This year Chaitra Navratri would start from eighteenth March and go
on till 26th March. Chaitra Navratri is praised in the Hindu
month of Chaitra that falls at cusp of spring and summer
Navratri is a standout amongst the most essential celebrations celebrated by Hindu
group of India. It is committed to Shakti, or the female power
that we affectionately allude to as Goddess Durga. Passing by the exacting significance,
Navratri signifies ‘nine evenings’. It is praised twice every year, once right
after the Spring season (Chaitra Navtratri) and the other before Autumn
The time of nine days of Navratri is considered to be blessed for Hindus, a they
do all that they can to mollify their dearest divinity. Individuals wake up and bathe
early morning and go to the Goddess.
They perform extraordinary poojas and havans to welcome Goddess Durga to
take shield in their homes. Offerings as far as delectable bhog, organic products
what’s more, blooms are likewise made to the divinity. Lovers additionally watch ceremonial
fasts as a characteristic of demonstrating their commitment for the goddess.
Never do this things while fasting –
1-If you’re watching the Navratri quick, at that point don’t get your hair style amid
this period. Abstain from getting shaved too.
2-If you’re introducing a Kalash amid Navratri and light an ‘Akhand Jyoti’,
at that point never go out unattended.
3-It is viewed as ominous to cut lemon amid Navratri. Subsequently, stay away
from lemon. Aside from this, non veg, onions and garlic are likewise restricted.
4-According to Vishnu Puran, it is viewed as ominous to take an evening rest.
It is trusted that the constructive outcomes of Navratri fasting are invalidated by this.
5-Don’t wear dark garments amid Navratri. Forgo utilizing calfskin items too.
Here is point by point timetable of Chaitra Navratri 2018:
18th March 2018 – Pratipada
19th March 2018 – Dwitiya
20th March 2018 – Tritiya
21st March 2018 – Chaturthi
22nd March 2018 – Panchami
23rd March 2018 -Shashthi
24th March 2018 -Saptami
25th March 2018 – Ashtami/Navami
Here’s wishing all of you an exceptionally Happy Navratri 2018