Every year, the Hindu calendar celebrates four Navratri festivals. Those are
Every year, these four Navratris occur. Chaitra and Ashwayuja Navratri are well-known. The other two are Gupta Navratri and Gupta Navratri. Only those who have a tradition perform this. Gupta Navratri is predominantly observed in North India. Gupta Navratri is not like other pujas and Vratas in that it does not welcome everyone. These are carried out in complete secrecy. Goddess Durga is worshipped in nine forms, known as Navadurgs, throughout the nine days of Gupta Navratri.
In South India, this Navratri is celebrated as Shyamala Navratri. These Navratri are very special. Devotional worship of Goddess Shyamala on Navratri brings good jobs, higher ranks, education, and prosperity. Puranas and Itihasas also tell us that develop strong relationships between husbands and wives and get married quickly whos looking for marriage In order to kill the demon Bhandasura, Adi Parasakti emerges as Sri Lalita Devi and re-creates all god and Goddess. In order to create a goddess, Shyamala originated and she got appointed as Prime minister (Mantrini) of Goddess Lalitha. For that reason, Shyamaladevi is also known as Mantrini Devi. This mother is called Matangi in Dasha Maha Vidya.
This Navratri is known as Shyamala Navratri in South India. This Navratri is very special in the Hindu calendar. On the Navratri festival, devotional worship of Goddess Shyamala provides favorable jobs, higher positions, education, and prosperity. Puranas and Itihasas also advise us to build strong relationships between husbands and wives and to marry soon for those who are looking for a spouse. To destroy the demon Bhandasura, Adi Parasakti takes the form of Sri Lalita Devi and re-creates the entire universe. Shyamala was created in order to generate goddesses, and she was appointed as Goddess Lalitha's Prime Minister (Mantrini). Shyamaladevi is also known as Mantrini Devi because of this. In Dasha Maha Vidya, this mother is known as Matangi.
Matanga Maharshi is a companion of Himavantha (the father of Goddess Parvathi). He has worshipped Shyamala for many years, and his dream for Shyamala to become his daughter has been granted. Shyamala was born as Matanga's daughter and became known as Matangi Devi, as per his wishes. Godess Shyamala is also known as Neela Saraswati, Geya Chakra Vasini, Laghu Shyamala, Vagvadhini Shyamala, Nakula Shyamala, Hasanti Shyamala, Sarvasiddhi Matangi, Vasya Matangi, Sarika Shyamala, Shuka Shyamala, Raja Matangi.
Shyamala Navaratri 2022 Dates and tithi time
Shyamala Navratri begins on Wednesday, February 2nd, and ends on Thursday, February 10th.
Day-1 Puja: Laghu Śyāmala
|Date||2nd February 2022 Wednesday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Pratipada|
|Tithi Time||Jan 02, 3:42 AM - Jan 03, 12:03 AM|
Day-2 Puja: Vāgvādinī Śyāmala
|Date||3rd February 2022 Thursday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Dwitiya|
|Tithi Time||Feb 02, 8:31 am - Feb 03, 6:16 am|
Day-3 Puja: Nakulī Śyāmala
|Date||4th February 2022 Friday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Tritiya|
|Tithi Time||Feb 03, 6:16 am - Feb 04, 4:38 am|
Day-4 Puja: Hasanti Śyāmala
|Date||5th February 2022 Saturday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Chavithi|
|Tithi Time||Feb 04, 4:38 am - Feb 05, 3:47 am|
Day-5 Puja: Sarvasiddhi Mātaṅgi
|Date||6th February 2022 Sunday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Panchami|
|Tithi Time||Feb 05, 3:47 am - Feb 06, 3:47 am|
Day-6 Puja: Vaśya Mātaṅgi
|Date||7th February 2022 Monday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Shashti|
|Tithi Time||Feb 06, 3:47 am - Feb 07, 4:38 am|
Day-7 Puja: Sārikā Śyāmala
|Date||8th February 2022 Tuesday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Sapthami|
|Tithi Time||Feb 07, 4:38 am - Feb 08, 6:16 am|
Day-8 Puja: Śuka Śyāmala
|Date||9th February 2022 Wednesday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Ashtami|
|Tithi Time||Feb 08, 6:16 am - Feb 09, 8:31 am|
Day-9 Puja: Rāja Mātaṅgi
|Date||10th February 2022 Thursday|
|Tithi||Magha Sukla Navami|
|Tithi Time||Feb 09, 8:31 am - Feb 10, 11:08 am|
For this Goddess Swap Kunkumarchana with Matangi Ashtottaram, Shyamala Shodasha Nama puja, along with Nitya Pooja Recite Matangi Stotras such as the Hrudaya Stotra, Kavacha Stotra, Sahasranama, Sahasranama, and others if possible. If at all feasible, dress in a green or red color. Red flowers should be used to decorate. Payasa should be served like prasada. Recite Shyamala Shodasha Nama Stotram as well.
Hayagrīva Uvācha |
Tāṃ Tuṣṭuvuḥ Ṣoḍaśabhirnāmabhirnākavāsinaḥ |
Tāni Ṣoḍaśanāmāni Śṛṇu Kuṃbhasamudbhava || 1
Saṃgītayoginī Śyāmā Śyāmalā Maṃtranāyikā |
Maṃtriṇī Saciveśī Ca Pradhāneśī Śukapriyā || 2
Vaṇāvatī Vaiṇikī Ca Mudriṇī Priyakapriyā |
Nīpapriyā Kadaṃbeśī Kadaṃbavanavāsinī || 3
Sadāmadā Ca Nāmāni Ṣoḍaśaitāni Kuṃbhaja |
Etairyaḥ Saciveśānīṃ Sakṛt Stauti Śarīravān |
Tasya Trailokyamakhilaṃ Haste Tiṣṭhatyasaṃśayam || 4
Iti Śrī Brahmāṃḍapurāṇe Lalitopākhyāne Śrīśyāmalā Ṣoḍaśanāma Stotram |
Those who cannot chant above Shodasha Nama Stotram can recite below Shodasha names. Those are
1. Sangeeta Yogini 2. Shyama 3. Shyamala 4. Mantra Nayaka 5. Mantrini 6. Sachiveshi 7. Pradhaneshi 8. Shuka Priya 9. Veena Vati 10. Vainiki 11. Mudrini 12. Priyaka Priya 13 Neepa Priya 14. Kadambeshi 15. Kadamba Vanavasini 16. Sadamala
These Navratri days aren't just any Navratris; they're one-of-a-kind. Goddess Shyamala Devi blesses all devotees who celebrate Shyamala Navaratri Puja.