When is Navatri

Navratri is a Hindu nine night festival worshipped in the honour of nine forms of Shakti/Devi. Navaratri begins on the first day of Ashwina. The tenth day after nine nights is commonly referred to as Vijayadashami or Dashera, celebrates the victory of lord Rama over Ravana. Its is celebrated with lots of vigor and enthusiasm by the Hindus twice a year - in March-April (as Chaitra Navratri) and in September-October by the Hindus. While the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri is celebrated as Ram Navami, the festival celebrated in September-October commemorates the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. The articles in this chapter discusses about when is Navratri.

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When was Navratri in 2016 ?

Navratri Calendar 2016 1st - 10th October 2016 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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When was Navratri in 2015 ?

Navratri Calendar 2015 13th - 22nd October 2015 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

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When was Navratri in 2014 ?

Navratri 2014, 25th September - 3rd October, 2014 Navratri Calendar 2014 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

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When was Navratri in 2013 ?

Navratri 2013, 5th to 13th October, 2013 Navratri calender 2013 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

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When was Navratri in 2012 ?

Navratri 2012, 16th to 24th October, 2012 Navratri calender 2012 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

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When is Navratri 2019 ?

Navratri is a 10 day festival that is celebrated in most parts of India. The word Navratri literally translates to 9 nights (nav-9; ratri-night). During these 10 pious days, the Hindus in India celebrate the divinity of the feminine power in the form of Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. The Navratri ends with the Dussehra on the 10th day which symbolizes the celebration and remembrance of Ma Durga’s (good’s) triumph over Mahisasura (evil). Navratri celebrations involve various socio-cultural activities like performing the Garba dance in Gujarat, marking the beginning of a child’s educat

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