Navratri is round the corner, and the arrangements for this celebration are going full bore. Maha Navratri is commended amid the Sharad Maas and furthermore denotes the beginning of winter. The Sharadiya Naratri – additionally called as Maha Navratri falls in the long stretches of September and October.
Ceremonies of Shardiya Navratri Pooja –
Many consider ‘Ghatasthapana’ as a standout amongst the most critical ceremonies in Navratri. Here, urn is loaded with water and put before the Goddess Durga’s object of worship. This custom symbolizes the conjuring of the goddess and may differ from group to group. The Muhurat will start from 6:13am to 8:10am on September 21.
Another imperative custom is of ‘Akhand Diya’, where the light is kept lit round the clock, all through the nine days. Individuals begin their quick after this custom and offer supplications to the goddess for nine sequential days.
On the tenth day, nine young ladies are venerated at home, and they speak to the nine goddesses that are adored amid Navratra. Aside from offering supplications to the divinity, these young ladies are served sustenance, after which the enthusiasts break their quick.
Here’s the Date-Book Of Shardiya Navratri Pooja-
Date: September 21 (Thursday)
Pooja: Ghatasthapana, Chandra Darshan, Shailputri Pooja
Date: September 22 (Friday)
Pooja: Brahmacharini Pooja
Date: September 23 (Saturday)
Pooja: Chandraghanta Pooja
Date: September 24 (Sunday)
Pooja: Kushmanda Pooja
Date: September 25 (Monday)
Pooja: Skanda Mata Pooja
Date: September 26 (Tuesday)
Pooja: Katyayani Pooja
Date: September 27 (Wednesday)
Pooja: Kalaratri Pooja
Color: Royal Blue
Date: September 28 (Thursday)
Pooja: Mahagauri Pooja, Durga Ashtami, Saraswati Pooja
Date: September 29 (Friday)
Pooja: Maha Navami
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