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The ninth and the last day of Navratri festivities end with the worship of the ninth manifestation of the Goddess Durga, the Goddess Siddhidatri.
'Siddhi' means 'achievements' or 'perfection' and 'datri' means 'the one who gives'. So, when Maa Siddhidatri is revered by her devotees with full faith, then she blesses them with powers and positive energy.
In her physical appearance, Maa Siddhidatri sits on a lotus flower. She has four arms. In her right upper hand, she holds chakra and in her right lower hand, a mace (gada). She holds a lotus flower in her left lower hand and a conch shell (shankh) in her left upper hand.
So, I am Hindu by religion for the society, however, for me, humanity is the only religion in which I can find a peaceful place!
God is one! God is everywhere! Be it in the form of Ram, Waheguru, Allah, Jesus and many more!
So by writing about this, I do not want to make fun of Hindu religion, after all, it is about someone's strong conviction!
But the main point which requires attention is the intension of people!
On the last day of Navratri, it becomes a race of pleasing Mata Rani and therefore, It becomes more of a task!
To show love for God needs no boundaries, no time limits and above all no conditions!
God would be more happier when you feed children on the roads/footpaths and not when you get into the race of pleasing!
No good purpose would be served!
So stop, think and act!
These actions will not take our lives anywhere!
Jai Mata di!
I say it with heart!
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