Navratri is worshiped on the second day of the Brahmacharini (2nd Form of Navdurga) form of Mother Shakti. The name of this form of Mother is a religious story behind being Brahmacharini. Indeed when Mother Shakti was born as the daughter of the king of the land of Himalayas and Lord Shiva received penance for getting the shape, then due to her intense penance she got the name of Brahmacharini and asceticism.
In this form of his Mother, Mother took Bholainath‘s attention for thousands of years. Then during the tenacity for several thousand years, the mother took only fruits and flowers. Tough tenacity and fasting In many texts describing the mother’s glory, it has been told that the mother continued to worship in sunshine, rain and storm-storm. Even when the Lord was not pleased, the mother kept herself drunk by eating dried bilva and for several thousand years, she kept herself devoted to the Lord’s devotion.
Due to this deep penance, the mother became very weak. Then the mother got the boon of receiving Lord Shiva as her husband. The mother returned home to her father by completing her penance.
Brahmacharni Dhyana Mantra:
Vande Vanchhitalabhaya Chandrardhakritashekharam।
Japamala Kamandalu Dhara Brahmacharini Shubham॥
Gauravarna Swadhishthanasthita Dwitiya Durga Trinetram।
Dhawala Paridhana Brahmarupa Pushpalankara Bhushitam॥
Parama Vandana Pallavaradharam Kanta Kapola Pina।
Payodharam Kamaniya Lavanayam Smeramukhi Nimnanabhi Nitambanim॥