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Why Navaratri is so special in India?

Why Navaratri is so special in India?
Why Navaratri is so special in India?
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Navaratri is celebrated through different ways in different parts of the country. During these nine days, the Goddess Durga is celebrated through many forms Durga, Bhavani, Amba, Chandika, Gauri, Parvati, Mahishasuramardini and her other manifestations. It is said that since all the days of Navaratri are completing their whole cycle this year, this years' Navaratri is considered to be indeed special.



According to leading astrologers, this year's Navaratri is considered to be bringing in peace, happiness and prosperity to one and all. It is said that whoever fasts during these 9 days of Navaratri, will have all his wishes fulfilled this year. One must ask the Goddess for whatever he or she wants this year. Let us now read more about the significance of this festival.

Why Navaratri is so special in India?

Navaratri is celebrated every year during the lunar month of Ashwin or Kartik that falls in late September or early October. The nine day ritual consisting of fasting, singing and dancing culminates in“Vijayadashami" or Dussehra. This festival is more or less celebrated in all parts of the country, but in different ways in North India, the festival sees fasting and celebrations for a whole 9 days.


Why Navaratri is so special in India?
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