Navratri Puja Vidhi -Step By Step Procedure of Navratri Pooja- Karsoo

Bhavana Sharma, 09/10/2018
Navratri Puja Vidhi -Step By Step Procedure of Navratri Pooja- Karsoo

Navratri is among the most essential Hindu celebrations. This propitious celebration is praised with incredible energy and dedication all through the nation. The strict importance of 'Navratri' is 'nine promising evenings'. Navratri is a devout celebration celebrated in the respect of nine unique types of the Goddess Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati for nine persistent days. The Goddess of Power is loved amid nowadays with a specific end goal to look for her favors and security from any obscure dread and conceivable risk. The lovers request peace and flourishing from the Goddess. The Goddess of intensity has the matchless quality over the creation, safeguarding and devastation of the universe. 

Navratri is being praised in our nation holding fast to every one of the traditions and ceremonies. It is of most extreme significance to know the correct strategy for playing out the Navratri Pooja. Here, is the full Navratri Pooja Vidhi.

 Required Item For The Navratri Pooja:

You will require incense sticks, a 'profound' and a matchstick. You will likewise require some new blossoms like rose, jasmine or red hibiscus. You may offer new products of the soil, for example, 'laddoo', or 'peda' for prasad. Take a tangle, to sit. On the off chance that conceivable, each individual from the house ought to sit together. 

Navratri Pooja Vidhi: 

For playing out the Navratri Pooja, you have to wake up at a young hour early in the day. Get up sharp at the dawn. This time is viewed as best to play out the Navratri Pooja. Scrub down and wear washed garments. Keep 'profound' at the left half of the god. Endeavor to light the 'Akhand Jyot'. Remember that you ought not go out empty in the event that you are lighting the 'Akhand Jyot'. Somebody must remain back at home. On the correct hand side of the icon, keep incense sticks and so on. Keep yourself arranged to do the Puja with full commitment and focus. Keep the kalash and coconut too. Lay the tangle and sit in an upright position before the divinity. Light the 'profound'. Ring the ringer or blow the 'Shankh'. 

 'Kalash Sthapna': 

Place the kalash close to the icon or photo of the god and fill it with unadulterated water. Place mango leaves on the mouth of the kalash. Place a coconut inside the kalash. Tie moli around the neck of the kalash. 

Sprinkle 'Gangajal' everywhere throughout the Puja room. Presently, offer sandalwood powder and some new grass to the Goddess. At that point, offer the sari or dupatta to the Goddess. Place some crisp blossoms before the Goddess. Next, offer 'paan' with a clove set on it. On the off chance that you are hitched, at that point offer two such paans. Light 'agarbatti' or incense sticks. Perform 'havan' utilizing this mantra-"Om aing hreeng kleeng chamundaya vichche namah". Give aahuti for 11 times. Overlay your hands and ask. Finally, offer prasad and do aarti of Goddess Durga. Sing the "Kshama Prarthana" of the thirteenth section of holy Durga Saptshati and close the Puja. Supplicate with entire heart. 

Festivity of 'Mahanavami' in India: 

The ninth day of Navratri, prominently known as 'Mahanavami' is the last day of Navratri festivities. The festival of 'Mahanavami' fluctuates from state to state in India. 

Individuals of various states observe Mahanavami in their own particular manner. Individuals from Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Punjab do 'Kanya Puja' on the most recent day. On the finishing up day, nine young ladies are welcomed in the house and devoured with heavenly nourishment. These nine young ladies are treated as the nine types of the Goddess. They are invited by washing their feet and putting tilak on their brow. 

The general population of Kerala observe Saraswati Pooja on 'Ashtami', the eighth day or the day preceding Mahanavami. The finishing up day is treated as the resting day. Individuals don't start with any new work and even kids don't ponder this day. 

Navratri festivities end on 'Ashtami' rather than Mahanavami in a few sections of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Kashmir and Maharashtra. 

The general population of West Bengal observe Durga Pooja with awesome excitement and dedication. Colossal 'Pandal' (tent) is set up and an enormous symbol of Goddess Durga is introduced in the 'Pandal' and venerated. On Mahanavami, the symbol of Goddess Durga is said farewell and drenched in the ocean or stream or any streaming wellspring of water. 

The celebration of Navratri is isolated into the arrangements of three days. These sets are planned to adore the distinctive types of the Goddess. On the initial three days, Goddess Durga is venerated and revered. She is known to be the ace of intensity and dispenses with all the wickedness and dread from the psyche and life of the fans. The following three days are given to the Goddess of riches Lakshmi. She showers the gifts of ceaseless riches upon her fans. The last arrangement of three days is given for adoring the Goddess of shrewdness Saraswati. She is in charge of otherworldly illumination and accomplishment throughout everyday life. 

The Goddesses are loved under nine distinct names and in nine unique characters amid the nine prosperous days. The principal type of Goddess Durga is 'Shailputri' which means the 'Goddess of Himalayas' is loved on the primary day. The second type of Goddess Durga is 'Brahmacharini', venerated on the second day. Her name is gotten from the word 'Brahma'. On the third day, the Goddess is loved as 'Chandraghanta'. She symbolizes excellence and grit. 

The Goddess 'Kushmanda' is adored on the fourth day. She is accepted to be the maker of the universe. On the fifth day, 'Skanda Mata' is adored. She is the mother of the central warrior of the God's Army, Skand. The 6th day is given for the Goddess 'Katyayani', who has three eyes and four hands. 

The Goddess 'Kalratri' is revered on the seventh day of Navratri. She is as dark as the night and takes away every one of the feelings of trepidation from the aficionados. The Goddess 'Maha Gauri' is revered on the eighth day of Navratri. She is the exemplification of magnificence and as white as the snow. She speaks to smoothness and intelligence. The ninth day, otherwise called 'Mahanavami', is the finishing up day of Navratri. Goddess 'Siddhidatri' is loved on the most recent day of Navratri. 

Navratri is a celebration of assumptions, positive considerations, peace and success. Consistently it is invited with awesome regard and love. Individuals shun wrong deeds and enjoy unadulterated commitment. Wish you a Happy Navratri!

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