Navratri is the best period to make happy the ‘Supreme Power (Shakti).’ To ignite your fortune and to get awake your spiritual-religious powers and to worship the mother Goddess, the Navratras are auspicious and thus have their importance. This begins with ‘Kalash-Poojan’ i.e. worship. According to sanatan traditions of India, the ‘Asth(eight) Kanya Poojan’ on Durgasthmi the worshipping of Goddess mother has a great revering place. This grand festival of Durgasthmi is celebrated at Shaktipeeth Shri Devikoop Bhadrakali Mandir (Temple) in Navratras with a ‘Jagran’ on this night. In this ‘Jagran’ 52 Lucky families are blessed with a honour to get 52 ‘Jyotis’ i.e. holy fire in their hands to worship the 52 revered limbs of ‘Maa Sati’. In this auspicious episode, along with ‘Navdurga-MahaPoojan’ & ‘Bharat mata Poojan’ i.e. mother India is also worshipped. In this world of materialism and spiritualization ‘Maa’ as a word denotes and connotes the holiest concept. All the devotees chant the songs along with a renounced religious singer i.e. ‘Bhaints-Bhajan’ in honour of ‘Maa Bhadrakali’ with worshipping the formless form of Maa with ‘Jyoti-Poojan’ the whole night. Maa blesses all the devotees with the fulfillment of their wishes.