Navratri 2022 Start Date and End Date Details

Know the details about Navratri 2022 Start Date and End Date Details, Sharan Navaratri Details, Start and End Date details, Sri Durga Pooja details.

Shardiya Navratri, also called Navratri (Hindi:, Gujarati: ), is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Northern and Eastern India. Navratri is a symbolic celebration of nine nights when the good fights against the bad, and on the tenth day, the good wins. During this time, Mother Durga is honoured as the goddess of strength, energy, and knowledge.

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Navratri 2022 Start Date and End Date Details

Monday, 26 September 2022, is the first day of Navratri, and Wednesday, 05 October 2022, is the last day.

Day & Date Tithi Festival
Monday, September 26 Pratipada Ghatasthapana
Tuesday, September 27 Dwitiya Maa Brahmacharini Puja
Wednesday, September 28 Tritiya Maa Chandraghanta Puja
Thursday, September 29 Chaturthi Maa Kushmanda Puja
Friday, September 30 Panchami Maa Skandamata Puja
Saturday, October 1 Shashti Maa Katyayini Puja
Sunday, October 2 Saptami Maa Kaalratri Puja
Monday, October 3 Ashtami Maa Maha Gauri Puja
Tuesday, October 4 Navami / Dasami Maa Siddhidaatri Puja, Maha Navami, Vijay Dasami

When will Navratri be in 2022?

Most people celebrate Navratri twice a year, once in the spring (Chaitra Navratri) and once in the fall (Sharad Navratri). The lunar calendar says that planets change at both of these times.

Sharad Navratri 2022, also called Maha Navratri, is often celebrated in India during the month of Ashvina, which starts on the first day of the lunar fortnight. The English calendar says that it usually happens in September or October. The festival lasts for nine nights. During that time, people pray, danced the Dandiya Raas and Garba, and give food to Goddess Durga as prasad. On the sixth day of Navaratri, Durga Puja is held. This will go on for four days, and then on Vijayadashmi, it will be over.

What does Navrathri Mean Devotionally?

Mythology says that there are different stories about how Navratri came to be.

Mahishashur, the King of Demons, started a war in heaven against the Gods. To fight him, all of the Gods, including Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu, combined their divine powers to create “Shakti,” the mother of strength. So, the Goddess Durga was made, and after nine nights of a fierce battle with Mahishasur, she killed him with her power and wisdom. So, the tenth day of victory is called Vijaya Dashami, which means “the day when good won over evil.”

Lord Rama was about to go to war with Ravana to get Sita out of Lanka, where Ravana had locked her up. Before the battle, Rama prayed to Goddess Durga to ask for her help. He had to have 108 lotuses for the puja. When Rama was about to take out one of his eyes to finish counting, Goddess Durga appeared and gave him her divine “shakti.” On that day, Rama won the battle.

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