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Navratri is a major festival celebrated by Hindus in India. During this time nine different forms of mother are worshiped. 

Although Navratri comes four times in a year in the months of Chaitra, Ashada, Ashwin, and Magha, but the Navratras falling from Pratipada to Navami of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra and Ashwin months are quite popular. Due to being in the spring, Chaitra Navratri is called Vasanti Navratri and in the autumn, Navratri of Ashwin month is also known as Shardiya Navratri
In Chaitra and Ashwin Navratri, Ashwin Navratri is called Mahanavratra. 

One reason for this is that these Navratras fall just before Dussehra, Navratri is opened on the day of Dussehra. The worship of different forms of mother in the nine days of Navratri is also seen as the worship of power.

There are nine different forms of Maa Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri.

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 Ghatasthapana is done on the first day of Navratri. After this, the mother is worshiped and fasted for nine consecutive days. The fast is opened on the tenth day after the worship of the girl.

Navaratri falls in the bright half of Ashada and Magha month is called Gupta Navaratri. 

Although Gupta Navaratri is not usually celebrated but Gupta Navaratri is very important for those who practice Tantra. 

The goddess mother is worshiped during this period by the tantrikas.

If there was no special mystery of the night, then the festivals would have been called day, not night. Navaratri means nine nights.

 According to the Hindu religion, this festival comes twice a year. One is Navaratri in the month of Sharad and the other in the month of spring. 

During this the festival, nine forms of three major Hindu goddesses - Parvati, Lakshmi and Saraswati - are worshiped by Sri Shailputri, Sri Brahmacharini, Sri Chandraghanta, Shri Kushmanda, Sri Skandamata, Sri Katyayani, Sri Kalratri, Shri Mahagauri, Sri Siddhidatri with the Vidhan Vidhi Vidhan. is. Whom Navadurga says.

The word Navaratri means 'realization of Nava Ahoratras (special nights)'. 


At this time new forms of Shakti are worshiped because the word 'night' is considered a symbol of accomplishment. 

The ancient sages of India has given more importance to the night than the day. This is the reason that it is a tradition to celebrate festivals like Deepawali, Holika, Shivaratri and Navratri at night. 

If there was no special mystery of the night, then such festivals would be called day, not night. Like- Navin or Shivdin. But we do not say so.

Mystics have enacted the Navratras twice a year - on the first day of Vikram Samvat i.e. from Pratipada (first date) of Chaitra month Shukla Paksha to nine days i.e. Navami.

 Similarly, Navratri is celebrated just after six months from the Pratipada of Ashwin month Shukla Paksha till one day before Mahanavami i.e. Vijayadashami.


Navratri is considered more important from the point of view of accomplishment and practice. 

In the Navratras, people perform many types of fasts, Sanam, niyam, yoga, bhajan, worship, yoga, meditation, etc. to store their spiritual and mental power. Even some seekers try to attain special siddhis by reciting inner trataka or bija mantras while sitting in Padmasana or Siddhasana for the whole night in these nights.












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