On Navami tithi
in Devi paksha, ninth and the last night of Navaratri, Goddess comes to us in the form of Ma Siddhidhatri. In this form the Mother comes to us as the giver of boons, achievements, success, prosperity, spiritual power and siddhis to fulfill our deepest wishes and complete the cycle. This last form of Goddess Parashakti, even if considered to be one of the Navadurgas, is, in reality, also a form of Mother Lakshmi
as revealed by our Gurudev. It is quite interesting to notice that the last of the Navadurgas, as well as the last of the Mahavidyas (Kamalatmika) represents the qualities of Mother Lakshmi. It is because Mother Lakshmi herself represents the final achievement. This is why even Her name is derived from the word “lakshya” meaning “a goal”. In this form Divine Mother reminds us to wisely choose our goals, motivations and priorities in life, as She is ever ready to bless us with anything we ask for – and therefore it is essential that we ask for things, which are benefiting all and which are benevolent in nature, like She is.