Today Navratri in this Sarvartha Siddhi and Amrit Siddhi Yoga, is the Chaughadiya Muhurta and method of Ghatasthapana.
As Chaitra Navratri, the Mahaparva of renunciation, penance, meditation and restraint, starts on Tuesday. So, On the first day of Navratri, the grand adornment of the Shailputri form of the first Adi Shakti Maa Durga. And it will be worshiped along with the establishment of the law. Moreover, burning an unbroken flame for the Goddess. And the devotees will pledge for a nine-day fast. Worship of Mother Bhagwati in homes. Furthermore, they worship for Bhagwati at temples for nine days. So, chanting, austerity, yagna, havan, rituals, devotees will wish for freedom from the epidemic. According to Hindu Panchang, Navaswatsar will also begin with Navratri.
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Navratri will conclude on 22 April. In view of the corona infection, devotees will start worshipping at all the Devi temples. So, this include, Shaktipeeth Kalyani Devi, Lalita Devi, Alopashankari Devi. Then, after the doors open from six o’clock in the morning. In addition to it, Circles have been built for social distancing in temples. So, masks and sanitizers have also been arranged. Thermal scanning of devotees will also be done at the temple gate.
According to the Corona Guide Line, the doors of the temple will be closed after 9 o’clock at night. However , in view of the three-tier panchayat elections this time , the police system in the temples will be less. Therefore, the temple management will be responsible for ensuring the arrangement of sending five-five devotees together for darshan.
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Sarvartha Siddhi and Amrit Siddhi Yoga establishes on the Navratri by Gratham Siddhi and Amrit Siddhi Yoga. This time Maa Durga will arrive on horse and the departure will be on the shoulder of man. So, the auspicious time of Ghat installation is from sunrise 5:43 am to 8:46 am on the Udaya date.
Choghadiya Muhurta from 4: 36 am to 6:04 am
Abhijeet Muhurta from 11: 36 am to 12:24 pm
Worship materials for Ghatasthapana Kalash for Ghatasthapana, seven kinds of cereals. Moreover, holy place soil and Gangajal, Kalava. Then, Mango leaves and Coconut. Furthermore, Betel nut, Akshat, Flowers, Florist, Red cloth, Sweet, Vermilion, Durva, Kapoor, Turmeric , Ghee, milk etc. items are necessary.
According to Jyotishacharya Pandit Awadh Narayan Dwivedi, on Wednesday, April 14, the Sun will enter Aries at 4:40 am on Wednesday, according to Jyotishacharya Pandit Avadh Narayana Dwivedi. Therefore, the solstice period will be on Wednesday. It is Satu Sankranti. On this day, donating pot, fan and sattu along with Ganga bath is auspicious.
Sattvic diet, Vihar, behavior will increase immunity, in Navratri, havan, fasting with worship, fasting are of specific importance. During this period, a restrained lifestyle will also be helpful in increasing immunity. Senior Ayurveda and Yoga doctor Dr. TN Pandey said that Vasantik Navaratri is the season of change of seasons. During this period, breeding of viral diseases is more. Fasting in Navratri gives spiritual, physical and mental strength. In the fast, they renounce vengeful things. The spirit of renunciation for the sake of Adi Shakti imparts self-power. Digestible diet, eating, behavior and thought increases immunity.
Know how to set up a post after the establishment of the urn.
- First of all, clean a wooden outpost by washing it with Ganges water or clean water.
2. Now wipe it with a clean cloth. And spread a red cloth.
3. Place the urn on the right side of the checkpoint.
4. Install a photo or statue of Maa Durga on the outpost.
5. Mata Rani should be draped in red color.
6. Worship Maa Durga by lighting incense and lamps etc.
7. Burn in front of the unbroken Jyot Mata Rani, burning for nine days.
8. Apply Tilak to the Mother Goddess.
9. Offer the goods of bangle, cloth, vermilion, kumkum, floral, turmeric, roli, suhan to Mother Durga.
10. Offer perfume, fruits and sweets to Maa Durga.
11. Now recite the Durga Saptashati recitation of the Stotra, Sahasranama etc. of the Mother Goddess.
12. Perform the aarti of Maa Durga.
13. Now sprinkle water on the grain sown on the altar.
14. Worship Maa Durga for nine days of Navratri. Keep spraying water in barley vessel.
Chaitra Navratri 2021: Date, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, Timings, Significance.
Navratri is celebrated twice a year. So, it is one of the biggest and important Hindu festivals. Chaitra Navratri is the first Navratri. It is Vasant Navratri. And falls during the spring season every year. So, it is auspicious for the farming communities in the country. As per the Gregorian calendar, it usually falls in March or April. While the other Navratri is known as Sharad Navratri as it is celebrated during the autumn season.
This year Chaitra Navratri will commence on April 13, 2021. And the celebration will last up to April 22, 2021. So, Tuesday marks the first day of the nine-day festival, ‘Navratri’. It is a celebration of the mighty valour of Goddess. And all her different avatars. So, it is particularly celebrated to worship goddess Durga. And her nine forms through the nine days. Goddess Durga is hailed as Shakti. And celebrated for eliminating Mahishasura.
Chaitra Navratri 2021: Date, Time.
This year, Chaitra Navratri start on April 13 and end on April 21, 2021. So, the Ashtami falls on April 20. While Ram Navami would be celebrated on the last day. As the first day of Navratri marks the first day of the Hindu calendar. And it falls during the Shukla Paksha of the moon i.e, the full moon phase. Moreover, on this day, several devotees place Kalash at their home/temple.
Auspicious timing for Kalash Sthapna is between 6:11 AM to 10:22 AM on April 13, 2021.
Dates for nine-day Chaitra Navratri:
Day: Date: Puja
1: 13th April (Tuesday) Pratipada: Shailaputri Puja
2: 14th April (Wednesday) Dwitiya: Brahmacharini Puja
3: 15th April (Thursday) Tritiya: Chandraghanta Puja
4: 16th April (Friday) Chaturthi: Kushmanda Puja
5: 17th April (Saturday) Panchami: Skandamata Puja
6: 18th April (Sunday) Shasthi: Katyani Puja
7: 19th April (Monday) Saptami: Kaalaratri Puja
8: 20th April (Tuesday) Annapurna Ashtami: Mahagauri Puja
9: 21st April (Wednesday) Rama Navami: Siddhidatri Puja
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Chaitra Navratri 2021: Significance
As the holy days of Navratri, nine manifestations of the goddess are worshipped with much grandeur. So, the worship is throughout the day. So, they are –Maa Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmaanda, Skandmaata, Kaatyaayeenee, Kaalraatree, Mahagauri, and Sidhidaatree. The first day of Chaitra Navratri marks the Hindu New Year as per the Lunar calendar. So, the devotees begin the New Year by worshipping Maa Durga. Moreover, this day devotees worship an incarnation of Goddess Parvati named Shailputri.
The Chaitra Navratri Puja samagri consists of puja items for the Kalash Sthapana or Ghatasthapana and everyday puja ingredients.
For Kalash Sthapana or Ghatasthapana–do not use steel or plastic kalash. So you need a copper, bronze, brass or silver Kalash. A brown coconut with its husk. A few Mango leaves. Moreover, some Haldi and Kumkum. hen,Chandan, Water and a few Currency coins. And also fresh flowers along with red chunari (piece of cloth).