Ugadi, falls in the month of Chaitra , Pratipada Shukla Paksha Thiti, a brighter side of the moon, is a benevolent uprising trend. Ugadi is also called "Samvatsarādi" or "Yugadi", is a festival based on calculation of onset of spring to one who follows "Sali-vahana Saka" i.e. Chandramana System, was once celebrated in 6th Century by Saint Varahamihira, is now religiously celebrated this day as "New Year" by the natives of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka. The word Ugadi or Yugadi is a Sanskrit word, where Yuga is "Age" and Adi means "New beginning", naming together "An age of new beginning", brings new joy, new hopes for the mankind and new beginning of spring season, a dual visionary, marks this day as "Yugadi" a supreme union.
Goddess Shailaputri – Purest Form of Goddess Durga
Goddess Shailaputri, mother of mountains, evolved out of powers of Trinity, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva, one who holds a trident and a lotus in her hands, riding her bull.
Goddess Brahmacharini - Endows With Marital Bliss & Moksha
Goodess Brahmacharini, mother of celibacy, is Goddess Parvati who underwent a severe penance to win the heart of Lord Shiva to marry him, have earned a name "Brahmacharini". On her right holds a rosary, on her left a water utensil, a severe attire of penance.
Goddess Chandraghanta - Battle Evils From All Directions
Goddess Chandraghanta is a reliever of all Sins, mental and physical sufferings, inflictions and hurdles, bless devotees with gracefulness, courage and strength, wore a bell shaped crescent moon, showing brightest path to the universe.