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Today Sharad Navratri's 8th day known as Durga Ashtami, Maha Ashtami, Aatham.Today hindu people doing Durga Puja and Havan on their street and in Durga temples.Maha Ashtami or Durga Ashtami is the most auspicious day of the Durga Puja festival held across India. The festivities take on a totally different scale in Kolkata, where the Bengali community comes together to not just celebrate the weapons of Goddess Durga but also to decorate the pandals based on several creative themes, year after year. This seems to have spilled over to the rest of India as well.Here is Information about Today Durga Ashtami ,Durga puja, Durha Puja Havan , Durga Puja Havan Video, and Durga Puja Havan Images.

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Gori Radha ne Kado Kan Navratri Special Garbo

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Singer: Kirtidan Gadhvi
Music by: Sachin-Jigar
Lyrics by: Niren Bhatt

Hai Thanganto Morlo
Ke Eni Pardeshi Chhe Dhel
Khamma Re Vaalmji Mara
Kharo Karavyo Mel

Gori Radha Ne Kaado Kaan
Garbe Ghume Bhuli Bhaan (x2)

Radha Nu Rup Chhe
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Jagni Reetnu Su Kaam
Radha Nu Rup Chhe To
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Aankho Maandi Ne Juve Gaam

Gori Radha Ne Kaado Kaan
Garbe Ghume Bhuli Bhaan (x2)

Pachhamna Radha Rani Purvno Kanudo
Kevi Aa Hansla Ni Jod Re
Navrangi Raato Ma Rume-Jhume Beldi Ne
Kamangara Ena Kod Re (x2)

Wrong Side Raju Movie - Gori Radha Ne Kado Kaan Lyrics
Radha Nu Tandu Naache
Mandu Naache Kanha Ni Murli
Bhulave Jo Ne Sahuna Bhaan

Gori Radha Ne Kalo Kaan
Garbe Ghume Bhuli Bhaan (x2)

Radha Nu Rup Chhe
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Jagni Reet Nu Su Kaam
Radha Nu Rup Chhe To
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Aankho Maandi Ne Juve Gaam

Hai Range Change Juvan Haiyaa
Rang Jamave Mangamta
Hai Fer Farta Ghumta
Jobnvanta Thanganta
Hai Chham Chham Karta Tarliya Aa
Navli Raate Chamkta
Hai Khel Karta Sahel Karta

Raase Ramta Khelanda Re Ji Re
Raase Ramta Khelanda Re Ji Re
Raase Ramta Khelanda Ho
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About Navratri 

Today 21st September Navratri festival starts for Hindu people.Navratri is usually a nine night festival that ends with Dussehra, the victory of good over evil, on the tenth day.Goddess Durga is venerated during these nine days in her three supreme forms.Goddess Durga embodies the representation of creation, power, and destruction. Her blessings are bestowed on us in the form of Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati on Navratri. In the first three days of Navratri, the Goddess is venerated as Durga, the following three days, Lakshmi is worshiped and the concluding days are dedicated to Saraswati. 

 

Ghatasthapana invokes the coming of Goddess Durga; therefore, special care is taken while performing the ritual. Ghatasthapana is prohibited during Amavasya and dark light. The same is going to be followed in Navratri 2017. It is believed that if such meticulous care is not taken, it would bring the wrath of Goddess Durga.  

Navratri celebrations are seeped in traditional music and dance. Gujarat is the focus of Navratri celebrations with all night-long dance and festivities. 'Garba' is a devotional dance form that derives from the folklore of Lord Krishna singing and dancing with the gopis using 'dandiya' or slim wooden sticks. 'Raas Garba' has also evolved to include steps like 'Dodhiyu', 'Trikoniya', 'Lehree' and several others. What's more, with time, Navratri festival has seen changes in celebrations with well-choreographed dance performances, high-end acoustics and people dressed in made-to-order, bright costumes. Tourists flock to Vadodara in Gujarat to enjoy a mix of high-energy band music performances, singing and dancing.

Today Navratri Special Whats app Status- Facebook Sms

May the nine nights of Navratri bring grace, joy and fun,
Let’s worship Goddess Durga and the prayers be done.
Time to perform Dandiya and play around in circles,
And stage a mock-fight with Mahishasura which Durga won.
Wish you a very Happy and Blessed Navratri! 

N = Nav Chetna
A = Akhand Jyoti
V = Vighna Nashak
R = Ratjageshwari
A = Anand Dayi
T = Trikal Darshi
R = Rakhan Karti
A = Anand Mayi Maa
May Nav Durga bless you always.
Wish you and your family a very Happy Navratri!

Colorful Ceremony Seemed..
Colorless For Me.. 
And Sweet Music Of Festival..
Became DullAnd Solemn.. 
In Your Absence..
Missing You On Navratri

Jitne bhi hai jaha pe, unhi ke lal hai sare,
unke hi isaro pe chalte, ye chand aur tare.
pal bhar ke liye hi sahi maa ko yaad kijiye,
hogi puri tamna jara phariyad kijiye.
Happy Navratri.

This Navratri I wish you wisdom as ,
You stand in all your life’s crossroads. 
May you pick the best choices! 

Nine nights of festivity With dances and revelry. 
May this divine occasion bring success to you And 
embrace victories too. 
Have a delightful Navratri! 
Happy Navratri....

Navratri Greetings 


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Navratri Puja Vidhi-Havan Vidhi-Durga Ashtami-Maha Navmi Celebration

Navratri is amongst the most important Hindu festivals. This auspicious festival is celebrated with great zeal and devotion throughout the country. The literal meaning of 'Navratri' is 'nine auspicious nights'. Navratri is a pious festival celebrated in the honor of nine different forms of the Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati for nine continuous days. The Goddess of Power is worshipped during these days in order to seek her blessings and protection from any unknown fear and possible threat. The devotees ask for peace and prosperity from the Goddess. The Goddess of power has the supremacy over the creation, preservation and destruction of the universe.

Navratri is being celebrated in our country adhering to all the customs and rituals. It is of utmost importance to know the exact method of performing the Navratri Pooja. Here, is the full Navratri Pooja Vidhi.

Items to be required for the Navratri Pooja

Picture or Idol of Goddess Durga in the Pooja room
A dupatta or sari to offer to the deity
Durga Saptshati book
Ganga water or plain water in Kalash (pitcher)
Fresh and washed mango leaves
Fresh grass
Sandalwood
One coconut
Roli, red sacred powder for tilak
Moli, red sacred thread
Rice
Supari (Areca nuts)
Paan (Betel leaves)
Cloves
Cardamom
Kumkum (vermilion)
Gulal

You will need incense sticks, a 'deep' and a matchstick. You will also require some fresh flowers like rose, jasmine or red hibiscus. You may offer fresh fruits and sweets such as 'laddoo', or 'peda' for prasad. Take a mat, to sit. If possible, every member of the house should sit together.

Navratri Pooja Vidhi

For performing the Navratri Pooja, you need to wake up early in the morning. Get up sharp at the sunrise. This time is considered best to perform the Navratri Pooja. Take bath and wear laundered clothes. Keep 'deep' at the left side of the deity. Try to light the 'Akhand Jyot'. Keep in mind that you should not leave the house vacant if you are lighting the 'Akhand Jyot'. Someone must stay back at home. On the right hand side of the idol, keep incense sticks etc. Keep yourself prepared to do the Puja with full devotion and concentration. Keep the kalash and coconut as well. Lay the mat and sit in an upright position in front of the deity. Light the 'deep'. Ring the bell or blow the 'Shankh'.

For 'Kalash Sthapna

Place the kalash near the idol or picture of the deity and fill it with pure water. Place mango leaves on the mouth of the kalash. Place a coconut inside the kalash. Tie moli around the neck of the kalash.


Sprinkle 'Gangajal' all over the Puja room. Now, offer sandalwood powder and some fresh grass to the Goddess. Then, offer the sari or dupatta to the Goddess. Place some fresh flowers in front of the Goddess. Next, offer 'paan' with a clove placed on it. If you are married, then offer two such paans. Light 'agarbatti' or incense sticks. Perform 'havan' using this mantra- "Om aing hreeng kleeng chamundaya vichche namah". 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.

The Durga Saptashati book should be kept carefully and respectfully.

Celebration of 'Mahanavami' in India

The ninth day of Navratri, popularly known as 'Mahanavami' is the final day of Navratri celebrations. The celebration of 'Mahanavami' varies from state to state in India.

People of different states celebrate Mahanavami in their own way. People from Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Punjab do 'Kanya Puja' on the last day. On the concluding day, nine young girls are invited in the house and feasted with delicious food. These nine young girls are treated as the nine forms of the Goddess. They are welcomed by washing their feet and putting tilak on their forehead.

The people of Kerala celebrate Saraswati Pooja on 'Ashtami', the eighth day or the day before Mahanavami. The concluding day is treated as the resting day. People do not begin with any new work and even children do not study this day.


Navratri celebrations end on 'Ashtami' instead of Mahanavami in some parts of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Kashmir and Maharashtra.

The people of West Bengal celebrate Durga Pooja with great enthusiasm and devotion. Huge 'Pandal' (tent) is set up and a huge idol of Goddess Durga is installed in the 'Pandal' and worshipped. On Mahanavami, the idol of Goddess Durga is bid adieu and immersed in the sea or river or any flowing source of water.

The festival of Navratri is divided into the sets of three days. These sets are formulated to worship the different forms of the Goddess. On the first three days, Goddess Durga is revered and worshipped. She is known to be the master of power and eliminates all the evil and fear from the mind and life of the devotees. The next three days are devoted to the Goddess of wealth- Lakshmi. She showers the blessings of never-ending wealth upon her devotees. The final set of three days is devoted for worshipping the Goddess of wisdom- Saraswati. She is responsible for spiritual enlightenment and success in life.

The Goddesses are worshipped under nine different names and in nine different characters during the nine prosperous days. The first form of Goddess Durga is 'Shailputri' meaning the 'Goddess of Himalayas' is worshipped on the first day. The second form of Goddess Durga is 'Brahmacharini', worshipped on the second day. Her name is derived from the word 'Brahma'. On the third day, the Goddess is worshipped as 'Chandraghanta'. She symbolizes beauty and bravery.

The Goddess 'Kushmanda' is worshipped on the fourth day. She is believed to be the creator of the universe. On the fifth day, 'Skanda Mata' is worshipped. She is the mother of the chief warrior of the God's Army, Skand. The sixth day is devoted for the Goddess 'Katyayani', who has three eyes and four hands.

The Goddess 'Kalratri' is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri. She is as black as the night and takes away all the fears from the devotees. The Goddess 'Maha Gauri' is worshipped on the eighth day of Navratri. She is the epitome of beauty and as white as the snow. She represents calmness and wisdom. The ninth day, also known as 'Mahanavami', is the concluding day of Navratri. Goddess 'Siddhidatri' is worshipped on the last day of Navratri.

Navratri is a festival of sentiments, positive thoughts, peace and prosperity. Every year it is welcomed with great respect and love. People refrain from wrong deeds and indulge in pure devotion. Wish you a Happy Navratri.
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Navratri 2017 Dates,Puja timing and Days Information-Navratri Celebrations Events

Navratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. The word Navaratri means 'nine nights' in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights.avratri festival combines ritualistic puja and fasting and is accompanied by resplendent celebrations for nine consecutive days and nights. Navratri in India follows the lunar calendar and is celebrated in March/April as Chaitra Navratri and in September-October as Sharad Navratri.

Navratri is a nine night festival that ends with Dussehra on the 10th day that is the victory of good over evil.During Navratri, the Goddess Durga, or the mother goddess, is worshipped in each of her nine forms, with each day having a different ritual associated with it.

Navratri 2017 Dates,Puja timing

Navratri Festival start 21st September 2017 and end 30th September 2017. 
Ghatasthapana Muhurta begins at 06:13 AM to 08:10 AM.
Pratipada Tithi Begins at 10:59 AM on September 20 and ends at 10:34 AM on September 21. 

Navratri Days Information 2017
 

Navratri Festival Day Name
Days
Date of festival
Pratipada (Navratri Day 1)           
Thursday
21 September 2017
Dwitiya (Navratri Day 2)               
Friday
22 September 2017
Tritiya (Navratri Day 3)                  
Saturday
23 September 2017
Chaturthi (Navratri Day 4)           
Sunday
24 September 2017
Panchami (Navratri Day 6)           
Monday
25 September 2017
Sasthi (Navratri Day 6)                    
Tuesday
26 September 2017
Saptami (Navratri Day 7)              
Wednesday
27 September 2017
Ashtami (Navratri Day 8)              
Thursday
28 September 2017
Navami (Navratri Day 9)               
Friday
29 September 2017

Navratri Celebrations Events


Navratri Day
Day
Form of Goddess
Tithi
Pujan
Colour
Navratri Day 1
Pratipada
Shailaputri Maa
Ghatasthapana
Shailputri Pujan
Red
Navratri Day 2
Dwitiya
Bharmacharini
Chandra Darshan
Brahmacharini Pujan
Royal Blue
Navratri Day 3
Tritiya
Chandraghanta
Sindoor Tritiya, Sowbhagya Teej
Chandraghanta Pujan
Yellow
Navratri Day 4
Chaturthi
Kushmanda
Varad Vinayaka Chauth
Bhouma Chaturthi
Green
Navratri Day 5
Panchami
Skandamata
Lalita Panchami
Upang Lalita Vrat, Lalitha Gauri Vrat, Skandamata Pujan
Gray
Navratri Day 6
Shashthi
Katyayani
Maha Shashti
Saraswati Awahan, Katyayani Pujan
Orange
Navratri Day 7
Saptami
Kaalratri
Maha Saptami
Saraswati Puja, Kalaratri Pujan, Utsava Puja
White
Navratri Day 8
Ashtami
Maha Gauri
Durga Ashtami, Maha Ashtami
Saraswati Mata Pujan, Mahagauri Pujan, Sandhi Puja
Pink
Navratri Day 9
Navami
Siddhidatri
Khande Navami, Durga Visarjan, Maha Navami
Ayudha Puja, Kanya puja
Sky Blue
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