Navratre - Puja of Navratri, Remedies to be performed in 9 days of Navratras 2023

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Chaitra Navratra/Ashwin Navratri- 2023

Navratras are observed twice a year, one in the month of Chaitra, preceding Ramnavami, and then in Ashvin (15th October, 2023 - 23rd October, 2023) also called Shradiye Navratre preceding Dussehra.

This nine-day Navratra commences with the new union of Ashvin and terminates with Mahanavami, on the ninth lunar On the ninth lunar the bright half of the month. During these nine days, devotees Keep strict fast and worship Durga. The style of observing Navratra in different parts of the country may be different, but its sole aim is to propitiate Mother Durga and to seek her blessings.

Some Pendants / Malas for Maa Durga Blessings

- : Durga Pendant
- : Navdurga Shakti Pendant
- : Maa Kali Pendant
- : Bhairav Pendant
- : Siddh Durga Mala
- : Kaal sarp dosh Nivaran Rosary
- : Dhyan Kanth Siddh Rosary
- : Indrakshi Mala
- : Rudra Kanth Siddh Mala
On Pratipada (first lunar day of bright half of Ashvin) an earthen pitcher filled with water, its mouth covered with green leaves and an earthen lid, is installed with invocation of Ganesh, the god of learning and wisdom, and then Durga is invoked and ritually worshipped with durva grass, flowers, leaves, lamps, incense, new grains, raiments, etc. Barley seeds are also sprouted and grown in a pot on this occasion, and the same is worn in caps and on ears on the final day.

Unmarried girls below the age of ten are also worshipped and given gifts during these Nine days. A clarified butter lamp is always kept burning before the installed pitcher during the celebration, and daily Durga-saptashti, Devi Bhava Purim and Devi Mahatma section of the Markandeya Puran are read the recited.

durga navratre
In Bengal Durga Puja is celebrated with great excitement and Festivity and huge pujn pavilion, with an idol of ten-armed Durga is, setup at varius places. Durga the beautiful, but fierce goddess rides her mount of the lion , killing the demon Mahishasura.

In each of her ten hands she hold one of the gods special weapons: Vishnu's discuss,Shivais trident , varuna's conch shell, Agni's flaming dart, Vayu's bow, surya's quiver , Indra's thunderbolt, kubera's club a garland of snakes from shesh , and as a charger , a lion from the himalaya. A fierce battle raged between Durga and Mahishasura , but finally she killed him with a spear.

Durga Puja Surpasses all other festivals in Bengal in its popularity and mass appeal. During the celebration,music, dance, drama and poetry are performed before the enthralled audience. The earthern images of goddess Durga are taken on the final day in triumphal procession from all corners of coverage on the river where they are ceremonially immersed. Durga Puja is more than a ritual as it invests the lives of every one with a new enlightenment, and produces a feverish literary and artistic activity.

It is believed that Durga visit her parents Himavan and Maina only during these days in a year. The final day marks the end of this brief visit when she leaves for Mount Kailash, the abode of her lord and husband Shiva. Bengali ladies give an emotion-charged and affectionate send off to Durga, and the ceremony is characterized with a daughter's departure to her husband's house.


First Day - Maa Shailputri
Second Day - Maa Brahmcharini
Third Day - Maa Chandraghanta
Fourth Day - Maa Kushmanda
Fifth Day - Maa Skandmata
Sixth Day - Maa Katyayani
Seventh Day - Maa Kalratri
Eighth Day - Maa Mahagauri
Nine Day - Maa Siddhidatri

Complete Stepwise Puja Procedure to be done in Navratre

Remedies to be done in Navratre for Health , Wealth and Properity - Nine days of Durga Navratre are considered best for performing remedies to acheive desired , we have tried to collect some important remedies , which can be performed for marriage , wealth and health.

Mantras to be chanted in the auspicious Nine days

Astrological Products to appease or symbolise Maa

Nine Mukhi Rudraksha
- Symbolising Nine forms 9mukhi

There are three yantras - durga yantra
Durga Yantra
Bisa Yantra
Ambajiyan Yantra

Durga Chalisa For The Goddess Durga Stuti

Rudraksha Durga Pendant
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