Navratri festival has began in India from 21st September and it will last long for nine long days. Every day holds great significance among Hindu People. People celebrate this occasion with great excitement and fun.
Day 4 of Navratri marks the significance of Mata Kushmanda. She holds eight hands, a jar of nectar, bow, arrow, mace, lotus, discus as well as chakra. While, the eighth hand of Lord Kushmanda involves a rosary for blessing her followers. Mata Kushmanda is also recognized as Ashtavuja due to eight hands. She involves glowing skin tone and golden body shade. Mata Kushmanda traverses on a lion. She holds ten hands.
As per ancient belief, Mata Kushmanda received deep darkness when there was no universe. Lord Kushmanda smirked and then, the light occurred all around.
Mata Kushmanda natives in the heart of the sun and receives her power from there. As per popular belief, Mata Kushmanda managed the sun and as well the whole solar system.
As per popular belief, Maa Kushmanda is replicated in every living plus non-living body of this universe. Kushmanda is the basis of energy. She gives her supporters the ability to make verdict rationally.