Amongst the fourteen chief forms of Durga, the benevolent ones are most often depicted. This image is that of Jagaddhatri (the mother of the world). The red color is symbolic of energy and passion. Wearing golden clothes, she is seated gracefully on the lion. She carries Vishnu's mace, Shiva's trident, and Brahma's lotus, thus signifying that she is the universal mother, including all the male deities. She looks gentle and beautiful in the crown and other jewellery decorating each part of her body.
The field of the shawl has Devi's image in square frames in a row. In Hindi language it says Jai Mata Di, meaning glory and victory be to The Mother goddess. There is also the ancient Hindu symbol of swastika, which is a kind of mystical cross or mark made to denote good luck. It denotes welfare, prosperity, fortune and success. And that is also what one gets by propitiating goddess Durga.