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Navaratri Special Combo

Navaratri Special Combo

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Aromya has brought a special natural alcohol/chemical-free fragrance oil for you, which you can use in your temple or home without any worries. Aromya understands how difficult it is to find and offer 9 Goddess their favorite flowers, so we have brought a special pack for you that you can use to please the 9 goddesses at home with their favorite flower's fragrance.

You must be aware that it is written in the scriptures that 9 different flowers are used for the 9 goddesses and each of them has their favorite flower. However, it is difficult to find these flowers fresh in the market, so Aromya has come up with a solution to your problem by bringing 9 natural flower fragrance spray oils that you can use at home to please the 9 goddesses and seek their blessings during Navratri. Let us come together this Navratri, seek blessings from the 9 goddesses, and offer them their favorite flowers.


Flowers are amongst the most beautiful treasures that Mother Nature has bestowed us with. Flowers are considered auspicious and they are also an integral part of Hindu worshipping. There is no puja or prayer that is considered complete without adding colourful, vibrant and fragrant flowers. But it is not just any flower that is offered to any deity, rather, each flower holds a different significance and thus chosen to be offered to a particular deity.

It is a common belief that flowers or its fragrance give happiness to gods and if you wish to please god, offering the aromya oil fragrance may help.

The fragrance of the aromya oil lends a positive and aesthetic vibe to the place of worship. It helps in attracting positive energy and creating an ideal environment for prayer and worshipping.

Hindu tradition holds great significance in offering flowers to Gods and Goddess but many of us may not be aware that different varieties of flowers are offered to different deities.

Aromya Brings the same flowers in the form of Aromya fragrance oil which you can use to worship the gods.
Aromya understands the paid when you are not able to get the flowers and therefore Aromya convert the same flower into Aromya oil. It is exactly as same as flower but in the form of Fragrance Oil.

The aromya brings Navratri Fragrance Oil Combo for you to worship the 9 Goddesses of Navratri. You can worship the 9 Goddesses with 9 different Aromya oils to create an positive environment for prayer.

Day 1 ( माँ शैलपुत्री )

Maa Shailaputri is the goddess that is worshipped on the first day of the nine-day-long Hindu festival of Navratri. Shailaputri means the daughter of the mountains.
Worshipping Maa Shailaputri with "hibiscus" aromya oil also known as "Jamaika" brings lots of positive vibes.

Day 2 ( माँ ब्रह्मचारिणी )

Devi Bhramacharini is a form of goddess Durga that is celebrated on the second day of the 9 day long festival of Navratri. You can use "Shevanti" Aromya oil to worship Devi Brahmacharini because it is said that "Shevanti" flower or "Chrysanthemum" flower symbolizes fidelity, optimism, joy and long life.

Day 3 ( माँ चंद्रघंटा )

On the third day of the auspicious celebration or festival of Navratri, we pray to Devi Chandraganta.
Chandraganta, the goddess whose forehead is bedecked with a crescent-shaped moon that also looks like the bell of a temple. "Lotus" is one of the most beautiful blooms. Offer it to Goddess Chandraghanta on the third day of Navratri to seek her blessings.

Day 4 ( माँ कूष्माण्डा )

Maa Kushmanda is the Goddess of a form of Durga that is worshipped on the fourth day of the 9-day-long festival of Navratri, which is celebrated in India. Maa Kushmanda is also known as the smiling Goddess. Devotees worship Goddess Kushmanda on the fourth day. You can impress her with the mesmerising "Jasmine" fragrance oil to seek her blessings and to bring positivity.

Day 5 ( माँ स्कन्दमाता )

Maa Skandamata is worshipped on the fifth day of the nine day-long festival of Navratri. ‘Skanda’ means Kartikeya who was the firstborn child of Shiva and Parvati and ‘mata’ means mother so Skandamata essentially is the story of goddess Parvati. You can use "Rose" oil while worshipping the goodess to please her for good fortune.

Day 6 ( माँ कात्यायनी )

Maa Katyayani is worshipped on the sixth day of the nine-day long Hindu festival of Navratri. Maa Katyayani is one of the most popular forms of Durga who is prayed to during Navratri. To seek the divine blessings of the 6th avatar of Maa Sherawali, Maa Katyayani, you should prefer to offer your reverence through "Jasmine" oil.

Day 7 ( माँ कालरात्रि )

On the 7th day of Navratri, we celebrate the 7th avatar of Goddess Durga, Kaalratri (also spelt Kalaratri). She is also known as Shubhankari. Kaalratri is the fiercest form of Devi Durga. She is the destroyer of evil. To seek the blessings of Maa Kaalratri, you should prefer to offer "Passion" flower oil or "Krishnakamal" as it is traditionally used as a calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and hysteria.

Day 8 ( माँ महागौरी )

On the eighth day of the nine day-long festival of Navratri, we celebrate and we pray to Maa Mahagauri.
‘Maha’ means extremely and ‘Gauri’ means fair. "Mogra" flower oil is used by devotees who wish for a child or a bride or a groom. Using "Mogra" oil for worshipping brings happiness.

Day 9 ( माँ सिद्धिदात्री )

On the ninth day of the nine-day long Hindu festival of Navratri, we worship the ninth form of Devi Durga. The ninth form of Devi Durga is Maa Siddhidatri. You can use "Shevanti" Aromya oil to worship Maa Siddhidatri because it is said that "Shevanti" flower or "Chrysanthemum" flower symbolizes fidelity, optimism, joy and long life.


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