Maa Skandmata is The Fifth Form of Goddess Maa Durga

Maa Skandmata
Maa Skandmata

“Maa Skandmata” is The Fifth Form of “Goddess Maa Durga”

(“Maa Skandmata”) Navadurga in Devanagari: नवदुर्गा, the nine forms of Goddess Durga,the worship of great manifestation of Goddess Durga, in Her nine different aspects. These nine forms of Goddess Durga (Śhailaputrī, Brahmachāriṇī, Chandraghaṇṭā, Kuṣhmāṇḍā, Skandamātā, Kātyāyanī, Kālarātrī, Mahāgaurī & Siddhidātrī) these different form of Durga  together worshipped during this Navrātri. Each goddess has a different significance. It is believed that if Nava Durgā,is worshipped with religious devotion then it is believed, that one achieved the spiritual fulfillment. This nine days of Navratri devotees specially females dressed in nine different colours dress, begins with color Blue, 2nd day Yellow, 3rd day Green, 4th day Purple, 5th day Orange, 6th day White, 7th day Red, 8th day Royal Blue and last is 9th day Pink. During Navratri 9 Female childs are worshipped in the form of Kumari Puja, These Girl childs represent the symbol of Goddess Durga.


Skandamata is said to be the mother of Skandaalso called as Lord Kartikeya. God has chosen Skandaas commander-in-chief to fight in the war against the demons. Goddess Skandamata is worshipped on the fifth day of Navaratri. Skandamatais worship for her pure and divine nature,The image of Godess Skanda is seen to be seated on a lotus, and she has four limbs and three eyes. In her one hand Godessholds her infant Skanda and a lotus in another hand. With her one arm, she grants blessings to devotees. This image of Godess skandamata is very beautiful and magnificent.