Goddess Chandraghanta is the third divinity among Navdurga and is a powerful form of Devi Durga. The devotees of Goddess Chandraghanta worship her on the third day of the Navaratri festival.
Significance of Goddess Chandraghanta:
The ‘Chandraghanta‘ name is a powerful combination of Chandra (Moon) and Ghanta (bell). In mythology, the deity is seen adorning the Moon in the shape of a bell on her head. It signifies her name.
Like Goddess Durga, Goddess Chandraghanta also represents ten hands, mounts on a lion, wearing a Moon on her head in a bell shape with three eyes.
The divinity is widely known for protecting living beings from demons. The divine power is also associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra or Manipura Chakra of Kundalini.
Benefits of praising Goddess Chandraghanta:
In Hinduism, people believe Goddess Chandraghanta will help them elevate their self-confidence. Also, they can manifest their power and bring fearlessness to their spirits. When devotees worship her, Goddess Chandraghanta bestows health, wealth, and protection on them.
Worship Goddess Chandraghanta to summon a lot of blessings from this divine power.
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