Durga is depicted in the Hindu pantheon as a Goddess riding a lion or tiger, with many arms each carrying a weapon, often defeating Mahishasura (lit. buffalo demon). The three principal forms of Durga worshiped are Maha Durga, Chandika and Aparajita.
Durga (Sanskrit: दुर्गा, IAST: Durgā), distinguished a head and mainstream type of the Hindu Goddess Parvati. She is a goddess of war, the warrior type of Parvati, whose folklore revolves around battling shades of malice and devilish powers that undermine harmony, flourishing, and Dharma the intensity of good over underhanded Durga is additionally a furious type of the defensive mother goddess, who releases her celestial fury against the mischievous for the freedom of the mistreated, and involves obliteration to enable creation.
Durga is portrayed in the Hindu pantheon as a goddess riding a lion or tiger, with numerous arms each conveying a weapon,[ frequently crushing Mahishasura (lit. wild ox evil spirit). The three chief types of Durga loved are Maha Durga, Chandika and Aparajita. Of these, Chandika has two structures called Chandi and of Chamunda who is a type of Kali made by the goddess for executing devils Chanda and Munda. Maha Durga has three structures: Ugrachanda, Bhadrakali and Katyayani. Katyayani Durga is likewise loved as her nine appellations called Navadurga.