Maa Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Goddess Durga worshiped in Navaratri.

Maa Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Goddess Durga Kushmanda-Navadurga-Hindu-Goddesses-and-Deities1worshiped in Navaratri. The last among the nine forms of Maa Shakti is Goddess Siddhidatri who is worshiped on the ninth or final day of Navratri.

‘Siddhi’ is a Sanskrit term which means ‘perfection’. Goddess Siddhidatri has four arms. She holds a Chakra in her right lower hand and a mace in the upper. In the left lower hand there is a conch and in her upper left hand a lotus flower. She is seated on a lotus flower with the lion as her mount.Maa-Siddhidatri

The Goddess Siddhidatri is capable of giving all sorts of occult powers and is also the possessor of 26 different wishes to grant her worshipers.

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