Siddhidatri Mata Aarti | मां सिद्धिदात्री की आरती
Mata Siddhidatri Maa Siddhidatri is the final form of Goddess Durga and signifies the fulfilment of divine aspirations. She is worshipped on the ninth day of Navratri. She first manifested from the left half of Lord Shiva at the beginning of the universe. Lord Shiva was worshipping Adi-Parashakti, the supreme goddess of power, who had no form. Siddhidatri Mata provides control and energy to the planet Ketu, one of the nine astronomical bodies in Hindu astronomy. She is seen sitting on a lion or a lotus, and has four hands. In these hands, she carries a Gada(mace), a chakr(discus), a lotus, and a shankh(conch shell). Believers offer night blooming jasmine, known as Raat Ki Rani, to Siddhidatri Maa. She is adored by all devotees, and they believe she fulfils all their divine aspirations. Siddhidatri Mata is the provider of all types of Siddhis, which means she can provide supernatural powers to those who worship her. This even includes Lord Shiva, who attained his Siddhis by worshipping Maa Siddhidatri. It's not only humans who pay homage to her, but other celestial beings also revere her, including Devas, Gandharvas, Asuras, Yakshas, and Siddhas. It was after she manifested from Lord Shiva's left half that he got the title of Ardha-Narishwar. On Which Day Of Navratri Siddhidatri Mata is Worshipped? Goddess Siddhidatri is worshipped on the ninth day of Navratri. It is believed that the planet Ketu is governed by Goddess Siddhidatri.