Navaratri which is considered as the nine sacred days of worshiping the Goddess Durga. In this period, the three forms of Goddess say for Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati were invoked.
The entire country India is celebrating Navaratri starts from 29th Sunday 2019 with a lot of enthusiasm. Though it is one of the auspicious time according to Hindu calendar where this Navaratri has been celebrated across different parts of the country in different ways. Let’s say for instance in Gujarat, Dandiya is the most highlight of this festival whereas in Bengal, Durga Puja is celebrated with lot of strength and energy.
So now I am going to discuss some of the basic steps that you must follow in this Navratri:
- Worshiping the God
Firstly you must worship the goddess Durga daily with light lamp,offer some flowers and also perform aarti in order to seek the blessings of the Goddess.
2.Things to keep at home
As you may know that apart from the usual rituals and some other things if kept at home during Navaratras may help you attract health & wealth. So be sure always always about this.
3. Always wear clean clothes
If you are not going out then you must stay bare-foot inside your home and make sure don’t let shoe/slippers worn outside at once entering your place. Better you may leave near to your doorsteps and must dress up in clean clothes.
I must say those who can must do it for nine days.Fasting is the most integral part of the Navaratri and has been to please the Goddess and also seek her blessings. It also helps to keep your body healthy and remove the toxic material outside from the body.
5.Perform Kanya Puja & Decorate The Goddess Durga
The adornment of the Goddess is really very important and also it marks as a respect towars the Goddess & on the 8th day of the Navratri or the Ashtami, Kanya puja(feeding those little girls) is must.
6. Next Talk about Akhand Jyot
Many of them were not aware of this but I must say you make sure to keep it in the South-West direction.
These are some of the basic steps that you may follow in order to celebrate Navratri.