Tag Archives: Navratri 2019

Navratri 2019: Things to avoid during Navratri

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> Navratri, the nine nights festival is celebrated throughout India with utmost joy and fervour. During the festival people do fast, pray to the nine incarnations of Mother Durga, and follow rituals and traditions attached with the festival. Although, most of the people who worship goddess Durga and pray to the deities daily are aware of… Read More »

Navratri 2019: Top 12 Bollywood Songs to rock the dance floor this festive season

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> Navratri 2019 has begun and it is one of the most awaited festivals of the year in India. The festival is filled with color, jewelry, vibrant clothes, unique hairstyles and of course delicious food and apart from worshipping Goddess Durga and keeping fasts, the other highlight of Navratri is playing Garba and Dandiya. These traditional… Read More »

Navratri 2019: 10 Navaratri Special Foods You Can Enjoy While Fasting

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> Navratri Special Foods 2019: Navratri 2019 is just around the corner and it is one of the most awaited festivals of the year in India. Navratri’ means ‘nine nights.’ ‘Nava’ means ‘nine,’ and ‘Ratri’ means ‘night.’ This festival is celebrated every year in the autumn called Sharada Navaratri. This festival falls in the lunar month… Read More »

Navratri 2019: Nine days Nine Colours

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> Navratri will begin on 29th September 2019. The occasion is for nine days. Worshipers wish the nine different goddesses for the nine days, wear nine colours based on the days and do fasting and feasting. The most significant aspect of the festival is the dandiya and garba that only makes the festive moment rejoicing and… Read More »

Navratri 2019: Kolkata will witness gold statue of Goddess Durga

class=”entry-content clearfix single-post-content”> The excitement of the Navratri has started. Worshipers of Mother Durga are all set for the preparations of the festival. In 2019 the festival of nine nights will begin on 29th September, Sunday and end on 7th October. The occasion is enjoyed in many states of India with fervor. Kolkata is famous for celebrating Durga… Read More »