Navratri wishesNavaratri is one of the most well-known festivals of India and is celebrated with immense dynamism and eagerness. Not many know that Navratri is pragmatic throughout four dissimilar periods of the year, specifically the ‘Vasanta Navratri’, ‘Ashad Navratri’, ‘Sharad Navratri’ as well as ‘Pausha Navratri’. Whereas the ‘Vasanta Navratri’ is celebrated throughout the months of March-April, with the counterbalance of the spring season, the ‘Ashadha Navratri’ is celebrated all through the month of June-July. This period of June-July is known as ‘Ashadha’ according to Hindu calendar and is of immense cultural worth.
The ‘Sharad Navratri’ which falls during the month of September-October is the one observed with huge ceremony and show across the country, and the festival of ‘Durga Puja’ is also celebrated all through this time. The ‘Pausha’ festivities are carried out during the month of December. The festival is celebrated with mammoth enthusiasm and dedication for a period of nine days across the country. Spaced out from worshipping the goddess, shopping for clothes and organizing mouth-watering savories is an evenly significant part of the festivities. One easy yet the sweet way of making a loved one feel truly significant throughout this special occasion is by sending a heart-warming Happy Navratri wishes 2017 to multiply the joy.
Navratri is not just regarding playing Dandiya and Garba Raas but it’s also about the excitement of wearing those nine bright colors which are to be worn to worship Goddess Durga. The fanfare linked with Navratri celebration has a discrete flavor. Despite the fact that very few Hindu festivals can match the level and dedication of Navratri, this nine nights festival exceptionally opens you up to new-fangled festive experiences. Whereas puja and fasting rituals mark the day, the evenings are for reveling in the dancing thrills.
Spotting the onset of summer, Chaitra Navratri is held in March/April while Sharad Navratri, which is the more admired one, is held in September/October. During this festival, Ma Shakti is called up in all of her nine forms or incarnations. She is also known as Amba, Annapurna, Drakali, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandi, Lalita, Bhavani and Mookambika.
Generally, the nine days are dedicated to worshiping Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati to look for godly elegance, acquaintance and supremacy. This nine nights festival is very holistic in the loom, as fasting for devout cleansing is well-complemented by partaking in chants, songs, and dance. It is one of the festivals celebrated crossways the length and breadth of India, though the celebrations in one part of the country are quite dissimilar than the other. With a mixture of customs and traditions, each section of India has its own exceptional way of celebrating the Navaratri by honoring the assorted forms of Mother Goddess with their own rituals and ceremonies. Despite the fact that these parts of India have their own diverse ways of celebrating the festival of Navaratri, they haven’t hesitated in taking up the traditions of others at the same time of celebrating their own.
As the festival of Navratri is all set to grasp India we line up some of the best Navratri wishes that you can deem sending to you’re loved near and dear ones as the fraction of your Navratri wishes, via a variety of platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook or the traditional messaging service on mobiles. There are many such touching Navratri messages which can be sent to friends, relatives and other members of the family to wish them all the victory and affluence throughout this religious occasion.
1st Day of Navratri 2017 – 21 September 2017
2nd Day of Navratri 2017 – 22 September 2017
3rd Day of Navratri – 23 September 2017
4th Day of Navratri – 24 September 2017
5th Day of Navratri – 25 September 2017
6th Day of Navratri -26 September 2017
7th Day of Navratri – 27 September 2017
8th Day of Navratri -28 September 2017
9th Day of Navratri – 29 September 2017