Navratri is surely a festival of glory, happiness and blissfulness.
It is this festival which is celebrated by many Indians. Virtually every Hindu community in the world celebrates Navratri.
It is one of the desired time. People desperately wait for these nine nights or Navratri so that they can seek blessings of their goddess. They welcome the Goddess or their Mata Rani, who come to bless all her devotees or children.
The Goddess is an embodiment of courage, fearlessness and immense power. The major story associated with Navratri is the battle between the great Goddess Durga and the demon Mahishasura, who represents Egotism.
During Navratri, people from villages and cities gather to perform ‘puja’ on small shrines representing different aspects of Goddess Durga, including Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. Chanting of mantras and renditions of bhajans and folk songs usually accompany the puja rituals for nine consecutive days of Navratri.
Navratri in India witnesses myriad forms of devotion across the country while retaining the common underlying theme of good over evil.
Anything which diabolical in nature, anything which is filled with egotism has to meet an end. It is always the truth which wins, however delayed it might be.
The Goddess Durga defeated mahishasura and brought victory of good over evil.
In these happy days, people are all enthralled as this is the time when they celebrate and welcome the Goddess with joy and gaiety.
They decorate their houses, clean their temples and also keep fasts. They also sing in praise of their Goddess and even perform garba as an expression of their love, happiness.
Goddess Durga is worshipped for the first three days of Navratri followed by Goddess Laxmi for the next three days. Last three days of Navratri are devoted to Goddess Saraswati. Celebrate Navratri with sacred devotion to get the blessings of Maa Durga. Sharad Navratri 2017 is starting from September 21 and will continue till September 29.
Exchanging messages is a perfect way to express the love and good wishes. You can send happy navratri shayari to your loved ones or also share on social media channels.
Facebook being the e most popular.
Some of the happy navratri shayari quotes which can be exchanged are:
Lakshmi Ka Hath Ho,
Saraswati Ka Sath Ho,
Ganesh Ka Niwas Ho,
Aur Maa Durga Ke Ashirwad Se
Aapke Jeevan Mai Prakash Hi Prakash Ho.
Happy Durga Puja
Navratri Shayari in Gujarati/Marathi
Today is first NAVRATRA.
May GOD DURGA give prosperous to you and to your
family. May her blessings be always with you.
“JAI MATA DI”
Maa Bharti Jholi Khali!
Maa Ambe Vaishno Wali!
Maa Sankat Harne Wali!
Maa Vipda Mitane Wali!
Maa Ke Sabhi Bhakto Ko Navratra Ki Shubh Kamnae !!
Khushian ho overflow, masti kabhi na ho low,
apno ka surur chaya rahe, Dil me bhari maya rahe,
shohrat ki ho bauchhar,
aisa aaye aapke liye dandia ka tyohar!
May this navratri be prosperous and happy for you. May you all be blessed and follow the path of righteousness.
Happy navratri to all my readers.