Navrati Day 7- Maa Kalratri Showers Countless Blessings On This Very Day!

The seventh day of Sharad Navratri holds special significance. Saptami i.e. the seventh day of Navratri, Maa Kalratri, the incarnation of Maa Durga, is worshipped. On this occasion, AstroSage has brought to you “Big Astro Festival” with unlimited attractive offers and discounts. Click n the button to know more.

Devotees of Maa Durga across the country line up in temples and Shakti Peethas on this very day. In states like West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar and Assam, this day is celebrated as the first day of Maha Saptami Durga Puja Utsav. 

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In this pretext, the significance of this day enhances manifold. This incarnation of Maa Durga is also known as Shubhankari Devi, Kaali or Chamunda. As per her own name, this incarnation of Maa Durga is highly aggressive and fearful. Maa Kalratri is considered to be a destroyer of all sinners. It is believed that one who is blessed by Maa Kalratri, gets rid of negative powers. Let us give you complete information related to the veneration of the seventh day of Navratri. 

Navratri Saptami Puja Muhurat

The Shubh Muhurat for the seventh day of Navratri in Shukla Paksha during Ashwin month starts from October 22, Thursday at 07:42 AM and will last till October 23, Friday upto 06:58 AM. In this pretext, the worship of Maa Kalratri is performed in the morning.

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Why Has She Been Named as Maa Kalratri?

Maa Kalratri is a destroyer of ‘Kaal’ and for this very reason, she is known as Kalratri. In addition to this, it is also said that Maa Durga incarnated herself as Kalratri with her Tej to kill a demon named Raktabeej. The Tej of Maa Durga was so high that this incarnation of Maa Durga turned black. 

Appearance of Maa Kalratri

The tradition of worshipping Maa Kalratri has been defined on the seventh day of Navratri. If we talk about this incarnation, she rides Gadarbh (donkey). She is black like pitch dark with scattered hair. She has three eyes and all of them are red as fire. She is wearing a white garland around her neck. She appears to be generating fire through her breath with which, she destroys the sinners. Maa Kalratri has four arms. Both the right arms are in Abhaya and Var Mudra while she holds the sword and the Khadag in both the left arms. With these, it is believed that she destroys demons and protects her devotees.

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Recite Mantra while Venerating Maa Kalratri 

Recite this Mantra during the worship of Maa Kalratri to please her in the soonest possible time.

ॐ जयंती मंगला काली भद्रकाली कपालिनी। दुर्गा क्षमा शिवा धात्री स्वाहा स्वधा नमोस्तु ते।।

जय त्वं देवि चामुण्डे जय भूतार्तिहारिणि। जय सर्वगते देवि कालरात्रि नमोस्तु ते।।

oṃ jayaṃtī maṃgalā kālī bhadrakālī kapālinī। durgā kṣamā śivā dhātrī svāhā svadhā namostu te।।

jaya tvaṃ devi cāmuṇḍe jaya bhūtārtihāriṇi। jaya sarvagate devi kālarātri namostu te।।

Beej Mantra – ॐ ऐं ह्रीं क्लीं चामुण्डायै विच्चे। / oṃ aiṃ hrīṃ klīṃ cāmuṇḍāyai vicce।

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Rituals to Venerate Maa Kalratri

As per Hindu beliefs, one who worships Maa Kalratri wholeheartedly gets free from all the negative vibes and achieves success. The worship of the seventh day of Navratri is extremely simple but those who perform Tantra Puja, they must follow guidelines of learned Pandits.

  • Wake up in the morning, take a bath, wear clothes of purple colour and venerate on the seventh day of Navratri.
  • The worship of Kalash Devta i.e. Lord Ganesha with due rituals to be performed before venerating Maa Kalratri. 
  • Offer flowers, Akshat, Roli, sandalwood to Lord Ganesha and the idol to be bathed with milk, curd, sugar, Ghee, and honey. The Prasad which is to be offered to Maa Kalratri, first be offered to Lord Ganesha.
  • After distributing Prasad, offer Achaman, Paan, and betel nut (Supari).
  • After the worship of Kalash, worship Navagraha or nine planets, Dash Dikpal, city deity or Nagar Devta, village deity or Gram Devta.
  • Perform the worship of Maa Kalratri after venerating all cited above in points.
  • First of all, meditate on Maa Kalratri by keeping a flower in hand for worship.
  • After this, do the Panchopchar Puja of Maa Kalratri and offer red flowers, Akshat, Kumkum, Sindoor to her.
  • After this, burn Ghee or camphor before the idol Maa Kalratri and perform Aarti.
  • At the end, recite Mantras and seek the forgiveness of your mistakes committed consciously or unconsciously.

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Worship Maa Kalratri by Wearing Clothes of this Colour 

Maa Kalratri, the seventh incarnation of Maa Durga, is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri. She is considered to be a showerer of all Siddhis. This incarnation of Maa Durga has a dark complexion like Kohl. The natives who perform Tantra Sadhana must wear black clothes while those who perform worship with due rituals should wear clothes of purple colour. Hence, the purple colour is considered to be sacred for this very day.

Blessings while Venerating Maa Kalratri

Performing worship and observing fast of Maa Kalratri on the seventh day of Navratri helps in eradicating fear, accidents and ailments. It is believed that one is not affected by Tantra Mantra and negative energy if worship of this incarnation of Maa Durga is performed on this very day. The worship is considered to be highly beneficial in controlling foes. As per astrology, Maa Kalratri controls Saturn and therefore, all the ill effects pertaining to this planet i.e. Saturn, fade away with the worship. Those who worship Maa Kalratri should observe purity of mind, body and words while restraining Yama and rules. With the worship, one gets rid of all the ills of mind such as lust, anger, ego and greed. There is no end to the blessings of Maa Kalratri. 

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