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Navratri begins prosperity

Navratri commences today and to welcome prosperity follow these quick tips

The nine day auspicious festival of Navratri celebrated in the honor of the many forms of Goddess Durga, is one of the most vibrant festivals celebrated in different ways in different parts of the nation. While most people observe fasts to pay respect to the three forms of the Goddess-Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati, here is

Navratri 2017 Day 8

Navratri 2017 Day 8: Significance of Ashtami in Navratri

Navratri 2017 Day 8: Navratri is one of the most celebrated of all Hindu festivals. “Nav” means nine and “ratri” means night, thus Navratri festival means a festival spread over nine nights. Devotees maintain a strict fast and worship goddess Durga on this occasion, to mark the victory of the goddess over demon god Mahishasura.According

Navratri 2017 Day 7

Navratri 2017 Day 7: Worship Maa Kalaratri, the Seventh Form of Goddess Durga

Navratri 2017 Day 7: Kalratri is the seventh form amongst the Navadurga, the nine forms of Hindu Mother Goddess referenced in Durga Saptashati. 7th day of Navratri is an important day when devotees worship the Goddess as Kalratri. She is also known as Kaali Maa, because of her dark complexion. The annual ten-day festival of

DU professor stokes controversy, calls godess Durga a "prostitute"

DU professor stokes controversy, calls godess Durga a “prostitute”

Delhi University Assistant Professor Kedar Mandal has given objectionable statement on Goddess Durga by calling her ‘Sexy prostitute’. A case has been registered under Section 153A and 295A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). He is an Assistant Professor in Dyal Singh College. The professor is receiving strong criticism over his Facebook post on Goddess

Navratri 2017

Navratri 2017: Festival of nine nights begins

Navratri 2017: Navratri is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian subcontinent. Theoretically, there are four seasonal Navratri. The festival is celebrated in the bright half of the Hindu calendar month Ashvin, which typically falls in the Gregorian months of September and October.The festival is about celebrating the manifestation of Goddess Durga