Navaratri or Navarathri, is a long popular Hindu festival celebrated in the Sharad every year. The festival is also known as Durga Puja that is observed for various reasons and celebrated in different ways or with big style in different parts of the Indian subcontinent.
Hypothetically, there are many seasons of Navratri. On the other hand, in practice, it is the post-monsoon festival that is the most famous season of the Navaratri that is also known as the Sharad Navratri and is the most observed in the honour and respect of the divine Devi Durga.
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The Carnival is celebrated in the shiny day of the Hindu calendar Ashvin month, the festival typically comes in the Gregorian months of September 2017.
In the eastern and north-eastern parts of India, the festival Navaratri is popularly celebrated with big glory, in West Bengal Navaratri is symbolized as the Durga Puja.
The festival is focused and based on the story of the Goddess Durga and her win over Rakshas means demons therefore in the Durga Puja story, the Goddess Durga battles and struggles comes out victorious over the best demon to support restore Dharma. In the northern and western states, the festival is organized with “Rama Lila” and Dussehra to rejoined the battle and win of God Rama over the demon king Ravana.
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In southern states, the festival Navratri is celebrated and decorated with the win of different goddess and god like Rama or Saraswati and so on continues with big festival celebrations. In all cases, the common theme of Navaratri is the battle, struggle and victory of Good over Evil based on a regionally and religionally famous and popular epic or the legend such as the Ramayana or the Devi Mahatmya.
The 9th or the last day of Navaratri is celebrated and decorated as Ram Navami. On this occasion you can send these beautiful and wonderful Navaratri greetings, Wishes to your near and dear ones.
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One of the most famous and popular festival of Hinduism, Navratri indicates a period of 9 days of festivities, celebrations and fasts.
The festival is watched two times in a year that one is Sharad Navratri, that is Sharad Navratri that is celebrated in the month of September-October. While Navratri follows the same rituals and worships too. It is Sharad Navratri which is celebrated in a long way throughout the country.