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- Gupta Navratri in Magha-Ashadh month and general Navratri in Chaitra-Ashwin month
The Secret Navratri of the month of Magh starts on Friday, 12 February. Apart from Magh month, Gupta Navratri is also celebrated in Ashadh month. Secret rituals are performed in Gupta Navratri. In the Navratri of Chaitra and Ashwin month, all the devotees worship different forms of the Mother Goddess.
According to Pt. Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, Navratri comes four times in a year. This festival of Goddess worship is also related to the season. Navaratri is celebrated in a compound of two seasons. Samadhikaal means the time for the departure of one season and the arrival of the second season. The cold is ending and summer is about to begin. At such a time, the secret Navaratri of Magh month is celebrated. Devotees keep fast on the day of Navratri along with worshiping. We can avoid seasonal diseases by taking precautions related to food in the season of seasons.
Fasting in Navratri benefits health
Fasting during Navratri provides health benefits. This is the time for change of weather. In such a situation, many people are vulnerable to problems like seasonal diseases like colds, fever, stomach pain, indigestion. Ayurveda prescribes a method called skipping to prevent diseases. Fasting according to this method also prevents diseases.
Fasting keeps concentration in devotion
Giving up food does not cause indigestion. The body gets the necessary energy by doing the fruits. Fruits are also easily digested. Devotees worshiping the Goddess have a regular routine, which does not lead to laziness. Waking up early in the morning and meditating, meditating keeps the mind calm. Anger and other bad disorders stay away. If food is consumed on these days, laziness can increase, due to which concentration is not built in worship.