Navratri, the nine-day Hindu festival, is a celebration of Shakti (power). The festival which has a deep religious significance is celebrated five times a year – Vasanta or Chaitra Navratri, Ashadha Navratri, Sharad Navratri, Paush Navratri and Magha Navaratri. However, it’s Vasanta Navratri which falls in March-April and Sharad Navratri (during September-October) that are celebrated with much fanfare throughout the country.
Happy Navratri Quotes 2018
Ya devi sarvo bhuteshu
shakti rupen samsthita
namastasyai namo namah
Aaya hai Maa Durga ka tyohaar.
Maa aap aur aapke parivaar par sada apni kripa banaye rakhe .
Aapko Navaratri ke pawan avsar par bahut bahut badhai ho.
Jiwan ek Aaradhna hai
aur Aaradhna Shakti MAA ki
Upasna se Paripurn ho..
NAVRATRI SUBH ho..
Navratri ke absar par hardik subhkamnayen..
May Maa Durga illuminate your life
with countless blessings of happiness
and good fortune..
May this Navratri brighten up your life
With joy, wealth, and good health.
Wishing you a happy Navratri.
Maa ambe apne bhakto par apna hath rakhana
NAVARATRA ke subha din par hum sub apki sharnon me rahe aur
in nav dino tak apki seva puja or bhakti kare.
JAI MATA DI!
May your life be filled with happiness on this pious festival of Navratri.
Be joyful and happy. As Lord Durga blesses us this Navratri. The festival will sure be filled with cheer and fun. A lovely day for everyone. Happy Navratri.
May this Navratri Ma fulfill all your dreams and bring happiness in your life.
May MATA bless you on this special day of Navratri,
and may on this festive season Dhan,
Yash and Samriddhi comes to your home…
In akhon se sada Maa ko dekhun,
In kanon se Maa ko sunun,
Ye hath Maa ke charno ki dhul ko sada chue,
Sada maa ka beta bana rahu.
Maa har saal Navratra pe milne aayen
Celebrate each day of navratri with ever growing zeal and indulge yourself in pious activities and Gods shall favor you in the coming year.
Happy Navratri Quotes Images 2018
Just as the story and reason behind celebrating Navratri vary in different states, the manner of celebration is also very different. While people in the east decorate Pandals and pray to the different forms of Durga, South Indians prepare an ensemble of various gods and goddess called Golu. Playing Garba and Dandiya while worshipping Nav Durga and donning specific coloured clothes is a practice that is followed mainly in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Here is wishing everyone a Happy Navratri.