The festival of Navratri has started on October 17. October 18 is the second day of Navratri. Goddess Brahmacharini is worshiped on the second day. Brahma means penance and Charini means conduct. Brahmacharini means one who conducts penance. Nine forms of Durga are worshiped in Navratri and that includes Brahmacharini among them. It is said that the Goddess had done severe penance to get Lord Shiva as her husband and due to this difficult penance, the goddess was named Tapashcharini .ei. Brahmacharini.
This form is completely influencing. Goddess Brahmacharini always remains calm and disillusioned with the world and indulges in austerity. Along with this, due to harsh tenacity, there is a wonderful sharp and aura on her face. It is said that the Goddess has axes, garlands, and Kamandal, and she is considered to be the form of Sakshat Brahm. Goddess Durga is also called the icon of penance.
Worshiping Goddess Brahmacharini leads to the attainment. The person who worships the Goddess attains ease, in addition to this her desires are fulfilled.
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