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Who is mata Siddhidharti?

Maa Siddhidatri is one of the most magnificent variations of Maa Durga. The word Siddhidatri is created by combining two Sanskrit words: “Siddhi” refers to perfection, and “datri” denotes “one who presents or bestows.” The term Siddhidatri does allude to the Goddess who bestows perfection on Her worshippers in all their endeavours.

One of the nine different varieties of Goddess Durga is Siddhidatri. On the ninth day of Navratri, she is revered. The ninth day of Navaratri, known as Navami, is regarded as the most fortunate day of the festival. Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped on this ninth day.

The path of the Goddess Maa Siddhidatri rules the planet Ketu. She is the Supreme Power who controls Her devotee’s thoughts and provides inspiration to lead a disciplined life that is extended spiritually. It is stated that offering Her complete devotion calms the Goddess, who then grants the Sadhaka wonderful Siddhis. She also removes all anxiety and stops all the anguish Her worshippers experience. She is also praised for granting wishes and sharing sincere understanding.

Significance of mata:

Meaning of the Goddess Sri Siddhidatri Siddhidatri Maa rides a lion in her procession while perched atop a lotus flower. She has four hands and wears crimson clothing. She holds a lotus flower in her lower left hand and a Shankha in her upper left hand. She is holding a bludgeon (Gada) in her lower right hand and the Chakra in her upper right hand.

Siddhidatri is known as Mata Siddhidatri because Siddhi signifies perfection, and Datri is Sanskrit for “the one who gives.”

She is referred to as Siddhidatri Maa because she grants her followers all Siddhis (Perfections). Maa Siddhidatri is also known as Goddess Lakshmi, a symbol of success, happiness, and fortune. With the help of our knowledgeable Pandits, you may have a Lakshmi Puja conducted online for you, which will please all eight manifestations of the Goddess Lakshmi and bring wealth and happiness into your life. If you are dealing with any problem, worship mata and get all your problems solved. Many people are unaware of the exact procedure of the Siddhidharti pooja. And puja is something that has to be performed in the correct manner only. Nakshatraika has India’s finest astrologers who can advise you on what is best for you. Online devotion and darshan are other services offered by Nakshatraika. When someone wants to visit a temple but cannot do so, Nakshatrika offers a special online darshan. If you wish to visit a temple during Navratri, such as Kedarnath or Mata Devi, Nakshatrika also offers reservations for its clients.

Story of Maa Siddhidatri Story:

According to Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva is said to have worshipped Goddess Maha Shakti to receive the blessings of all the Siddhis. Lord Shiva receives the half body of Goddess Shakti thanks to Goddess Siddhidatri, which is why he is also referred to as “Ardhanarishvara.”

The Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahadev is said to have received eight Siddhis, or supreme divine powers, from Maa Siddhidatri. She gave them eight of the siddhis, specifically:

Anima: shrinking oneself to the size of an atom

Mahima: Increasing the size of one’s body indefinitely

Garima: Increasing in weight indefinitely

Laghima: Changing into an endlessly light

Prapti: being all-pervasive

Prakambya: Realizing one’s desires

Lordship, or Ishitva Vashitva: The capacity to subdue all

Pooja vidhi of Mata Siddhidatri :

  • Wake up early on the ninth day of Navratri and cleanse your body by having a bath and donning silky clothing.
  • Light the ghee lamp, the incense sticks, and the dhoop within the puja altar where you will do the Siddhidatri puja.
  • Now perform the Atma Puja for self-purification with clear thoughts.
  • Apply a tilak on your brow, and then perform the Achaman vidhi by sipping water from your palm.
  • Do the Kalash Pujan now to banish any negativity from the house.
  • Make a Sankalpa now by holding water in your palm, thinking about the Goddess, and making a wish.
  • Offer the Goddess nine different types of plants.
  • Pour water on Siddhidatri Goddess’s feet to clean her toes.
  • Now present camphor-infused water.
  • Make careful you repeat the Siddhidatri mantra when using this system.

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