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(Siddheshwari Devi)
 "Goddess of Supernatural Powers or Siddhis"

  • In the enchanting realm of Kashi Khand, a sacred journey unfolds during the glorious festival of Navratri. Here, devotees are summoned to immerse themselves in the worship of the divine Durga Devi for nine consecrated days.

  • As the mystical month of September-October embraces the land, a momentous occasion awaits. On the ninth day of Navratri, fervent believers gather to venerate the illustrious Siddheshwari Devi. Within her essence lies the embodiment of Maa Durga's ninth form, Siddhi Dhatri, the bestower of all miraculous powers upon her devoted followers.

  • Delve into the ancient scriptures and discover a tapestry of Siddhis, mystical attainments mentioned in various Puranas. Legend has it that even the mighty Lord Shiva, blessed by Siddhi Dhatri, attained mastery over these supernatural gifts. As a testament to their union, half of his divine form took the shape of the resplendent Goddess, earning him the name Ardha Narishwar.

  • Radiating with divine grace, Maa Siddhi Dhatri manifests with four majestic arms, each carrying a symbol of significance. Mounted upon a regal lion, she rests upon a delicate lotus blossom. In her lower right hand, a celestial chakra gleams, while an elevated mace clasps her upper right hand. A melodious conch shell adorns her lower left hand, and a captivating lotus graces her upper left hand.

  • The devotees who seek her benevolence are liberated from the shackles of sorrow, ultimately finding salvation. Having reveled in the abundant joys of existence, they emerge blessed and unburdened, their spirits forever touched by the divine presence of Siddhi Dhatri.

Siddheshwari Devi is worshipped on the 9th day of Navratri.

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Siddhidhatri Devi
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