As Durga Puja approaches, the excitement amongst the masses is unmatched. People get into preparations from a month before and Puja shopping is a major highlight of this period. Maa Durga is worshipped in her nine different forms and each form of Nav-Durga has its own importance and significance.
Maa Kalaratri is worshipped on Day 7 of the nine day festivities. She is black skinned with bountiful hair and 4 hands; 2 clutching a cleaver and a torch while the remaining two are in mudras of giving and protecting she is the seventh form of Nav-Durga. Maa Kalaratri is the destroyer of darkness and ignorance.
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