Goddess Siddhidatri Matha
Maha Shakti, goddess Durga is worshipped as Goddess Siddhidatri which is her ninth form is on the ninth day of Dussera Navrathri festival. Goddess Siddhidatri Matha gives all eight siddhis such as Anima, Mahima, Garima, Laghima, Prapti, Prakamya, Iishitva and Vashitva. Siddhidatri Matha is the ultimate form of the Goddess among the Navadurga. Goddess Siddhidatri Matha is seated on Lotus and rides lion. She has four hands.
All Gods, Munishwars, Rushis and Sidda Yogis worship Goddess Siddhidatri Matha to attain the religious asset. According to Puranas, Lord Shiva attained all these siddhis by worshipping the Goddess Maha Shakti in her Siddhidatri Matha form. So with her gratitude, his half body has become of Goddess, hence Lord Shiva also called as ‘Ardhanarishvar’. Those who worship the Siddhidatri matha with full devotion are bestowed with all the success.
Goddess Siddhidatri Matha has supernatural healing powers and is always in a blissful happy enchanting pose.