Navratri Third Day - Mata Chandraghanta ki Katha, the third form of the nine powers of Maa Durga, is worshiped on the third day of Navratri. She is called Chandraghanta because of the crescent moon on the head of the mother.
Navratri ke chaturth din, Maa Kushmanda ji ki pooja ki jati hai. yah Mata Shakti ka 4th svaroop hai, jinhen soory ke samaan tejasvee maana gaya hai. Maa ke svaroop kee vyaakhya kuchh is prakaar hai, Devi kushmaanda va unakee aath bhujaen hamen karmayogee jeevan apanaakar tej arjit karane kee prerana detee hain
Skandmata Navratri Katha/Kahani There was a demon named Tarakasur. Whose death was possible only from the son of Shiva. Then Mother Parvati took the form of Skanda Mata to train her son Lord Skanda for war and she trained Lord Skanda for war.
Maa Katyayini, Sixth form of the Maa Durga, is worshiped on the sixth day of Navratri. Devotees get Meaning, Dharma, Kama, and Moksha very easily through their worship and worship. Mata Katyayani is also called Mahishasurmardini.
Sidhkunjikastrotam Siddha kunjika Stotram path, Mata Durga saptshati ka Ek path hai, which is a very powerful mantra, Siddha Kunjika Stotra should be performed with utmost care. It can be included in daily worship. But if you are doing it as a ritual or for any wish, then you have to take some precautions.
Shiva Stuti by Adi Shankaracharya - Salutations to Shiva, who has a necklace of snakes in his throat, who has three eyes, who has been consumed with ashes and whose clothes are the directions, the imperishable Maheshwar.