Navadurga

Navadurga (Devanagari:नवदुर्गा), which literally means nine Goddess Durgas, constitute, according to Hindu mythology, the manifestation of Durga in nine different forms. These nine forms of manifestation are Śhailaputrī, Brahmachāriṇī, Chandraghaṇṭā, Kuṣhmāṇḍā, Skandamātā, Kātyāyanī, Kālarātrī, Mahāgaurī and SiddhidātrīShree Jagadishvarananda, Svami (tr.) (1992) Shri Shri Candi (in Bengali), Kolkata: Udbodhan, Shri Ramkrishna Math, p.27; together worshipped during the Navratri (Nine Divine Nights) celebration in Autumn each year.

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... Navadurga (Devanagari नवदुर्गा), which literally means nine Durgas, constitute, according to Hindu mythology, the manifestation of Durga in nine different forms ... Navadurga are famously worshipped during the Autumn Navaratri or the Nine days, initiating the devotees into a period of festivities according to Hindu calendar ...