This strotra is dedicated at the lotus feet of Goddess Durga. The word “Durga” in Sanskrit means a fort, or a place which is difficult to overrun. Another meaning of “Durga” is “Durgatinashini,” which literally translates into “the one who eliminates sufferings.” Shri Durgapaduddhar Stotram is in Sanskrit. It is from Siddheshwari tantra and creation of UmaMaheshwar Samvada. Maheshwar...
Navdurga Stotra is a Devi Stotra and it is in Sanskrit. There are nine auspicious Devi names which are very famous and each and every Devi is the destroyer of a very dangerous demon. Reciting this stotra makes us fearless and sinless. Navadurga stotram is a prayer to nine forms of Goddess Durga (Navadurga) worshipped in Navratri Durga Puja. Shree...
Tallest Durga Idol
The world’s largest Goddess Durga idol is not in India but in the Mauritius. Situated on the banks of Ganga Talao, the 108-foot-tall magnificent statue was built from 2000 m3 of concrete & 400 tons of iron by the local Indians. The world’s 108 ft largest Goddess Durga idol Ganga Talao (or Grand Bassin) is crater lake 550m above sea level....
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Navratri: Nine Forms of Goddess Durga Navadurga Navadurga  Navaratri Navdurga The Nine Forms Of Goddess Durga Navadurga Image  
Arjuna prayed to Goddess Durga on the advice of Lord Krishna, before commencement of the war on the tenth day. And Goddess Durga answered Arjuna’s prayers and blessed him. In the Mahabharata (Bhishma Parva Chapter 23) on the eve of the battle of the Kurukshetra war, Lord Krishna instructed Arjuna to seek the blessing of Mother Durga, the hymn is...
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The Goddess Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon Amba Jagdamba Durga Durga Maa Killing Asur Durga Maa The Goddess Durga Killing the Buffalo Demon    
Durga Puja is a very popular festival in India, which is celebrated in many parts of the country. During this 9 days celebration, goddess Durga is worshiped. The festival Durga Puja is celebrated across the country, this is indicated in a special way in the eastern states like West Bengal, Jharkhand, Assam and Tripura. Different types of pandals (makeshift structures)...
Other Names: Kaali, Bhawani, Amba, Sinha-Vahini, Shera-Vaali, parvati and hundred more. Other forms: Sometimes Seated on a lion, sometimes shown as kali Significance: Durga literally means formidable of inaccessible. As kali she represents the fierce and terrifying aspect of the divine which is terrifying to only those who are evil doers or anti-divine. As parvati or amba she is a loving...
Durga (a form of Shakti) is also known as Maa or Mother of the Universe. She was created when a demon King named Mahisasura was terrorising the Earth and heaven. The Gods went to trinity (Brahma, Vishu and Mahesh) for help. The Tridev then merged their powers and created a gorgeous female named Durga. She went to kill Mahisasura...
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The most important goddess of the Hindus is Durga, the consort of god Shiva. She is a multidimensional goddess appearing in many forms denoted by many names. The names are Parvathi (the mountain girl), Uma (the light) Gauri (the yellow hued beauty), Himavathi (the daughter of Himalayas), Jaganmata (the mother of the universe), Durga (the inaccessible one), Kali or...

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