SHRI DURGA KAVACH PDF

Hindu Gurus and Saints By Shri Gyan Rajhans is a widely published author of religious and spiritual books, including an English translation of the Bhagavad Gita for the younger generation. Sitting astride a lion or tiger, the multi-limbed Durga battles the forces of evil in the world. Durga is sometimes referred to as Durgatinashini, which literally translates into "the one who eliminates sufferings. In most depictions, she has between eight and 18 arms and holds a symbolic object in each hand.

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Hindu Gurus and Saints By Shri Gyan Rajhans is a widely published author of religious and spiritual books, including an English translation of the Bhagavad Gita for the younger generation. Sitting astride a lion or tiger, the multi-limbed Durga battles the forces of evil in the world.

Durga is sometimes referred to as Durgatinashini, which literally translates into "the one who eliminates sufferings. In most depictions, she has between eight and 18 arms and holds a symbolic object in each hand. Her left eye represents desire, symbolized by the moon; her right eye represents action, symbolized by the sun; and her middle eye stands for knowledge, symbolized by fire. Her Weaponry Durga carries a variety of weapons and other items that she uses in her fight against evil.

Each has a symbolic meaning important to Hinduism; these are the most significant: The conch shell symbolizes the Pranava or the mystic word Om , which indicates her holding on to God in the form of sound. The bow and arrows represent energy. By holding the bow and arrows both in one hand, Durga demonstrates her control over both aspects of energy—potential and kinetic. Just as a real bolt of lightning can destroy anything it strikes, Durga reminds Hindus to attack a challenge without losing confidence.

The lotus in Sanskrit is called Pankaj, which means "born of mud," reminding the faithful to stay true to their spiritual quest amid the worldly mud of lust and greed. The Sudarshan-Chakra or beautiful discus, which spins around the index finger of the Goddess, signifies that the entire world is subservient to the will of Durga and is at her command. She uses this unfailing weapon to destroy evil and produce an environment conducive to the growth of righteousness.

The sword that Durga holds in one of her hands symbolizes knowledge, which has the sharpness of a sword. The trident or Trishul is a symbol of three qualities: Satwa inactivity , Rajas activity , and Tamas nonactivity. Deva uses these to alleviate physical, mental, and spiritual suffering.

Her bold pose is called Abhay Mudra, which means "freedom from fear. Holidays With its numerous deities, there is no end of holidays and festivals in the Hindu calendar.

The most notable festival in her honor is Durga Puja, a four-day celebration held in September or October, depending on when it falls on the Hindu lunisolar calendar.

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श्री दुर्गा कवच

Please listen to that, O Great Sage. Those who remember You with great devotion indeed have prosperity. They are wielding conch, discus, mace, plough, club, javelin, axe, noose, barbed dart, trident, bow and arrows. These Goddesses are wielding Their weapons for Destroying the bodies of demons, for the Protection of Their devotees and for the benefit of the Gods.

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