Navratri 2014 Stotras, Slokas or Prayers to recite during Durga Navratri Puja

Navratri 2014 Stotras, Slokas or Prayers to recite during Durga Navratri Puja - Devi or Durga is stotra priya which means the Goddess is pleased by reciting prayers and praising her with mantras.

Durga Saptashati or Chandi Path or Devi Mahatmyam, Durga Chandrakala Stuthi, Durga Apada uddaraka stotram, Durga Aarti, Durga Ashtakam, Durga Sahasranama stotram, Durga Moola mantram, Kanakadhara stavam, Bhavani ashtakam, Durga ashtottara shatanamavali, Durga Suktam, Durga Chalisa, etc. are most revered Navratri mantras.

Here is a collection of stotras for Durga Navratri 2014. It is to note – In 2014, Navratri begins on September 25 and ends on October 3rd with Vijayadashami (Dasara / Dussehra).

You can click on the title of the mantra to read the mantra lyrics.

Durga Chandrakala Stuthi: Durga Chandrakala Stuthi is a prayer recited to please the Goddess. It describes about her power and beauty.

Durga Apada Uddaraka stotram: This stotra is recited to get rid of sorrows and obstacles in life.

Durga Aarti: Durga Aarti is recited after the Puja.

Kanakadhara Stavam – Kanakadhara Stotram – This stotra describes everything about the Goddess. It was compiled by Jagadguru Adi Shanakracharya and considered as one of the great stotra about Goddess Devi.

Bhavani Ashtakam – Bhavani Ashtakam is an octet compilation to Durga Bhavani. Bhavani has many forms – Durga Bhavani, Tulja Bhavani and Kheer Bhavani.

Durga Ashtottara Shatanamavali – This prayer is a compilation of Durgas 108 names.

Durga Chalisa: This is a compilation of 40 stanzas or slokas about Durga.

Durga Suktam – It is another prominent stotra recited during Durga navratri.

First day of Navratri

Second day of Navratri

Third day of Navratri

Fourth day of Navratri

Fifth day of Navratri

Sixth day of Navratri

Seventh day of Navratri

Eighth day of Navratri

Ninth day of Navratri

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