One of the fast growing pooja in Malaysia and Singapore is the Ragu Kalam Durga pooja which is held weekly on every Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, this pooja attracts many people especially young people who perform this Pooja will excel in studies while the unmarried will be able to find a good life partner, married ladies will have a happy married life and their families will proper, the childless will have children and have a happy and prosperous life.
Of all the days, Tuesday is the most auspicious day. The time is fixed from 3.00 pm and 4.30 pm on Tuesdays, 10.30 am and 12.00 pm on Fridays and 4.30 pm and 6.00 pm on Sundays. The pooja is normally conducted in Amman temples and procedures are quite different from one temple to another, but it follows exactly the same way of offering “mavuvilaku”.
There are no specific mantras but in temples devotees will conduct bajans and chant the name of Durga Matha. Mother Durga is the powers that guides and protects the devotee’s spiritual practice form its many danger and pitfalls. So by performing this Ragu Kalam Durga Pooja, Mother Durga will bestow peace and prosperity in our life.
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