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Durga Puja Quotes, Durga Pooja Quotations

Durga Puja Quotes, Durga Pooja Quotations: Durga Puja is not simply about celebrations and feasting. The actual carousing of the Puja is all about enlightenment of soul and the celebrations of the goodness over evil. It is about the triumph of truth over false and right over wrong. Durga Puja is about sustaining the mass believe of emergence of an almighty savior whenever evil tries to take over the goodness in the universe. So, the Puja is much beyond the glamour and glitter of pandals and the grandeur of the celebrations. If you like exploring the philosophical aspects of this festive occasion and also want to send it to your friends; you can refer to the wonderful quotes given below.

Durga Puja Quotes, Durga Pooja Quotations

  • Ma Durga removes all obstacles and defects.
  • Lakshmi donate the internal or divine wealth of virtues or divine qualities.
  • Goddess Saraswati gives divine Knowledge.
  • While observing fast during durga puja is to propitiate Durga Ma and seek her divine blessings.
  • Fast to them is a denial of the physical needs of the body, it means to attain spiritual gains besides blessings of the Mother Goddess.
  • Ma Durga Means She who is incomprehensible to reach
  • Ma Durga is a Mother of the Universe, she represents the infinite power of the universe and is a symbol of a female dynamism.
  • Goddess Durga exists eternally, always abiding in her own sweet nature and inhabits the hearts and minds of her perfect devotees.
  • Man, the imperfect, the bound, the sorrowful, has a thousand enemies within. He is riddled with negative thoughts fears, yearnings. These are selfishness, jealousy, meanness, prejudice and hatred – just to mention but a few. The Sadhak must get rid of these lawless villains within. With Mother Durga’s kripa, these destructive masters are to be annihilated. Invoke the Mother Terrible to help us annihilate within ourselves all negative forces; all weaknesses, – all littleness. ~ Swami Chinmayananda
  • Durga (Devi) is synonymous with Shakti or the Divine Power that manifests, sustains and transforms the universe as the one unifying Force of Existence. Shakti is the very possibility of the Absolute’s appearing as many, of God’s causing this universe. God creates this world through Srishti-Shakti (creative power), preserves through Sthiti-Shakti (preservative power), and destroys through Samhara-Shakti (destructive power). Shakti and Shakta are one; the power and the one who possesses the power cannot be separated; God and Shakti are like fire and heat of fire. ~ Swami Sivananda
  • During Navaratri, Goddess Durga is invoked first to remove impurities from the mind. The Goddess Lakshmi is invoked to cultivate the noble values and qualities. Finally, Saraswati is invoked for gaining the highest knowledge of the Self. This is the significance of the three sets of three nights when all these three are gained subjectively, and then there will be Vijayadasami, the day of true victory. ~ Swami Tejomayananda of Chinmaya Mission
  • Durga Pooja is celebrated in various parts of India in different styles. But the one basic aim of this celebration is to propitiate Shakti, the Goddess in Her aspect as Power, to bestow upon man all wealth, auspiciousness, prosperity, knowledge (both sacred and secular), and all other potent powers. Whatever be the particular or special request that everyone may put before the Goddess, whatever boon may be asked of Her, the one thing behind all these is propitiation, worship and linking oneself with Her. There is no other aim. This is being effected consciously or unconsciously. Everyone is blessed with Her loving mercy and is protected by Her. ~ Swami Sivananda

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