As we all know, the religious days of the people of India are going to start from tomorrow, yes we are talking about Navratri. These days of Navratri are celebrated with great joy and gaiety throughout India, this devotion continues for 10 consecutive days. There is a reason behind all the festivals in India and the special reason for celebrating Navratri is that it is specially celebrated as Durga Mata and these days only Durga Mata is worshiped.
One of the auspicious fests of Hindu culture, as we know it is celebrated with pomp and show, in the India millions of people wait for the day and when the day is around the corner, we start preparing for that, you must be in the swim how good it is, we get satisfaction and peace. There many cultures or religions, and people are different ways of celebrating their own festival, and when we come to talk about Navratri, then we left eating non-veg and other ingredients such as Onion. It makes us feel so good pious, people worship the deity and we bring plenty of things from the shop to celebrate the fest. We worship God’s body and soul.
Nine Days Of Navratri
In India, the Nine days of Navratri are dedicated as Nine forms of Durga Mata, which is as follows.
- Maha Gauri
All these goddesses are worshiped on these nine days in Navratri, after 9 days, the 10th day is celebrated as Vijayadashami.
How To Celebrate Navratri
During Navratri, Navratri Puja is done daily, usually, this worship takes place in the evening after sunset and the pooja begins with Ganapati Bappa Ji’s aarti. it is based on many different types of rituals and people worshipped god for many days on the occasion of Navratri, during worshipped devotee prays for goodness and worshipped their statue and prepare any kind of dishes, which is offered to god. at the end of the day, manna is offered to god and worshipped. Let us tell you that these days many people keep Maa Durg outposts separately in their homes and go to the temple, but this time due to the Corona epidemic, people will celebrate Navratri by staying at home. Not only this, many people keep fast for no days, fasting starts from the morning and lasts till evening. After daily worship, people break their fast by eating the offerings made to the deity.
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May Goddess Durga shower all her blessings on you and your family. HAPPY NAVRATRI!