Chaitra Durga Ashtami 2024: All You Need To Know About Shubh Muhurat, Rituals For 'Mahashtami'

(MENAFN- Live Mint) "Chaitra Durga Ashtami, also known as Mahashtami, is a significant event in Hindu tradition dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga in her various forms. Let's explore more about this auspicious occasion spans nine nights, during which devotees observe fasts, perform prayers, and engage in various religious rituals. Each day is dedicated to one of the nine forms of Goddess Durga, known as Navadurga year, Chaitra Durga Ashtami 2024 will be celebrated on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 is observed with elaborate rituals to honour and seek blessings from Goddess Durga. Devotees consecrate nine small pots symbolizing the nine forms of Durga and worship them with reverence Read: Chaitra Navratri 2024: Know date, rituals, Ashtami, Ram Navami time, and other detailsEach manifestation of the goddess is venerated during the Mahashtami Puja, highlighting her diverse attributes of strength and grace.
Shubh Muhurat:The Ashtami Tithi starts at 12:11 on April 15, 2024, and concludes at 13:23 on April 16, 2024, according to Drik Panchang celebrate this day with great devotion and fervour across the country, honouring Goddess Durga and seeking her blessings Navratri coincides with the harvest season. Farmers offer prayers to the Goddess for a bountiful harvest and prosperity in the coming agricultural year manifestation of the goddess is venerated during the Mahashtami Puja, highlighting her diverse attributes of strength and grace.
During Mahashtami Puja, each manifestation of Goddess Durga is revered, showcasing her various attributes of strength and grace.
Also Read: Swiggy's 'Navratri special thali' laced with Eid discount charms Bengaluru entrepreneur, netizensAnother significant ritual is Kumari Puja, where young unmarried girls are worshipped as embodiments of Goddess Durga. This tradition, known as Kumari Puja, emphasizes the presence of divine feminine energy in all stages of life Navratri holds profound spiritual importance as it commemorates the Hindu New Year and is devoted to venerating Goddess Durga. It signifies rejuvenation, safeguarding, and the triumph of righteousness over malevolence.


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