Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Jagadhatri Puja

Jagadhatri Puja

Jagadhatri Puja is a major sociocultural event that is more common in Bengal than the other part of India. The word Jagaddhatri literally means, protector of the world. Durga, the feminine aspect is most often depicted as a warrior goddess with 10 arms who rides a tiger or a lion. Her name means invincible.


Hindus believe that she protects all from the misery and destruction of thoughts such as jealousy, hatred and pride. According to Hinduism Durga svātantrya is located in the state of things or independent self-sufficient and compassion. When Durga stands before the great battles are full of courage and patience, and never loses her sense of humor. Durga can take on other names like Parvati, Ambika, and Kali.

Durga is the mother of Ganesha, who is the master of intelligence and wisdom, Kartikeya, Lakshmi the embodiment of beauty, abundance, generosity, and above all the wealth and wealth and Saraswati Guardian of the Earth. Durga wears red because that color symbolizes action. This means that the Goddess is always committed to the protection from evil, pain and suffering.

Its always on the side of a tiger symbolizing unlimited power. When she is on top of the grain you're saying that his strength is unlimited. His way of arms 10 means the 10 earthly incarnation of Vishnu. Moreover, Durga door in his hands the first shell that symbolizes the sound AUM, the sound that created the universe and the diversity of weapons in their hands in order to kill the various monsters and thoughts. The lotus flower symbolizes charged overcome, strength and success.

1 comment:

  1. Dazzling, beautiful, glitzy! Lovely photo to show us your culture!

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