Durga occupies a prominent status within Hinduism, revered as a significant deity. She is held in high regard as a primary embodiment of the mother goddess Devi and stands as one of the most revered and widely worshiped figures in Indian spirituality. Her domain encompasses the protection of righteousness, courage, motherhood, warfare, and the trans formative power of destruction. The core of her legend revolves around confronting malevolent forces and demons that pose a threat to harmony, abundance, and the supremacy of righteousness (Dharma) over malevolence. Durga is believed to unleash her divine wrath to champion the oppressed and utilizes destruction as a means to fuel creation and renewal.