Mata Brahmacharini

Devi Brahmacharini is the second form among the nine divine forms of Mother Durga worshipped on the second day of Navratri. As the name symbolizes, she is the one who observed deep penance to attain Lord Shiva. The Goddess signifies love, affection and fidelity. She is believed to be the storehouse of divine wisdom and intellect.
Devi Brahmacharini is depicted walking barefoot, robed in a simple white saree with rosary on one hand and kamandala (sacred water pot) on the other hand. The serene Goddess is adorned with Rudraksha beads, her most adored ornaments.
By worshipping her with pure love and devotion, she can bestow you with immense stamina and enhanced metabolism to hold on to the fasting procedure, while your health remains unaffected.