Navratri A Festival of Happiness and Joy

Happy Navratri Celebration Hindi Sms
Navratri is a festival of joy, dedicated to the Hindu deity Durga. The word Navratri stands for nine nights, Nava means nine and Ratri means nights. This is the day when nine forms of Devi are worshipped by Mata devotees in various places of India. Day after Navratri is mainly celebrated as Vijayadashami or Dussehra in different parts of the country. Navratri is a very popular festival, generally celebrated around the India and Nepal. It is the time when Goddess Durga or Mata Amba is worshipped by Mata’s devotees. During this festival, people dance together in different places with lots of fun and joy. Garba and Dandia dance are very popular traditional folk dance in Gujarat state, basically danced on nine nights of Goddess Durga. People who participate in these dance forms have to wear traditional dresses.

Navratra Hindi Mata Rani Sms
The first day of Navratri is dedicated to the Ghatasthapana Shailputri. Second day of Navratra Maa Chandra Darshan Brahmacharini is worshipped by all devotees. On the third day of Navratri is Maa Sindoor Tritiya Chandraghanta is worshipped by people. The next day on Navratri Mata Varad Vinayaka Chauth and fifth day Maa Upang Lalita Vrat Skandamata are worshipped. On the sixth day of festival Mata Saraswati Awahan Katyayani and seventh day Saraswati Puja Kalaratri Pujan are worshipped by devotees. The 8th day of Navratri is mainly celebrated as Durga Ashtami or Maha Ashtami in many regions of India. The Ninth day of Navratra refers to Ayudha Puja, Durga Visarjan, Maha Navami. 

To celebrate this special occasion Lovers Point Shayari Blog presents you some amazing Devotional Navratri Shayaris and Navratra Ki Hardik Badhai Messages in Hindi language to send your loved ones. These Navratri Shubhkamnaye Shayaris, Navratri Mata Rani Hindi SMS, Happy Navratre Blessing Quotes are the good idea to wish someone on this holy day. Happy Navratri to you and all your family members.

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