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Goddess Maa Durga Idol

Goddess Maa Durga Idol

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What are the positive effects of placing Maa Durga Idol in the house?

Considered as the root cause of creation, sustenance and destruction, Durga is the principal form of the Mother Goddess in Hinduism. The name ‘Durga’ means ‘invincible’ in Sanskrit. The syllable ‘du’ is synonymous with the 4 devils namely poverty, suffering, famine and bad habits. ‘R’ means disease and ‘G’ is the destroyer of sin, injustice, unrighteousness, cruelty and laziness. The Hindu Goddess Maa Durga Idol is a unified symbol of all divine powers and is said to have appeared when evil forces threatened the existence of the gods. In order to destroy these demons, all the gods offered their glory to their creation and each created different parts of Durga’s body.

He also received very powerful weapons, such as the Chakra from Lord Vishnu and the Trishul (trident) from Lord Shiva. Hence, Goddess Durga rose to power and killed the dangerous demon Mahisha and all his great generals. Demonic forces are self-destructive but very powerful whereas divine forces are creative but slow and efficient. When demonic forces create an imbalance, all the deities unite with a single divine force called Shakti or Durga or Mahishasuramardini to eliminate all evil.

Many arms of Maa Durga:

The consort of Lord Shiva is portrayed as having eight or ten hands. These represent the eight quadrants or ten directions in Hinduism. This demonstrates that she protects the devotees from all directions.

Three eyes of Maa Durga:

Like Shiva, Durga is also called “Tryambake” meaning the three-eyed goddess. The left eye represents desire (moon), the right eye represents action (sun), and the central eye represents knowledge (fire).

Lion, the vehicle of Maa Durga:

Leo represents strength, will and determination. Durga riding a lion symbolizes the mastery of the goddess over all these qualities. Maa Durga Idol is depicted standing on a lion in the fearless posture of “Abhaya Mudra” which signifies the assurance of freedom from fear. It appears that the Universal Mother is saying to all Her devotees: “Surrender all actions and duties to Me and I will free you from all fears”.

Benefits of placing maa durga idol in house:

  1. The ‘conch’ in Durga’s hand symbolizes ‘Pranava’ or the mystic word ‘Om’, which signifies the holding of the Lord in the form of sound.
  2. The ‘bow and arrow’ represent energy. Holding both a bow and arrow in one hand, “Maa Durga” indicates her control over both aspects of energy – potential and kinetic.
  3. ‘Vajra’ is a symbol of perseverance. One should be firm in his conviction like a thunderbolt. Like the thunderbolt that can break anything it strikes without being affected itself, the devotee must face a challenge without losing his confidence.
  4. The ‘lotus’ in Durga’s hand is not fully blossomed which symbolizes the certainty of success, but not finality.
  5. The “Sudarshan-Chakra” which revolves around the index finger of the Goddess signifies that the whole world is under Durga’s will and is at her command. She uses this infallible weapon to destroy evil and create an environment conducive to the growth of righteousness.
  6. The ‘sword’ that Durga holds in one hand is the symbol of knowledge, which has the edge of a sword.
  7. Durga’s ‘Trishul’ or ‘Trident’ symbolizes the three gunas – Sattva (passivity), Rajas (activity) and Tamas (non-activity) – and she is the remover of all three kinds of suffering – physical, mental and spiritual.
  8. Durga presents herself as the mother of all the worlds, keeping account of the welfare and prosperity of all beings. To awaken the Goddess, the embodiment of the active side of the divine “Shakti” energy of Lord Shiva, many mantras are chanted throughout the year and especially during Navratri.
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