Durga Stuti Mantras ‘Shri Durga Ashtottara Shatanamavali Stotram’
Imbued with divinity and devoutness, Shri Durga Ashtottara Shatanamavali Stotram, is the chanting of hundred and eight names of Goddess Durga, sung in the charismatic voice of contemporary mystic master, Anandmurti Gurumaa. This magnificent hymn with captivating music impregnates the mind and soul with serenity and bliss. These 108 names depict the versatility and vivacity of Goddess Durga, followed by chanting of mantra ‘Shri Durgayayi Namah’ adds the touch of contemplative mood to it. As you delve in this soulful chanting, you experience the entrancing tranquility which calms the mind and evokes intense love and devotion in the heart. This hymn commemorates Goddess Durga who is synonymous to Shakti, pertains to that divine consciousness which resides in its silent & abstract form in every living being. So get ready to drench in this shower of bliss and placidity and let this mellow-dipped melodic chants add sweet flavor to your life.
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During the Indian festival of Navratri, Goddess Durga is worshiped in nine forms.
Day one of Navratri — Kalasha Sthapana (Kalasha Pooja)– Shailaputri Puja
Day Two of Navratri — Preeti Dwitiya — Brahmacharini Puja
Day Three of Navaratri — Chandrakanta pooja or Chandraghanta puja
Day Four of Navaratri — Kushmanda pooja
Day Five of Navratri — Skandamata Puja — Lalitha Panchami
Day Six of Navratri — Katyayani Puja — Maha Shashti or Durga Shashti
Day Seven of Navratri — Kaalratri Pooja — Durga Saptami or Maha Sapthami
Day Eight of Navaratri — Maha Gauri Pooja — (Durgashtami Puja/Maha Ashtami/Veerashtami)
Day Nine of Navaratri — Siddhidatri Puja — (Mahanavami/Maharnavami or Durga Navami)
Day Ten of Navratri — Aparajitha Puja or Shami Pooja — Vijaya Dashami or Dasara