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Adda247 Wishes Everyone a Happy Navratri!

Navratri is one of the most celebrated and auspicious festivals for Hindus in India. Navratri is celebrated across the country with different names, rituals and customs. It is one of the few festivals that binds the entire nation together with the string of festivity, merriment and piousness. Navratri is a nine-day festival where nine avatars of Maa Durga are worshipped each day.

Navratri 2023 Date & Time

Mark your calendars! Navratri 2023, a highly anticipated festival in India, is just around the corner. This year, the celebrations will commence on the 15th of October 2023 and conclude on the 24th of October 2023. These dates are significant for all devotees as they mark the onset of a joyous and spiritually enriching period.

Navratri 2023 Mythological Significance

Navratri holds profound mythological importance in Hindu culture. It symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, a tale rooted in the battle against the demon Mahisasur. Mahisasur, blessed with near-invulnerability, posed a grave threat to the divine realm and humanity. However, the combined energies of the gods culminated in the creation of Goddess Durga. She embarked on a ten-day battle, ultimately vanquishing Mahisasur on the last day. This story underlines the enduring significance of Navratri as a celebration of the divine victory.

Navratri 2023

Navratri is celebrated on these 9 days to worship nine different avatars of Maa Durga. The nine forms of Mata Durga which are worshipped during Navratri are Shailputri on Pratipada; Brahmacharini on Dwitiya; Chandarghanta on Tritiya; Kushmanda on Chaturthi; Skand Mata on Panchami; Katyayani on Shashthi; Kaalratri on Saptami; Mahagauri on Ashtami and Siddhidatri on Navami.

Navratri 2023 & Durga Puja 2023

Navratri and Durga Puja are two closely intertwined festivals celebrated with enthusiasm and devotion. Durga Puja, an integral part of Navratri, is dedicated to worshipping Goddess Durga. As Navratri unfolds, the fervour of Durga Puja builds, bringing communities together in reverence and festivity. These celebrations are a testament to the enduring cultural and spiritual significance of these events.

Navratri 2023 Celebrations

Navratri is a time of grand celebrations, observed with fervour and devotion throughout India. This nine-day festival unites the nation through its diverse rituals, customs, and a shared sense of festivity. Each day of Navratri is dedicated to the worship of one of the nine avatars of Maa Durga. The celebrations encompass elaborate pujas, traditional dances like Garba and Dandiya, and vibrant processions, making Navratri a truly vibrant and unifying experience.

Navratri 2023 Kalash Sthapana Muhurat

For those looking to observe Navratri with spiritual precision, the auspicious Kalash Sthapana ritual is crucial. It is advised to perform this ritual during the Abhijeet Muhurat, a highly auspicious time window. Mark your calendars and ensure that you undertake this sacred practice at the right moment to invoke blessings and positivity during Navratri 2023.

Type of Navratri

There are four Navratri celebrated by the Hindus throughout the year, although, only Chaitra Navratri and Sharodiya Navratri are celebrated with great pomp and splendour on a large scale. While Chaitra Navratri is celebrated in the spring season and Sharodiya Navratri is celebrated in the autumn season. Shardiya Navaratri 2023, a festival dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga, will begin on 15 October 2023, and end on 24 October 2023. People are advised to perform Kalash Sthapana during the auspicious Abhijeet Muhurat.

Adda247 extends its heartfelt wishes to all readers for a joyous and spiritually fulfilling Navratri. May your deepest desires find fruition during this auspicious occasion, and may the blessings of Goddess Durga bestow upon you good health, the serenity of mind, and the renewed strength to pursue your life’s ambitions with vigour.

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