Online Prasad from Mata Chandi Devi Temple
Prasad Box Includes
- Dry Fruit Prasad
- Raksha Dhaga
- Mata Chandi Ji ki Chunari
- Mata Chandi ji ki Photo
Maa Chandi Devi Haridwar
Chandi Devi also known as Chandika is the presiding deity of the Mata Chandika Devi Temple. As per the legends, the demon kings Shumbha and Nishumbha captured the kingdom of heaven overthrowing Indra (God-King) and banished as the Gods from heaven. After a lot of prayers by the gods, a goddess emerged from Parvati. She was said to be an exceptionally beautiful woman. Shumbha was amazed by her beauty and desired to marry her. On being refused, Shumbha sent his demon chiefs Chanda and Munda to kill her. They were killed by goddess Chamunda who originated out of Chandika's anger. Shumbha and Nishumbha together tried to kill Chandika but they were slained by the goddess instead. It is said that Chandika Devi rested at the top of Neel Parvat for a short while. Hence a temple was built here to testify her legend.
Mata Chandi Devi Temple Prasad Includes
Dry Fruit Prasad
A devotional offering made to a god, typically consisting of food that is later shared among devotees.
Usually while distributing the sacrament in any temple, the priest will say, "This is not just a food to eat but the physical presence of God’s blessing to you.”
There are many customs and beliefs in Sanatan Dharma, which has not only a religious but also a scientific side of the theory that fits perfectly even in the present times. No religious ritual is complete without a Kalava (Rakshasutra or Moli). When starting any auspicious work or buying a new item, we definitely tie a Kalava, so that it gives auspiciousness in our life.
Maharishis have described its importance as Sindooram Saubhagya Vardhanam. Sindoor is used in all religious programs of Hinduism because without it the worship is considered incomplete. While vermilion is a symbol of good luck, it is also beneficial for health.
We also provide a Picture of Ma Chandika Devi and her Chunari.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Graphical representation of Prasad in the website may sometimes vary from the actual presentation. However all the inclusions mentioned on the website shall be present.
The delivery timeline may vary between 7 to 10 working days.
The delivery will be done by a third party courier.
The Prasads are non-refundable as they are sent after being offered in the Name and Gotra of the client.
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