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A form of goddess Parvati

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Brahmacharini: A form of goddess Parvati
Brahmacharini means a devoted female student who lives in an Ashrama with her Guru along with other students. It is also the name of the second aspect of the goddess Durga (Parvati). The goddess is worshipped on the second day of Navratri. The goddess Brahmacharini wears white clothes, holds a japa mala (rosary) in her right hand and Kamandal, a water utensil in her left hand.

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Watch: Morning 'aarti' performed at Jhandewala Temple on 2nd day of Navratri [Video]

Watch: Morning 'aarti' performed at Jhandewala Temple on 2nd day of Navratri

Morning 'aarti' was performed at Delhi's Jhandewala Temple on October 18. It marked the second day of Navratri Puja. On the second day, Brahmacharini form of Goddess Parvati is worshipped. Navratri..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:14Published

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