On the third day of Navratri, the worship of Maa Chandharghanta is performed. This form of devi is very beautiful, enticing and supernatural. This form of beautiful goddess similar to the moon, is a sign of divine aromas and divine sounds. This form of devi is extremely peaceful and welfare.
In his head there is a ghanta shape half sized moon, so it is called Chandraghanta Devi. Their body color is as shining as gold. They have ten hands. In their ten hands, weapons and arrows, such as khadas, weapons and arrows are adorned. Their vehicle is a lion, it symbolizes heroism and power.
She’s depicted as a ferocious 10-armed Goddess, roaring in anger. Chandraghanta is worshiped on the third day of Navratri. She has a gold complexion and on her brow she wears a crescent moon, which is why she’s called Chandraghanta by her devotees. In accordance with scriptures during a great struggle between gods and the demons, the sound vibrations produced by her ghanta (bell) took the lives of many wicked enemies. She rides on a lion and is believed to destroy all evil and wicked. The ferocious Goddess is happy by providing milk, sweets or kheer.