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Kashi Navgauri Yatra

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Navgauri Yatra

Explore the divine city of Kashi, known as the abode of Lord Shiva, believed to be situated on his trident. Inseparable from Lord Shiva, Goddess Gauri graces this sacred land, manifesting in her Nav Gauri forms to bless her devotees.

Auspicious and highly revered, the first day of Vasantik Navratri offers a special opportunity to witness the divine form of Goddess Gauri. By catching a glimpse of her during this auspicious occasion, devotees seek profound blessings of happiness, prosperity, peace, and absolution from their sins.

Immerse yourself in the divine energy of Kashi, where Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri bestow their blessings upon the faithful. Embrace the auspiciousness of Vasantik Navratri and experience the transformative power of witnessing the divine presence of Goddess Gauri.

 Mukhnirmalika Gauri

Mukhnirmalika Gauri

The worship of the nine forms of Goddess Durga during Vasantik Navratri holds great spiritual significance. On the first day (pratipada) of Navratri, a large number of devotees flock to Kashi to pay homage to Goddess Mukhnirmalika Gauri. According to a belief, when Lord Shiva chose Kashi as his abode, Goddess Gauri accompanied him to bless her devotees in this holy city. 

Since then, it is widely believed that Goddess Mukhnirmalika Gauri bestows blessings upon her devotees while residing in Kashi. It is firmly believed that those who worship Mukhnirmalika Gauri will be bestowed with abundant happiness and prosperity in their lives.

Jyeshta Gauri

Jyeshta Gauri

The second day of Vasantik Navratri is devoted to honoring the divine form of Goddess Jyeshtha Gauri, a manifestation of Goddess Gauri. On this auspicious day, a considerable number of devotees make their way to Kashi to offer their worship to Goddess Jyeshtha Gauri. It is widely believed that those who visit Kashi and have the privilege of beholding the divine presence of Goddess Jyeshtha Gauri will attain elevated positions in their lives.

Saubhagya Gauri

Saubhagya Gauri

On the third day of Vasantik Navratri, devotees venerate the divine form of Goddess Saubhagya Gauri, one of the revered forms of Goddess Gauri. This particular form of Goddess Gauri holds special significance and is explicitly mentioned in religious scriptures. It is firmly believed that through the worship of Goddess Saubhagya Gauri, devotees can attain abundant happiness and prosperity in their lives.

Shringar Gauri

Shringar Gauri

On the fourth day of Vasantik Navratri, Goddess Shringar Gauri is venerated. The temple dedicated to her opens its doors to devotees solely once a year, precisely on the fourth day of Vasantik Navratri, under the administration's facilitation.

A multitude of devotees throng to the temple on this propitious day to offer their worship and seek a glimpse of Goddess Shringar Gauri. It is strongly believed that those who worship her receive abundant happiness and prosperity in their lives in diverse forms.

 Vishalakshi Gauri

Vishalakshi Gauri

Goddess Vishalakshi Gauri is revered on the fifth day of Vasantik Navratri. The temple dedicated to Goddess Vishalakshi is located at Vishal Tirtha in the Dharmakoop area, near Mir Ghat. It is strongly believed that those who bathe in Vishal Tirtha and worship Goddess Vishalakshi Gauri will receive the blessings of the benevolent Goddess Lakshmi. This divine intervention fulfills their desires and bestows prosperity upon them in both the earthly and spiritual realms.

Furthermore, it is believed that worshipping Vishalakshi Gauri can bring about the blessings of children for women who are unable to conceive. Additionally, it is thought to pave the way for a life filled with wealth and good health.

Lalita Gauri

Lalita Gauri

As per the 70th chapter of Kashi Khand, the sixth day of Vasantik Navratri is dedicated to the worship of Lalita Gauri. The renowned Lalita Gauri Temple, also known as Lalita Mata Temple, is situated on Lalita Ghat. Lalita Gauri is believed to safeguard the vicinity of Lalita Tirtha and triumph over any obstacles encountered by her devotees. Through the worship of Lalita Gauri, everything in life is said to become graceful and refined.

Bhavani Gauri

Bhavani Gauri

Goddess Bhavani Gauri is venerated on the seventh day of Vasantik Navratri. It is believed that by worshipping Goddess Bhavani Gauri and bathing in the sacred Bhavani Teerth, devotees can rid their lives of obstacles and calamities. The divine presence of Goddess Bhavani Gauri is said to eliminate fear from the lives of devotees, allowing them to attain happiness and prosperity.

Mangala Gauri

Mangala Gauri

According to the narrative recounted in the 49th chapter of Kashi Khand, the eighth day of Vasantik Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Mangala Gauri, the eighth form of Goddess Gauri. As described in the legend from Kashi Khand, Surya Dev (the Sun God) performed intense penance at Panchnad Teerth (Panchganga Ghat) and established a Shivlinga and an idol of Goddess Gauri there. Pleased with his devotion, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati appeared before him and granted him the boon of their presence. Lord Shiva established himself there, accompanied by Goddess Gauri (a form of Goddess Parvati).

It is believed that by worshiping Goddess Mangala Gauri, devotees are bestowed with abundant happiness and prosperity in their lives. This divine connection to Goddess Mangala Gauri brings forth blessings that enrich various aspects of their existence.

Mahalakshmi Gauri

Mahalakshmi Gauri

As per the 70th chapter of Kashi Khand, the final day of Vasantik Navratri is dedicated to Mahalakshmi Gauri. The Mahalakshmi Gauri temple in Varanasi is situated in the Luxa Area of Lakshmi Kund.

It is mentioned in Kashi Khand that this entire region is the esteemed Paramsiddhipad Mahapeetha. Among all the other Shaktipeeths in Kashi, Mahalaxmi Peeth holds immense power in bestowing all the siddhis (attainments) to its devotees. Worshiping Mahalaxmi Gauri is believed to grant devotees not only wealth but also the fulfillment of their desires.

By performing liberation rituals for ancestors and engaging in acts of charity within this area, one can attain lifelong prosperity and abundance.

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धर्म एव हतो हन्ति धर्मो रक्षति रक्षितः ⁠। तस्माद् धर्मं न त्यजामि मा नो धर्मो हतोऽवधीत् ⁠।⁠।⁠

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Pita swarga,Pita dharm ,Pita hi Param Tapo। Pitori pritima pannay, Priyantay sarva devata॥

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Prathame Narjita Vidya, Dvitiye Narjitam Dhanam । Trtiye Narjitam Punyam, Caturthe Kim Karisyati ॥

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alasasy kuto vidyaa , avidyasy kuto dhanam । adhanasy kuto mitram , amitrasy kutah sukham ॥

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एकवर्णं यथा दुग्धं भिन्नवर्णासु धेनुषु। तथैव धर्मवैचित्र्यं तत्त्वमेकं परं स्मृतम्॥

ekavarnan yathaa dugdham bhinnavarnaasu dhenushu। tathaiv dharmvaichitryan tattvmekan paran smriatam॥

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nirakshiraviveke hans aalasyam tvam ev tanushe chet। vishvasmin adhunaa any: kulavratan paalayishyati k:।।

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उत्तरं यत्समुद्रस्य हिमाद्रेश्चैव दक्षिणम् । वर्षं तद् भारतं नाम भारती यत्र संततिः ।।

Uttaraṃ yatsamudrasya himādreścaiva dakṣiṇam varṣaṃ tadbhārataṃ nāma bhāratī yatra santatiḥ

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अग्निशेषमृणशेषं शत्रुशेषं तथैव च | पुन: पुन: प्रवर्धेत तस्माच्शेषं न कारयेत् ||

agnisheshamriansheshan shatrusheshan tathaiv ch | punah: punah: pravardhet tasmaachsheshan n kaaryet ||

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