7th Day of Navratri: Kalratri Mata- puja vidhi, colour, samagri, timings

On the seventh day of Navratri, we honor Goddess Kaalratri, also known as Maa Kaali or Maha Kaali. She’s the seventh deity in the Navratri lineup and is famous for her formidable form. Worshipping her is believed to banish darkness and negativity from our lives. Devotees sing Maa Kaalratri’s Aarti with deep devotion on this day. It’s said that by doing this and listening to the Navratri Vrat Katha, we can conquer fears, negative influences, and sorrow.

By immersing yourself in the Aarti of Kaalratri Mata and absorbing the essence of the Navratri Vrat Katha on the seventh day, you can seek protection from the adversities and hardships that may haunt you. It is a powerful way to invoke the blessings of this fierce yet benevolent deity, ensuring that light triumphs over darkness in your life. In this article we have given the mata’s arti , color to wear on this day and puja vidhi

Kalratri Mata

7th Day of Navratri: Kalratri Mata

Goddess Kaalratri, worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri, is the fierce form of Goddess Durga. She’s the destroyer of demons, known to grant blessings and is also called Shubhankari. With a bold appearance, dark complexion, three bright, lightning-like eyes, and fiery breath, Maa Kaalratri is truly formidable.

Maa Kaalratri Mantra

Om Devi Kalaratryai Namah!

Karalvadnam ghoram muktkeshi chaturbhjam. Kaal Ratrim karalikaam divyam vidyutmala vibhushitam

Maa Kaalratri Pujan Vidhi

On the seventh day of Navratri, devotees begin by bathing and wearing fresh, clean clothes. They perform the Kalash Puja to please Kaalratri Mata, the seventh goddess of Navratri. After that, they invoke all the gods and goddesses and then worship Maa Kalratri, followed by honoring Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma.

Goddess Kaalratri is particularly pleased with red Champa flowers. To please her, offer milk, kheer, and sweets. Apply a tilak of red sandalwood, saffron, or kumkum on the idol of Kalratri Mata and burn incense or dhoop. The seventh day of Navratri is significant for Tantra Sadhna, attracting Sadhaks and Tantriks. Chanting the name of Kaalratri Mata is believed to invoke fear in malevolent forces. Maa Kalratri can help remove obstacles related to planetary influences and dispel fears of fire, water, animals, enemies, and the night.

Maha Kaalratri pooja – Timmings

Maha Saptami will start at 08:46 pm on October 1 and end on 06:47 pm on October 02.
The auspicious timings Brahma Muhurta on this day is – 04.43 am – 05.31 am.
Abhijeet Muhurta – 11.52 am – 12.40 pm

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