Magh Navratri 2021 | Magha Navaratri dates

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Tridevi Lakshmi Parvati Saraswati

Magh Navratri or Magha Navaratri is observed in the Shukla Paksha during Magha maas or Magh month.  Magh Navratri is called as Gupt Navratri. In 2021, Magh Navratri begins on February 12 and ends on February 21.

This festival is dedicated to Goddess Shakti and each form of the Goddess is worshipped on each day. In some places Navadurga forms and in some other places Nava Devi forms are worshipped.

Magh Navratri Ghatasthapana Time – 12 February 2021

Magh Navratri is mainly observed in North Indian states like Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. Another Gupt Navratri celebrated to worship nine forms of Durga is Ashad Navratri.

Another least known Navratri festival is Paushya Navratri observed in Paush month. The famous and most celebrated Navratri festivals are observed during Chaitra month (Vasant Navratri) and Ashwin month (Sharad Durga Navaratri).

Festivals during Magh Navratri 2021

12 February 2021 – Kalasha Sthapana, Shailaputri Navdurga Puja

Sri Vasavi Atmarpana, Chandra Darshan – 13 February 2021 , Brahmacharini Navdurga Puja

14 February 2021 – Chandraghanta Navdurga Puja

Ganesh Jayanti – 15 February 2021 , Kushmanda Navdurga Puja

Vasant Panchami – 16 February 2021, Skandamata Navdurga Puja

Skanda Shashti – 17 February 2021 – Sheetala Shashti- Katyayani Navdurga Puja

Ratha Saptami – 18 February 2021 – Kalratri Puja

Bhishmashtami – 19 February 2021 – Mahagauri Navdurga Puja

Bhishmashtami – 20 February 2021 – Siddhidhatri Navdurga Puja

Bhishma Navami, Nandini Devi Puja – 21 February 2021 – Navratri Paarana

Magh Navratri in Previous Years

In 2020, Magh Navratri begins on January 25 and ends on February 3.

In 2019, Magh Navratri begins on February 5 and ends on February 14.

In 2018, Magh Navratri begins on January 18 and ends on January 26.

In 2016, Magh Navratri begins on February 9 and ends on February 16.

In 2015, Magh Navratri begins on January 21 and ends on January 28.

In 2014, Magh Navratri begins on January 31 and ends on February 8.

In 2013, Magh Navratri begins on February 11 and ends on February 19, 2013. Magh Navratri 2012 dates are – January 24 to February 1.

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  1. dilip golani says:

    what is the difference/significance of these different navratri’s? can you please elaborate.

  2. Malhar says:

    when is the magha navaratri starts in 2020