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9 Days of Bathukamma Festival

woman holding Bathukamma

woman holding Bathukamma

9 Days of Bathukamma Festival – Bathukamma festival celebrations on each day, beginning from Pethara Amavasya till the Saddula Bathukamma (Grand Finale of Bathukamma festival) are listed out here.

Bathukamma festival begins with Engili Poola Bathukamma and ends with Saddula Bathukamma on Durga Ashtami day and in few instances on Mahanavami day.

1st day – Engili Puvvula Bathukamma

It is celebrated on the Pethara Amasa (Mahalaya Amavasya – Bhadrapada Amavasya).

2nd day – Atukula Bathukamma

It falls on the first day of Ashwayuja Masam (Navaratri Kalasha Sthapana)

3rd day – Muddhapappu Bathukamma

It is observed on second day of Ashwayuja Masam (Preethi Vidiya)

4th day – Nanbiyyam Bathukamma

It falls on the third day of Navaratri festival. (Sindhura Thadiya Gauri)

5th day – Atla Bathukamma

It is celebrated on fourth day of Navratri utsavams.

6th day – Aligina Bathukamma (Alaka Bathukamma)

It falls on the fifth day of Navaratri which is also celebrated as Lalita Panchami. Bathukamma is not prepared on this and not offered any naivedyam.

7th day – Vepakayala Bathukamma

This Bathukamma falls on sixth day of Navaratri (Durga Shashti day)

8th day – Vennamuddhala Bathukamma

It falls on the seventh day of Durga Navaratri (Durga Saptami / Maha Saptami)

9th day – Saddhula Bathukamma

Grand Finale of Bathukamma festival is Saddhula Bathukamma. The Bathukammas prepared in big sizes than regular days and are immersed in water (Bathukamma Nimajjanam). It falls on Durga Ashtami day and in some instances it falls on Mahanavami day.

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  1. nice it is ever forget festival showing our indian culture

  2. krupalireddy says:

    nice bathukamma I wish you A
    happy bathukamma dassara[festival]

  3. saihema says:

    sai divya you are looking fabilous