Mata Chandraghanta

Goddess Chandraghanta is the third one among the Navadurga Devi’s and is also the preceding diety on the third day of Navaratri.
The name Chandraghanta is a combination of two words Chandra and Ghanta, where chandra means moon and Gantha means bell.
The Goddess got the name as she is adorned with Chadra (moon) on her head in the form of a bell shape.
This Goddess also carries a bell with her that looks like a moon, which she uses in the war with demons. This is also another attribute by which this Goddess got the name Chandraghanta.
Known for her protecting nature, this Goddess is associated with the Manipura Chakra of Kundalini.