Navratri Is The Hindu Festive Season of Love & Devotion

Navratri Festival is one of the major festivals celebrated in India and other Hindu country like Nepal. This festival is celebrated in every corner of India and countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan. It is also celebrated for different reasons throughout the Indian cultural sphere and celebrated in India’s other parts.

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Generally, Navratri is a nine-day festival that covers nine days in India. It is celebrated for different reasons in different parts of India. The traditional reason for Navratri is to celebrate for worshiping the Goddess’s different form as women power.

The Importance Of Navratri

Navratri Festival is one of the biggest festivals in India. It is celebrated on the ninth day of the rains. Navratri is a traditional Hindu festival that spans nine days and is celebrated in the fall.

It is celebrated for different reasons and also celebrated differently in other parts of the Indian cultural arena. Theoretically, there are four major phases in Navratri.

Navratri is considered to be the first day of spring. This period is the beginning of the harvest season. This includes grains, dates, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and other seasonal products.

Traditionally, Navratri is when Lord Shiva and Goddess Lakshmi bestow prosperity on earth by granting them the seven desires of food, wealth, power, fame, love, and health.

Happy Navratri Cards
Happy Navratri Card

On this day, the harvest is entirely harvested. This includes all sorts of fruits, dates, vegetables, grains, nuts, and other seasonal products. The importance of the second day cannot be underestimated.

Traditionally, this is also the day of exchange gifts between friends and relatives who wish to show their thanks and appreciation. During this part, a new name is taken for the items exchanged.

Some may prefer a specific color of cloth to exchange it with someone else. There are several important gods and goddesses associated with Navratri.

The third day of Navratri is the festival of the exchange of gifts. It is important to note that the importance of the food exchanged does not stop at this festival.

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All these items have a spiritual value. They are traded as a gift to Lakshmi to show her that you care about her and wish to bless her with good fortune. The gifts are also exchanged between friends and relatives to show that they care for each other.

Goddess Durga Mata Face
Durga Mata

It is essential to mention the importance of the family in life and how meaningful your relationship is with your parents, siblings, cousins, brothers, and sisters, etc. To achieve success in your profession, it is important to mention your plans to your family members.

Navratri is considered when the rains stop falling, and the plants begin to sprout. Many offerings, both small and large, are distributed to the various gods and goddesses on this day.

These offerings are made to appease the earth and its deities to protect them from nature’s evil forces. There are also prayers being made to the spirits of Lord Rama and Goddess Durga to ensure that you and your family’s prosperity stay strong.

The best way to get rid of evil energy is by worshiping the Goddess Durga. On this day, the only items you can exchange for good luck are things that bring you good luck.

Navratri Gift Exchange Tradition

The traditional gift exchange during Navratri can be seen in many places, such as in the markets and the local people’s homes. The most common gift exchanged during Navratri is rice and wheat. The best gift exchanged in Navratri is the golden thread made from pure silk.

The custom of exchanging gifts in Navratri is also celebrated in temples and other worship places throughout India. During Navratri, it is also common for the priest to give the bride and groom gifts as a sign of their union.

Some many rituals and customs are associated with the Navratri festival in India. For example, the bridegroom of the day gets his hair braided, and his clothes are decorated. This day is also considered auspicious by many Hindus.

After the couple has married, they walk down the aisle together on a golden thread symbol of their union. The couple then walks towards the river Ganges to join their parents.

As per the tradition, the groom then carries the mongoose with him for the rest of his life to protect his wife from evil spirits.

The Navratri festival also marks the end of the harvest season in India. The farmers harvest the crops in the field for three full months in a year, and these crops are then sold as a large sum of money at the Navratri festival. On the auspicious day of Navratri.

The Navratri festival also marks the beginning of the process of the new face of a relationship. The two families tie the golden thread around the bridegroom’s waist so that he can take her to the lord. The bridegroom and the bride are then welcomed into the lord’s holy house, and they take part in the rituals for the new beginning of life.

Navratri Is The Festive Season of Love & Devotion

Navratri is an important Hindu festival that is celebrated from October to November and lasts nine days. It has a special significance for Hindus and is also celebrated in many other countries worldwide.

Navratri festival is believed to be a festival of love and devotion, and it is supposed to bring prosperity to the individual and society.

Navratri is a Hindu ritual that lasts nine nights and is celebrated in autumn. It is celebrated for different reasons and traditionally is celebrated in other parts of the Indian social sphere.

Some people celebrate this festival as a sign of their love for their family members, friends, and relatives, but it is a festival of passion and dedication to the family in a more profound sense.

In some regions, Navratri is seen as a festival of love for the soul, and it is not only a festival of love but also the day when people return to their roots of birth.

In ancient times, Navratri was seen as the festival of “returning back” as the sun was going down, and the spirits returned home. This festival was also seen as a time of “return” to the source of life, which in many ways can be compared to the Christian “giving up of the world.”

Navratri is also seen as a festival of giving, and it is seen that women are the most prominent ones who give gifts and offerings during the festival.

Many myths about what causes the Navratri festival, such as a woman who lost a child in childbirth or a girl who was raped and was left with a curse. However, in most traditional Indian cultures, Navratri festivals are seen as a time of giving and devotion to family and friends.

The festival of Navratri is marked by people’s offerings of sweets and grains. The sweets are thought to help the souls return to the divine world, while the grains are believed to bless the family.

The harvest season in India is celebrated as a festival, and people bring in an abundance of various grains to offer to the lord on the day when the festival is scheduled.

In most Indian villages, it is said that the Navratri Festival started in early times. The festival is celebrated with parades and celebrations and various types of dances and music.

Navratri is the day when one’s entire family is together, and the house-tellers take turns to make lighted torches and lamps. All these acts to enhance the joy and cheer of the whole festival.

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I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a writer of 12 Nepali literature books, film director of Maithili film & Nepali short movies, photographer, founder of the media house, designer of some websites and writer & editor of some blogs, has expert knowledge & experiences of Nepalese society, culture, tourist places, travels, business, literature, movies, festivals, celebrations.

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