India is a prosperous country in terms of celebrating different festivals and practicing various religions. People in India have been pledged with the freedom to be anyone they want to be and follow their own beliefs. As a result, we are blessed with the most extravagant and joyous festivals than any other country in the whole world. No matter the differences, people are united by these traditional practices and form new and much stronger bonds than before. Therefore, let’s learn about one of the most popular occasions Nava Durga Puja-
Nav Durga Puja is one of the most important festivals of Hindu culture. With enthusiasm and zeal, people celebrate this occasion since ancient times. According to Hindu Mythology, Nav Durga is the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga, people worship during the 9 different days of Navaratri. There is one Avatar of Goddess Durga for nine consecutive days. Each day has a significant connotation and connection with the nine supreme manifestations of Goddess Durga.
First Day of Navratri: According to the Pratipada Tithi, The Goddess for day one is Shailaputri.
Second Day of Navratri: According to the Dwitiya Tithi, The Goddess for day two is Brahmacharini.
Third-Day of Navratri: According to the Tritiya Tithi, The Goddess for day three is Chandraghanta
Fourth Day of Navratri: According to the Chaturthi Tithi, The Goddess for day four is Kushmanda
Fifth Day of Navratri: According to the Panchami Tithi, The Goddess for day five is Skandamata
Sixth Day of Navratri: According to the Shashthi Tithi, The Goddess for day six is Katyayani
Seventh Day of Navratri: According to the Saptami Tithi, The Goddess for day seven is Kalaratri
Eighth Day of Navratri: According to the Ashtami Tithi, The Goddess for day eight is Mahagauri
Ninth Day of Navratri: According to the Navami Tithi, The Goddess for day nine is Sidhhidhatri
Ya Devi sarvabhutesu, Shanti rupenasansthita
Ya Devi sarvabhutesu, shakti rupenasansthita
I Ya Devi sarvabhutesu, matra rupenasansthita I
II Namastasyai, Namastasyai, Namastasyai, Namo Namaha II I Sarvamangala Maangalye Shivesarvaarth Asaadhike I
I Sharanyetrayambake Gauri I
II Narayaninamosthute II
In the nine days of the Nava Durga Puja, you must chant this mantra to show your devotion towards Goddess Durga.
In India, an enormous number of people on a huge scale celebrate Nava Durga Puja every year. They decorate their houses for the occasion. Also, they set various Pandals for nearby people to visit. They invite others to and take part in the Worshiping of The Mother of All Deities. People get together and are united by their sense of devotion in the name of Ma Durga and are engulfed in an atmosphere, where no negativity can enter.
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