मुख में भर लिया इस तरह मां दुर्गा ने सबका गला काटते हुए रक्तबीज का वध कर दिया।

    मां का यह बड़ा ही विकराल स्वरूप है, जो की वीरता और साहस का प्रतीक मानी जाती है। मां कालरात्रि सदैव शुभ फल ही देने वाली हैं। इस कारण मां का नाम 'शुभंकारी' भी है।

    माँ काली की उपासना करने का मंत्र है:

    एकवेणी जपाकर्णपूरा नग्ना खरास्थिता, लम्बोष्टी कर्णिकाकर्णी तैलाभ्यक्तशरीरिणी।

    वामपादोल्लसल्लोहलताकण्टकभूषणा, वर्धनमूर्धध्वजा कृष्णा कालरात्रिर्भयङ्करी॥

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    भगवान शिव को पति रूप में पाने के लिए देवी ने कठोर तपस्या की थी जिससे इनका शरीर काला पड़ जाता है. देवी की तपस्या से प्रसन्न होकर भगवान इन्हें स्वीकार करते हैं और शिव जी इनके शरीर को गंगा-जल से धोते हैं ! महगौरी पूजन करते समय इस मंत्र से देवी का ध्यान करनाचाहिए:

    सिद्धगन्धर्वयक्षाद्यैरसुरैरमरैरपि।

    सेव्यामाना सदा भूयात सिद्धिदा सिद्धिदायिनी॥”.

    श्वेते वृषे समरूढा श्वेताम्बराधरा शुचिः।

    महागौरी शुभं दद्यान्महादेवप्रमोददा।।

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     सिद्धगंधर्वयक्षाद्यैरसुरैररमरैरपि।

    सेव्यमाना सदा भूयात सिद्धिदा सिद्धिदायिनी।।

    श्री दुर्गा का नवम् रूप श्री सिद्धिदात्री हैं। ये सब प्रकार की सिद्धियों की दाता हैं, इसीलिए ये सिद्धिदात्री कहलाती हैं। नवरात्रि के नवम दिन इनकी पूजा औरआराधना की जाती है। मार्कण्डेयपुराण में अणिमा, महिमा, गरिमा, लघिमा, प्राप्ति, प्राकाम्य, ईशित्व एवं वशित्वये आठ सिद्धियाँ बतलायीगयी है। भगवती सिद्धिदात्री उपरोक्त संपूर्ण सिद्धियाँ अपने उपासको को प्रदान करती है

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