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The dual sessions of Navratri!

The dual sessions of Navratri!
The dual sessions of Navratri!
Navratri is celebrated with joy predominantly by the people of Northern part of India, as a festival of joy and celebration of overpowering of good over evil.  People celebrating Navratri undergo a fasting process in a strict manner for the festival's nine days and avoid eating usually consumed routine food items like rice and bread. 

The dual sessions of Navratri!

Sharad Navratri of this year was being celebrated between 18 March to 25 March 2018. Navratri is a most celebrated and auspicious festival as per the Indian traditional values and culture,  and Navratri marks the beginning of a series of festivals including Dussehra and festival of lights Diwali.

The dual sessions of Navratri!

Demolisher of mahisha the buffalo demon,  Goddess Durga is the epitome of power, wealth, and health and people celebrate and worship the nine unique avatars of Durga during Navratri time. Navratri is also said to have a scientific reasoning, and some people say that Navratri is celebrated twice in an year during summer and autumn, and that's because it is  during this period that human body gets less immune with the changes in season.

Eating light and nutritious meals during these fasting times can  help people stay away from the various diseases prevalent during such seasons, and due to this heavy foods like meat, rice, must be avoided.

The dual sessions of Navratri!
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