Ma Kushmanda is worshiped by devotees on the fourth day of Navratri. This avatar of Adi Shakti is also referred to as the Smiling Goddess. Her name is made up of three distinct words. The first word is “Ku” which means little.
Accordingly the second word is “Ushma” which means warmth or energy. Hence the third word is “Anda” which means egg.
Furthermore upon combining the three words, one can derive the meaning of
her name which means the one who is the creator of this “little cosmic egg”
called Universe. As mentioned above, this form is a happy manifestation of the
Why Women's entry restricted in Sabarimala Temple? According to sources it is a historic day in Sabarimala temple as it has opened its door to women of all ages to enter the shrine after the controversial Supreme Court verdict on September 28. Meanwhile amid growing protests and commotion, young women devotees are attempting to climb the steps of the temple. Accordingly a number of policemen have been deployed at the temple to allow safe passage for women devotees.
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