During the second day of Navratri, Goddess Brahmacharini means one who practices penance and she is a devoted student who lives in the ashram with the guru along with the students. While the word Brahma means and refers as (Tapa) penance and charini meaning a female flower, she is basically also known as Tapasyacharini, Parvati or Tapaswini. Goddess Maa Brahmacharini is the unmarried form of goddess Parvati, and she is usually identified as a form of goddess Durga in the second day of Navratri. She clutches and holds a rosary in her right hand and water utensil in her left hand. Maa Brahmacharini disciple and devotees are content and pleased with good worth, high merit, harmony, concern, sympathy, peace, gladness, wealth, nobility, and goodness.
Puja vidhi –
At the time of performing puja make out a proper arrangement of her bath in which you require flowers, roli, sandalwood, akshat, milk, curd, sugar, honey, and apart from it prescribed paan and supari after that pray to your Ishta Devta and Navagrahas.
The time of worship goddess Brahmacharini have flowers on your hand and chant the mantra which is mention below:
Idhana Kadpadmabhyamshmalak Kamandalu
Devi Prasidtu Mayi Brahmacharinyanuttma
After chant and recite of this mantra which is mention above give a bath to the goddess Brahmacharini with panchamrit which is a mixture of five foods used in Hindu worship and puja, usually sugar, milk, honey, ghee, and yogurt. After that and after giving a bath to the goddess Brahmacharini prescribed different- different types of flowers, sindoor, and akshat. It is alleged and assumed that the goddess Brahmacharini is loving hibiscus and lotus flower. So offer them a garland of out of these all the flowers and perfume and perform Aarti.
Goddess Brahmacharini Stotra Path
Tapashcharini Twahi Tapatray Nivarneem
Brahmaroopdhara Brahmacharini Pranmaamyaham
Shankarpriya Twahi Bhuktimukti Dayini
Shanintda Gyaanda Brahmacharinipranmaamyaham.
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