Navratri Begins Date
In India, Navaratri has its important value. This festival is celebrated to 9 days constantly. All 9 days of Navratri belong to 9 different deities and they all are the incarnation of Goddess Durga.
It’s only Indian where females are also worshiped. And worshiping Devi Durga is the great sign of it.
Those who believe in Goddess Durga never skip chance to take fast during Navratri. It’s believed that Maan Durga is the sign of power, stamina and strengthens.
Why it’s celebrated?
It’s the way of respecting women. All the devotees who believe in Goddess Durga never let down the women, girls and never beat or fight with women.
On the other hand, all women and girls who worship Goddess Durga learn from her how to maintain their stamina and strength even in the critical situation. Navratri is the nine day festival which means nine nights.
How it’s celebrated?
This festival belongs to 9 days having fast. Devotees having good health go along with 9 days fasting while those who are weak consider fasting on first and the last day. During Nine day fasting, devotees take fast and chant mantras belong to Goddess Durga.
In temples, Bhajan, Kirtan and Katha keep going on. Aarti and kirtan is done in many house to please Goddess Durga. This festival is celebrated all across India in different ways like it’s celebrated as Durga Pooja in West Bengal.
Muhurat of Navratri:
If you are going to take fast for all 9 days then it’s really very good to get blessed by Maan Durga. Here, we are going to inform you about the best timing.
- Navratri Start Date is 21st September 2017, Day: Thursday,
- Navrarti End Date is 29th September 2017, Day: Friday.
Items To Perform Navratri Pooja:-
Performing Navratri Pooja is considered very auspicious. And you need to have various things to perform this special pooja. Here we are exploring, take a look.
Cotton Batti, Flowers, Mango Leaves, Klava, Fruits, AgarBatti, Cardamom, Chunri , Cloves, Coconut, Curd, Diya, Ganga Water, Kalash, Ghee, Idol of Durga Maa, Roli, Rice
Benefit of Navratri Puja
During Navratri, devotees survive taking milk, dairy products and fruits. Giving rest to our stomach is also essential. In nine days fasting, we keep ourselves away from junk food and take only fruits and dairy product which is very important for our life.