Paper Mache Golu Doll Navadurga kolu Set for Navaratri golu padi Gift on Diwali Religious showpiece

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  • 9 forms of Durga are separately made by artisans and made of quality paper mache material.
  • Each doll measures 9 inch Height. approximate length of doll:4.5″ width of doll:3.5 inch
  • The nine forms of Mata Durga which is worshipped during Navratri are: Shailputri on Pratipada; Brahmacharini on Dwitiya; Chandarghanta on Tritiya; Kushmanda on Chaturthi; Skand Mata on Panchami; Katyayani on Shashthi; Kaalratri on Saptami; Mahagauri on Ashtami and Siddhidatri on Navami
  • Navadurga set if placed in a golu stand or golu padi it attracts the devotees of Ma Durga.
  • Weight of the dolls set: 1950 gram

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The nine individual form of Durga are made into a set as Navadurga. Navadurga set is made of paper mache material. Navadurga is a form of “Shakti”. The evolution of Shri Maha Saraswati, Shri Maha Laxmi and Shri Mahakali (the 3 main forms of “Shakti”) took place from Shri Brahma, Shri Vishnu and Shri Mahesh respectively. Each of these 3 deities gave rise to 3 more forms and hence in all, these 9 forms together are known as Navadurga. Navadurga also spelled Navdurga and Navadurgas, are nine manifestations and forms of Durga in Hinduism, especially worshipped during Navaratri and Durga Puja. Navadurga: The 9 Divine Forms of Maa Durga.Names of 9 forms of Maa Durga are Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayini, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidhatri.These nine forms of Durga are worshipped during the Navaratri.Each goddess has a different form and a special significance. Nava Durgā, if worshipped with religious fervour during Navaratri, it is believed, to bestow spiritual fulfillment.Navarātri – नवरात्रि – is a great, nine day, festival in India, in which goddess Durgā is worshiped in her nine different manifestations. The word Navarātri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and rātri meaning nights. During these nine nights and ten days of devotion, nine different forms of Durgā are worshiped. The 10th day is commonly referred to as Vijaya-dashami or Dussehra.

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