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  1. 8 Best Navratri Dress Designs To Embrace This Season

    The auspicious festival of Navratri is just around the corner. Most of you must be hunting for traditional Navratri outfits that could be worn to celebrate the special occasion! The biggest thing for all of us is to find the best Navratri dress for our beloved Mata Rani and ourselves too.

    There is an array of stylish, most versatile Mata Rani dress designs that will make your idol of Goddess look mesmerizing and glittering. If you are looking for Navratri special clothes that are not just comfortable but fashionable too the following recommendations can be your best bet while choosing latest Navratri dresses.

    1. A beautiful blue raw silk lehenga will surely stand out and quite in sync with the latest trends of 2020. Embedded with kundan and embroidered stylishly, the graceful lehenga is sure a great pick for Navratri.
    2. A pretty contrast of green and b
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  2. Wardrobe ideas for Navratri-2020

    Navratri is the festival of colors, lights and happiness. This auspicious occasion is celebrated for nine-night to worship Goddess Durga. This is the biggest festival in India just like Diwali and is the most awaited one. People of all age groups participate in this festival in some or the other form and get dressed traditionally to worship the Goddess for nine days. Dressing up traditionally is something indispensible when we talk about Navratri.

    So here are some of the best combinations of outfit ideas for Navratri.  As we all know that Navratri is majorly celebrated in Gujarat, Ghagra choli is one popular outfit worn by the ladies as Navratri traditional dress.  There is an array of traditional Navratri outfits. 

    As we all know that the festival of Navratri is just around the corner, there are a lot of options available to be worn and adorn on Goddess Durga.

    Some beautiful wardrobe ideas with blended hues and traditional designs

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  3. 5 Features Of An Ideal Kanha Ji Dress

    Shri Krishna is close to the heart of his devotees, adorning kanha ji with beautiful dresses is one way to show love and warmth towards the lord. Be it Shri Krishna or his childhood avatar, the lord is known for his piercing features and beauty. Kanha ji loved to dress in different and vibrant colors as he is always remembered wearing mesmerizing accessories like earrings, mala, mukut, bansuri and more. Out of all the hue, yellow is a constant color for Shri Krishna because in the holy book of Bhagwat Gita, the lord is described wearing a yellow pitamber. Also, yellow is an illuminating color that signifies energy and positivity.

    TRADITIONAL ARTWORK

    Famous artisans from the holy city of Gokul, Mathura and Vrindavan weave ethnic and aesthetic kanha ji dresses and clothes for bal gopal to ensure beauty in every thread of the dress.

    PREMIUM QUALITY AND FABRIC

    Be it woolen for winters or satin for summers, the fabric shou

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  4. Kanha Ji Accessories -The Importance Of Shringar In Hinduism

    Hindu gods are often decked up with ornaments and grand poshak, however it is not the decoration that make them beautiful but the Gods and Goddesses are embellished with ornaments to let the ornaments derive their purpose from them. The purpose of shringar is to amplify the beauty of the lord who wears them. The purpose is reversed as the lord makes them even more gracious and impart them efficacy.

    Shringar is not just about ornaments or grand accessories, it has great significance attached to it, each Hindu God and Goddess has various characteristics, like the dress they adorn, their accessories, vehicles and weapons, that are the symbols of the deity’s power. Goddess Durga holds several weapons as a symbol of power, Lord Vishnu holds a conch which stands for the five significant elements and eternity, shiva’s trident represents th

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  5. Significant Rituals Of Navratri That You Must Perform

    The auspicious Hindu festival of Navratri celebrates the nine forms of Maa Durga. All the family members show their involvement during these days of Navratri to seek blessings of the Goddesses. The festival is celebrated in various regions of the nation, people of different cultures perform similar rituals to revere the Nine forms of Goddess Durga.

    Here are some important rituals or rules of celebrating the festival that you must practice:

    1. Shringar for Goddess Durga

    Each day of Navratri is dedicated to a particular form of Goddess Durga. The idol of the Goddess is decorated in the home temples of almost every Hindu household and is embellished with beautiful shringar including a poshak, accessories, dupatta preferably red in color and flowers are decorated all around. Performing shringar for the Goddess is of great importance in the Hindu culture.

    1. Sowing of “Jowar” or “Barley”
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  6. नवरात्रि के महत्वपूर्ण अनुष्ठान जो आपको अवश्य करने चाहिए

    नवरात्रि का शुभ हिंदू त्योहार मां दुर्गा के नौ रूपों का उत्सव मनाता है। सभी परिवार के सदस्य देवी-देवताओं का आशीर्वाद लेने के लिए नवरात्रि के इन दिनों के दौरान अपनी भागीदारी दिखाते हैं। यह त्योहार राष्ट्र के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों में मनाया जाता है, विभिन्न संस्कृतियों के लोग देवी दुर्गा के नौ रूपों का सम्मान करने के लिए इसी तरह के अनुष्ठान करते हैं।


    यहाँ त्योहार मनाने के कुछ महत्वपूर्ण अनुष्ठान या नियम हैं जिनका आपको अभ्यास करना चाहिए:


    1. देवी दुर्गा के लिए श्रृंगार


    नवरात्रि का प्रत्येक दिन देवी दुर्गा के एक विशेष रूप को समर्पित है। देवी की मूर्ति को लगभग हर हिंदू घर के मंदिरों में सजाया जाता है और सुंदर शृंगार से सजाया जाता है, जिसमें पॉश, सामान, दुपट्टे को अधिमानतः लाल रंग में और फूलों को चारों ओर सजाया जाता है। देवी के लिए श्रृंगार करने का हिंदू संस्कृति में बहुत महत्व है।


    2. "ज्वार" या "जौ" की बुवाई


    शृंगार करने के बाद नवरात्रि के पहले दिन, कुछ जौ या "ज्वार" के बीज एक मिट्टी

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  7. Navratri 2020: The Nine Forms Of Goddess Durga

    Navdurga which literally means nine forms of Goddess Durga, include according to the Hindu mythology, the manifestation of Goddess Durga, the mother goddess, in nine different forms. These Nine forms of Maa Durga are worshipped during the Navratri (nine divine nights) festival, which occurs twice a year. Each form of Maa Durga is known by a specific name and has a different significance.

    The importance of all the nine forms of Maa Durga is briefly explained in the Durga Kawach which is chanted by the devotees of Goddess Durga and which protects them from all evils and ill-health.

    The Nine divine days of Navratri are dedicated to the Navdurga (Nine forms of Goddess Durga), each day for each of the Nine Goddesses.

    Read more about the nine forms.

    1- Shailputri: The first name by which the Goddess Durga is known as is Shailapurti. She rides a bull called Nand

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  8. नवरात्रि 2020: देवी दुर्गा के नौ रूप

    नवदुर्गा जिसका शाब्दिक अर्थ है देवी दुर्गा के नौ रूप, इसमें हिंदू पौराणिक कथाओं के अनुसार, देवी दुर्गा के प्रकट रूप, देवी मां, नौ अलग-अलग रूपों में शामिल हैं। माँ दुर्गा के इन नौ रूपों की पूजा नवरात्रि (नौ दिव्य रातों) त्योहार के दौरान की जाती है, जो कि वर्ष में दो बार होती है। माँ दुर्गा के प्रत्येक रूप को एक विशिष्ट नाम से जाना जाता है और इसका एक अलग महत्व है। माँ दुर्गा के सभी नौ रूपों का महत्व दुर्गा कवच में बताया गया है, जो देवी दुर्गा के भक्तों द्वारा जप किया जाता है और जो उन्हें सभी बुराइयों और बुरे स्वास्थ्य से बचाता है।
    नवरात्रि के नौ दिव्य दिन नवदुर्गा (देवी दुर्गा के नौ रूप) के लिए समर्पित हैं, प्रत्येक नौ देवी देवताओं के लिए प्रत्येक दिन।

    नौ रूपों के बारे में और पढ़ें।

    1. शैलपुत्री: पहला नाम जिससे देवी दुर्गा को शैलपुत्री के नाम से जाना जाता है। वह नंदी नामक बैल की सवारी करती है, जिसके एक हाथ में त्रिशूल और दूसरे हाथ में कमल होता है। शैला का अर्थ पर्वत या शिखर होता है और शैलपुत्री का देवी पार्वती के रूप में पुनर्जन्म ह

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  9. Happy Radha Ashtami To All

    The auspicious festival of Radha Ashtami is celebrated today on the 26th of August this year. This Hindu festival commemorates the birth anniversary of Goddess Radhika also known as Shriradha. It is observed on the “Shukla Ashtami “of the Bhadrapada month. Radha is krishna’s beloved, the epitome of love and is equally venerated by the Krishna devotees in fact it is believed that Shri Krishna can be pleased by venerating Radha. It is so because Krishna resides in the heart of Radha.

    Devotees worship Shri Radha Rani with utmost devotion on this auspicious day. This day also honors the pure bond of love between Radha Krishna, who are inseparables and one. Special puja or prayer is conducted in Shri Krishna’s temples all across India to celebrate the occasion of Radha Ashtami. The celebrations are galore in the holy town of Mathura, Vrindavan and Barsana. Shri Radhika was born in Barsana and is also known as Barsane waali Radha.

    Radha Ashtami is a joyous occas

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  10. What Is Special About Navratri 2020?

    The literal meaning of “Navratri” is ”nine nights”. The union of two words ‘Nava’ and ‘Ratri’ together refers to Nine Nights. Navratri in India is considered as a big religious festivity for nine auspicious days. The celebration goes on for nine days with fasting, meditating, chanting prayers, performing different rituals and customs to please the goddess Durga and her forms.

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    Goddess Durga and her various forms are together known as Navdurga which are an epitome of power and are worshipped during the nine days in every Hindu household. Navdurga is the most powerful of all who were together able to conquer the most dangerous demon and defeated him

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