1. Navratri's second day honors Godess Brahmacharini for her purity and strong will. She did tapasya for 100 years to attain Lord Shiva.
2. Brahmacharini is Parvati's unmarried form, depicted with a rosary and a pot, symbolizing bliss and calm.
3. The color of the day is green, symbolizing tranquility, while orange is also used to infuse strong energy everywhere.
4. Worshipping Maa Brahmacharini is believed to bring blessings of penance, renunciation, and good fortune.
5. Devotees seek blessings for emancipation (moksha) and the endowment of peace and prosperity.