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Query from: Anonymous, INDIA, 10/12/07
Topic: SPIRITUALITY      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: spirituality

please tell me the benefits of reading durga kavach.And whats the ideal time to b read and if my reading will benefit others too?

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Response from: Latha Jayaprakash,   
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Dear ,

Please go to the site http://www.shivdhaam.com.au/books.h…

Hope this helps you. All the best

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Response from: Mrs. Sai Sai,   
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Anonymous,

Please see this link for Durga Kavach

http://www.durga-puja.org/durga-kaw…

Durga Kavach is a collection of special shlokas from the Markandey Purana and is part of the Durga Saptashti. Chanting Durga Kavach during the Navratras is considered auspicious by the devotees of Duga Ma.

You can listen to Durga Kavach in this link

http://www.raaga.com/channels/hindi…

You can download Durga Kavach from this link

http://01-mp3search.com/top53-durga…

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Response from: gayathri nagarajanZs,   
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read it on tuesday and friday on raahu kaalam period.Good for your family and you.

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Response from: Sharadha Sundaresan,   
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Dear Anonymous, This is the right time that you have asked for since, Navrathri is also being celebrated with great pomp now. Durga Kavacha, as the name indicates, it is like a RAKSHA. It safeguards you against your enemies, wards off all the evil spirits, and bad luck. It gives you strength, courage and boldness. You can read it any time. But, when you read it during the Rahu kalam it is very ideal.

Good luck!!!

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Response from: BALAJI SATHYANARAYANA,   
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Dear devotee, You can find the Durga Kavach at the following site.

http://www.durga-puja.org/durga-kaw…

Further visit the following site for little more elaborate meanings., an extract of which is given hereunder.

http://www.saibabalinks.org/news/ot…

These hymns of Devi Mahatmyam embodies Mantras and there is a procedure for its recitation. There are three hymns: "the Argala Stotram, Keelaka Stotram and the Kavacham", which are to be chanted before reciting the Devi Mahatmyam. 'Argalam' enables to prevent obstructions. 'Keelakam' is chanted for removing impediments while undertaking this worship. 'Kavacham' is recited to protect the devotee like a shield from all dangers.

Every Mantra is full of inner significance. And every Mantra is repeated by devotees for some purpose or the other. Especially, the Devi-Mahatmyam is recited for averting calamities in life. Catastrophies, calamities and tensions, whatever they be, all these are averted by a regular daily recital of the Devi-Mahatmiyam.

Whatever information I could gather, I tried to present here for your benefit.

If I fall short of more information, I may please be pardoned.

Ideal time is when the body and mind are fresh. In Hindu dharma, akala pooja time is from 12.00 p.m. to 04.30 p.m. and during Rahukalam, yamagndam etc. people try not to start the pooja, but can continue if started earlier.

Tremondous benefits accrue by reading the Kavach not only to self but to the entire universe as after every pooja the sloka "Loka Samastham Sukhino Bhavanthu" is chanted. Loka includes all pranis and nature, not just living beings.

Jai Maate.

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