Nine days navratri
How to celebrate Nine days navratri to make Goddess Durga happy
During Navratri, worship of Goddess Durga is done. Devotees who worship, her get rid of their sins, and obstacles. In order to get the blessings of the goddess doing some remedies and solutions along with puja is advised.
In the Navaratri, the Kanya Puja starts from the date of Saptami and during this time the girls are invited and invited to the house. On the day of Durgashtami and Navami, these young girls are welcomed as the goddess of nine gods. Mother Durga is considered to be pleased with the festivity and communion of the daughters as daughters and it is believed that her devotees boast of happiness and prosperity.
Furthermore, On the Auspicious occasion of Navratri, people perform Kanya Poojan. As per our old scriptures and Shastra, the young girls from age group of 2 to 5, are considered as the personification of Goddess, hence if one can worship them, then it is said that you have worshiped Goddess herself. Additionally giving them gifts and money, helps in getting the blessings of the Goddess.
Commodities that are offered during Navratri.
Different commodities should be offered during nine days of Navratri to these girls.
First day of Navratri:
Offering fragrant and freshly picked flowers to these girls is considered as auspicious. Along with this, decorative ornament should also be offered. If you want to attain blessings of Goddess ‘Saraswati’, offer white coloured flowers to younger girls. If you want to get the blessings of Godess Lakshmi, it is better that you offer the red colour flowers to young girls.
Second day of Navratri:
Offer fruits to girls on the second day of Navratri. Offering fruits makes a person healthy as well as wealthy. It should be kept in mind that fruits should be bitter or unsweetened. They should be fresh. As the young girls are incarnation of Goddess so offering fruits will give you benefits like prosperity.
Third day of Navratri:
Delicious sweets should be offered to the girls on the third day of the Navratri. You can offer homemade ‘kheer’, ‘halwa’ or can also offer ‘kesariya chawal’. Since Bhog is always offered to God, this is why the Bhog of sweets should be offered to the incarnate of Goddess.
Forth day of Navratri:
Offer clothes to the girls on the fourth day of Navratri. Handkerchief and colourful ribbons can be offered according to capacity. Colourful ribbon s makes the young girls happy and seeing them happy will make Goddess happy, in turn she will bless you.
Fifth day of Navratri:
Offering five types of accessories are considered as auspicious. ‘Bindi’, ‘Bangles’, ‘Mehandi’, ‘Hair clips’, Fragrant soaps’, ‘Kaajal’ etc can be offered. This would help in attaining blessings and child related benefits from the Goddess. All these are the symbols of the married women and offering them to young girls will make your married life happy and make you get married early / quick.
Sixth day of Navratri:
On this day, toys should be offered to young girls. Offer toys to the girls according to your devotion. Young girls are considered as Kalyani, so they will bring good luck to worshippers.
Seventh day of Navratri:
This day is the day of receiving blessings of Goddess ‘Saraswati’. On this day, education related things and material should be offered. Pens, sketch pens, notebooks, books, drawing books, water bottles, colour boxes, pencil boxes, registers, sketch books etc can be offered to them.
Eighth day of Navratri:
On this day, girls don the attire of Maa Durga and are worshipped. Worshipping of these girls is done by washing her feet with milk. Offer saffron, rice and flowers to her feet. Offer her food and gifts according to your capacity.
Ninth day of Navratri:
Serve her Kheer on the last day of Navratri. Offer her poori made by milk and flour. Applying Alta on the feet and mehandi on her hands will complete the pooja of Goddess. Also Offer her red scarf at the end of the pooja.
The person who worships these girls during the Nine days navratri, he/she doesn’t face any troubles in life. Stay away from any irreligious deeds always and especially during Nine days navratri.
Celebrate nine days of navratri - Askganesha Astrology by Abhishek Dhawan