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Navaratri Celebrations Series, Post 7 Of 9

The Seventh Day Of Navaratri Is Dedicated To The Worship Of
Maa KalaRatri

“She Holds A Glittering Scimitar, Drum, Head, And Drinking-Vessel. She Is Called The Solitary Warrior, Maa KalaRatri, Praised As The Granter Of desires.”
– MurtiRahasya (19), An Anga Of The Devi Mahatmya

Maa KalaRatri Is The Seventh And Most Ferocious Divine Form Of Maa Durga. The Divine “Name” “KalaRatri” Means the death of “Kaal” or Time. It Also Means “Black Night Of Destruction”. Maa KalaRatri Symbolizes That life also has a dark side; Mother Nature Encompasses death and destruction. Maa KalaRatri As Maa MahaRatri, Is The Great Night Of Final Dissolution Or The Force Of Cosmic Dissolution. This Is The Great Dissolution at the end of a cosmic cycle. And As Maa MohaRatri, Maa KalaRatri Is Also The Terrible Night Of Delusion.

Maa KalaRatri Is Also Known As Maa Shubankari, Which Means Auspicious Or Doing Good in Sanskrit. When worshipped wholeheartedly, Maa KalaRatri Grants the auspicious wishes of the devotees. Therefore, the worship Of Maa KalaRatri enables Her devotees to remain fearless of all misfortunes.

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