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Learn Simple Sanskrit. An easy-paced approach to learn Sanskrit in English. She fought a fierce battle with the demons, ultimately killing them. According to a later episode of the Devi Mahatmya , Durga created Matrikas from herself and with their help slaughtered the demon army of Shumbha-Nisumha.
In this version, Kali is described as a Matrika who sucked all the blood of the demon Raktabija , from whose blood drop rose another demon. Kali is given the epithet Chamunda in the text. In the Varaha Purana , the story of Raktabija is retold, but here each of Matrikas appears from the body of another Matrika.
Chamunda appears from the foot of the lion-headed goddess Narasimhi. Here, Chamunda is considered a representation of the vice of tale-telling pasunya. According to another legend, Chamunda appeared from the frown of the benign goddess Parvati to kill demons Chanda and Munda. Here, Chamunda is viewed as a form of Parvati.
The Matsya Purana tells a different story of Chamunda's origins. She with other matrikas was created by Shiva to help him kill the demon Andhakasura, who has an ability - like Raktabija - to generate from his dripping blood. Chamunda with the other matrikas drinks the blood of the demon ultimately helping Shiva kill him.
Having drunk the blood, Chamunda's complexion changed to blood-red. She plays the instrument during the deluge that drowns the world. Chamunda is one of the saptamatrikas or Seven Mothers. The Matrikas are fearsome mother goddesses, abductors and eaters of children; that is, they were emblematic of childhood pestilence, fever, starvation, and disease. They were propitiated in order to avoid those ills, that carried off so many children before they reached adulthood.
She is often depicted in the Saptamatrika group in sculptures, examples of which are Ellora and Elephanta caves. Though she is always portrayed last rightmost in the group, she is sometimes referred to as the leader of the group. She is also the only Matrika who enjoys independent worship of her own; all other Matrikas are always worshipped together. The Devi Purana describe a pentad of Matrikas who help Ganesha to kill demons.
The mothers are described as established by the creator god Brahma for saving king Harishchandra from calamities. Chanda means terrible while Munda stands for Brahma's head or lord or husband. In the Vishnudharmottara Purana - where the Matrikas are compared to vices - Chamunda is considered as a manifestation of depravity.
Chamunda is assigned the direction of south-west. Chamunda, being a Matrika, is considered one of the chief Yoginis , who are considered to be daughters or manifestations of the Matrikas. In the context of a group of sixty-four yoginis, Chamunda is believed to have created seven other yoginis, together forming a group of eight. In the context of eighty-one yoginis, Chamunda heads a group of nine yoginis. A South Indian inscription describes ritual sacrifices of sheep to Chamunda.
Many Kshatriyas and even the Jain community worship her as her Kuladevi "family deity". The Chapa dynasty worshiped her as their kuladevi.
Alungal family, a lineage of Mukkuva caste — Hindu caste of Shudra origin in Kerala — worship chamundi in Chandika form, as Kuladevta and temple is in Thalikulam village of Thrissur , Kerala. This is an example of Chamunda worship across caste sects. In the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh , around 10 kilometres 6. The goddess's image is flanked by the images of Hanuman and Bhairava. According to a legend, Chamunda was enshrined as chief deity "Rudra Chamunda", in the battle between the demon Jalandhara and Shiva.
In Gujarat , two Chamunda shrines are on the hills of Chotila and Parnera. There are multiple Chamunda temples in Odisha. The 8th-century Baitala Deula is the most prominent of them, also being one of the earliest temples in Bhubaneswar. The Mohini temple and Chitrakarini temple in Bhubaneswar are also dedicated to Chamunda.
Here, the goddess is identified with Durga , who killed the buffalo demon. Chamundeshwari or Durga, the fierce form of Shakti , a tutelary deity held in reverence for centuries by the Maharaja of Mysore.
The goddess is still worshiped by the royal family of Jodhpur and other citizens of the city. The temple witnesses festivities in Dussehra: Another legend tells the story of conversion of Chamunda into a Jain goddess. According to this story, Chamunda sculpted the Mahavira image for the temple in Osian, Jodhpur and was happy with the conversions of the Oswals to Jainism.
At the time of Navratri , a festival that celebrates the Divine Mother, Chamunda expected animal sacrifices from the converted Jains. The vegetarian Jains, however, were unable to meet her demand. Ratnaprabhasuri intervened, and as a result, Chamunda accepted vegetarian offerings, forgoing her demand for meat and liquor.
Ratnaprabhsuri further named her Sacciya , one who had told the truth, as Chamunda had told him the truth that a rainy season stay in Osian would be beneficial for him. She also became the protective goddess of the temple and remained the clan goddess, Kuladevi , of the Oswals.
The Sachiya Mata Temple in Osian was built in her honour. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the village in Nepal , see Chamunda, Nepal.
For the skipper butterfly genus, see Chamunda butterfly. Goddess of war and "epidemics of pestilent diseases, famines, and other disasters". Scriptures and texts. Festivals and temples.
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