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Navaratri 2020: Puja Vidhi Timing and Significance

Navratri is the nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga by Hindus all over India. The nine days represent the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga. Navratri comes from the Sanskrit words "Nava" denoting nine and "Ratri" which means night. During this festival of nine nights, the nine forms of Shakti (also known as Navdurga) are worshipped across the country.

Shardiya Navratri (17th October – 26th October 2020) is a nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga. The nine days represent the nine divine manifestations of Goddess Durga. Navratri comes from the Sanskrit word nava denoting nine and ratri which means night. During this festival of nine nights, the nine forms of Shakti (also known as Navdurga) are worshipped across the country.


As mentioned in Vedic literatures such as
Shakta and Vaishnava Puranas,
the festival of Navaratri ideally happens four times a year.

Navaratri Time Significance
Magha Navaratri Magha Month (Jan-Feb) Precursor to Spring or Vasant Navaratri
Vasanta Navaratri (Chaitra Nav.) Chaitra Month (Mar-Apr) Welcoming the spring season
Ashada Navaratri Ashadha Month (Jun-July) Welcoming the monsoon season
Sharada Navaratri Ashvin Month (Sept-Oct) Welcoming the Autumn season

Out of these Navaratri is, the Sharada Navaratri is the most celebrated one. The ancient Brihat Dharma Purana recounts the story of how the ten forms of Devi (Dus Mahavidyas) first originated. According to this legend, Sati the daughter of the powerful Daksha, had married Shiva against her father's wish. In order to spite his son-in-law, Daksha organised a Yajna (fire sacrifice) to which he invited all the gods and divine personalities except Lord Shiva. Sati heard about her father's yajna from Narad Muni and asked Shiva's permission to attend. Shiva, seeing through Daksha's insult, bade her not to go. Sati became so furious that her body turned black and assumed the form of Goddess Kali. To prove to Shiva her real Self, Sati assumed other forms of the Divine Mother. The world shook under the weight of her anger and Shiva tried to flee, but wherever he went, the ten forms of Divine Mother stopped him in every direction. These ten forms are called Das Mahavaidyas.

What to do on Navratri in 2020, Latest Updates on Navratri 2020:

Navratri, the nine sacred days of worshiping Goddess Durga 2020 begins on 29th September and ends on 8th October followed by Vijaya Dashmi (Dussehra) on the same day. During this auspicious time of Navratri, devotees worship the 9 forms of Durga which are Shailaputri , Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri.

This festival is celebrated at the same time in different ways in different parts of the nation. In Gujarat, Dandiya is the highlight of this festival and in Bengal, Durga Puja is celebrated with a lot of vigour and zeal.

Tradition of growing Khetri :

Growing Khetri There is a tradition of growing Khetri or barley seeds during this period. People collect clean mud and keep in an earthen pot. Then they clean and wash the barley and soak them in water for 15-30 minutes and put these barley or ‘jau’ on the top of mud. Then they make a thin layer of mud on top of barley in order to cover the same. Afterwards they tie a red string (moli or mauli) around the Khetri pot. Families consider this process auspicious and believe it is directly associated with the divinity of Goddess Shakti. It is believed that, the longer the plant grows in the period of 9 days, the more the fortune will shower on the family. On the last day of Navratri, people immerse the barley in moving water or place it under a Peepal tree.

Why it is important to keep Fast in Navratri :

Fasting is the most important aspect of any cultural or religious festival of India. It is to be noted that the fasting is not observed to please the deity. It is done to detoxify the body and cleanse the mind and spirit.

It is given in the Ayurveda scripture that when the abdomen is kept empty for a certain period, it gets re-energized and generates more jatharagni (fire required to digest food). This increased fire eliminates toxins from body. When the toxins get out of the body, you actually become calm. In other words, your body regains its natural strength. Mind becomes calm and senses become controlled with an increase in the mental ability of focus. Therefore fasting is an effective method to detoxify the body and increas e one’s spiritual strength. There are two ways in which fast can be observed during Navaratri. Austere fast and Partial fast:

Fast in Navratri Full Fasting (austere fast) For Advanced Sadhakas:
A person does not eat anything for the entire festival except for drinking water. The fast is broken at the end of the festival.
Partial Fasting For General People:
one can eat fruits and permitted foods like sabudana, rajgira, kutta ka atta, dairy, fruits and nuts in the day and eat one time meal in the night.

Some more tips (Do’s and Don’ts) on fasting:

  • Keep taking water during fast. You may also take coconut water, butter milk, lemon juice and other juices. It will keep you away from dehydration and weakness.
  • Whatever food is prepared, offer it to the deities and then share it as Prasadam
  • Keep your home clean at all times possible because a clean home invites the Goddess.
  • Avoid consumption of alcohol, drugs, eggs, non-vegetarian food, onions, garlic during this period.

During the Navaratri festival, the atmosphere is supercharged with sattvic guna, the mode of goodness, positive vibes. It makes your mind more peaceful and alert. The intentions while praying prayers become vivid, positive and powerful. Mentally, emotionally and physically our mind and body become nimble and active. When your body is detoxified, your body becomes filled with positive cosmic energy and with a purified mind, body, heart and soul your prayers become deep.

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Why Kanya Puja or Pujan is Important in Navratri Festival :

Kanya Puja This is the most essential part of Navratri which pleases Goddess Durga the most. Nine girls (below the age of 13) are invited and worshiped. These nine girls represent the nine goddesses or nine manifestations of Goddess Shakti.

In this pooja, the family invites the nine girls and washes their feet, ties one mauli (red color string) on their hands and applies tilak on their forehead. After this, the girls are worshiped and offered prasadam such as puri, dry black chana and halwa. It is to be noted some families also invite a boy of the same age and worship him as the form of Bhairava (Shiva).

The coconut kept at the altar is cracked open during this Kanak Puja and shared as prasadam among those girls. Also all the offerings made to the goddess during the nine days are offered to them.

NOTE: If you are unable to find nine girls, then you can perform this Kanak Pooja even with minimum two girls. Also if you are living abroad, unable to find such girls and any Durga temple around, you can prepare as many plates of prasad (poori, halwa etc.) as there are members in your family including your children staying somewhere and offer it to Goddess Durga (idol or image). You can then share it as prasadam among your family members staying with you.

Why Durga Saptashati path is more benefit in Navratri 9 days :

This is the best time to recite Durga Saptashati which is an ancient Vedic scripture maintaining that Shakti (Durga) is the supreme power and the Creative Energy of the Supreme Absolute. Durga Saptashati aka Devi Mahatmya (Mahatmayam) is a part of the great Markandeya Purana that describes the legends regarding the fierce battle between good and evil, where Shakti manifests as Durga to kill Mahishasura. The Goddess or the Creative Energy manifests Herself as Lakshmi, empowering wealth creation and happiness. It also sheds light on the philosophical foundation wherein the ultimate reality is female energy. Devi Mahatmya text stressed female is the elemental creator; she is also the Tridevi as the tributary creator, the sustainer, and destroyer. She is presented, through a language of praise, as the one who resides in all creatures. She is realization of all living beings, she is intelligence, she is matter, and she is all that is form or emotion.

Durga Saptashati is substantial structure to perform Chandi Homa that aims at attaining health and driving away the fear of enemies. The Brahmin or priest chants verses from Durga Saptashti while performing Chandi Homa, offering seven hundreds Ahuti (oblations) into the sacred fire in order to invoke Durga Devi. The seven hundred verses (‘Sapta’ means ‘seven’ and ‘shata’ means ‘hundred’) are organized into thirteen chapters. Reading Durga Saptashati is part of the Navratri celebrations in praise of Goddess Durga. Read more

Navratri 9 Colours 2020

There are nine colours associated with Navratri, each representing a significant aspect of Mother Divine. Colours are phenomenal elements of the nature (material and spiritual). Each colour of the created manifestations influences us. They are associated with our outer and inner well-being. They also indicate the seven Chakras and how we are connected with Durga or Mother Divine. Let us see the nine colours of Navratri.

Date Color Significance
17th Oct 2020 Red It is associated with Goddess Shailputri, who is worshiped on 1st day of Navaratri and the Muladhara Chakra. A color of vibrancy and life force, Red is the foundation, the grounding, the passion, and the blood. It represents survival and guides you through change. It is the harbinger of fear, danger or something unusual. In that context, it warns us to pay attention or be alert. It indicates our connection with Earth.
18th Oct 2020 Orange It is associated with Goddess Brahmacharini who is worshiped on 2nd day of Navaratri and the Swadhisthana Chakra. A color of vitality and strengths, Orange is the mix of red and yellow, and is associated with calmness, stillness and wisdom. It follows the stage after our foundation (represented by red) is strengthened, pointing to steady growth with lighter pleasures (yellow) and pains (red) along the way.
19th Oct 2020 Yellow It is associated with Goddess Chandraghanta who is worshiped on 3rd day of Navaratri and the Manipura Chakra. A color of light, energy and strength, Yellow dispels all the dark elements just like the sun dispels the dark. It is associated with your growth, maturity and optimism. It is the center of all your energies in your body.
20th Oct 2020 Green It is associated with Goddess Kushmanda who is worshiped on 4th day of Navaratri and the Anahata Chakra. A color of love and compassion, Green is compared to grass. When you walk bare-footed on the grass, the freshness of nature, the touch of Mother Earth enters your body through your feet. It pacifies your mind (mental), body (physical), heart (emotional) and soul (spiritual) altogether.
21st Oct 2020 Blue It is associated with Goddess Skanda who is worshiped on 5th day of Navaratri and the Vishuddha Chakra. A color of serenity, clarity, vastness and eternity, Blue is compared to the element of sky. It is associated with anything beyond your mental speculation. Blue is all-inclusive, being even one of the element colours of fire. Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna are blue because of their being absolutely all-inclusive. In Buddhism, it is the epitome of pure, calm, tranquil and serene mind.
22nd Oct 2020 Indigo It is associated with Goddess Katyayani who is worshiped on 6th day of Navaratri and the Ajna Chakra. A color of royalty, Indigo represents deeper and inner knowledge associated with your thoughts. It represents your insight and clarity of thoughts. It connects you with everything with a larger picture. It is the destructive force of all illusions harbored in your mind
23rd Oct 2020 Violet  It is associated with Goddess Kaalratri who is worshiped on 7th day of Navaratri and the Sahasrara Chakra. A color of Divine Light, it is associated with blissful nature of living beings. It represents the inner bliss which is above all pleasures and pains. It is the epitome of purity of mind, body and soul. It connects you with the Cosmos, which is beyond material affairs around you.
24th Oct 2020 White  It is associated with Goddess Saraswati and Mahagauri. Goddess Saraswati is worshipped on 7th day of Navratri whereas Mahagauri on 8th day. White is the absence of other natural. It contains all the seven colors in their brightest luminosity. It indicates your detachment of colorful opulence and material comforts and attachment to the path of Spiritual Light.
25th Oct 2020 Pink It is associated with Goddess Siddhidatri worshipped on the 9th day of Navratri. She is glorified for bestowing Siddhis (perfections) onto Yogis and Sadhaks. Worshipping Goddess Siddhidatri on the final day of Navratri marks the successful completion of Navratri Poojan.

Which Devi Mantra to Use During this Navratri :

The first three days of Navratri are dedicated to Durga and Her three forms. The next 3 days are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi and Her three forms and the last three days to Goddess Saraswati and Her three forms. Each of these main deities gave rise to three divine forms and hence in all, these nine forms together are known as Nav-Durga.

1st DAY

Goddess Shailaputri Maa
Date - 17th October 2020 Sat
Tithi – Pratipada
Offerings - Ghee
Color - Red
Chakra - Muladhara (Root)
Mantra - Om Shaam Sheem Shoom Shailputryai Namah Book your puja now Read More

2nd DAY

Goddess Bharmacharini Maa
Date - 18th October 2020 Sun
Tithi – Dwitiya
Offerings - Sugar
Color - Orange
Chakra - Swathisthana (Sacral)
Mantra - Om Braam Breem Broom Brahmcharinyai Namah Book your puja now Read More

3rd DAY

Goddess Chandraghanta Maa
Date - 19th October 2020 Mon
Tithi – Tritiya
Offerings - Milk
Color - Yellow
Chakra - Manipura (Solar Plexus)
Mantra - Om Hreem Kleem Shreem Chandraghantayai Namah Book your puja now Read More

4th DAY

Goddess Kushmanda Maa
Date - 20th October 2020 Tue
Tithi – Chaturthi
Offerings - Malpua
Color - Green
Chakra - Anahata (Heart)
Mantra - Om Hreem Kushmandayai Jagatprasootyai Namah Book your puja now Read More

5th DAY

Goddess Skandamata Maa
Date- 21st October 2020 Wed
Tithi – Panchami
Offerings - Bananas
Color - Blue
Chakra - Vishuddha (Throat)
Mantra - Om Hreem Saha Skandmatryai Namah Book your puja now Read More

6th DAY

Goddess Katyayani Maa
Date - 22nd October 2020 Thu
Tithi – Shashthi
Offerings - Honey
Color - Indigo
Chakra - Ajna (Third eye)
Mantra - Om Hreem Shreem Katyayanyai Namah Book your puja now Read More

7th DAY

Goddess Kaalratri Maa
Date- 23rd October 2020 Fri
Tithi – Saptami
Offerings - Jaggery Dishes
Color - White
Chakra - Sahasrara (Crown)
Mantra - Om Aim Hreem Shreem Vagdevyei Saraswatyai Namah Book your puja now Read More

7th DAY

Goddess Mahagauri Maa
Date- 23rd October 2020 Fri
Tithi – Saptami
Offerings - Jaggery Dishes
Color - Violet
Chakra - Sahasrara (Crown)
Mantra - Om Aim Hreem Shreem Vagdevyei Saraswatyai Namah Book your puja now Read More

8th DAY

Goddess Durga (Maha Navami)
Date - 24th October 2020 Sat
Tithi - Ashtami
Offerings - Grains
Puja - Sandhi Puja
Color - White
Chakra - Sahasrara (Crown)
Mantra - Om Hreeng Doong Durgaayai Namah Book your puja now Read More

9th DAY

Goddess Siddhidatri Maa
Date - 25th October 2020 Sun
Tithi - Navami
Offerings - Grains
Color - White
Chakra - Sahasrara (Crown)
Mantra - Om Hreem Saha Siddhidatryai Namah

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9th DAY

Vijaya Dashami (Dussehra), Navaratri Parana
Date - 25th October 2020 Sun
Tithi – Navami
Color - Pink
Offerings - Ram



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10th DAY

Durga Visarjan
Date - 26th October 2020 Mon
Tithi – Dashami







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Navratri Puja Kit

Puja Samagri which is used for Navratri Puja includes
 
         
Photo or Idol of Goddess Durga of Navdurga A clay pot with soil Barley seeds Kalash Coconut
Red cloth Five Leaves from Mango tree Flower garland 10 Coins Chowki
Sacred Thread (Moli) Akshat (raw colored rice) Incense Chunri Oil Lamp
Naivedya Roli for Tilak Puja Plate Bell Flour
Durga Saptshati book Ganga Jal Supari (Areca nuts) Paan (Betel leaves) Cloves
Cardamom Kumkum (vermilion) Gulal    


The Navratri Puja kit includes all the ingredients that are needed for performing Navratri Puja. All the ingredients are natural, sacred and of high quality. We offer you complete Puja Samagri for your Navratri Puja. The puja kit dedicated to Goddess Durga is sufficient for one elaborate Puja or multiple smaller pujas.

Ingredients: Navdurga Yantra, Madhurai Kumkum, Sindoor, Turmeric power, Camphor (Kapur), Honey (Shahad), Sandal Paste (Chandan), Black Abir, White Abir, Saffron (Kesar), Attar, Gomutra, Rose Water ( Gulab Jal), Ganga Jal (Holy water of River Ganga), Akshat (Rice), Betel Nut (Supari), Navdhanya (Nine grains), (Yellow Mustard), Barley (Jau), Cardamom, Clove and Betel Nut (Elaichi, Laung and Supari), Turmeric (Haldi), Dry Dates (Kharik), Almond (Badam), Jaggery (Gur), Panchameva (5 Dry Fruits mix), Durga Shringar Kit with Chunri, Cotton Wicks (Batti), Janeu (Holy thread), Mauli Thread, Dhoop and Navratri Pujan book. Buy this Samagri kit.

Offerings to the goddesses and the beliefs behind them

During the festival, after the aartis (morning and evening) are performed, a lot of offerings are made to the deities such as dry fruits (5 types), milk, bananas, mishri or other fruits, flowers and the like.
Bhog (offerings) for each day:
Day 1 of Navratri (Maa Shailaputri) – Cow ghee, it is believed to bring good health and keep the diseases away.
Day 2 of Navratri (Maa Brahmacharini) – Sugar and fruits, it is believed to give longevity to the dwellers.
Day 3 of Navratri (Maa Chandraghanta) – Milk, kheer or sweets, it is believed that offering the above things to Maa Chandraghanta will give you relief from misery and pain.
Day 4 of Navratri (Maa Kushmanda) – Malpua (do not add fennel seeds to it), Offering this delicacy to the Goddess is said to enhance the ability to make decisions and intellect.
Day 5 of Navratri (Maa Skandamata) – Banana, it is believed that it appeases the goddess and keeps you physically fit and healthy.
Day 6 of Navratri (Maa Katyayani) – Honey, It is believed that offering honey appeases the goddess and she blesses you with beauty and good health.
Day 7 of Navratri (Maa Kaalratri)– Jaggery, Offering this bhog to the goddess is said to remove all the evils and sorrows from your life. It also safeguards you from sudden calamity.
Day 8th of Navratri (Maa Mahagauri) – You may keep one mature Coconut at the altar of temple in your home. It is symbolic of desire fulfillment. Keep the thin edge of coconut towards the temple. You are required to immerse this coconut on the last day. Coconut, it is believed that offering this fruit appeases the goddess and she blesses you by taking away all your sorrows and by giving you success. She blesses the childless couple with child.
Day 9th of Navratri (Maa Siddhidatri) – Til (sesame) or flowers.  Offering sesame or flowers makes this goddess happy and she blesses you with various Siddhis.

Navratri Pujan Vidhi/ Navaratri Pooja Vidhi

Navratri Durga Puja Vidhi: During Navaratri, performing a Puja Vidhi for Goddess Durga is the most essential spiritual activity of all. In the Vedic scriptures such as Markandeya Purana, Goddess Durga is supremely glorified and Her worship is highly recommended. Durga is the epitome of changes, prosperity, fearlessness, victory and freedom from diseases. During Navratri time, Durga Pooja Vidhi can be performed in any auspicious time (shubh muhurta) but during Navratri period (nine night festival) it is considered very special and rewarding.
To perform the Navaratri Puja one needs to wake/ get up early in the morning, bathe and wear clean laundered clothes. Ensure that you perform the Puja with complete concentration and devotion.  Given below is the detailed process of performing the Puja.

  • The place where Navratri/ Navdurga puja will be performed must be thoroughly cleaned.
  •  The Aasan on which you will be sitting must be clean.
  • Arrange the Puja thali with all the Puja samagri.
  • Spread a new cloth (Red cloth) on a raised platform.
  • Sprinkle Ganga jal (holy water) on each Prayer article in order to purify them.
  • Install the idol of Goddess Durga on the Red cloth.
  • Keep a handful of Akshata (Rice) in the centre and then place a Kalash (earthen or copper) filled with water. You may drop five betel nuts, sugar, rice and a five rupees coin. Keep this Kalash at the altar along with other ritual paraphernalia. Water from this Kalash is sprinkled in your home after Kanjak Puja is performed on 8th or 9th day.
  • Arrange Mango leaves (Aam ke Patte) in the Kalash.
  • Light a diya (Lamp) with Ghee and the Agarbatti (Incense sticks).
  • Place the lamp on the left side of the idol of Goddess Durga.
  • Place the incense sticks and other articles on the right hand side of the idol of Goddess Durga.
  • Lit the fragrant Dhoop batti.
  • Sit in front of the deity idol in an upright posture.
  • Blow the ‘Shankh’ to invoke the Goddess.
  • Now, begin the Durga Puja by offering kumkum, haldi (Turmeric), and flowers to the idol of Durga.
  • Offer flower garland to the idol of goddess Durga.
  • Offer Sandalwood (Chandan) to the idol of goddess Durga.
  • Offer Vermilion (Sindoor) to the idol of goddess Durga.
  • Offer Scent (Attar) to the idol of goddess Durga .
  • Offer Sweets (Mithayi), Coconut (Nariyal) and fruits.
  • Offer Dry fruits (Mewa) to the idol of goddess Durga.
  • One all the preparations are done,
  • Read Durga Saptashati book Light 'agarbatti' or incense sticks.
  • Perform 'havan' using this mantra- "Om aing hreeng kleeng chamundaya vichche namah", 108 times
  • Give aahuti for 11 times. Fold your hands and pray.
  • At last, offer prasad and do Aarti of Goddess Durga. Sing the "Kshama Prarthana" of the 13th chapter of sacred Durga Saptshati and conclude the Puja.
  • Pray with whole heart. At the end distribute the Prasad to all who are present.

Akhand Jyot

Growing Khetri

Akhand Jyot is believed to be very sacred. Once you light the Akhand  Jyot, someone or the other needs to be at home always as the flame has to burn continuously for 9 nights.  According to the scriptures there must be at least one person at home.

Some more tips (Do’s and Don’ts) on fasting:

  • Keep taking water during fast. You may also take coconut water, butter milk, lemon juice and other juices. It will keep you away from dehydration and weakness.
  • Whatever food is prepared, offer it to the deities and then share it as Prasadam
  • One can eat fruits and permitted foods like Sabudana, Rajgira, kuttu (Buckwheat) ka atta (flour), dairy products, fruits and nuts in the day and eat one time meal in the night.
  • Keep your home clean at all times possible because a clean home invites the Goddess.
  • Avoid consumption of alcohol, drugs, eggs, non-vegetarian food, onions, and garlic during this period.

During the Navaratri festival, the atmosphere is supercharged with Sattvic guna, the mode of goodness, positive vibes. It makes your mind more peaceful and alert. The intentions while praying prayers become vivid, positive and powerful. Mentally, emotionally and physically our mind and body become nimble and active. When your body is detoxified, your body becomes filled with positive cosmic energy and with a purified mind, body, heart and soul your prayers become deep.

In order to appease Goddess Durga you can also wear the following:

  • The powerful Nine Mukhi Rudraksha symbolises the Nine forms of the Goddess
  • You can install the Durga Yantra , Bisa Yantra or the Ambajiyan Yantra in your homes or offices and worship it regularly
  • You can read the Durga Chalisa for stuti of  Goddess Durga
  • You can wear the Rudraksha Durga Pendant
  • You can wear Cats Eye Gemstone

Panchopachara Puja:

As the name suggests, Panchopachara Puja is done with five Puja items. Things required for Panchopachara Puja are :

1. Itra (Scent)
2. Flower, Garland (Mala)
3. Dhoop
4. Deepak or lamp made of clay (with batti and ghee)
5. Naivedya (Food to offer, may include fruits, sweets and whatever you cooked in your kitchen etc.)

First the lamp is showed to the Kalash and all the deities are invoked in it. After lamp offering, Dhoop sticks are lit and offered it to the Kalash, followed by flowers and scent. Finally the Naivedhya i.e. fruits and sweets are offered to the Kalash to conclude Panchopachara Puja.


इस २०२० नवरात्री मे क्या करे?

नवरात्रि पूरे देश में मनाए जाने वाले त्यौहारों में से एक है। इसे पश्चिम बंगाल के कुछ हिस्सों में दुर्गा पूजा के रूप में जाना जाता है। इस दिनलोग दुर्गा की पूजा करते हैं जो अपने 9 दिव्य रूपों में प्रगट होती है । इस त्यौहार के दौरान, लोग पवित्र शास्त्रों काअध्यन करते हैं जो दुर्गाऔर राक्षसों के खिलाफ उसके युद्धो की महिमा गाते हैं ।

इस नवरात्रि दुर्गा-पूजा करना सबसे उचित होगा

शास्त्रों के अनुसार दुर्गा पूजा किसी भी शुभ समय (शुभ मुहूर्ता) में की जा सकती है लेकिननवरात्रि के दौरान, इसे बहुत ही विशेष और पुरस्कृत माना जाता है। पूजा अनुष्ठान में निम्नलिखित विधियां होती है: अनुष्ठान प्रतीकों को बनाकर गौरी, गणेश नवग्रा, सोलह देवी (शोडदा मातृकास) समुद्र देवता (वरुण), प्रकाश (गवाह के रूप में दीपक) की उपस्थिति का आह्वान । दुर्गा सप्तशती, दुर्गा द्वात्रिंशनाम माला, सिद्धकुंजिका स्तोत्रम, दुर्गा चालीसा, अर्गला, स्त्रोत्रं और कीलकम का स्वर पाठ.दुर्गा पूजा के फायदे:

  • डर / बीमारियों और सभी नकारात्मकताओं दूर हो जाती है
  • निजी और व्यवसायी सुरक्षा प्राप्त होती है
  • भौतिक लाभ और समृद्धि मिलती है
  • आध्यात्मिक विकास भी होता है

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    Dear Kantiji, I made the head mala with 1 Mukhi in the center and placed the nine, 9 mukhi beads in two pairs on each side of the head with the ninth 9 mukhi at the rear of the mala. I, however felt that I wanted to have the 1 Mukhi Rudraksha with me all the time so it became part of a mala containing 1 through 14 Mukhi including a newly acquired 9 mukhi I asked Ms. Neeta for, plus Ganesha Bead and GauriShankar totaling 28 Rudraksha in total. I tried wearing the nine 9 mukhi as a braclet but found that my activities placed them in harm's way. I was afraid that I would inadvertently hit them on close

    - Joseph Rippy
  • Their quality and beauty were just as I had anticipated

    Dear Ms. Neetaji, Namaste! I received your package today. What a pleasure to receive these fine rudraksha and Mala. Their quality and beauty were just as I had anticipated. I felt their energy and soothing properties during my morning meditation. I have given the 4 mukhi to our daughter. She was thrilled with her gift and we all appreciate your sincere thoughtfulness. Your gifts are also appreciated. I am listening to the Rudraksha Poojan & Dharan, it is very nice. I have placed the picture of Goddess Mahalaxmi along with the lovely Shree Yantra on my altar. Thank you for these lovely gift close

    - Dharam S. Karki
  • The most happy news for us

    Dear All, Good Day. I first purchased a Akarshaya Siddha Mala from RC. Immediately after that I was given the additional responsibility of photographing all my company�s activity. For short it can be called as I became the official photographer of my company. After that I got my bank loan to clear off all my financial issues. I did that. Along with that I went for an Indra Mala. This time after much delay from my side I got the mala which was reserved to me by Neetaji (which was energized on the 9 days of navratri). I started wearing both malas and my spiritual levels are increasing very muc close

    - Srikanth Jyotula
  • I just fall in love with my beads

    Hello, Ms. Neeta and Rudra Centre staffs I would like to thank you very much for a fast delivery of my items and also thank you for the beautiful gifts. I am new to use the rudraksha beads. I saw the 8 muki that I got I just fall in love with my beads. I have the bead on my mind all day. Your packing is just wonderful also love the little red pouch. Thank you very much again and I hope you all the best of the year to come and May God and Goddess bless your business. Marb/USA close

    - Marb
  • There are places like Rudra Centre which will aid in bright future

    Dear Rudra Centre, I am very happy with the products that i have purchased thus far from your website. In a world where there are millions of cheats, trying to make a quick dollar from devotees in the name of the good lord, selling false beads and low quality products, it is nice to know that rudra centre is so genuine and so caring. This company truly is looking for the enlightenment and aid of all people. The products that you sell have helped my family members greatly. For example, my uncle who would be very ill-tempered is enjoying much more peace and tranquility by wearing the eight muki close

    - Shane Dutt
  • Superb professionalism

    Dear Sir or Madam, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your excellent web site and superb professionalism. I have purchased a variety of statues/idols and puja items from your site on several occasions. I am always thrilled when I receive the package. Your items are always nicer than described and of high quality. They are packed very well and despite the distant between our two countries they always arrive very quickly. I am always very impressed with your business ethics. Thank you so very much for your site and business and the opportunity it affords those of us in the USA to purchas close

    - Elizabeth Edgecomb, USA
  • Experiences with wearing the 19 mukhi

    Dear Ms. Neeta: I have taken time to write you my experiences with wearing the 19 mukhi rudraksha that you recommended to me in August. I hope this helps your research and other people. I have been wearing my 19 mukhi Rudraksa provided to me by Ms. Neeta Ji. I have been keeping close track of the transformation I have experienced by wearing this divine bead. I hope to give some understanding on the effects that I have personally felt. I am trying to describe the effects and feelings with humility and in no way am trying to gloat. First off I want to let you know about myself and how I was intr close

    - GSK, USA
  • They are so beautiful and made to such a nice design

    Namaste dear Neetaji, By the grace of the divine my rudraksha bracelets arrived yesterday afternoon UK time. They are so beautiful and made to such a nice design! I love them. I wore them to teach my yoga classes yesterday evening. Thank you for the free gifts too - I gave my mother the 5 mukhi pendant as a gift. I will be in touch to update you on the postive developments in my life. Thank you so much for such a professional service and for the blessings that my bracelets have had before they arrived. Best wishes and Om shanti, Yasmin Z close

    - Yasmin Z, UK
  • Rudra Centre is the Best and it provides the best service all over the world

    JAI SAT CHIT ANAND TO EVERYONE @ RUDRACENTRE I am very HAPPY to hear that you have provided me this special bracelet and customised it especially for me, i am most grateful for all the hard work you always put in providing me the best service all year round. My whole Mandir is now finally complete after this order with all your spiritual items. Not a day goes by where i do not think of RUDRACENTRE. I had a deadline to complete my Mandir for 2012 and this was achieved as this has been a very important year SPIRITUALLY for me!! I am so pleased that with all your help and guidance over the 1 year close

    - Sita, London
  • Thank you for keeping me updated

    Dear Rajeev ~ namaste. thank you for keeping me updated. when i woke up on Thursday morning local time, i sensed a deep feeling of stillness. later i found a great site i will forward to you. it\'s a moving depiction of the yantras attached to the ten mahavidyas. this morning i was inspired to dance around while listening to the mahasura mardini....so things are going quite well in the goddess department! i appreciate all the energy invested by the pujaris in performing this puja and yagna and thank you for giving attention to all the details. best wishes, leslie a/k/a maithili close

    - Leslie
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