Brahmacharini is the second Goddess of nine Durgas – Navadurga Goddesses. Brahmacharini is one who performs penance. As per the Hindusim, Veda, Tattva and Tapa are three synonyms for the word Brahma.
Bramhacharini mata is worshipped on the second day during Durga Puja in Durga Navratri.
In 2020, Brahmacharini Puja date is October 18 in Sharad Navratri.
In 2020, Brahmacharini Pooja date is March 26 in Vasant Navratri.
Brahmacharini – Previous incarnation:
In her previous incarnation, Goddess Bramhacharini was the daughter of King Himvanth, the emperor of Mountains. She was influenced by Sage Narada and observed austere penance for several thousands of years without taking any food and water. Dedication and devotion of Brahmacharini attracts Lord Shiva and he makes her his consort.
Brahmacharini Mata – Spiritual Practice:
Brahmachari Mata blesses her devotees with courage, strength, dedication and concentration. She also gives her devotee to face any challenge with courage and self-confidence. Yogis and other Sadhaks keep their mind on Swadhisthana Chakra to maintain their devotion and dedication in a steady phase. Brahmacharini Mata represents the Swadhishtana Chakra in spiritual practice.