Thrikala Pooja-Bhagavathi Seva

Thrikaala indicates dawn, noon and night. It is done as 3 separate poojas in a day. Thrikaala pooja is done to avoid all miseries & calamities & to get rid of it. Pooja is for 3 deities& separate naivedya, manthra& dhyanam for all deities.

Goddess as the supreme power and creator of the universe. It describes a storied battle between good and evil, where the Devi manifesting as goddess Durga leads the forces of good against the demon Mahishasura—the goddess is very angry and ruthless, and the forces of good win.

In peaceful prosperous times, states the text, the Devi manifests as Lakshmi, empowering wealth creation and happiness.

Goddess Mahalakshmi is the avatar of Durga. She is a great Warrior Goddess, representing divine anger and the lethal energy against evil. World under attack by a form-shifting Mahishasura, an evil demon who uses deception to disarm his opponents, ultimately taking the form of a buffalo demon. He defeats the male gods individually, who fear total annihilation of the forces of good. They team up, combine their individual strengths and channel it into endowed Durga. Riding a lion into battle, Durga captures and slays the buffalo demon, by cutting off its head. She then destroys the inner essence of the demon as it emerged from the buffalo’s severed neck, thereby establishing order in the world.