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Fourth day of Navratri: Goddess Kushmanda is worshipped today

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KATHMANDU: OCT. 10 – Goddess Kushmanda is being worshiped on the fourth day of Navratri today. There is a tradition of worshiping the nine forms of Nava Durga along with Ghatsthapana.

Hindus worship Goddess Kushmanda on this day through Vedic rituals. The worship method of the fourth day of Navratri, which started from the day of Ghatsthapana, is similar to that of Ghatsthapana. The Jamara kept on the day of Ghatsthapana is irrigated in the early morning after self-purification with the holy water brought from the river.

On the fourth day, Kushmanda Goddess is worshiped and Mahakali, Mahalaxmi and Mahasaraswati are worshiped as the eternal power by worshipping with the Pancha Pallava in a water-filled urn. According to our religion and culture, the urn contains all the deities, the sea, the seven islands, all the rivers and shrines.

On the first day of Dashain, Shailaputri is worshiped, on the second day Brahmacharini, on the third day Chandraghanta, on the fourth day Kushmanda, on the fifth day Skandamata, on the sixth day Katyayani, on the seventh day Kalratri, on the eighth day Mahagauri and on the ninth day Siddhidatri. It is customary to celebrate Dashain from Ashwin Shukla Pratipada to the full moon.

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