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Navratri (10 – 18 October 2018)

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Navratri (10 – 18 October 2018)

(Navaratri is the main festival to be celebrated by Hindus in India)

Navaratri is a nine-day festival celebrated in Hinduism which is dedicated to Goddess Durga. On the tenth day after its ninth day, Vijayadashami, that means Dussehra, is celebrated. Shardhi Navaratri is considered as the most important and important mountain in all the Navaratri, hence it is also called Maha Navaratri. During this nine different forms of the mother are worshiped. In the same way, in a year, Chaitra, Ashadh, Ashwin and Magh, together with the Navratri four times come in the month, but Navratri, from the curse of the Shukla party of Chaitra and Ashwin month, is very popular. Due to being in the spring, due to Vasanti Navratri, Vasanti Navaratri is also known as Shardhiya Navaratri, Navratri of Ashwin Mas coming in the autumn. In Chaitra and Ashwin Navaratri, Ashwin Navaratri is said to be called Mahanta Vratra.

One reason for this is that this Navratri falls right before Dussehra, Navratri is opened only on the day of Dussehra. In nine days of Navratri, different forms of worship of the mother are also seen as worship of Shakti.


There are nine different forms of Mother Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandharghanta, Kushmanda, Skandmatata, Katiyani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri Mata. On the first day of Navratri, the substitution is done. After this, the mother is worshiped and fast for nine consecutive days. Fasting is opened on the tenth day after the worship of Kanya.

10th October (Wednesday) 2018: ghat sthaapan evan  Maa Shailaputri pooja,  Maa Brahmacharini pooja

October 11 (Thursday) 2018: Maa Chandra Ghanta pooja

October 12 (Friday) 2018: Maa Kushmanda pooja

October 13 (Saturday) 2018: Maa Skandmata pooja

14 October (Sunday) 2018: Panchami date – Sarswati Ahvahan

October 15 (Monday) 2018:  Maa Katyayani pooja

October 16 (Tuesday) 2018: Maa Kaalratri pooja

October 17 (Wednesday) 2018: Maa Mahagauri pooja, Durga ashtamee , Maha Navami

October 18 (Thursday) 2018:Maa Sidhidatri, Navratri Pass

September 19 (Friday) 2018: Durga Visarjan, Vijay Dashami

Mata is also known as Swaminar of Siddis, and for this reason she has named Siddhidathri. According to the scriptures of Navaratri and the seeker doing meditation with complete devotion, all the achievements are attained. Nothing in the universe remains inaccessible to him. Mother Siddhidathri is considered as the most important. They are also said to be the goddess of totality. However, the worship of Mother Siddhadra can be done anytime, but the ninth day of Navaratri is considered the best. On this day, all the Siddis are received by the people who worship them with law and devotion.

According to the Puranas, there are eight siddhis of Goddess Siddhidathri. According to Devi Purana, only after attaining worship of Siddhidtri, Shiva attained the achievements. It is believed that the worship of Goddess Siddhidthari is achieved by the temporal and supernatural powers. All the physical and spiritual desires of the people are fulfilled by the sadhana of mother Siddhadri.

Their worship and worship have been very beneficial for the students. The blessing of Mother Siddhartha is absolutely essential for achieving success and superiority in all the Vidyasas.

On this day, mother Siddhidatra should offer Navaan Prasad, food containing nawras, nine types of flowers and nine kinds of fruits. First of all, worship of the Kalash and meditation of all Goddesses set in it. After this, worshiping Mother’s Mantra should be worshiped and worshiped them. On this day nine girls should be allowed to enjoy in the house. Siddhidadri is the last in Navdurgas and all worship of devotees is completed by their worship. The age of girls should be more than two years and up to 10 years and their number must be at least 9. From worship, the mother is immediately pleased with her devotees. Devotees get the religion, meaning, work and salvation in the world.

With the grace of Siddhidatti, man succeeds in attaining salvation by attaining all kinds of accomplishment. Mother Siddhidathi gives complete accomplishments to her worshipers. All Shlokas of Durga Saptashati can be used to worship the Mother Siddhaditya in the worship. With the worship of this final form of Mother Durga, the ritual of Navaratri culminates.