Durga Navami is one of the major festivals of India which is celebrated with a great enthusiasm and joyous among people of country.
Durga Navami celebrated each year during time of festival of Navratra in India. Durga Navami observed on ninth day of Navratra festival. The last day of Navratra is a major day for goddess Durga. Navratra is on of the major festival of country. Navratra celebrated for nine days and Durga Navami is one of those days. It is celebrated on the last day of Navratra festival of India.
All days of Navratra celebrated with worshiping of various nine forms of goddess of Shakti or power. On ninth day it is celebrated as Durga Navami the ninth day of goddess Durga. It is ninth day of Aswin month of Hindu calendar. It is a very ritual day for people. Especially women worship the goddess Durga for their batter future. Married women worship goddess Durga for long life of their husband and girls worship the goddess for their good life partner marriage life.
During the time of Durga Navami people observe various types of religious acts. Some of the people observe a ritual fast for goddess Durga. They spent with fast all days of Navratra. They especially observe a fast for ninth day the ending day of Navratra. They also help to needy people. They fed meals to poor and hunger. They also engages themselves for further ritual acts during that time of Durga Navami.
Durga Pooja Dates 2013 :
October 4, 2013 (Friday) – Mahalaya Amavasya
Durga Navami celebrated each of the years in India during Navratra festival. This will be the time of goddess Durga to worship and prayer to her for good prosperity.