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Navratri Puja

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Navratri is the celebration of Maa Durga – the epitome of Shakti, in her various manifestations along with their varied powers. Hence performing Navratri Puja is said to benefit in numerous ways like –

Showers happiness, wealth and prosperity on the devotees.
Fulfills wishes and desires.
Bestows knowledge and spiritual enlightenment.
Protects oneself and the household from evil and negative energies.
Alleviates distress from life’s ongoing trials.

Navratri Pooja should be done by a Pandit who is experienced and Qualified. Pandit ji chant mantra and perform rituals required to remove all the impurity/doshas. We at Apnapandit ji have Online Pandit available 24*7. Our Pandits have good knowledge on performimg Navratri Puja. We provide Online Pandit Booking for doing Navratri Puja.

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Introduction

Navratri is the celebration of Maa Durga – the epitome of Shakti, in her various manifestations along with their varied powers. Hence performing Navratri Puja is said to benefit in numerous ways like –

Showers happiness, wealth and prosperity on the devotees.

Fulfills wishes and desires.

Bestows knowledge and spiritual enlightenment.

Protects oneself and the household from evil and negative energies.

Alleviates distress from life’s ongoing trials.

 

 

Occasions to Perform Navratri Puja:

Navratri falls around four different times in a year, which is celebrated with religious fervor across different parts of India. They include

1)Magh Navratri – It is mainly observed in certain parts of Northern India and falls between January and February.

2)Vasant Navratri – It falls between March and April and is also famously known as Ram Navratri or Chaitra Navratri.

3)Ashaadi Navratri – Observed by only certain regions in Northern India in the month of June or July.

4)Shardiya Navratri – Known as Maha Navratri. Celebrated across all parts of India, especially Western regions, either in late September or early October.

Both Magh Navratri and Ashadi Navratri are also known as Gupt Navratri.