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CELEBRATING NAVARATHRI AT MY PLACE

I HAVE NEVER DONE ANY POOJA ON NAVARATHRI AT MY PLACE,BUT THIS TIME I WANTED TO CELEBRATE SO AFTER DOING SO MANY RESEARCH I STARTED THE POOJA ,I HAVE PUT RANGOLI USING DALS AND PAAL NAIVEDIYAM AND I HAD SOME PEACE OF MIND THIS TIME,AND POLLU ENOJOYED THE POOJA AS HE COULD USE THE GANTHA TO KEEP THE AWAKE GODDESS LAKSHMI.


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SIGNIFACANCE OF NAVARATHRI

India is a country of festivals and celebration. It has a very rich historical and cultural background. Each Indian festival has a proper meaning, reason and significance behind its celebration. Fun and enjoyment are the aspects of the festivals, which sets the festive mood. Navratri, as the name suggests, means nine nights. It is one of the important Hindu festivals. It is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga, the deity of Power. Like other festivals of India, Navratri also has a significance and meaning attached to it. Each day of the nine-day festival are dedicated to the worship of different forms of Goddess Durga, which unfolds the religious importance of the occasion. Go through the following lines to know more about the significance of Navratri festival.

Significance of Navratri

The First Three Days of Navratri
The first three days of Navratri are devoted to the worship of the Goddess Durga. This is the period, when her energy and power are worshipped. Each day is dedicated t…