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Navratri 2022: How the festival is celebrated in Gujarat

Navratri 2022The biggest festival of India is here. Navratri is a ten day festival celebrated all over India with much pomp and grandeur. Navratri, which literally means nine nights, is a celebration of the nine incarnations of Goddess Shakti. All over India, in states, this Hindu festival is celebrated in different ways. While North India keeps a fast and worship Goddess Shakti and engage in traditional music and dance, Eastern India worships Goddess Durga and her four children – Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Saraswati, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kartik. sees a ten day festival Lots of worship, rituals and fun times with families, friends, near and dear ones,

Navratri is celebrated as one of the biggest festivals of Gujarat. From observing fasts to embellishing in bright colours, Gujaratis indulge in Celebration with lots of happiness, Navratri in Gujarat is about worshiping Goddess Shakti. This year Navratri will start from 26th September and will continue till 5th October. The nine days of Navratri are also explained nine colors with special meaning devotees Embellish in those special colors for each day.

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Gujaratis start their day during Navratri worship of goddess shakti And seeking the blessings of the goddess for his family. An earthen pot, known as Garbi, is used for the aarti. Regular aarti is performed to keep Goddess Shakti happy and satisfied. one of the main attractions Their traditional Navratri-special dance of Navratri celebrations in Gujarat is Garba. People dress up in traditional Garba attire and perform a dance, which also involves the use of dandiyas (sticks). They also create many mythologies through their dances.

In recent times, mega gatherings are organized where a large number of people come together to celebrate Navratri. After Garba people gathered and feast on their favorite food, This year, more is awaited for Navratri, as the festivities had slowed down due to the spread of COVID-19 for the past two years.

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