Archetype Parvati is consort of Lord Shiva and mother of Ganesha and Kartikeya. She represents the creative feminine energy or Shakti responsible for proliferation and sustenance of our societies. She is the Divine Mother who is the epitome of love, nourishment and fertility. All other forms of Goddesses who emanated to accomplish specific purposes and address different needs, originate from her energy. Goddess Parvati is overlord of the Moon.
Apart from her devotees who feel naturally connected to her with special reverence, others who can pray to her for specific blessings are:
Praying to Goddess Parvati online can grant you the following benefits:
Auspicious Moon or Venus horas are good for worshipping Goddess Parvati. You can perform Parvati devi pooja on Fridays, on 4th Moon, 13th Moon, 14th Moons and Full Moon Phases.
You can also participate in real time Parvati homa or pooja performed with elaborate rituals amidst Vedic chants by priests in India.
After death of Sati, wife of Shiva, he became an ascetic and went into a long and deep meditation. Meanwhile, the demons like Tarakasura and others grew in power due to a boon given by Brahma: that Tarakasura can be killed only by son of lord Shiva. He had sought this boon because he knew that Shiva was an ascetic. As the demons began to grow in power, the Gods devised a plan to get Shiva married again. Sati was born again as Parvati the daughter of the mountain Himalayas and Mena. Form very young age Parvati had made up her mind to marry Lord Shiva and she grew up into a maiden she took up penance to achieve Shiva’s love. Brahma sends the cupid God Kama to fill Shiva’s heart with love and attraction for Parvati. When Shiva realizes the game of Kama, he burns Kama into ashes with the fire of his rage. But Parvati determined to save the world from the demons continued her penance and won over Lord Shiva.