PM Modi doing Shakti Upasana for 40 years this is the routine during Navaratri

Apr 13 2021 05:36 PM
PM Modi doing Shakti Upasana for 40 years this is the routine during Navaratri

New Delhi: From today, Chaitra Navratri has started in the country. PM Narendra Modi has wished the countrymen this morning in the morning. With this, PM Modi's nine-day fast has also started from today. Let me tell you that PM Modi is a worshiper of Shakti. They fast for nine days in both Chaitra and Shardiya Navratri. This time his fast is going to be in the middle of the Bengal elections.

PM Modi has been worshiping Shakti and fasting during Navratri for more than 40 years. During this time, they consume hot water most of the time. The first time he reached America after becoming PM in 2014, then there was a boom in the country at that time. The banquet was hosted by US President Barack Obama to welcome PM Modi. However, during this time PM Modi only consumed hot water. Let us know that PM Modi worships the Goddess of Shakti through Durga recitation every morning and evening. He also meditates during this. In these nine days, after daily recitation, he performs Aarti of Goddess Durga in the morning and evening. During the fast, PM Modi consumes fruits only once a day in addition to hot water. As long as he remained the CM in Gujarat, he also used to do arms worship at the time of Sharadiya Navaratri.

The fast of this Navratri is going to be special for PM Modi in view of the Bengal elections. Let us know that during Sharadiya Navaratri in Bengal, Goddess Durga is worshiped in a grand way. People across the state celebrate Navratri with great enthusiasm. This Chaitra Navratri has come in the midst of the Bengal elections. PM Modi also addressed the people of Bengal through a video conferencing during Sharadiya Navratri.

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