History of Kushmanda Devi
Kushmanda Mata is a Hindu goddess who is credited with creating the world with her divine smile. Followers of the Kalikula tradition consider her to be the fourth form of the Hindu goddess(देवी) Durga. Her name shows her main role: Ku means “small”, Usha means “hot” or “energy” and Anda means “cosmic egg”.
Kushmanda Devi is worshiped on the fourth day of the Navratri festival and is believed to improve health and increase wealth and power. Goddess Kushmanda Devi has eight hands and for this reason, she is also known as Ashtabhuja Devi. It is believed that all the power to make siddhis and funds superior is in their chanting beads.
He is said to have created the entire universe, which is called Brahmananda (Brahmananda) in Sanskrit, simply because of his mild smile. She also likes the white pumpkin earring known as Kushmanda (Kushmanda). She is famous as Goddess Kushmanda because of her association with the universe and Kushmanda.
Origin of Goddess Kushmanda Devi
It is about a time when the universe was no more than a void filled with darkness. There were no signs anywhere in the world. But then a ray of divine light, which is ever present, spreads everywhere, illuminating every void. This sea of light was formless. Suddenly, it began to take a certain shape, and eventually looked like a divine woman, who was none other than Kushmanda Devi herself. The universe was born due to the silent smile of Goddess Kushmanda. She was the one who produced the cosmic egg. His smile dispelled the entirety of darkness and thus created a new creation of the universe. He gave light and life to the entire universe with his silent smile. Earth, planets, sun, stars and galaxy were all brought into existence. But to sustain life, the world required the Sun God. Therefore, the goddess centered herself among the sun and she became the necessary energy and light for life. The Sun gives life to the world and Goddess Kushmanda is the source of the power and total energy of the Sun when she is at the core of the Sun God. This was to create a balance in the universe and to give life to all living beings by the rays of the sun, their power gives the sun the ability to give life to all, because it is power itself.
Kushmanda Devi worship
Kushmanda Mata is worshiped on the 4th day of the festival of Navratri and is believed to improve health and increase wealth and power.
Kushmanda Devi Mantra
सुरासम्पूर्णकलशं रुधिराप्लुतमेव च। दधाना हस्तपद्माभ्यां कूष्माण्डा शुभदास्तु मे॥
Surasampurnakalams Rudhiraplutmev Ch. In Dadhana Hastpadmabhyam Kushmanda Shubhadastu
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