Shardiya Navratri 2022: This rare yoga for Shardiya Navratri, very auspicious yoga for Ghatasthapana

Durga Puja 2022: Sharadiya Navratri is starting from the second day of all Pitru Amavasya. This year Shardiya Navratri will start from 26th September and will be followed by Dussehra or Vijayadashami festival on 5th October. This 9-day festival of worship of Maa Durga is starting very auspiciously this year. On this auspicious occasion, Ghatasthan […]
 


Shardiya Navratri 2022: This rare yoga for Shardiya Navratri, very auspicious yoga for Ghatasthapana

Durga Puja 2022: Sharadiya Navratri is starting from the second day of all Pitru Amavasya. This year Shardiya Navratri will start from 26th September and will be followed by Dussehra or Vijayadashami festival on 5th October. This 9-day festival of worship of Maa Durga is starting very auspiciously this year. On this auspicious occasion, Ghatasthan brings happiness and prosperity in the lives of the people. Shardiya Navratri and Durga Puja are celebrated with great pomp in many states including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab-Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal.

Very auspicious yoga of Navratri

The whole day will be very auspicious for Ghatasthapana on the first day of Sharadiya Navratri starting from 26 September 2022. Meanwhile, a wonderful confluence of Shukla and Brahma Yoga is being formed. Which is considered very auspicious for worship and auspicious yogas. After this, Mahashtami fast and worship will be held on Monday, 3 October. Sandhya Puja Muhurta will be from 3:36 pm to 4:24 pm on Ashtami-Navmi date for Durga Puja. At the same time, the value of Mahanavami date will be on Tuesday, October 4. Navami date will remain till 01.32 pm. After this the tenth day will start. Hence the festival of Vijayadashami or Dussehra will be celebrated on 4th and 5th October. Durga idols are immersed on this day. Ravana is cremated and weapons and vehicles are worshipped.

Maa Durga seated on an elephant

This time in the month of Ashwin, during Navratri, Mother Durga is coming riding on an elephant. Since the elephant ride of Maa Durga is considered auspicious, it is also an indicator of heavy rains. The elephant ride of Goddess Durga is considered auspicious for agriculture and crops. It is used to replenish the stock of money and grain.

 

 

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