Navratri celebrated with great seal in Jammu

JAMMU KASHMIR: Jammu residents celebrated Navratri with tremendous fervour, and the town of Katra, which is located at the base of the Mata Vaishno Devi Cave shrine, displayed an exceptional mood during the days.

The temples were crowded with worshippers throughout the days. A massive influx of visitors visited the Raghunath Temple, Rambeshwar Temple, and Bagh Bahu Temple in Jammu. The Navratri festival, for which various events were planned, ran from September 26 to October 4. Vocalists from Jammu and Kashmir as well as singers from other countries took part in these performances.

The district administration had made particular provisions for the festival's smooth organisation with the help of the Jammu Municipal Corporation and other departments. In order to prevent any difficulties for the devotees, extra care was taken to maintain the temple grounds at this period. Reasonable security arrangements were also made.

In Katra, where vibrant cultural performances were also given, the Navratri festival was most fervently observed. A sizable crowd gathered to witness Nettering Thid Jammu perform a fantastic rendition of "Mata Ki Kahani." Balwant Thakur, the director of Nettering, oversaw this drama's production.

In 1996, the first Navratri celebration was celebrated, and this pattern has persisted ever since. To participate in the celebrations, people travel from all around the nation. Along with the Ram Leela, additional cultural events included the Kal Hind Bhagwati Sangeet Competition, Bhagwat Katha, Prabhat Pheri, Shoba Yatra, Mata Ki Kahani, Hum Bhi Kam Nahi Talent Show, wrestling competitions, Hsia Wayang, and Mahfil Mushara.

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