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Monday, October 7, 2019 17: Navaratri Special - Day 7- Kaalaratri Devi

Kaalaratri Devi is the destroyer of darkness within. She is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati and is said to have destroyed the demons Shumbha, Nishum...

Friday, October 4, 2019 16: Navaratri Special- Day 6- Katyayini Devi

Katyayini Devi is the sixth form of Devi or Goddess. She is a warrior goddess, and is known to protect the principles of Dharma and Satya. She rides a...

Thursday, October 3, 2019 15: Navaratri Special Day 5: Skandamata Devi (Parvati)

On the fifth day of Navaratri Festival, we worship Devi Skandamata. She is the Goddess responsible for action and activity. The represents icchaskakti...

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 14: Navaratri Special Day 4: Kushmanda Devi Stotra

On Fourth Day of Navaratri Festival, we worship the Devi in the form of Maa Kushmanda Devi. The word Ku means a little, Ushma means warmth or energy's...

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 13: Navaratri Special - Devi Aragala Stortam (Chants of Devi)

This is the chanting of Devis - composed by Sage Markandeya. This is in praise of Devi and invokes her various forms - the slayer of the demons Mahish...

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12: Navratri Special Day 3 - Chandraghanta Devi

Chandraghanta Devi represents supreme bliss and showers peace and prosperity. This episode was produced by gaatha story and Narrated by Sriram for Cha...

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Have you ever wondered why a particular Mantra has to be chanted at a specific time of the day? Or why do we pray to a God or Goddess on a particular day of the week? Or what is the significance the auspicious days in the Hindu calendar, and how they are to be celebrated? Through Chants of India by Sriram, a new podcast by gaatha story, your host Sriram will help you in understanding the significance of selected chants from the Vedas. Discover how positive energies can be channeled in our every day life, through chanting of these Mantras.
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