Saptamatrika & Ashtamatrika Puja during Durga Navratri 2020

During Durga Navratri Navadurga, Dus Mahavidya along with Saptamatrika and Ashtamatrikas are also worshipped. Ashtamatrikas are the eight divine Mother Goddesses who are worshipped in rare occasions. Saptamatrikas, Ashtamatrikas and their Dwarapalaka devatas are worshipped during Durga Navratri in some places of Tamil Nadu and Kerala and some other parts of North India. Dates and […]

Navratri 2018 | Ashwin Navaratri 2018 dates | Durga Sharan Navratras 2018

Navratri is a nine-nights festival celebrated in huge scale in India and many other countries where Hindu population is in large numbers. Navratri festival falls in Ashwin Month (Ashwayuja Masam) as per Hindu calendar. Navratri is also called as Maha Navratri, Durga Navratri, Devi Sharan Navratri, Sharadiya Navratri, etc.. Durga Navratri 2018 starts with Kalash Puja […]

Navratri 2012 Calendar with Nine Colours

Navratri, the most celebrated Hindu festival, will begin on October 16 and will continue till October 24. Ghatasthapana (Kalasha Sthapana) marks the beginning and Devi Balidaan marks the end of Navratri. Nine aspects of Durga (Navadurga / Navadevi) are worshipped in many places of India. In Gujarat, Dasamahavidya goddesses are worshipped during Navratri. Saptamatrikas and […]

Hindu Calendar October 2011, Wallpaper Desktop Calendar October 2011

Hindu calendar October 2011 or free Hindu desktop calendar wallpaper for October 2011 is here to download. As Navratri Durga Puja and Diwali are the important festivals in October 2011, the wallpaper calendar is designed with the image of the three Supreme Goddesses: Mahalakshmi, Mahakali and Maha Saraswati. The list of the important festivals’ dates […]

Navratri September October 2011 – Durga Navaratri 2011 dates

Navratri 2011 in September – October 2011 (Durga Navaratri) is a festival of Goddess Durga. In 2011, Navaratri starts on September 28 and ends on 6 October 2011. Kalasha Sthapana or Ghata Sthapana date is September 28 and Vijayadasami or Dasara is on October 6. Final five days of Navratri is observed as Durga Puja […]