The last day or Day 9 of Chaitra Navratri is celebrated by worshiping Maa Siddhidatri. As this is the concluding day of Navratri festival, the Parana ritual needs to be carried out to gain fruitful results of 9-day fasting. Let’s get in the details of the Parana ritual and Maa Siddhidatri with this blog article.
Muhurat for Parana
After 10:05:29 A.M.
Dashmi Tithi Muhurat
Dashmi Tithi Starts
Dashmi Tithi Ends
10:05:29 A.M. on 5th April 2017
09:17:10 A.M. on 6th April 2017
This Muhurat schedule is for Delhi, India. If you wish to know the Muhurat of some other place or your city, please click on the link provided: Chaitra Navratri Parana
Day 9: Worship Goddess Siddhidatri
Maa Siddhidatri, the possessor and giver of all siddhis, is the ninth manifestation of Maa Durga. She is a beautiful incarnation who is dressed in a coruscating red saree and rides a lion. She is the one to look up to when one wants to achieve ultimate perfection. She has a large number of devotees, as she is provides knowledge and removes ignorance. One who venerates her with unwavering devotion, is bestowed with all her empyrean blessings.
Importance of Navmi
Navmi is the last day of Navratri festival and it is celebrated with great zeal by devotees throughout the country. People worship Maa Durga with legislation and tradition. Along with this, the Kanya Pujan ritual is also celebrated on Navmi, but few people have different opinion on this,as they celebrate Kanya Pujan on Ashtami as well.
Maa Siddhidatri rules the planet Ketu. Worshiping Maa Siddhidatri will give a direction to this planet and ward off all the bad effects on you.