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Nine Days Of Navratri

Navratri in Sanskrit means ‘nine nights’. It is a hindu festival which is celebrated over a period of nine days in the month of Ashvin, which typically falls in the months of late September, October or early November. Navratri, also called Sharad Navratri is celebrated in the honour of Goddess Durga and each day has a significance towards the various forms of Goddess Durga. If you want to know more about these nine nights in detail and about the various forms of Goddess Durga for which these nights are celebrated, then keep on reading.
Day 1 - Pratipada/Ghatasthapna
The first day of Navratri is observed for Devi Shailputri. Shailputri means the daughter of Shaila, which are mountains, also known as Parvati or Hemavati. Shailaputri is known to be the daughter of the Himalayas, and is the first among the Navadurgas.

Devi Shailaputri or Devi Parvati  is the consort of Lord Shiva and the mother of Lord Ganesha and Kartikeya. It is said that one should worship Maa Shailputri to make full us…

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