|| Navarathri Pooja orders will be received daily from 13th Oct to 21st Oct. Orders will be closed by 05.00 PM (IST) daily for the next day Pooja. However, Pooja will also be performed on 21st Oct in all the 9 temples for the customers who have placed orders after the specific Navarathri day.
Navarathri or the nine nights sacred to the Mother Goddess are celebrated in
the month of October.
It commemorates the victory of Goddess Durga over a demon, Mahishasur. Endowed with power, by the blessing of Lord Shiva the
demon started destroying innocent people. The gods invoked Goddess Durga and asked for her help. The goddess, astride a lion
fought with the demon and cut off his head.
It is an occasion for vibrant festivities throughout the country. During Navarathri, devotees of Durga fast and pray for
health and prosperity. Different manifestations of Durga or shakti are worshipped every night. Devotees and young enthusiasts
dance the Garba or Dandiya-Raas throughout the night, in keeping with the exuberant nature of this festival.
In Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka dolls called Bommai kolu are placed and decorated. Goddesses Lakshmi, Durga and
Saraswathi are worshipped for three days. Gifts of coconuts, clothes and sweets are exchanged. Scenes culled from various
stories in the epics and puranas are displayed. The Navarathri festival celebrations at Ahmedabad and Baroda are famous
throughout Gujarat. Here the evenings and nights are occasions for the fascinating Garba dance. The women dance around an
earthen lamp while singing devotional songs accompanied by rhythmic clapping of the hands. In Punjab, Navarathri is a period