All you need to know about Navratri 2020
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All you need to know about Navratri 2020

Navratri is the time when Maa Durga jaijai kara Reverberates in the whole atmosphere.
This festival is one of the most important Hindu festivals of nine-night and ten days.

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Navratri 2020

When Navratri Starts in 2020? नवरात्रि कितनी तारीख को है |

Navaratri 2020 in India will begin on Saturday, 17 October, and ends on Sunday, 25 October.

All you need to know about Navratri

WHEN NAVRATRI STARTS IN 2020 नवरात्रि कितनी तारीख को है
WHEN NAVRATRI STARTS IN 2020 नवरात्रि कितनी तारीख को है

Mark your calendars and get ready to welcome Maa Durga with open arms!

  • 17 October 2020 (Saturday) Day 1 – Pratipada Ghatasthapana, Shailputri Puja
  • 18 October 2020 (Sunday) Day 2 – Dwitiya Maa Brahmacharini Pooja
  • 19 October 2020 (Monday) Day 3 – Third Mother Chandraghanta Puja
  • 20 October 2020 (Tuesday) Day 4 – Chaturthi Maa Kushmanda Puja,  Vinayaka Chaturthi, Upang Lalita Vrat
  • 21 October 2020 (Wednesday) Day 5 – Panchami Maa Skandamata Puja
  • 22 October 2020 (Thursday) Day 6 – Shashthi Maa Katyayani Pooja
  • 23 October 2020 (Friday) Day 7 – Saptami Maa Kalratri Puja
  • 24 October 2020 (Saturday) Day 8 – Ashtami Maa Mahagauri Durga Maha Navami Puja Durga Maha Ashtami Puja
  • 25 October 2020 (Sunday) Day 9 – Navami Maa Siddhidatri Navratri Parana, Vijay Dashami
  • 26 October 2020 (Monday) Day 10 – Durga immersion, Dashami

Navratri Colors 2020 | नवरात्री के नौ रंगो

People specially girl strictly follow the Navratri color. Wear the Navratri fusion outfit according to the popular traditional color style.

We all love the Navratri 9 colours….Don’t you?

This year too we have a nine colours of Navratri 2020 list to follow.

Navratri Colors 2020 नवरात्री के नौ रंगो - officialdiwali.com
Navratri Colors 2020 नवरात्री के नौ रंगो – officialdiwali.com

Navratri Day 1 – October 17, (Saturday)
Navratri color of the day – Grey – Symbolizes a powerful, cool, and calm mind.

Navratri Day 2 – October 18, (Sunday)
Navratri color of the day – Orange – Is the color for creativity, enthusiasm, and courage.

Navratri Day 3 – October 19, (Monday)
Navratri color of the day – White – The color of peace and purity, is a versatile color and is also symbolic of transformation and change.

Navratri Day 4 – October 20, (Tuesday)
Navratri color of the day – Red – Is the colour of vigour.

Navratri Day 5 – October 21, (Wednesday)
Navratri color of the day – Royal Blue – Is the colour of nobility. The colour of calm and superiority.

Navratri Day 6 – October 22, (Thursday)
Navratri color of the day – Yellow – The colour of sun signifies energy and happiness

Navratri Day 7 – October 23, (Friday)
Navratri color of the day – Green –  Is the colour of earth and represents fertility, vegetation and harmony

Navratri Day 8 – October 24, (Saturday)
Navratri color of the day – Peacock Green

Navratri Day 9 – October 25, (Sunday)
Navratri color of the day – Purple – The ninth incarnation of Devi is Siddhidatri. Hence, the color purple represents ambition and power.

Navratri festival demands you to be colourful. Due to CoVid I dont thing there would be that much of cham as of pervious year.

So don’t ruin your festive spirit – celebrate it online with your friends and relative with colorfulness in your life.

Do and don’ts in Navratri?

What we should not do during Navratri?

  1. Eating Garlic and Onions.
  2. Not shave and cut hair.
  3. Not eat non-vegetarian foods.
  4. Not consume alcohol.
  5. Consuming alcohol during any holy ceremony or festival must be completely avoided.
  6. Not telling Lies – Goddess Durga doesn’t like lies (which is why you must not avoid doing the same during Navratri)
  7. Not doing all this thing during Navratri Maa Durga will Fulfill your life with wealth and prosperity and removes all sorrows of your life. Goddess Durga showers her blessings on you and your Family.

Things to follow during Navratri:-

  • Take a bath every day and make yourself neat and clean
  • Maintain an Alkaline diet(fruits, nuts, milk, and some flours)
  • Make sure you lit the lamp in the morning from the first day and this needs to be done till the last day.
  • Bhajans from Durga Chalisa need to be read and devoted to Goddess Durga
  • You need to keep your home clean since Goddess Durga is believed to visit people’s houses in her various forms during the Navratri festival.
  • Keep in mind make your body Stay hydrated
  • Avoid sugar – As its, a festive season sweet made with refined or processed sugar which are definitely unhealthy (Avoid packaged food)

Goddess Durga has 9 forms, during Navratri all nine forms is worshipped in different areas.

9 forms of Goddess Durga worship

  1. Shailputri
  2. Brahmacharini
  3. Chandraghanta
  4. Kushmanda
  5. Skandamata
  6. Katyayani
  7. Kalratri
  8. Mahagauri
  9. Siddhadatri

All these are considered to be nine forms of Mother Durga. Ghatasthapana takes place on the first day. Shailputri is worshiped as the first goddess. In this festival lasting 9 days, the special importance of fasting and worship has been told.

FAQ Navratri 2020

Why is Navratri celebrated 2020?

NAVARATRI is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated in India. When we split “Navaratri” means nine(Nava) nights(Ratri). In India, Navratri celebrates the victory of Maa Durga over demon Mahishasura, the buffalo-headed demon. She fought for nine days and nine nights.

Can we wash hair during Navratri?

In Navratri, Devotees who are observing fast should avoid getting a haircut or do a shave during Navratri. And make sure you don’t cut your nails during these 9 days.

What is the difference between Chaitra Navratri and Sharad Navratri?

In India, Chaitra Navratri is celebrated during the Shukla Paksha of the Chaitra month. India observes the New Year as Ugadi, Vishu, Gudi Padwa, or Navreh. Chaitra Navaratri is celebrated mainly in the northern parts of India. The changing of the seasons from spring to summer is also a reason why Chaitra Navratri is observed.

Sharad Navaratri is also known as Maha Navaratri celebrated in the month of Ashwin. Sharad signifies the beginning of winters, and that is the reason it comes in the months of September-October.

What is the 10th day after Navratri called?

Dussehra

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