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Dusshera, portraying the greatness of Lord Durga focuses on the deeds accomplished by the goddesses is the primary theme of Navratri festival saving the entire world, from demons and negative spirits.
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Sahilaputri is the first form of Lord Durga and worshipped on day1 of the Dussehra festival.
According to Puranas, sahila means mountain and Putri means daughter, so this form of lord Durga is known as the daughter of mountains.
After doing self-sacrifice, goddesses sati born back as the daughter of Himalayas (the king of mountains), and she got other names like Parvathi and Hemavathi.
Goddesses Sahilaputri considered as the combined power of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva and worshipped as the form of mother nature.
Devi Sahilaputri has two hands, holding a trident in her right and lotus flower in the left. She also had crescent moon in her forehead and found to ride in the bull.
Form2 – Brahmacharini
Brahmacharini is the combined word of Brahma+Charini where Brahma does not just depict the creator god, instead, it also means the Absolute reality of sacred knowledge.
Charini refers to self-conducting or moving within, and it directly resembles the practice of Brahmacharya.
Brahmacharini was born to Prajapathi Dakshan in the name of Sati, and she then got married lord shiva where this name of Brahmacharini given in her initial stage.
Being the god of uttermost simplicity that she maintained in her initial days of the avatar to pray, and marry lord shiva she didn't use any iconography and she used to walk with bare feet by holding Japa mala in her right hand and kamandal in her left.
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Chandrakanta is the third form of lord Durga, where Chandra refers to the moon, and Kantha refers to the bell.
After marrying lord shiva, goddesses Chandrakanta wore a bell-shaped half moon in her forehead.
Chandrakantha used to mount on a tigress, and she was always found to be ready for a battle to safeguard humans and other living creatures from demons.
Goddesses Chandrakantha used to have ten hands were the five left hands to hold Trishul, Gada, Sword, kamandal and Varadamudra.
In the right-hand side, she will be holding the arrow, Dhanush, lotus flower, Japa mala and Abhaya Mudra.
Kushmanda is the combination of three different words, where Ku means little, ushma means energy and anda mean universe.
There is an in-depth meaning for holding this name, as mother Durga made herself accustomed to living inside the sun post obtaining the form of Siddhidhatri, where she is capable of exhibiting the sun's energy to earth.
Kushmanda god used to have a similar glowing body like the sun, and she can enlighten the whole world from her.
The god is well known for enlightening the world with her smile and provides required health and wealth to devotees.
Lord Kushmanda used to have eight hands and rides on the lioness she used to hold kamandal, Dhanush, Badha and Kamal in her four right hands and nectar pot, prayer beads, gadha and chakra in the four left hands.
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Skandamata is a crisp and clear name depicts the goddesses is the mother of Lord Skanda or Karthikeya who represents war against demons.
Goddesses Skandamata found to have four hands with top two hands holds lotus flowers in it, and holds little Skanda in the lower right hand and Abhayamutra in the other right hand.
Goddesses Skandamata rides on the lion and also known as "goddesses of fire". Since this goddesses used to reside on the lotus flower, she is known as "Goddesses Padmasana".
Goddesses Katyayani worshipped during the sixth day of Dussehra, and she was born to sage Katyayana as a blessing of devas to kill the demon Narahasura.
Lord Katyayani was well-known for her anger, vengeance and ferociousness in killing demons and at the same time found merciful to devotees who worship her with a true heart.
Goddesses Katyayani found to ride on a ferocious lion with four hands, where she used to carry a lotus flower and sword in her left arms and Varadamudra and Abhayamudra in the right.
Goddesses Kalaratri is found to be the most ferocious form of lord Durga, and she was born to kill two demons, namely Sumbha and Nisumbha.
Kalaratri means the night of deaths, and she holds all forms of emotions into her. The goddesses even found to be more aggressive and powerful than Kala.
Goddesses Kalaratri worshipped on the seventh day of Dusshera, and she is also known as death of time.
Riding in a donkey this goddess is found to have a dark complexion, having four hands were here two right hands showcased Abhayamudra and Varadamudra, whereas in her left hand she was carrying a mighty sword and a dreadful iron hook.
Mahagauri is the eighth form of lord Durga, and she is known as the resemblance of purity and cleanness. The one who worships her with a pure heart and complete dedication will get removed their sins and impurity due to her grace.
She gets worshipped in the eighth day of Dussehra, and she attained the name of Mahagauri due to her fair complexion.
Similar to Sahilaputri, lord Mahagauri also used to ride on the bull, and she has four hands in her. The goddesses hold Trishul and Abhayamutra in both her right hands and Varadhamutra and Kamandal in both her left hands respectively.
The formation of goddesses Siddhidhatri was an interesting story, where lord Shiva used to worship goddesses Adi Parashakthi to create the universe since Adi Parashakthi is considered to be the purest form she took the alternative one called Siddhidhatri and joined the left half of Shiva.
Goddesses Sidhidhatri worshipped in the final day of Dusshera, and she got found to reside in the lotus flower or ride on a lion or tiger taking several iconographies. She used to hold a Gadha and Chakra in her right hands and a lotus flower and Shankha in the left hand.
She used to provide the needed boons immediately to her followers irrespective of their forms like Devas, Gandharvas, Asuras and Humans.