India celebrates unity within diversity, and that is reflected in the way how we celebrate Navratri in different different ways all over the country.
The Navaratri festival that celebrates the defeat of Mahishasura by Goddess Durga signifies the victory of good over evil. It is celebrated for nine nights and ten days dedicated to Goddess Durga. First day of Shardiya Navratri is called as “Pratipada” and last day is called as “Dussehra”. During Shardiya Navratri, nine form of Goddess Durga is worshiped on each particular day.
Shardiya Navratri is a Hindu festival which is celebrated in India. There are two seasonal Navratri in a year, one is “Chaitra Navratri” which comes in March/April and second one is “Shardiya Navratri”. Shardiya Navratri comes in the month of Ashwin and in September/October . This Navratri period comes under “Sharad Ritu” or the fall season, that’s why it is known as Shardiya Navratri. Navratri festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm and happiness.
9 forms of Maa Durga:
I would like to share some pictures of Ma Durga which I have clicked when I went out during Navratri festival. Also do watch my videos of Navratri nights.
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