Navratri 2020 Day 7: On the occasion of Maha Saptami, See Maa Kalratri images, Mantra and Aarti's significance

Navratri 2020 Day 7 Maa Saptami is being celebrated for Maa Kalratri as she is one of the most powerful forms of NavDurga, and she is the destructive form of the goddess. Read on to know more about Navratri Day 7 significance of Maa Kalratri images, Mantras, and Aarti.

By Pratibha Pahariya, Updated : Oct 22, 2020 17:06 IST
Navratri 2020 Day 7: On the occasion of Maha Saptami, See Maa Kalratri images, Mantra and Aarti's significance
Navratri 2020 Day 7 is celebrated to seek blessing of Maa Kalratri

Navratri 2020 is being celebrated all across the nation, Devotees celebrate to seek the blessing of Maa Durga. The first nine days of Ashwin Shukla Paksha is dedicated to NavDurga. Navratri 2020 Day 7 is being celebrated to seek the blessing of Maa Kalratri. Let us know the significance of Maa Kalratri's Mantras, Images, and Aarti. 

This period is also referred to as Devi Paksha because it is celebrated to seek the blessing of NavDurga and her nine fearless forms. Devotees keep a fast on each of the nine days and worship one of the nine forms of Devi Maa. On the seventh day, i.e. the Maha Saptami, devotees worship Maa Kalratri. Here devotees can check Navratri 2020 Day 7 Significance of Maa Kalratri Mantras, Images, and Aarti: 

Mantras

"Om Bhurbhuva svah kalaraatri iha gaccha ihatisha

kalaratryai namah kalaratrimavahayami sthapayami

namah padhyadibhih pujanaambidhaaya"

This Maa Kalratri Mantra denotes that devotees ask Devi Maa to bless us with all the positivity and gracious health. Maa Kalratri is being celebrated on Maha Saptami of Navratri, and she signifies with the dark night and helps to bring courage to fight with the devils. 

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Maa Kalratri is being celebrated on Day 7 of Navratri

Stuti of Maa Kalratri:

"Om chandaviram chandamaayam

raktabija prabanjaniim

tam namaami cha devesim gayatrim pujayaamyaham"

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This mantra means that devotees bow down in front of Maa Kalratri to remove all the ego and anger from my mind. The word Om signifies mental peace and calm. 

After enchanting mantras, devotees were so much in Bhakti and they celebrate this festival with great joy. After dedicating yourself to Mantras, it is time to enchant the Aarti of Maa Kalratri on Maha Saptami i.e. the seventh day of Navratri. Let's recite Maa Kalratri Aarti on the auspicious occasion of Navratri 2020 day 7 :

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Maa Kalratri eliminates negativity from our mind and soul

Maa Kalratri Aarti:

कालरात्रि जय-जय-महाकाली.

काल के मुह से बचाने वाली.

दुष्ट संघारक नाम तुम्हारा.

महाचंडी तेरा अवतार.

पृथ्वी और आकाश पे सारा.

महाकाली है तेरा पसारा.

खड्ग खप्पर रखने वाली.

दुष्टों का लहू चखने वाली.

कलकत्ता स्थान तुम्हारा.

सब जगह देखूं तेरा नजारा.

सभी देवता सब नर-नारी.

गावें स्तुति सभी तुम्हारी.

रक्तदंता और अन्नपूर्णा.

कृपा करे तो कोई भी दुःख ना.

ना कोई चिंता रहे बीमारी.

ना कोई गम ना संकट भारी.

उस पर कभी कष्ट ना आवें.

महाकाली मां जिसे बचावे.

तू भी भक्त प्रेम से कह.

कालरात्रि मां तेरी जय.

After reciting the Aarti of Maa Kalratri on Navratri 2020 day 7, Maha Saptami is being celebrated as one of the most powerful days of NavDurga. The Goddess may bless us with all the integrity and faithfulness. People celebrate this day with great joy and prosperity. But due to pandemics, this Navratri feels incomplete as devotees can not meet with each other. Let's all celebrate this Maa MahaSaptami with great motivation and courage to fight the negativity.