Happy Navratri – Best wishes, Images, and Nine Goddesses of Navratri – 2022

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Happy Navratri or Navratri is an Indian festival that is celebrated two times a year. It is a religious and sacred festival and celebrated as the festival for the victory of Good over evil.

It is celebrated in the Shukla paksha of Chaitra month and Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month.

In the Chaitra month, it comes before the birth of Shri Ram and Hanuman. Shri Ram was born on the Ninth day of Navratri and Hanuman is on Purnima.

In the Ashwin month, It comes before the Vijaya Dashmi or Dushara, the day when Shri Ram killed the Raavan.

Navratri is a nine-day festival celebrated in India. It is also celebrated in many other parts of the world.

The word Navratri means “nine nights” or “nine days”. It is celebrated for nine evenings and ten days, with each day dedicated to a different form of Devi – Durga, Lakshmi, Parvati, etc. The tenth day is called Dussehra and it celebrates the victory of good over evil.

The festival begins with Durga Puja when people worship Durga as a formless deity with ten arms carrying weapons to kill Mahishasura and his followers.

On Navratri days people do not eat or make food with onions and fast on the nine days or as per their wish. Many people enlighten the Akand Jyoti during all of Navratri.

Kanjak

Kanjak is an important part of the Navratri and it is celebrated on Aasthmi or Navmi. On this day Nine or Eight young girls who do not attain puberty are showered with Gifts and Bhog. Sometimes there can be seen a small boy along with Kanjak. These are all rituals that are in process for a very long time.

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Happy Navratri Wishes

Wish You a very Happy Navratri and this year may be healthy and prosperous for you.

May this Navratri the Goddess Lakshmi come to all our homes.

May this Navratri Maa Ambe give us the Right mindset or Sadhbudhi.

May Maa Ambe gives you the strength to fight all of your problems.

May this Navratri bring happiness, prosperity, Calmness, and success to your life.

Happy Navrati to everyone.

Happy Navratri – May this Navratri bring away all the stress, anxiety, mental illness, and all other problems.

Maa Durga bring happiness and joy to my family and friends’ life.

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Nine Goddesses of Navratri

  1. Shailputri
  2. Brahmacharini
  3. Chandraghanta
  4. Kushmanda
  5. Skandmata
  6. Katyayani
  7. Kaalratri
  8. Maha Gowri
  9. Siddhidayini

Ashtami

Ashtami is the eighth day of the Navratri and as you read above on this day we worship the Goddess Maha Gowri. Kanjak Poojan is the ritual that is followed after the Pooja. Many people In India do the Kanjak Poojan on the Navmi.

After the Kanjak Poojan, we Open the fast(Vrat) that we do during the Navratri. Chole and Poori are given to the Kanjank as a Bhog. We believe that the Kanjaks are the Goddesses that come to our home for Bhog.

Shri Durga Navratri Vrat Katha


There is no special rule of fasting or fruits etc. in this fast(Vrat). This story should be read after getting up early in the morning, taking bath, going to the temple, or meditating on Durga during Navratras at home.

This fast is especially fruitful for girls. By the grace of Shri Jagadamba Mata, all obstacles are removed. At the end of the story chant ‘Durga Mata Teri Sada Hi Jai Ho’ again and again. You can read the full Katha by clicking here.

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