Sharad Navratri 2020: Sharadiya Navratri celebrated in the country, devotees arrived in various temples of Mother Goddess on the first day, see the picturesque pictures and videos

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Sharad Navratri 2020: Sharadiya Navratri celebrated in the country, devotees arrived in various temples of Mother Goddess on the first day, see the picturesque pictures and videosSharadiya Navratri 2020 (Phto Credits: ANI)

Sharad Navratri 2020: Sharad Navratri, which is one of the important festivals celebrated in Hinduism, has started and the festival has been celebrated all over the country. 9 forms of Maa Durga are worshiped during the Navratri Festival beginning on October 17 and ending on October 25. In Indian culture, Goddess is considered as a source of energy and worshiping Goddess Durga in Navratri awakens the energy within the person. The festival of Navratri is celebrated as a symbol of the victory of truth over untruth and the victory of religion over unrighteousness. Though this festival is celebrated with great pomp every year, but this year due to Coronavirus Pandemic, its beauty has faded like other festivals, but there is no lack in the enthusiasm and enthusiasm of the devotees.

Due to the unlock process, most of the temples in the country have been opened to devotees and the exercise to open the remaining temples is going on. On the first day of Navratri, crowds of devotees have started gathering in various temples of Mata Rani since morning. Devotees are reaching the mother’s court to attend and see her. On the first day of Navratri, beautiful pictures and videos have come out from various Devi temples of the country.

Kali Bari Temple, Shimla

Durga Mata Temple, Punjab

Kali Temple, Gorakhpur

Mata Vaishno Devi, Katra

Devi Patan Temple, Balrampur

Vaibhav Lakshmi and Durga Temple, Kanpur

Mumba Devi Temple, Mumbai

Jhandewala Temple, New Delhi

Kalka Ji Temple, New Delhi

Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati

Significantly, during Navratri, the whole atmosphere becomes devotional with the chants of Mother Durga. Many people invoke the Goddess in Navratri by performing Kalash Sthapana with complete rituals and burning Akhand Jyot. Then, after fasting for nine whole days, we worship the nine forms of Mother Durga. The festival of Navratri dedicated to Navadurga is a symbol of mental, physical and spiritual strength, hence people have been celebrating this festival for centuries.

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