Get Ready To Groove The Beats of Navratri


Navratri is a Hindu festival that is celebrated over nine days during the month of Ashvin, which usually falls in September or October. It is a time of fasting, dancing, and dressing up in traditional Indian wear.

Here are ten ways to celebrate Navratri:

Dress Up: Wear traditional Indian clothes such as lehenga choli, sarees, and salwar kameez.
Decorate Your Home: Clean your home and decorate it with flowers, rangolis, and lights to welcome Goddess Durga.
Observe Fasting: Many people observe fasts during Navratri and abstain from consuming meat, grains, alcohol, onion, garlic, etc. They eat only vegetarian food and avoid certain ingredients such as salt, sugar, and oil.
Perform Puja: Offer prayers to Goddess Durga and seek her blessings for a prosperous and happy life.
Dance: Garba and Dandiya Raas are popular dance forms that are performed during Navratri. People gather in large groups and dance to the beats of traditional music.
Attend Community Events: Attend community Navratri events and festivals to celebrate the spirit of the festival with others.
Prepare Special Food: Many people prepare special food items during Navratri such as Sabudana Khichdi, Kuttu Ki Puri, Singhare Ke Atte Ki Puri, Aloo Ki Sabzi, etc.
Donate to the Less Fortunate: Donate to the less fortunate as an act of charity.
Read About Navratri: Learn about the history and significance of Navratri by reading books or articles on the subject.
Watch Navratri Movies: Watch movies that are based on Navratri or have a festive theme such as “Kai Po Che”, “Raasleela”, “Loveyatri”, etc.

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