Navratri 2018: Why worship of Goddess Durga is done only at night?

Oct 10 2018 08:45 AM
Navratri 2018: Why worship of Goddess Durga is done only at night?

It is said that nine days of Navratri are considered in the Hindu religion as the worship day of Goddess and in these nine days devotees worship the goddess, due to which the Goddess will be happy and bless them. In such a situation, all of you must know that Shardhiya Navratri is coming from October 10 this year and preparations are being made with great fervor throughout the country. You must know that in this Navratri, Mother is worshiped in Gujarat and Garuda Pooja of Bengal is also worth seeing. So, today we are going to tell you some special things related to Durga Puja.

If we worship the goddess with full heart and mind for any wishes, then our desire is always fulfilled and at the same time, we also need a peaceful atmosphere in order to pray for peace of mind because of the calm environment Worshiping in the mind brings peace and stability in our mind.

For this reason, it is said that in Navratri, the worship of the Goddess is be achieved by the time of night, because Navaratri means nine nights or nav ahoratro, and at this time nine forms of Goddess are worshiped along with Goddess Prayer is done to fulfill your wish. It is said during this time the spiritual power is obtained by worshiping Goddess, due to this it is best to do the pooja in the night.

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