Shardiya Navratri 2020: Many festivals are celebrated in India and every festival has a great historical background. Navratri is one of the most significant and awaited Hindu festivals. A nine-day festival dedicated to Mother Goddess Durga. Navratri means 'nine special nights', during these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti / Devi are worshipped. And the word 'night' is a symbol of accomplishment. On the tenth day, Dussehra is celebrated. Navratri comes four times a year. Pausha, Chaitra, Ashadh, Ashwin is celebrated from Pratipada to the ninth.
In the Lanka war, Brahmaji asked Shri Ram to worship Chandi Devi for slaughtering Ravana and to make Goddess happy, and according to the law, there was also a provision of 108 rare beans for Chandi Poojan and Havan. On the other hand, Ravan started Chandi lessons to achieve immortality. Indra Dev conveyed this to Shri Ram through Pawan Dev and consulted to Chandi lesson should be given as complete as possible.
Indra Dev conveyed this to Shri Ram through Pawan Dev and counselled that Chandi Lesson should be given as complete as possible. Here in the incense burner, a Nilkamal from the place of worship vanished from Ravan's elusive power, which would disrupt the worship of Shri Ram. Shri Ram's resolution was broken. There was a fear that the goddess-mother would not have become angry.
Arrangements of rare Nilkamal were impossible, only then Shri Ram remembered that he was also called Kamal-Nayan Nawkavang Lochan. So why not dedicate one eye to the worship of the mother. And when Lord Rama got ready to take out an eye after taking an arrow from her, then Goddess appeared, holding her hand and saying, "I am delighted and blessed by Vijayashree."
On the other side, while worshipping Ravana, Hanuman Ji took the form of a Brahmin child and joined Hanumanji in the service. And a verse from the Brahmins performing Puja, Jaya Devi, Bharati Harinani, Harini means that the devotee's suffering and Karani means pain and suffering. With this Durga became angry with Ravana and cursed him. And Ravana was destroyed.
According to another legend associated with this feast, Goddess Durga was the slaughter of a Buffalo Devils, i.e. Mahishasur. Delighted by Mahishasur's worship, the gods had given him the bridesmaid to be invincible. After receiving that blessing, Mahishasur started misusing him and extended hell to the door of heaven. Mahishasur took away the rights of the sun, moon, Indra, fire, air, yam, Varun and other deities and became the owner of the heavens. Goddesses had to walk on the earth with the fear of Mahishasura. Then, angry with Mahishasur's misery, the gods created the memory of Durga. To slaughter Mahishasura, the gods had dedicated all their weapons and weapons to Durga, which strengthened them. Nine days he had fought with Mahishasur and in the end, Mahishasura was slaughtered and called Mata Durga Mahishasurmardini.
Shardhiya Navratri is being celebrated with great pomp from all over the country since today. For the next nine days, nine forms of Maa Durga will be worshipped. The beginning of spring and the beginning of the autumn, the climate and the effects of the sun are considered to be important confluence. These two times are considered sacred opportunities for the worship of Lord Durga. The nine days are divided into three sets of three days and each to worship the three different attributes of the Goddess.
The first three days of Navratri have been devoted to worshipping Goddess Durga. This worship is done for her energy and strength. Every day is dedicated to a different form of Durga. On the first day of the festival, the daughters are worshipped. On the second day, a woman is worshipped. The woman who has reached the stage of maturity on the third day is worshipped. The Goddess is worshipped in the form of Durga or Kali, in the form of a warrior Goddess dressed in red and riding on a lion.
The person worships Goddess Laxmi to get all the physical plaintiffs, spiritual riches and prosperity. The Goddess of wealth and prosperity dressed in gold. The fourth, fifth and sixth day of Navratri is devoted to worshipping Goddess Laxmi - god of prosperity and peace.
In the last three days, on the seventh day, the worship of Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of art and wisdom a 'Yagy' is done in eight days.
The ninth day is the last day of the Navratri festival. It is also known as Mahanavami. On this day, Virgo is worshipped.
Navratri 2020 is being started from September 29. It is worshipped nine days of Goddess Durga. Pooja of Mother Durga in Navratri gets rid of every difficulty. Navratri this year is eight days and not nine days.
Now have a look at an auspicious time for setting up the Kalash. The auspicious time will be available for the houses of Navratri on the basis of Kalash establishment (curtailment) on 29 September from 06:24 am to 07:15 am minutes. It would be best to make an imposition during this time. There are many auspicious occasions in Vasant Navratri. The Hindu New Year commences from the day of Navratri. This day is Sunday, as well as the sum total, is also becoming. The lord of the day who is on this day is the king of the year, so this year the King is the sun.
Before any worship in Hindu scriptures, the provision of worship of Ganesha is stated. According to a belief related to the urn in the worship of the mother, the Kalash is considered to be the antithesis of Lord Shiva. Therefore, firstly the Kalash is worshipped. Prior to setting up the Kalash, the worship place should be purified with the Ganges water. All the Gods are invited to worship.
Turmeric is made of lentils, betel nut, turmeric, paddy, and Kalash is decorated with five types of leaves. Under this urn, and is made by making the altar of sand. Annapurna Devi is worshipped by this method of sowing barley. Those who give money And in the middle of the statue of Mother Durga, the mother should be made by roli, rice, vermilion, garland, flower, chunari, sari, jewellery and Suhag.
At the same time, Mother should enjoy the consumption of fruits and desserts in the morning and milk in the night and should take the pleasure of halva purna on the full day. From this day the text of 'Durga Saptashati' or 'Durga Chalisa' is commenced. The uninterrupted lamp is lit up during the time of worship, which should remain burning until the fasting of the fast.
After the establishment of the urn, Ganesh Ji and mother Durga's Aarti, nine days of fast is commenced. On the day of the establishment of the Kalash, the worship of the first goddess of Navratri, the Shailpurutri form of Mother Durga is worshipped. All devotees fast on this day and in the evening; Durga opens her vow by reciting and reciting the mother's devotion.
Well, good time starts from the beginning of Navratri, so if a person does not establish a decline inauspicious time, then he can establish an urn at any time throughout the day, there is no misfortune to it. Navratri Pujana is home to pleasure and prosperity in the house.
|Navratri Day 1, Pratipada||17th October 2020||Shailputri Pooja|
|Navratri day 2, Dwitiya||18th October 2020||Brahmacharini Pooja|
|Navratri day 3, Tritiya||19th October 2020||Chandraghanta|
|Navratri Day 4, Chaturthi||20th October 2020||Kushmanda|
|Navratri day 5, Panchami||21st October 2020||Skandmaata|
|Navratri day 6, Sheshi||22nd October 2020||Katyani|
|Navratri day 7, Saptami||23rd October 2020||Kalratri|
|Navratri day 8, Ashtami||24th October 2020||Mahagauri|
|Navratri day 9, Navami||25th October 2020||Siddhidatri|
|Vijay Dashmi (Dussehra)||26th October 2020||
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