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Shri Matangi

Hindu Of Universe 

“God’s light is within you, It never leaves you.”

Devotees perform puja and religious ceremonies in the dedication of Goddess Matangi.

It is said that a person who worships Goddess Matangi on this day is blessed with all worldly pleasures of life.

Goddess Matangi is the ninth form of Dasha Mahavidyas (Ten Wisdom Goddesses). She is known as the goddess of voice and music.

She possesses a combined power of the entire universe.

Goddess Matangi blesses her devotees with a happy and blissful married life.

Worshipping her brings peace and harmony at home.

A person who worships her is free from all kinds of fears of life.

She fulfills all desires and helps in accomplishing the goals of life.

Goddess Matangi Story

Goddess Matangi gives relief from all troubles of life.

The mantra to worship her is, “ Kreem Hreem Matangi Hreem Kreem Swaha”.

A person who chants this mantra becomes fearless and is blessed with all kinds of pleasures of life.

A person who is not able to receive love of his mother, or his mother is going through any kind of sufferings should chant Goddess Matangi Mantra.

It is also beneficial for those suffering from any kind of natural calamity like flood or famine.

Goddess Matangi is an other form of Lord Shiva.

She wears a white crescent Moon on her forehead.

Her arms are spread in all the four directions, thus known as Vagdevi.

She is also considered to be a primal form of Goddess Saraswati.

A person who worships her with flowers and bel leaves possesses a sense of attraction.

Goddess Matangi is also known as Ucchishta-Chandalini or Ucchishta-Matangini.

In South India, she is worshipped in the form of Ucchistha Matangi, Raj Matangi, Sumukhi, Vaishya Matangi, Karan Matangi etc.

According to Brahmayala, Saint Matangi with his hard penance was blessed with Goddess Matangi in the form of a daughter.

It is also said that when Saint Matang was performing penance in the forest, Goddess Matangi appeared in the form of Raj Matangi from the radiance of Trupurasura to suppress destructive powers.

Appearance of Goddess Matangi

Goddess Matangi was born to destroy the evil powers.

She wears red coloured clothes riding on a Lion.

She seems heroic with her appearnce.

She wears red shoe and holds red coloured beads.

Goddess Matangi can be seen holding a bow, shellfish, line, row, canopy, trident, akshamala, power etc in her hands in various forms.

Significance of Matangi Jayanti

On Matangi Jayanti, Goddess Matangi is worshipped in the temples.

Small girls are also worshipped and offered food in the form of prasad.

Jagaran and Kirtans are also performed in various places.

Devotees participate in the puja with full dedication and enthusiasm.

Who is Goddess Matangi?

Goddess Matangi is regarded as the 9th of the significant Dasa (ten) Mahavidhyas (Goddesses of Wisdom).

The Goddess is also famous by the name of “Tantric Saraswati” because of the fact that the deity is related to the art of magic (Tantric Vidya).

When is Matangi Jayanti?

According to the Hindu calendar, the occasion of Matangi Jayanti is celebrated in the month of Vaisakh during the Shukla Paksha on the 3rd day.

As per the Gregorian calendar, the day is celebrated in the month of May or April.

What is The Significance of Matangi Jayanti?

As per the Hindu mythology, it is believed that the devotees who worship Goddess Matangi are bestowed with all the pleasures of life.

The individuals get free from all fears and the deity fulfills all their wishes and desires.

Goddess Matangi is worshipped to attain excellence in fine-arts, dancing, and music.

Devotees also acquire occult powers as well as triumph over enemies.

The Goddess also bestows the devotees with a blissful and happy conjugal life filled with harmony and peace.

To get rid of the various ill-effects of Sun, devotees worship Goddess Matangi and perform Matangi Puja.

What are The Rituals of Matangi Jayanti?

  • To worship Goddess Matangi on the day of Matangi Jayanti, devotees first place the idol or the statue of the deity on the altar.
  • After this, they light the incense sticks and a diya in order to start with the rituals.
  • Devotees prepare and offer sacred food (Prasad) to the deity along with flowers, coconut, and garlands.
  • Aarti of Goddess Matangi is performed and sacred mantras are chanted in order to evoke the deity.
  • Prasad is distributed among the invitees and the family members.
  • Devotees also perform several acts of donations and charities on the day of Matangi Jayanti to seek the divine blessings of the deity.

How Matangi Jayanti is Celebrated?

  • On the auspicious day of Matangi Jayanti, devotees worship and offer prayers to Goddess Matangi.
  • Small girls are also worshipped and sacred food is offered to them as they are regarded as the avatar of the Goddess.
  • In temples as well as at the place of worship, Kirtans and Jagrans are organized.
  • Devotees perform Matangi Puja with utmost enthusiasm and dedication.

What is The Legend of Matangi Jayanti?

As per the scriptures, it is believed that Goddess Matangi is the form of Lord Shiva only.

On her forehead, she wears a curved white colored Moon as well as she has four arms directing towards the four different directions and thus she is also popular as Vagdevi.

According to Hindu Mythology, Goddess Matangi is the ancient form of Goddess Saraswati.

According to Brahmayala, there was a sage named Matang who underwent a lot of penance and hardships in the Kandab van.

Because of his strict penance, a divine and radiant light came from his eyes and took the form of a woman.

Since then, she is regarded as the daughter of Sage Matang and thus gained recognition by the name of Matangi.

Matangi Jayanti 

Matangli Jayanthi is the sacred festival which falls on Vaishakha Shukla Tritiya every year.

This is the day on which Adi Parashakti incarnated as Raja Shyamala Devi who is also called Matangi or Raja Matangi.

In Srividhya tradition, devotees celebrate this day to worship Goddess Raja Matangi and uplift themselves in the spiritual Sadhana.

The Goddess is said to bestow victory and wisdom to her devotees and protect them from all sorts of impediments in their path.

This year, Matangi Jayanthi is on the 22nd of April.

On this day, our Vedapandits are inviting you to participate in Raja Matangi Homam and Panchamruta Abhishekam Sevas and worship the Goddess to fulfil your wishes and bless you with her benevolent grace.

Benefits of Worshipping Raja Matangi Devi

Victory in tasks and fulfilment of wishes.

Protection from enemies and negative elements which cause obstacles in our tasks.

Strength and intelligence to succeed in all kinds of situations.

Ability to focus on education and gain great knowledge.

Grants capacities to grow higher in career and business

Happiness and harmony in family life.

Fast resolution for legal disputes and financial troubles

Who is Goddess Raja Matangi?

Raja Matangi or Raja Shyamala Devi is one of the Dasha Mahavidyas, the ten Tantric aspects of the Divine Mother in Srividya.

She is also associated with Goddess Saraswati, the female deity who governs arts, music, wisdom, and learning.

Devotees worship her to gain mastery over knowledge and skills and to conquer their enemies.

 She is also called Mantrini Devata, as she is the minister deity of Goddess Lalita Tripurasundari’s Sri Chakra kingdom.

She is the mastermind behind Goddess Lalita’s war against Bhandasura.

Worshipping the Goddess is said to bestow immediate results that help us transform ourselves in our personal and professional life.

The Goddess is depicted in an emerald green complexion with four arms, in which she holds a Veena, a skull, a club, and the Abhaya Mudra, from which she grants boons to her devotees.

She is adorned in a red saree, decked with splendid jewellery, and is seen seated on a bejewelled golden throne.

Although she possesses a charming countenance, she is considered to be one of the fiercest aspects of Goddess Shakti.

She is the annihilator of all evil forces.

Hence, devotees worship her to protect them from enemies and other malicious things.

Worship Raja Matangi and attain her complete grace. Sri Matrey Namah.

Matangi Jayanti

Matangi Jayanti is celebrated every year on the shukla paksha Tritiya, of Vaisakha month.

Ma Bhagwati is worshiped on this day with a special puja.

Ma Bhagwati is often called as ‘Tantric Saraswati, one of the nine significant Mahavidyas.

She is revered for the art of magic, prominently called ‘Tantric Vidya’.

According to Hindu traditional calendar, Matangi Jayanti falls on the day of Akshaya Tritiya, the day on which Parshuram Jayanti is also observed.

Matangi Jayanti

Dasa Mahavidyas are the ten manifestations of Ma Kali.

The ten manifestations represent the stages of spiritual evolution of any individual, starting with the worship of Ma kali and culminating with complete evolution of the individual, with Ma Kamala.

The ten manifestations are Kali, Tara, Tripura Sundari, Bhuvaneshwari, Chhinnamasta, Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamala.

Matangi is a Hindu divine protector, the ninth of the ten Mahavidyas, known as the tantric Saraswati.

She governs music, speech, arts and knowledge.

Her veneration is for gaining supernatural powers, especially to fight against enemies, achieving mastery over arts, gaining knowledge and wisdom.

Matangi Jayanti is observed on

the third day of Shukla paksha, of the Vaisakha month, of the Hindu Lunisolar calendar. As per the Gregorian calendar, it falls in the month of April.

She is popularly known as, ‘Uchchhishta Chandalini’ or ‘Uchchhishta Mantangini’.

A sadhak who has attained Ma Matangi siddhi, progresses to Yakshini sadhana and can get all desires fulfilled.

She is often offered the left over or partially eaten food, with unwashed hands, which is otherwise considered immoral, in Hindu culture.

The Ucchishta Matangini form carries a knot, sword, goad and club, while the form of Raj Matangini, is pictured with parrot and plays veena.

Matangi Devi is a red complexioned Sumukhi Devi, of kali tradition, and is also the dark-complexioned Raja Syamala, of the Sri Vidya tradition.

She generally wears red footwear and mala of red coloured gunja seeds.

She can be seen holding a bow, shell-fish, canopy, trident and aksh mala, in her hands.

ORIGIN AND SIGNIFICANCE:

As described in Shakta Maha Bhagavata Purana, once, Sati, wife of Shiva, and daughter of king Daksha, was insulted by not being invited for a yagna organized by her own father. 

Bhagwan Shiva stopped her, but she continuously insisted on attending the ceremony.

Sati became very angry and transformed herself into Maha vidyas, of which, the ninth devi was Matangini.

As per Bhagavata Purana, Devi Matangini was one of the forms of Ma Shakambari, and accompanied her in many of her wars.

Uchchishta Matangini: Once Bhagwan Vishnu and Lakshmi ji went to meet Shivji and Parvati ji at kailasha. When they were served food, some of it fell on the ground, and a Devi appeared.

She asked all the divinities to give her some leftovers of their food.

As it was first eaten by Bhagwan, it was already sacred, and so, the leftover was called Uchchishta, a negative energy that turned into prasad.

Shivji said that whosoever did her worship, will be blessed with several boons and all wishes would be fulfilled.

Significance:

Matangi Devi is considered equivalent to the vedic Goddess, Ma Saraswati. Ma Matangi plays a very important role in spiritual evolution of an individual, more so, in Kundalini awakening.

While practicing Kundalini Yoga, Ma Matangi mantra is chanted, to activate and awaken the Vishuddha chakra.

Devi Matangini relieves all troubles in life

A person who chants ‘Kreem Hreem Matangi Hreem Kreem Swaha’, gets all the pleasures in life. Matangi Jayanti is celebrated to get protection from natural calamities.

It is said that if someone is devoid of mother’s love, worshiping Ma Matangi fills the void. Matangi Devi is a form of Baghwan Shiva.

She wears a moon shaped white tikka on her forehead, with her arms spread in four directions.

She is therefore called ‘Vagdevi’. 

Matangi Jayanti is celebrated by serving bhog prasad to young girls.

People going through the ill effects of planet Sun, or Maha dasha of Sun, should perform ‘Vamtanta Dusmahavidya puja’ and ‘Tantric Ma Matangini Puja’, to curb the evils of Surya Dosha.

She is associated with Sammohan and Vashikaran vidyas.

She shields her devotees and sadhaks from evil eye, black magic and negative energies.

 CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND RITUALS:

On the day of Matangi Jayanti, a grand puja is performed by vamtantra sadhaks of Ma Matangini. Murti of Devi is placed on the shrine of worship, and rituals are started after igniting the diya.

Special food or bhog prasadi prepared by devotees, is offered to Matangini Devi, along with coconut and kadamba flowers.

Daan or donation is a very significant part of the rituals on Matangi Jayanti. Vamtantra sadhaks organize bhandara which is very pious and divine.

Food and clothes donation is considered important on these days, and also helps in overcoming the ill-effects of surya Dasha.

A taboo that is broken in Matangini Devi worship, is offering of stained clothes of women, to attract a mate.

In some communities, clothes of dead people, animal meat, fish and other polluted articles are kept at crossroads, as an offering.

No fast or vrat is observed for Matangi Jayanti.

PUJA VIDHI AND KATHA:

Puja is performed in the morning or during the pradosh period or at midnight.

The Mool virat of Matangini Devi is placed on a turquoise blue cloth.

Vidhi of performing Mahavidya Mata Matangi Puja:

  • Guru Vandana
  • Guru Puja
  • Gau Puja
  • Abhishek
  • Pushpa Arpan
  • Alankaram
  • Ganpathy puja
  • Navagraha puja
  • Aavahan homam
  • Chanting Maa Matangi Moola Mantra
  • Samput path
  • Maha Poojan
  • Purnahuti
  • Deep daan
  • Prasad
  • Ignite the ghee lamp with one wick only.
  • Dhoop with fragrant flowers is offered and blue colour flowers are offered.

Ma Matangi Mool Mantra: ‘Hreem kleem hoom MatangayePhat Swaha’

Different offerings to Mata and using the purified offering, help in different ways.

Almonds: Consuming almonds offered to Mata, helps in recovering from bad health.

Black and blue thread: Wearing thread offered to Mata protects from conflicts.

Pen and pencil: Using stationery offered to Mata helps in performing well in examinations.

Kajal: Applying Kajal offered to Mata, helps in overcoming problems in relationships and love.

Katha:

According to ancient scriptures, Parvati once went to her father’s house to spend some time with her family, leaving Shiva alone in Kailasha.

Shiva, unable to bear the separation, went to meet Parvati, in disguise of a jewellery seller, and asked for sexual favours in return of bangles that Parvati bought from him.

This angered Parvati, who was just about to curse the jeweller, when she realized that he was none other than Shiva himself.

She agreed to complete the act when the time is right. Shiva went back to kailasha and waited for Parvati to return.

Parvati came back, disguised as Chandali, in a red saree.

Shiva recognized her and made love to her.

He also said that she will be worshiped as Uchchishta Chandalini, even before Shiva himself.

According to Brahmalaya, there was a saint named Matanga, who did a lot of expeditions and hardships in the Kandab jungle.

Due to strict penance and devotion, Devi Tripura got pleased with him, and a vibrant radiation emitted from her eyes, and took the form of a woman.

She is regarded as the daughter of saint Matanga and recognised by the name of Raj Matangini.

CELEBRATION ACROSS THE COUNTRY:

Matangini, along with other Mahavidyas, finds place in the Kamakhya temple, the most important place for Tantra puja.

 Meenakshi Devi of Madurai temple, is also one of the Raj Matangini, with a parrot in hand.

The Modh community of Gujarat, worship her as Modeshwari Devi, a form of Maa Durga, sitting on a lion.

The Rachrappachinamasta temple also houses a shrine of Matangini Devi.

There are several temples in south India, where Matangini Devi is worshipped as Shyamala or mantrini (Mistress of sacred mantras), in Srikula tradition.

BENEFITS OF CELEBRATING MATANGI JAYANTI:

Worshipping Ma Matangini on Matangi Jayanti, helps in becoming fearless and victorious.

It brings good fortune, wealth and health, and provides shielding against evil eye, black magic and negative energies.

About Matangi Jayanti

Shri Matangi Jayanti is celebrated on the Shukla Paksha Tritiya day of Baisakh month. Devotees perform puja and religious ceremonies to Goddess Matangi.

It is believed that those who worships Goddess Matangi on Matangi Jayanti is blessed with all pleasures of life.

He is freed from all kinds of fears of life.

Goddess fulfills the desires and helps in achieving the goals of life.

Matangi is the ninth form of Dasha Mahavidyas.

She is known as the goddess of vocal and music.

She possesses a power of the entire universe.

Goddess Matangi blesses her devotees with a happy and blissful married life.

Worshipping Goddess Matangi brings peace and harmony.

Significance of Matangi Jayanti:

On Matangi Jayanti, Goddess Matangi is worshiped along with small girls and offered food in the form of prasad.

Jagaran and Kirtans are performed in various temples. Devotees participate in the puja with dedication and enthusiasm.

Matangi Puja is performed to remove the ill effect of the planet Sun.

The individual going through the period and sub period of Sun should perform Matagi puja to attain the happiness.

Ma Matangi Puja is beneficial for curbing the malefic period of the sun or its Maha-Dasha or Antar-Dasha.

Those going through the main and sub period of the Sun or having malefic Sun must conduct vamtantra Dusmahavidya tantrik Ma Matangi Puja.

The puja is done to mitigate evil effects of Surya dosha.

Legend:

Goddess Matangi relieves all troubles of life.

A person who chants the mantra Kreem Hreem Matangi Hreem Kreem Swaha” becomes fearless and is blessed with all kinds of pleasures.

Those who are not able to receive the love of his mother or mother is going through sufferings must recite Matangi Mantra.

It is also beneficial to reduce the suffering from any natural calamity.

Goddess Matangi is a form of Lord Shiva.

She wears a white crescent Moon on her forehead.

Her arms are spread in the four directions.

Hence, she is known as Vagdevi.

She is a primal form of Goddess Saraswati.

 A person who worships her with Bael leaves possesses a sense of attraction.

Goddess Matangi is also known as Ucchishta-Chandalini or Ucchishta-Matangini.

In South India, she is worshiped as Ucchistha Matangi, Raj Matangi, Sumukhi, Vaishya Matangi, and Karan Matangi.

According to Brahmayala, Saint Matang performed a penance and was blessed with Goddess Matangi in the form of a daughter.

It is also said that when Sage Matang was performing penance in the forest, Goddess Matangi appeared as Raj Matangi from the radiance of Trupurasura to suppress destructive powers.

Rituals/ Celebrations:

An idol of Goddess Matangi is placed on the altar.

Devotees lit the diya, and incense sticks.

The homemade Prasad is offered to the goddess along with garlands, Coconut, and flowers.

The mantras are recited, and the aarti is performed.

Prasad is distributed among family members and friends.

Goddess provides the strength to her devotees to fight from the evils and to live the life full of happiness and prosperity.

Goddess Matangi helps her devotees to understand and apply the knowledge at the right place to gain maximum benefits.

Matangi Jayanti

Matangi Jayanti is praised on the Shukla Paksha Chaturthi thiti day of Baisakh month. Goddess Matangi is devoted to furious type of Goddess Parvati.

It is accepted that who loves Goddess Matangi on Matangi Jayanti is honored with all joys of life.

She is liberated from a wide range of fears of life.

Goddess satisfies the wants and aides in accomplishing the objectives of life.

Goddess Matangi is the ninth type of Dasha Mahavidyas.

She is known as the goddess of vocal and music.

She has an intensity of the whole universe.

Goddess Matangi favors her enthusiasts with upbeat and happy wedded life.

Venerating Goddess Matangi brings harmony and amicability.

Moola Mantra 

“Om Kreem Hreem Matangi Hreem Kreem Swaha”

By reciting this mantra to Goddess Matangi Jayanti gets intrepid and is honored with a wide range of joys.

The individuals who can’t get the affection for his mom or mom is experiencing sufferings must discuss Matangi Mantra.

It is likewise advantageous to diminish the experiencing any regular disaster.

Legacy Behind Matangi Jayanti

As indicated by one inheritance, Goddess Matangi is the fierce type of Goddess Parvati and they help to get calm from a wide range of issues throughout everyday life.

She wears a white bow Moon on her brow.

Her arms are spread in the four bearings.

Henceforth, she is known as Vagdevi.

She is a basic type of Goddess Saraswati.

An individual who venerates her with Bael leaves has a feeling of fascination.

Goddess Matangi is otherwise called Ucchishta-Chandalini or Ucchishta-Matangini.

In South India, she is revered as Ucchistha Matangi, Raj Matangi, Sumukhi, Vaishya Matangi, and Karan Matangi.

As per Brahmayala, Saint Matang played out an atonement and was honored with Goddess Matangi as a little girl.

It is additionally said that when Sage Matang was performing atonement in the woodland, Goddess Matangi showed up as Raj Matangi from the brilliance of Trupurasura to stifle dangerous forces.

Customs

A symbol of Goddess Matangi is set on the special stepped area and fans lit the diya, and incense sticks.

The hand crafted Prasad is offered to the goddess alongside festoons, Coconut, and blossoms.

The mantras are presented, and the aarti is performed.

Prasad is dispersed among relatives and companions.

Goddess Matangi gives the solidarity to her fans to battle from the shades of malice and to carry on with the existence brimming with bliss and flourishing.

Goddess Matangi causes her lovers to comprehend and apply the information at the perfect spot to increase most extreme advantages.

 Significance
On Matangi Jayanti, Goddess Matangi is venerated and offered nourishment as prasad. Jagaran and Kirtans are acted in different sanctuaries.

Enthusiasts take an interest in this puja with commitment and energy. 

Matangi Puja is performed to evacuate the evil impact of the planet Sun.

The individual experiencing the period and sub time of Sun ought to perform Matagi puja to achieve the bliss and Goddess Matangi Puja is useful for controling the malefic time of the sun or its Maha-Dasha or Antar-Dasha.

Those experiencing the fundamental and sub time of the Sun or having malefic Sun must direct vamtantra Dusmahavidya tantrik Ma Matangi Puja.

The puja is done to alleviate underhanded impacts of Surya dosha.

 Benefits:

  •  Bless material wealth, happiness and success.
  • Bless overly common forces, evacuate neediness and hardships.
  • Remove ailment and advances great wellbeing.
  • Overcome foes, self image and negative vitality.
  • Remove impediments throughout everyday life, and assurance against fiendish musings.
  • Removes Black enchantment, hostile stare and black magic.
  • Matangi Jayanti
  • Tithi – Vaishakh Sukla Paksha Tritiya
  • Goddess Matangi Jayanti is celebrated on the Shukla Paksha Tritiya day of Baisakh month. Devotees perform puja and religious ceremonies to Goddess Matangi. Regarded as the ninth of the significant Dasa Mahavidyas, goddess Matangi is also known by the name ‘Tantrik Saraswati’. She is related to the art of magic – Tantrik Vidhya. As per the Hindu calendar, Matangi Jayanti falls on Ashaya Tritiya. Parashuram Jayanti is also observed on this day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Lord Parashuram – the sixth Avatar of Lord Vishnu.  

Matangi Jayanti Rituals

On this day, the idol or statue of the deity is placed on the altar by the devotees to worship the goddess. Once this is done, they lit a diya and started the rituals.

Sacred food is prepared by the devotees and offered to the deity along with flowers, coconut, and garlands.

Then the devotees perform aarti and mantras are chanted.

Later, Prasad is distributed among the other devotees. Several acts of donations are also performed on this day.

Matangi Jayanti Story

In a form of Lord Shiva, goddess Matangi wears a crescent moon on her forehead, and her forearms direct towards the four directions. Therefore, she is also popularly known as Vagdevi.

According to Hindu mythology, the goddess Matangi is also a form of the goddess Saraswati.

According to Brahmayala, a sage named Matang underwent a lot of penance and hardships in the Kandabvan because of which there came a divine and radiant light from his eyes and took the form of a woman.

Since then, this woman is regarded as the daughter of sage Matang and thus came to be known as Matangi.

 Significance

It is believed that worshipping goddess Matangi bestows upon the devotees all the pleasures of life.

Worshipping her frees one from all fears and hardships and all their wishes and desires are fulfilled by the deity.

Devotees worship her to gain excellence in fine arts, dance, and music.

Some also believe that devotees also acquire occult powers and victory over enemies.

Worshipping her also helps to live a happy conjugal life filled with harmony and peace.

Matangi Jayanthi Special

Matangi Mahavidya Homam

Earn Wealth, Resolve Problems, Achieve Greater Heights in Life

Matangi Jayanthi – Remove Impossibilities, Evil Effects, Bless Wisdom, Abundance

Goddess Matangi forms the ninth of the ten Mahavidyas, a fierce aspect of Goddess Parvati, is a tantric deity, in the form of Goddess Saraswathi.

Similar to Goddess Saraswathi, Goddess Matangi has mastered expressions, beauty of music, wisdom and fine arts.  

Goddess Matangi is fond of supernatural powers of grace and divine, combines the energy of cosmic world to defeat enemies, gain control on oneself and master liberal arts, gain spiritual insights, gravity of strength, admiration of supreme knowledge, acquire power to reverse the bad to good, evil to divine.

This Matangi Jayanti falls on the auspicious day of Akshaya Tritiya in Vaishakha month, fulfills all desires in life, blesses with prosperity, removes domestic conflicts, favor long travel, bestow peace and harmony in the family.

Goddess Matangi Moola Mantra

Ardachandradhari kadamba vanavasini
Vagdevi saraswati nama vikhyathe ‘Matangi’ namostute

The above shlokha means that Goddess Matangi is revered as a manifestation of Goddess Saraswathi.

Why She is called Mistress of Sacred Mantras?

Goddess Matangi is a capable divine goddess who always be in the centre of gravity one who owns everything in the cosmic world through the path of Tantra.

She always keeps her heart open to all devotees with love and affection, which means there is never ending separation connecting with the divine spirituality.

Goddess Matangi personifies as “Uchchhishta-Chandalini” or “Uchchhishta-Matangini” surrounded by polluted stream of evil spirits among familiar crowd and known places within the boundaries of life.

But her specialty is, she remain unshaken with consciousness and spirituality, unadulterated, not going morally wrong.

With this generosity of admiration and voluntary acceptance of the way she is treated she is the bigwig of being one of the Mahavidyas known as goddess of expressions, beauty of music, master of wisdom and eminent fine arts and termed as “Goddess of Mantrini” or “Mistress of sacred mantras”.

Significance of Matangi Mahavidya Homam

Goddess Matangi Homam falls in Sukla Paksha Chathurthi thiti with the blessing starting with Ganesha Puja being Chathurthi day.

Goddess Matangi consort is Lord Shiva who himself has greatly accepted the divine power of Goddess Matangi demonstrates as one of the powerful Shakthi is a symbol of love and affection, for which she is worshipped for her qualities and sincerity.

This puja is performed which cleans all impurities and contamination being in our body and soul and we become new born babies after cleansing, adept new things in our life.

It enhances our spirits to accomplish high grades in life to achieve super knowledge, gain wisdom and grow with pride, gifted with super natural qualities, remove odds in life, win over black magic and people with bad intentions.

It helps devotees with learning difficulties and special people in life to gain physical and mental strength, recover from emotional and financial crisis.

Bless devotees with good side, correct life with dark side and offensive charges and helps to improve the darker side of life, which we lack.

Benefits of Matangi Mahavidya Homam

  • Gain Proficiency in arts & music, knowledge and wisdom, Remove Ignorance
  • Solve problems or obstacles, Bestow Desires in Life
  • Protects from Misery, Evil Eye, Bless Good Fortune, Gain Wealth
  • Infuse Self-discipline and Self-esteem, Remove Depress, Negative Feeling
  • Remove Poverty and hardships, Bless Supernatural Power
  • Remove Negative energies, Witchcraft, Black Magic, Bless Abundance, Good Health

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