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Do’s and Dont’s at Home During Navratri, April 2019

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The joyous celebration of Navratri (or Navaratri) has at last started, and one could tell this by taking a gander at the night that goes before the ceremony. The business sectors are overwhelmed with lights, pooja items made of mud, home stylistic theme decorations and lights and so forth.

Navratri is starting on 6th of April and will end on 14th April. It is a celebration that spreads crosswise over nine evenings (Navratri) and is commended the nation over by all Hindus collectively. Navratri is commended in four seasons that is multiple times in a year. In any case, the Navratri that pursues autumn is considered as the more auspicious of every one of the four. It is alluded to as Sharad Navratri and praises her power. It is seen in the period of Ashwin according to Hindu logbook, which compares with the Gregorian months September and October.

History of Navratri Festival

While there are different purposes for the festival of the nine-day celebration, every one of the accounts from old stories shares one topic for all intents and use – the triumph of Good over Evil. There are principally two stories which structure the premise of the history of the awesome celebration.

First of the two amazing stories is the one which is trailed by the Northern and Western pieces of the nation. It is the triumph of Lord Rama over the cruel and wicked Ravana, the person who seized his better half, Sita. The nine days of the Navaratri see the presentation or establishment of the epic ‘Ramayana’ and the tenth day is the last battle between master Rama and Ravana. Rama murders the ten-headed Ravana by shooting a bolt in his navel, the wellspring of his capacity and Ravana kicks the bucket. The equivalent is likewise exhibited in Ramlila which closes on the tenth day, which is Dussehra. The festival finishes up by the consuming of the representations of Ravana and his siblings Meghnad and Kumbhkaran.

The second story is about the goddess Durga. It is the fundamental purpose of the festival in Eastern and Northeastern conditions of India. It is trusted that goddess Durga combat with the wild ox evil presence Mahishasura to reestablish harmony and Dharma. She was fruitful, and her prosperity is honoured each year through the Durga Pooja. The story is written in the epic ‘Devi Mahatmya’. Make sure to learn about festival decoration ideas and tips below.

Things to bring home during Navratri

1) Peacock Feather

Goddess Saraswati’s mount is a peacock. Purchase a peacock plume and keep it at your place of love. This prevents negative energies under control.

2) Silver or Gold coin

It is viewed as favourable to purchase a silver or a gold coin amid Navratri. Far superior on the off chance that it has an image of Laxmi and Ganesh embellished on it.

3) Lotus

This bloom is a most loved of Goddess Laxmi. Keeping a new lotus regularly in your mandir amid Navratri will present celestial gifts on your family.

4) Goddess Laxmi symbol

For harmony and flourishing throughout everyday life, bring home a symbol of Goddess Laxmi where she is perched on a lotus bloom and showering wealth.

Stay away from an image where she is standing.

5) Items of 16 shringar

If you need divine gifts of Goddess Dura in your life, bring home the 16 things of female reverence (i.e. shringar, which incorporates bangles, aroma, mehendi, bindi and so on.) and keep it in your poojaghar.

Don’ts of Navratri

Hairstyle amid Navratri: Preferably, one ought not to get one’s haircut or complete a shave amid Navratri – it is said that this rankles Goddess Durga and welcomes her fierceness. On the off chance that you have work responsibilities, at that point, you can most likely shave yourself two or multiple times, yet abstain from getting your hairstyle. Try not to sort out a standard function for your youngster in this period.

Non-veg sustenance amid Navratri

Nearly everybody realises that one ought not to eat garlic, ginger and even onions amid this period, aside from totally swearing off non-veg food and liquor. In any case, do you realise that cutting a lemon also is viewed as unfavourable amid Navratri? On the off chance that you have to, you can utilise lemon juice brought from the market.

Resting Habit amid Navratri

You can’t surrender sleeping for nine days; however one ought to abstain from dozing toward the evening amid this time. This is particularly valid for the individuals who are fasting since it is said that on the off chance that you rest amid the daytime amid Navratri (when you ought to be physically active), at that point all the “great karma” accomplished from the quick goes invalid and void.

The nine symbols of Durga and the shades of every symbol:

Day 1: SHAILPUTRI: She is the encapsulation of the aggregate intensity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. It is in this structure the goddess was worshipped as the associate of Shiva. The shade of the primary day is red- – it portrays activity and force.

Day 2: BRAHMCHARINI: The person who rehearses ardent gravity. She is ecstatic and invests joy, harmony, flourishing and beauty upon all lovers who revere her. Loaded up with euphoria and joy, she is the best approach to liberation or moksha. The shade of the second day is illustrious blue since it’s synonymous with a quiet yet-ground-breaking vitality.

Day 3: CHANDRAGHANTA: She speaks to magnificence and beauty and is loved on the third day for harmony, peacefulness and thriving throughout everyday life. She is the missionary of endurance and has incredible quality. The shade of the day is yellow.

Day 4: KUSHMUNDA: She is viewed as the maker of the universe. It is trusted that Kushmunda made the universe through an episode of chuckling and made it verdant with vegetation. Subsequently, the shade of the day is green.

Day 5: SKAND MATA: She is the mother of Skanda, or Karthikeya, who was picked by the divine beings as their president in the war against the devils. Skanda in his baby structure joins her. The shade of the day is dim, as it shows the weakness of a mother who can transform into a tempest cloud when the need emerges to secure her tyke.

Day 6: KATYAYANI: Katyayani was destined to the extraordinary sage, Kata, as a symbol of Durga. Wearing orange, she displays tremendous strength. Consequently, the shade of the day is orange.

Day 7: KALRATRI: She has a dim composition, rumpled hair and a bold stance. She has three eyes that sparkle brilliant, with blazes radiating from her breath. She is dark like the goddess Kali. She is the purest type of goddess Durga, and she is wearing white, a shading that speaks to harmony and supplication. Accordingly, the shade of the day is white.

Day 8: MAHA GAURI: Maha Gauri is savvy, tranquil and quiet. It is said that because of her long starknesses in the deep backwoods of the Himalayas, her shading changed from white to back. In any case, later, when Shiva cleaned her with the waters of the Ganga, her body recaptured its excellence, and she came to be known as Maha Gauri, which implies very white. The shade of the day is pink, meaning expectation and a new beginning.

Day 9: SIDDHIDATRI: She has mysterious mending forces. She has four arms and is dependable with a cheerful perspective. She favours all divine beings, holy people, yogis, tantriks and all enthusiasts as an appearance of the mother goddess. The goddess is appeared to be in a happy state, much the same as the sky on a sunny morning. In this way, the shade of the day is sky blue, speaking to wonderment about the magnificence of nature.

Praised two times every year, the first Navratri that falls in the long stretch of March or April is known as Chaitra Navratri. Most enthusiasts of goddess Durga watch a quick for nine days; however, some view it for just two days. Amid the fast, one is intended to swear off ordinary grains like wheat, yet can expend natural products, milk, tea, espresso, potatoes and one dinner of sago nourishment arrangements -, for example, kuttu (singhada) atta and exceptional rice. Rather than regular table salt, sendha (ocean) salt is utilised for cooking.

What to eat during Navratri:

* Fried or bubbled potatoes

* Kadhi arranged with kuttuatta and ocean salt

* Aloo Tikki

* Banana chips

* Makhanekisabzi

* Fruits and natural product juices

* Sabudana kheer

* Curd

* Lassi

* Kuttuatta roti

Thus, go forward, have a breathtaking Navratri!

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  1. I believe in Durga mata a lot and to find such content on Navaratri is just astonishing for me. Each and every roop of maa Durga symbolizes different aspects. It’s a perfect guide for those who want to know about what to do in the special 9 days of Navratri.

  2. The Navratri is the best part of the Hinduism culture, and I greatly enjoyed them. This article makes me understand what to do and what not to the Navratri. Thanks for sharing such a good article that features Navratri, and it helps in a peaceful celebration of Navratri.


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