The third day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Chandraghanta, who is the married form of Goddess Parvati. She adorns herself with half moon placed on her forehead in the shape of bell. after getting married to Lord Shiva and that’s the reason she is known as Maa Chandraghanta. She establishes the justice and discipline. The colour of her body is golden bright and rides on a lion.
Goddess Chandraghanta has ten hands and three eyes. She holds trishul, sword, gada, arrow, bow, lotus flower, kamandal and Japa mala in her hands. She rules Manipura Chakra and Lord Sun. People who think they are not confident enough, they are advised to worship Goddess Chandraghanta.
Maa Chandraghanta is considered as one of the most loving and serene form of Goddess Durga who bless the devotees with all the happiness, prosperity, good health and wealth. Devotees who worship the goddess with immense devotion and dedication, get blessed with worldly pleasure. The sound of the moon bell which is placed on her forehead, have the ability to remove negativity and it also cleanses the aura.