Translated by P. Ramachander This armour is about the Varaha incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He took this incarnation to save Earth which was stolen by an Asura called Hiranyaksha who afterwards hid himself in the deep depths of the causal ocean. Lord Vishnu , in the avatar of a huge boar, entered the ocean, killed Hiranyaksha, and rescued Mother Earth. Ladies desirous of having a progeny go to this temple, take bath in the Pushkarini pond there and recite this Kavacha [1] [2]. Kavacham Adhyam rangamithi proktham vimanam ranga samgnitham, Sri mushnam, Venkatadri cha salagramam cha naimisam, Thothadreem pushkaram chaiva nara narayanasramam, Ashtou may murthaya santhi swayam vyaktha mahi thale.

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The Goddess is the regent of the Northern direction and revered by most Hindu sects, including Vaishnavas, Shaivas and Shaktas. Depiction of Goddess Varahi Goddess Varahi is depicted in the form of a boar, wielding a discus and a sword, with which she dispels evil forces when needed. She is sometimes depicted seated on a preta corpse while using her mighty tusks to fight demons.

The Goddess is depicted as standing, seated or dancing and wears the Karanda Mukuta a conical crown. She is also portrayed as having all the various attributes of Lord Vishnu and sometimes associated with holding the Universe in her womb.

Thus, Goddess Varahi forms the female counterpart of Varaha. According to Devi Mahatmya, Goddess Durga creates the Matrikas from her own self and leads them in a battle against the demon Raktabija. Goddess Varahi is shown riding a buffalo, while wielding a sword, shield and goad, going headstrong into battle with the demon army. With the help of the Matrikas, Durga slaughters the demons; and when she is challenged to single combat by the demon, she absorbs the Matrikas into herself.

Worship of Goddess Varahi Varahi is sometimes described as the Goddess of darkness and the ideal time recommended to worship her is after sunset and usually in the middle of the night. Some temples even make offerings of wine, fish, grain and meat to the Goddess, which may not be entirely based on facts, because the tenets of Hinduism usually advocate the use of vegetarian offerings. Benefits of worshiping Goddess Varahi The Goddess is revered by devotees as the granter of boons and destroyer of enemies.

She is also a focal point of Tantric worship and people pray to her for leading a long and prosperous life. Temples dedicated to Goddess Varahi Several temples dedicated to Varahi Devi as the chief deity are found all over the Indian sub-continent. Apart from that, Varahi is worshiped in some temples as part of the Sapta-Matrika. She is the primary deity of the Varahi Chaurasi temple in Orissa, where she is worshped according to tantric rites.

She is also worshiped as Patala Bhairavi in some temples. There is also a Varahi temple in Mylapore, in the city of Chennai. A shrine of the Goddess is also present in the Brihadeeswarar temple in Thanjavur. One more prominent temple of the Goddess is located in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. There is also a prominent temple of the Goddess in Gonda district of Gujarat.

Several temples of the Goddess can be found in Nepal, and many other countries, including the United States and Malaysia. Generally Pujas are performed on Amavasya new moon and Pournami full moon days, when the Goddess is decked up with ornaments and other finery. Need Help? Customer Care.



Pate thri sandhyam rakshaardham ghora sathru nivruthhidham! Vaarthali me sirah paathu ghoraahii phalamuthhamam!! Nethre Varahavadhanaa paathu karnav thathaajani! Gruunam me rumdhini paathu mukam me paathu jadhinii!! Paathu me mohinii jihvaam sthambinii kamthamaadharaath! Skamdhav me pamchamii paathu bhujav mahishi vahanaa!! Simharudaa karav paathu kuchav krushnamrumgaachithaa!


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Hindu legends[ edit ] According to the Shumbha-Nishumbha myth of the Devi Mahatyam from the Markandeya Purana religious texts, the Matrikas goddesses appears as shakti s feminine powers from the bodies of the gods. The scriptures say that Varahi was created from Varaha. She has a boar form, wields a chakra discus and fights with a sword. The red-skinned Varahi bottom row, leftmost rides a buffalo and holds a sword, shield and goad. Folio from a Devi Mahatmya According to a latter episode of the Devi Mahatmya that deals with the killing of the demon Raktabija , the warrior-goddess Durga creates the Matrikas from herself and with their help slaughters the demon army.


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