Shardiya Navratri 2022: This time Maa Durga will come riding on an elephant, know the importance of her different vehicles..


Shardiya Navratri 2022: This year Shardiya Navratri is starting on 26 September, which will continue till 05 October. During the nine days of Navratri, nine forms of Maa Durga are worshiped according to the rituals. Special fruits are obtained by worshiping Mother Jagdamba in Navratri according to the rituals. According to astrology, this time Shardiya Navratri is considered very auspicious because this time Mata Rani is coming riding on an elephant. In Navratri, when Maa Durga comes riding on an elephant, it is considered very auspicious. So let's know today about the different vehicles of Mata Rani and their auspicious and inauspicious signs in Navratri.


Although Mata Rani rides a lion when she comes to earth during Navratri, her ride changes. The ride of Maa Jagdamba depends on the day Navratri starts. Their ride is decided based on the day on which Navratri begins. Similarly, the departure ride is decided based on the day on which she departs.

Ride and Significance of Maa Durga's Arrival
This time Shardiya Navratri is starting on Monday. It is believed that whenever Navratri starts on Sunday or Monday, then Maa Durga comes riding on an elephant. The elephant, the vehicle of the mother, is considered a symbol of knowledge and prosperity. It is believed that riding on an elephant, Goddess Durga brings with her a lot of happiness and prosperity.

Mother Jagdambe will depart by riding on an elephant
Sharadiya Navratri is starting on 26 September and will end on 05 October, a Wednesday. According to the belief, the elephant rides on the departure of Mata Rani on Wednesdays and Fridays. When Mata Rani leaves on an elephant, there is a possibility of more rain in the country.

What are the vehicles of Maa Durga?
According to different times, the vehicles of Mother Durga in Navratri are Doli, Boat, Horse, Buffalo, Man, and Elephant.


The ride and signs of Maa Durga's departure in Navratri
If Navratri is ending on Sunday and Monday, then Maa Durga goes on a buffalo ride. This means that there will be an increase in grief and disease in the country. On the other hand, when Navratri ends on Saturday and Tuesday, Mother Jagdambe goes on a rooster. Riding a rooster indicates an increase in misery and suffering. When Navratri ends on Wednesday and Friday, the mother returns on an elephant, indicating more rain. Apart from this, if Navratri is ending on Thursday, then Maa Durga rides on a human which indicates the growth of happiness and peace.