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Mata Uma (Katyaini) puja


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Uma Katyayini is the sixth kind amongst the Navadurga or the 9 types of Hindu mata Mata parvati or (Shakti)...
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About Mata Uma (Katyaini)

Uma Katyayini is the sixth kind amongst the Navadurga or the 9 types of Hindu mata Mata parvati or (Shakti), worshiped in the course of the Navratri celebrations. that is the second title given for Mata parvati in amarakosha, the Sanskrit lexicon. (uma katyayani gaouri mata kali haimavathi iiswari) In Shaktism she is related to the fierce types of Shakti or Durga, a Warrior mata, which additionally contains Bhadrakali and Chandika, and historically she is related to the color purple, as with Mata Durga, the primordial type of Shakti, a truth additionally talked about in Patanjali's Mahabhashya. She is first talked about within the Taittiriya Aranyaka a part of the Krishna Yajurveda. Skanda Purana mentions her being created out of the spontaneous anger of Gods, which finally led to slaying the devil, Mahishasura, mounted of the lion given to her by Mata Gauri. This event is well known throughout the annual Durga Puja pageant in most elements of India. she was born a daughter of Katyayan Rishi, born within the Katya lineage, thus referred to as Katyayani, "daughter of Katyayan" . Elsewhere in texts just like the Kalika Purana, it's talked about that it was Rishi Kaytyayan who first worshipped her, therefore she got here to generally known as 'Katyayani. In both case, she is an indication or apparition of the Durga, and is worshipped on the sixth day of Navratri festival. "When the gods had sought Load vishnu of their misery, he, and at his command Lord shiva, Lord brahma, and the opposite gods, emitted such flames from their eyes and countenances mountain of effulgence was fashioned, from which turned manifest Katyayini, refulgent as a thousand suns, having three eyes, black hair, and eighteen arms. Siva gave her his trident, Load vishnu a Sudarshan Chakra or discus, Varuna a shankha, a conch-shell, Agni a dart, Vayu a bow, Surya a quiver filled with arrows, Indra a thunderbolt, Kuvera a mace, Lord brahma a rosary and water-pot, Kala a defend and sword, Visvakarma a battle-axe and different weapons. Thus armed, and adored by the gods, Katyayini proceeded to the Vindhya hills. There, the asuras Chanda and Munda noticed her, and captivated by her magnificence they so described her to Mahishasura, their king, that he was anxious to acquire her. On asking for her hand, she advised him she have to be gained in fight. He got here, and fought; at size Durga dismounted from her lion, and sprang upon the again of Mahisha, who was within the type of a buffalo, and along with her tender toes so smote him on the pinnacle that he fell to the bottom mindless, when she minimize off his head along with her sword, and therefore was known as Mahishasuramardini, the Slayer of Mahishasura.

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