Navratri 2022 Day 6: Maa Katyayani

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Maa Katyayani: Shardiya Navratri has great significance for Hindus. For 9 days of Navratri, 9 forms of Maa Durga are worshiped and fast is kept to please the mother. During this Durga Saptashati is also recited. According to the Hindu calendar, today is the sixth day of Navratri. Katyayani Mata is worshiped on this day.

 

It is said that this form of the goddess was given the name Katyayani because she appeared as the daughter of sage Katyayana. She is considered the goddess of war. He has four arms. He holds a sword in one hand and a lotus in one hand. The other two arms are in Varadamudra. He has a garland of white flowers around his neck. You can chant some mantras to please Maa Katyayani. Along with this, on the sixth day of Navratri, one can also wish the devotees of Mata Rani.

Navratri Day 6 Timing:

 

This year the sixth day of Navratri is falling on Saturday, 1 October. According to the Drik Panchang, the Brahma Muhurta starts at 04:37 in the morning and ends at 05:25 on this day. Abhijeet Muhurta will start at 11:47 am and will end at 12:34 pm and Vijay Muhurta will run from 02:09 pm to 02:57 pm. Also on October 2, Ravi Yoga will be celebrated from 06:14 am to 03:11 am.

 

 

Navratri Day 6 Puja Method and Composition:

On the sixth day of Navratri, devotees should start their day by getting up early, taking a bath and wearing new clothes. Clean the place of worship and offer fresh flowers to the idol of Maa Katyayani. Additionally, worshipers should offer honey and prasad as bhog to the goddess and carry a lotus flower in their hands while reciting mantras and prayers.

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Navratri Day 6 Colors:

The color of the day is gray on the sixth day of Navratri. It represents balanced emotions and keeps the person down-to-earth. Devotees can wear this color on this day to attain all these qualities.

 

Maa Katyayani Bhog:

On the 6th day of Navratri, devotees seek the blessings of Goddess Katyayani, the sixth incarnation of Maa Durga, by offering honey as a special bhog.

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