Navratri - Durga Puja Murhat Auspicious Time For Pooja 2013

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This post will provide you with the Durga Pooja - Navratri Puja Murhat Auspicious Time For Durga Pooja 2013. Navratri Celebration will start from 5th October to 14 October 2013. Dussehra 2013 (Vijayadashami) Will be celebrated on 14th Oct.

People use to celebrate navratri in different forms like in Gujarat and other stats people play Garba (Ras Dandiya) where in West Bangal and near area, people do Durga Puja. So, by this post i will let you know about the Navratri - Durga Puja Murhat Auspicious Time For Pooja 2013.

2013 Durga Puja Dates, Durgotsava for Ujjain, India
2013 Durga Puja Dates, Durgotsava for Ujjain, India

Durga Puja is 5 Day long celebration. This year it will start at 10th October, 2013 till 14th October, 2013 (Dussehra). Below is the Calendar for Durga Puja 2013:-

1st Day - 10th Oct - Shashthi >>Bilva Nimantran Kalparambha, >> Akal Bodhon >>Amantran and Adhivas .

2nd Day 11th Oct - Navpatrika Puja and Kolabou Puja will be done.

3rd Day 12th Oct :- Durga Ashtami, Kumari Puja, Sandhi Puja, Maha Navami

4th Day 13th Oct :- Bengal Maha Navami, Durga Balidan, Navami Homa, Durga Visarjan, Vijayadashami will be celebrated.

5th Day 14th Oct :- Bengal Vijayadashami, Bengal Durga Visarjan, Sindoor Utsav will be celebrated.

The Goddess Durga arrives on the Earth on the first day of Devi Paksha which starts on the next day of Mahalaya Amavasya during Pitru Paksha. She departs on Durga Visarjan day.


The eight forms of Shri Lakshmi are:
  • Adi Lakshmi or Maha Lakshmi (incarnation of Lakshmi as the daughter of sage Bhrigu)
  • Dhana Lakshmi ( giver of wealth)
  • Dhanya Lakshmi ( giver of agricultural wealth)
  • Gaja Lakshmi ( giver of animal wealth)
  • Santan Lakshmi ( giver of progeny)
  • Veer Lakshmi ( giver of courage and strength)
  • Vijaya Lakshmi ( giver of victory)
  • Vidya Lakshmi (bestower of knowledge)
Durga Puja 2013 : How to Worship Girls - Kumari Punjan
How to Worship Girls - Kumari Punjan


On the first day, it is propitious to give them flowers. Moreover, one make-up item is a must to be given along with flowers. Offer white flower to Ma Saraswati in order to please her. If you have any worldly desire in your heart, offer red flowers (e.g. rose, china-rose or gurhal, jasmine, and marigold etc.)

On the second day, worship by giving them fruits. This fruit can be red or yellow for materialistic desire and banana or coconut for achieving detachment. Remember fruits must not be sour.

On the third day there is a significant of Sweets. Goddess becomes happy, if home cooked kheer , halwa or yellow rice are fed on the day.

On day four there is a value of giving them cloths but in accordance with financial capacity handkerchief and ribbon can also be offered.

Fifth day good fortune and to bless with child is desired from goddess. So giving five type of make up item to girls is considered very auspicious. There can be bindi, bangles, heena, hair clips, scented soaps, kajal, mascara, nail paint, talcum powder etc in them.

On sixth day Sport stuff should be given to girls. Nowadays different varieties of sport stuff are available in markets. Earlier this custom was limited up to rope, panche and small toys only but now many options are available in markets.

Seventh day is dedicated to call Goddess Saraswati. On this day study material should be given to girls. Different types of pencil, pen, copies, drawing, books, compass, water bottle and lunch box are available in market these days.

Eight day of navratri is considered as the most scared day. Goddess gives special blessing to the people who do girls make up with their own hands. Girls’ feet should be washed by milk. Akshat, flowers and kumkum should offer on their feet. Food should be given to girls and offer some gifts to them as per financial capacity. Giving alms is necessary every day during Navratra.

On the ninth day mean sthe last day of Navratra, Girls should be feed with kheer, gwarfali’s vegetable and puri kneaded with milk. The worship of Goddess is completed by their feet Mahavar & heena on their palms. If the Hawan is organized at your home then Samidha must be offered by her hands. She should be feed with cardamom & betel. There is a belief behind this custom that when the Goddess goes back to her land then she must be seen off as a girl from her own house. If possible, a red tippet should be given to girls also offer them a small book of Durga Chalisa. Garba`s dandiya & Chaniya choli can also be given.
 

Muhurat for Sharad Navratri in 2013
Muhurat for Sharad Navratri in 2013

On 5th of October, there will be Ashwin Shukla Paksha and the Ghat Sthapna will be held on Pratipada which will be according to the Hindu calendar. Apart from that Abhijit time will also be accepted as another muhurat for establishing ghat.

Ghat Sthapana Abhijit Muhurat will be started at 12:06 and will be end at 12:46.

The schedule of Navratri followed by Hindus to worship 3 Goddess is:
  • 1st – 3rd day of Navratri: Navratri festival starts with the preparation of small portion in pooja room with mud/dirt and barley seeds especially dedicated to Maa Durga, the Goddess of bravery, courage and power.
  • 4th – 6th day of Navratri: These 3 days, the goddess of wealth and richness i.e. Maa Lakshmi is worshipped.
  • 7th – 8th day of Navratri: On the 7th day, puja of Maa Saraswati is performed in order to gain knowledge from her blessings.
  • 8th day of Navratri :- It belongs to defeat of all wrong deeds in mind and heart and for this reasons all these deeds are burnt in holy fire.
  • Mahanavmi: Mahanavmi is the final day of Navratri. On Mahanavmi, every house calls nine unmarried girls and worships them with pooja thalis and serve them feast.

On 14th October, 2013 Dussehra, Durga Visarjan and Dashami Puja Vijayadashami will be celebrated. For Astrological Remedies and Astro Uncle ke aasan Upay, you can visit us regularly.

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3 comments:

  1. jai mata di... main aapse apne bhai ke barein main puchna chahti hu...his details s below;
    name : Anil Soni
    Fathers : Late Shri Suraj Pal Soni
    Mothers: Late Shrimati Pushpa Soni
    Birth of Year : 22nov1982
    Place of Birth: New Delhi
    Time of Birth : ? (dont know)
    kirpya uske barein main btaiye..wo jo koi bhi kaam start kerta hai wo sabhi kaam uske lye pareshani aur dukh he latein hai but aajkal kuch he din pehle job strt ki he ek export house main..kirpiya bataiye uske kaam kaaj aur tarakki ke baarein main saath he uski shadi ke lye bhi , kab to ho payegi..

    DHANYAVAAD !!

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  2. Jai Mata Di... Happy Navratri's to all :)

    Main aapse apne bhai ke barin main jan-na chahti hu..his details as below;

    Name: Anil Soni
    Fathers: Late Shri Suraj Pal Soni
    Mothers: Late Smt. Pushpa Soni
    Date of birth : 22 nov. 1982
    Place of birth : New Delhi
    Time: (dont know)
    Bhai jo bhi koi kaam start kerta hai usmain wo fail ho jata hai..phir kuch din pehle he usne ek export house main job start ki hai..main aapse uski kaam-kaaj ke barein main jan-na chahti hu .. uski tarakki kab tak ho payegii aur uski shadi ke yog bhi kab tab ho payegnge...???

    DHNYAVAAD.

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  3. Very good article. . pooja is a very important ritual of everyfestival. Most of them nowadays don’t know why or how to do pooja including me. I usually buy pooja kits from Pureprayer website. they have all these audio cds and booklets with instructions. Just doing the pooja is not sufficient.we should know why we do also. this article is very good.

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