Shardiya Navratri, the Hindu community’s most auspicious festival, is a time when devotees come together to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. This nine-day festival is marked by fervent devotion and fasting as worshippers seek the blessings of Goddess Durga.
Navratri Throughout the Year
Navratri is celebrated in four different forms throughout the year: Chaitra Navratri in March or April, Magha Navratri, Ashadha Gupta Navratri, and the widely celebrated Sharad Navratri in October and November.
Dos and Don’ts for Fasting During Navratri
As Sharad Navratri 2023 commences, it’s essential to be aware of the fasting rules and tips for pregnant women, ensuring a safe and spiritually fulfilling celebration.
The Significance of Sharad Navratri
Sharad Navratri, which occurs between October and November, holds immense significance as devotees embark on a fasting journey while celebrating the nine different avatars of Goddess Durga.
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