Goddess Siddhidatri is the ninth form of the Goddess Durga. The meaning of her name is that Siddhi means supernatural power or meditative ability, and Dhatri means giver or awarder. She is worshipped on the ninth day of Navaratri, she fulfills all the divine aspirations.
Goddess Siddhidatri is served among the eight supernatural powers or the siddhis namely, Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakambya, Ishitva and Vashitva. Anima means to reduce one's body to the size of an atom. Mahima means to expand one's body to an infinitely large size. Garima means becoming infinitely heavy. Laghima means becoming almost weightless. Prapti means having unrestricted access to all places. Prakambya means to realize whatever one’s desire. Ishitva means to possess absolute lordship and Vashitva is the power to subjugate all.
Goddess Siddhidatri sits on Kamal and rides on the lion. She is depicted with four hands. She has Gada in the one right hand, Chakra in the other right hand, lotus flower in the left hand and Shankh in the other left hand.
She is the Goddess who possesses and bestows all type of Siddhis to her devotees. Even Lord Shiva got all Siddhis by grace of Goddess Siddhidatri. She is worshipped by not only humans but also by Deva, Gandharva, Asura, Yaksha and Siddha. Lord Shiva got the title of Ardha-Narishwar when Goddess Siddhidatri appeared from his left half.
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Om Devi Siddhidatryai Namah
Siddha Gandharva Yakshadyairasurairamarairapi
Sevyamana Sada Bhuyat Siddhida Siddhidayini
Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Maa Siddhidatri Rupena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namah
Vande Vanchhita Manorathartha Chandrardhakritashekharam
Kamalasthitam Chaturbhuja Siddhidatri Yashasvinim
Swarnavarnna Nirvanachakra Sthitam Navam Durga Trinetram
Shankha, Chakra, Gada, Padmadharam Siddhidatri Bhajem
Patambara Paridhanam Mriduhasya Nanalankara Bhushitam
Manjira, Hara, Keyura, Kinkini, Ratnakundala Manditam
Praphulla Vandana Pallavadharam Kanta Kapolam Pin Payodharam
Kamaniyam Lavanyam Shrinakati Nimnanabhi Nitambanim
Kanchanabha Shankhachakragadapadmadhara Mukatojvalo
Smeramukhi Shivapatni Siddhidatri Namoastute
Patambara Paridhanam Nanalankara Bhushitam
Nalisthitam Nalanarkshi Siddhidatri Namoastute
Paramanandamayi Devi Parabrahma Paramatma
Paramashakti, Paramabhakti, Siddhidatri Namoastute
Vishvakarti, Vishvabharti, Vishvaharti, Vishvaprita
Vishva Varchita, Vishvatita Siddhidatri Namoastute
Bhavasagara Tarini Siddhidatri Namoastute
Dharmarthakama Pradayini Mahamoha Vinashinim
Mokshadayini Siddhidayini Siddhidatri Namoastute
Omkarah Patu Shirsho Maa, Aim Bijam Maa Hridayo
Him Bijam Sadapatu Nabho Griho Cha Padayo
Lalata Karno Shrim Bijam Patu Klim Bijam Maa Netram Ghrano
Kapola Chibuko Hasau Patu Jagatprasutyai Maa Sarvavadano
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Yugadi, Telugu: Ugadi/Yugadi, Kannada: Yugadi, Konkani: Yugadi and Marathi: Gudi Pa
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