Goddess Chandraghanta is the third form of mighty Durga among nava avatars of Durga. She is the one who possesses a half-moon formed like a bell. She carries an open third eye which implies that she is always ready to fight the evil powers and demons. Goddess Chandraghanta is the married aspect of Durga, and her consort is commanding Lord Shiva. She is golden-hued in complexion. She has ten hands, and in each, she carries a weapon that symbolizes her power and courage. The supreme divinity carries a Trishul, bow, lotus, kamandal, arrow, sword. She carries a Japa mala in her hand, and her hands are symbolised in Abhaya and Gyan mudra. Goddess Chandraghanta is the most graceful and bravest incarnation of goddess Durga.
All the manifestations of Lord Shiva are accompanied by divine energy known as Shakti. Shiva Maha Purana describes that in the Chandraghanta aspect, she is the Shakti of Lord Shiva in his Chandrashekhara form. It is said that when the Goddess Chandraghanta used to come to the battlegrounds, abnormal bell sounds used to haunt the battlefields. After hearing the heavy bell sounds, demons used to thunder in fear and fled away from the ground before fighting; such was the terror of mighty Devi. Goddess Chandraghanta in Puranas and Vedic scriptures is described as the divine energy who fights all the odds and enemies.
In Goddess Chandraghanta Homam, a complete setup is arranged. A fire kund containing sacrificial fire is lighted. Priests chant verses, mantras and slokas in admiration of Goddess Chandraghanta. Her energies and auras are brought into the Homam, and all the blessings of supreme Devi come to you at your place.
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