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Navratri

Navratri During this Nine nights and Ten days Nine Forms of Shakti Devi are Worshiped.Near by My House Kanniga parameshwari Temple is there.They Will do 9 Different Alangarams Everyday during Navratri.


Nine forms of Shakti

* Durga, the inaccessible one
* Bhadrakali
* Amba or Jagadamba, Mother of the universe
* Annapurna, The one who bestows grains (an) in plenty (purna)
* Sarvamangala, The one who gives joy (mangal) to all (sarva)
* Bhairavi
* Chandika or Chandi
* Lalita
* Bhavani
* Mookambika


First three days
The goddess is separated as a spiritual force called Durga also known as Kali in order to destroy all our impurities.

Second three days
The Mother is adored as a giver of spiritual wealth, Lakshmi, who is considered to have the power of bestowing on her devotees inexhaustible wealth, as she is the goddess of wealth.

Final three days
The final set of three days is spent in worshipping the goddess of wisdom, Saraswathi. In order to have all-round success in life, believers seek the blessings of all three aspects of the divine femininity, hence the nine nights of worship.(From Wikipedia)


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I Prepared Sweet & Kara Sundal for Navratri.

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Happy Navratri to All.

22 comments:

Sailaja Damodaran said...

yummy....nice pictures

Sushma Mallya said...

Happy navrathri...Beautiful pictures of the godess...and yummy and simple food too...

lata raja said...

Nicely written and photographed. Happy Dussehra!

my kitchen said...

Thanks a lot Sailaja,Sushma & Latha.

Sanghi said...

HAppy navratri.. lovely pictures..!

Malar Gandhi said...

Awesome pictures, good read, indeed. WIsh you all very Happy Dussera and Navratri Pooja.

Bharathy said...

Love your blog, recipes ad the Banner!!CUTE! :)
Well presented post!..

Happy Navarathri!... :)

Nandini said...

Beautiful pictures of Navarathri! Even your sundals are exactly looking like mine! Thanks for visiting my blog and Happy Navarathri!

Sree... said...

Hi...Selvi..

Thank u soo much for visiting my blog and ur sweet comment.Nice Pics..Happy Navrathri.:)

Priya said...

Such a divine post..Happy navarathri Selvi..

Prathibha said...

Thanks for visiting my blg...Happy Navratri..
nice post

my kitchen said...

Thanks a lot my friends for visiting my blog & ur sweet comments

Chitra said...

Nice pictures ,Good read :) sundallooks too good.Hope u had a gr8 celebration :)

Aruna Manikandan said...

Happy Navratri........
Thanks for visiting my blog........
Wonderful and lovely pictures of the goddess!!!!!!!!!!!

Preeti Kashyap said...

lovely pictures of the Godess and great info! thanks for visiting my blog and happy navrathiri!

Divya Rao said...

Great effort on the blog!

Padma said...

Happy Dussera to you... thanks for dropping by at my blog and leaving your comments... you have a nice blog here... will add u in my blogroll and keep visiting u... u too drop in... Nice details about the festival and esp loved all the pictures....

jeyashrisuresh said...

happy navaratri. Nice photographs and very informative post especially to our kids .

jeyashrisuresh said...

happy navaratri. Nice photographs and very informative post especially to our kids .

Babli said...

I liked your blog very much. I appreciate for your beautiful presentation of Navratri and wonderful pictures of the Goddess as well as the food.
You are welcome in my blogs. Wish you a very Happy Dussehra.

Miri said...

Thanks for that very informative post - I remember my Mom used to explain to me the significance of the different alangarams for different Gods and Goddesses in different festivals. She used to be so enthralled by the beauty of those idols and come back very very touched after a temple visit.

Miri

Lavi said...

Esai, Thanks for sahring the pictures..

Nalla Alangaram panni irukkanga!

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