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- Fasting and fasting should be donated to the needy people in Navratri
The Navratri and Hindi New Year of Chaitra month starts on Tuesday, April 13. Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is becoming at the beginning of Navratri. Also, this time the auspicious yoga is being formed with the commencement of Navratri from Tuesday and Ashwini Nakshatra. The work started in this Bhoomi Ashwini Yoga results quickly. And the chances of getting work interruptions are also very less.
Due to non-availability of dates, during the 9-day Navratri Navratra, when two dates fall on the same day, the day is reduced. But this time it is not so. This time, every day there will be a Shakti festival for the whole day. Non-occurrence of dates and getting full nine days for Goddess worship is also an auspicious sign in itself. According to its total tradition, worshiping Goddess Durga in these days brings Shri, happiness, prosperity, radiance, peace and good fortune. That even the negative instinct of the evil is easily attained by the grace of the mother.
Donate in Navratri This is the best way to get the grace of Goddess mother, to donate food and money to the needy people. Donating reduces the bad effects of all the old sins and increases the virtue. Donate fruits like bananas, mangoes, papaya etc. to the people who are fasting during Navratri.
During this period, they should be recited in Navratri and chanting the mantras of the Mother Goddess. If you wish, you can also recite Durga Saptasati. Cleanliness and sanctity of the mother goddess should not be taken care of very much. Also, the pronunciation in the mantra chanting should also be perfect. If you are not able to chant mantras properly then you can get chants from a C Brahmin.
Offer honey and perfume to Goddess While worshiping Goddess in Navratri, one should offer honey and perfume regularly, along with worshiping materials like necklace, prasad, kumkum, sandalwood, rice etc. By offering honey and perfume, the grace of the Mother Goddess always remains and the personality of the devotee becomes attractive.
The Hindu New Year begins with the beginning of Navratri. The month of Chaitra is the first month of the year from the Hindu calendar. Adi Shakti had appeared on the day before Chaitra Navratri and it was at his behest that Brahma started working for the creation of the universe. This is the reason that Hindu New Year begins with Chaitra Shukla per pada. Vikram Samvat 2078 will begin.