New Delhi, Sep 27, 2017: The 7th day of Navaratri is dedicated to Maa Kalratri, the seventh avatar of Maa Durga, Kaal means time and death and Kaalratri means the one who is the death of Kaal.
She has dark Krishna (Black) complexion and her appearance is extremely fearful. Her large red eyes, open red tougue and sobre on hand violenty demolish devils and monesters. She is also glorified with name ‘Kali Maa’. However, appearance of Maa Kalratri is so dreadful, but her grace is generous toward devotees.
Worshipping Maa Kalaratri on the seventh day gives abundant fruitful result. With her grace, devotees get power, position and eminent status on earth. She protects her devotees against evil influence of demons and wrong people. Worshiping her devotees get complete protection and long life.
During Navratri, Saptami Poojan of Devi Kalratri is considered as Maha Pooja or great worship of Goddess Durga. Delighting this deity, devotees certainly get enormous happiness, power and comforts in life. Maa Kalratri is Worshiped to destroy agony of awry influence from life of mankind. On the seventh day of Navratri Pooja, Saptami fast is observed to please this deity.
Tantra-mantra practices are also performed and accomplished under blessings of this Goddess. Seventh day of Navratri pooja is envisaged as one of the great days in Durga Pooja. Worship Maa Kalaratri on the seventh day of Navratri Pooja and obtain her enormous grace. Jai Maa Kalratri!