9 Days Of Navratri Celebration

Durga is the Hindu goddess of strength. In the Hindu religion, she is considered to be the mother of all living beings. The festival of Navaratri marks her victory over the demon Mahishasura.

The festival lasts for nine days, and it is celebrated with great fervor in India and Nepal. On the ninth day, Durga has a grand celebration where she rides a lion and kills Mahishasura.

The first three days are devoted to worshiping Goddess Saraswati, while Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the fourth day. The fifth day is dedicated to Ganesha on this day people make an idol of Ganesha from clay or mud and worship it with flowers, fruits and sweets.

Navratri is a Hindu festival which is celebrated to worship Goddess Durga. Navratri 2022 will be celebrated from the 26th of September to the 5th of October.

The festival starts with nine days of fasting and ends with the celebration of Vijayadashami, which marks the victory of good over evil.

Navratri means “nine nights” in Sanskrit and it celebrates Durga’s victory over Mahishasura, who was a buffalo-demon king.

During this time, devotees chant mantras and perform rituals that symbolize Durga’s victory.

On the last day, Vijayadashami, people celebrate by making sweets and distributing them among friends and family members.

The festival of Navratri is celebrated in India with nine days of festivities. The ninth day, Dussehra, is the most important day of the festival. It symbolizes the victory of good over evil.

Navratri is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. The festival starts on the first day with a ritual called Aarti, which means "offering light". The ritual is usually performed by people in front of an image or statue of goddess Durga.

The celebration continues for nine days with different rituals and prayers being performed on each day. On the last day of Navratri, Dussehra, there are celebrations all around India as well as other countries where Hindus have migrated to and settled down in large numbers.

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