Chaitra Navratri: Remove these 5 things from home before Navratri, otherwise there will be financial loss! – News India Live
This year Chaitra Navratri will be from March 22, Wednesday to March 30. Navratri begins on Pratipada Tithi in Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month according to the Hindu calendar and has special significance in Hinduism. During Navratri, the house is thoroughly cleaned before the arrival of Goddess Durga. It is said that worshiping the goddess without cleanliness in the house does not bring auspicious results.
Some special things should be thrown out of the house for cleanliness before Navratri. Keeping these things in the house is considered very inauspicious. Let us know about those things…
1. Fragmented Sculptures
Often we keep broken or damaged idols of Gods and Goddesses on one side of the house. But in Vastu they are called inauspicious. It is said that keeping broken idols in the house brings bad luck. In such a situation, these idols should be immediately immersed in running water.
2. Bad food
Along with the house, the cleanliness of the kitchen is also necessary. In such a situation, if there is any bad thing or food etc. kept in the kitchen, then take it out immediately. Bad food and drink in the house brings negative energy in the house and the gods do not come.
3. Onion and Garlic
During Chaitra Navratri, Goddess Durga stays on the earth for 9 days. In these 9 days, the mother resides in the house of the devotees. In such a situation, it is very important to keep both the house and the environment clean. While cleaning before Navratri, remove onions and garlic, eggs, meat, alcohol, etc. from the house. These things bring negativity in the house.
4. Bad shoes, slippers and clothes
Cleaning is done before Navratri to welcome Goddess Durga. At such a time, take out the torn clothes, shoes and slippers kept in the house. Such things increase negativity in the house.
5. Stop Clock
It is said in Vastu that a closed clock is an indicator of bad luck. In such a situation, the closed or defective clock should be removed or damaged before the arrival of the mother in Navratri. Such things create obstacles in the progress of man.