Skandamata is worshiped on the fifth day of Navratri. The devotees who worship Mother Mother, Mother of the Mother, receive happiness and good luck.
Skandamata is worshiped on the fifth day of Navratri. Devotees who worship Mother Skandmata get happiness and good luck. Due to being the mother of Goddess Lord Skanda, the commander of Devasur Sangram, the mother of Durga is known by the name of Skanda Mata. Skanda Mata teaches us that life itself is a devout war between good and evil and we are our own generals. We continue to get the strength of military operation. Therefore, Skandamata should be worshiped. On this day the mind of the seeker should be located in the pure chakra, so that meditation can concentrate. It gives strength and happiness. All the wishes of the devotee are fulfilled with the worship of Mother Skandamata, and in this decease only he experiences ultimate peace and happiness.
The story of Mother Skandmata
Mata Durga’s motherhood is dedicated to Mother Skanda Mata. According to the Puranas, Kartikeya (Devasur Sangram) Kartikeya i.e. Skand Kumar became the Chief of the Gods and gave the victory to the Gods in the war between the Gods and the Ashuras. Due to being aboard Kumar, Shaktiphar and Peacock, Meurvahan is also called. This name of Mother Durga was due to being the mother of Mr. Skand (Kartikeya). The devotees who worship Mother Mother Skanda Mata get happiness and good luck.
Nature of Mother Skintmata
There are four sides of Skandamata. The lower side of their right side, which is rising upwards, has lotus flower in it. Lotus flowers are also taken in the upper arm on the verandah in the vermilion and the lower side which is rising upwards. Their character is completely white. They sit on the lotus seat. That is why they are also called Padmasana Devi. Lion is also his vehicle.
Goddess Skandamata is worshipped by chanting the following Mantra’s:
सिंघासनगता नित्यम पद्माश्रितकरद्वया |
शुभदास्तु सदा देवी स्कन्द माता यशश्विनी ||
Siṅghāsanagatā nityama padmāśritakaradvayā |
śubhadāstu sadā dēvī skanda mātā yaśaśvinī ||