Navratri 2020: Navratri festival of Hindu religion is very sacred and holy. This festival and fasting process lasts for nine days. Every day the Ajag is worshiped as an incarnation or replica of a different goddess mother and also observes a vow to please her. This festival is made by people of the Hindu religion all over India. In this article today, we have brought you information about Happy Navratri 2020 Best Wishes, HD Images, Greetings, Messages, SMS, Whatsapp Status Which are perfect to Share this Navratri With Your Friends and Relatives.
Navratri Date 2020
Navratri is starting from October 17. It has special significance in Hinduism. Navratri is the festival of worship of Maa Navadurga. It starts every year at the end of Shraddha, but this time due to more mass, Navratri is starting 25 days late. The exact time of Navratri will be from 17 October to 25 October.
According to the divine Dr. Sripati Tripathi Jyotirvid, this time Ashtami and Navami Tithi will fall on the same day, due to which 9 full days will be available for worshiping Goddess in Navratri.
Navratri Wishes and Images to Share
Message Reads: Navratri 2020 wishes
This Navratri, may Goddess Durga remove all your sufferings and may you get blessed with a happy and healthy life. Jai Mata Di.
There’s something magical about this festival. It transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary, darkness into light and agony into ecstasy. Maa Durga brings along with her unparalleled energy, happiness and joy. Happy Navratri to you and your family.
May Goddess Durga Shower
All Her Blessings on You
And Your Family.
Wishing you fantastic nine nights of devotion, spirituality, and happiness. May Maa shower her choicest blessings over you. Happy Navratri.
May the 9 avatars of Maa Durga bless you with 9 qualities – power, happiness, humanity, peace, knowledge, devotion, name, fame and health.
This Navratri, may you get rid of all the troubles and sorrow. May your life be filled with good health, wealth, peace and prosperity. Let us celebrate Maa Durga and all the goodness that she represents. A very happy Navratri to you and your family.
May Maa Durga bestow you and your family
With 9 forms of blessings- Fame, Name, Wealth,
Prosperity, Happiness, Education,
Health, Power and Commitment.
May Maa Durga bring joy to you and your loved ones. May the divine blessings of Maa Durga be with you always. Happy Navratri!
This Navratri, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his laddoos and may your troubles be as small as his mouse. Happy Chaitra Navratri!
May Goddess Durga
provide you the strength
to overcome all obstacles in life.
Nothing can replace the peace and happiness that Maa Durga brings to our homes each year. Here’s celebrating the victory of Maa Durga over Mahishasura, the demon who spread hatred. Let us celebrate the triumph of the good over the evil — a very Happy Navratri to you and your family.
This Navratri, let us get inspired by Maa Durga and destroy all the evil that is within us. Let us hope and pray that the world becomes a better place for our future generations. Jai Mata Di.
Significance of Navratri
Navratri is a major festival of Hindus. The word Navaratri is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘nine nights’. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti / Goddess are worshiped. The tenth day is known as Dussehra. Navratri comes four times a year. Pausha, Chaitra, Ashada, is celebrated in Ashwin month from Pratipada to Navami.
The nine nights of Navratri worship the nine forms of the three goddesses – Mahalakshmi, Mahasaraswati or Saraswati and Mahakali, whose names and places are as follows: Nanda Devi Yogmaya (Vindhyavasini Shaktipeeth), Raktdantika (Sathur), Shakambhari (Saharanpur Shaktipeeth), Durga (Kashi), Bhima (Pinjore) and Bhramari (Bhramaramba Shaktipeeth) say Navadurga. Navratri is an important major festival that is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout India.
The festival of Navratri is from Pratipada date of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month. The auspicious time of Ghatasthapana on the first day of Navratri is from 6.23 am in the morning to 10: 12 in the morning. Abhijit Muhurta for Ghatasthapana will be from 11:44 to 12:29 am.
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