Navratri 2022 is round the corner: Here is your whole guide!

navratri 2022

India observes Chaitra Navratri 2022 with great dedication, and it is also the start of the Hindu New Year.

Since these days are the most potent and auspicious for worship, people worldwide observe worship at these times. People generally touch the feet of little girls.

Hinduism holds Navratri 2022 to be a particularly sacred day.

The Maha Navratri 2022

This Navratri also known as as Shardiya Navratri as well as Maha Navratri. This year, the grand holiday of Navratri will begin on September 26 and last until Wednesday, October 5.

This year, Shardiya Navratri begins on Monday. This time, Goddess Durga will ride an elephant into the world, which will be extremely lucky for everyone in a variety of ways.

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Monday, September 26th is Ghatasthapana, Monday, October 3rd is Durgashtami, and Tuesday, October 4th is Maha Navami.

Time and Muhrat: Navratri 2022

September 26 from 6:20 AM to 10:19 AM is Ghatasthapana Muhurat.

Dates and times for Pratipada Tithi: September 26 at 3:24 am and September 27 at 3:08 am

People observe this event for nine nights. and that’s the beauty of India! Bhakts honour a different Durga Maa avatar each day.

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Nine forms of Goddess Durga at Navratri.

Day 1: Prapada/Shalaputri

Pratipada adores goddess Shailaputri. Putri means daughter, while Shaila means mountain. Also, prominence is given to Goddess Parvati.

On this day since she is the Mountain God’s daughter.

Day 2: Dwitya/Brahmacharini

Goddess on Dwitiya A manifestation of Durga Devi who calms wrath is Brahmacharini. As a result, bhakts honour this Goddess on the second day.

Day Three: Tritya/Chandraghanta

Devotees worship Chandraghanta on Tritiya. People say she possess third eyesight and battle wicked spirits. It is auspicious to offer Jasmine blossoms to please her.

Fourth day: Kushmanda/Chaturthi

People worship Goddess Kushmanda on the fourth day. Her name translates to “cosmic egg,” and she brings bringing warmth and vitality to everyone.

On Day 5, it is Skandamata/Panchami.

Panchami, the Goddess Skandamata is the monarch of Buddha (the Mercury planet). She is adored because it is said that she is tenacious and kind.

Sixth day: Katyayini and Shashti

According to legend, Durga assumed the shape of Devi Katyayani on the sixth day, known as Shashti, to destroy the Master of Demons. Women say prayers to have a happy marriage and family. 

7th day: Saptami and Kalaratri

The day of Saptami is specifically devoted to the goddess Kalaratri. She is reputed to be fearsome and to have terrified wicked spirits from all corners of the globe. She is Lord Shani’s ruler and Kali Devi’s most terrible manifestation (Saturn Planet).

Day 8: Ashtami/Mahabgaur

On the eighth day, Mahagauri is worshipped. On this particular day, she only wears white clothing and rides a bull. A particular celebration for young virgin ladies called Kanya Puja occurs on this day. The name Mahashtami or Maha Durgashtami is used to refer to this day. Dance, entertainment, and prayers are used to honour the day.

Day 9: Navami/Siddhidaatri

It is important to honour Devi Siddhidaatri on Navami. She is strong enough to grant all of your requests; for this reason, the 9th day is devoted to her.

10th day: Vijayadashami (Dussehra)

The 10th day is reserved for Vijayadashmi after the nine days of devotion. a day when fresh beginnings in life are possible.

Navratri food suggestions

Sabudana Vada (also known as Sago Vada), Sabudana Khichadi (also known as Sago Khichadi), Singhare Ka Halwa (also known as Water Chestnut Flour Desserts), Kuttu Ki Poori (also known as Grass Seed Bread or Quinoa Poori), and Singhare Ke Pakore are favourite items to eat during the Navratras fast.

Observing all of the rites and rituals associated with the whole 9-day Navratri celebration aids in bringing wealth and happiness into the hearts of the worshipers.

According to Hindu tradition, the nine days of Navratri are the most auspicious of the year, and Hindus across the nation celebrate the holiday with tremendous fervour and devotion. To learn self-control and explore the spiritual realm, devotees fast for nine days.

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Posted On - September 14, 2022 | Posted By - Moumi Roy | Read By -


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