Few Lines on Navratri Festival

Navratri is the grand Hindu festival of India celebrated for nine days. The festival celebrates the nine incarnations of Goddess Durga and each night is dedicated to specific form of the Goddess. The environment is filled with joy, devotion and happiness throughout the country and people celebrate the festival with great spirituality.

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Few Lines on Navratri Festival for Kids and Students

Given below are some 10 lines on Navratri festival in English specially for young kids and students. These lines are in a simple language and easy to understand and will also help you to understand as why Navratri is celebrated, when is Navratri celebrated, what are the nine forms of Goddess Durga and how is Navratri celebrated etc. These lines will also help you while writing an short essay on Navratri, paragrapgh on Navratri or an article on Navratri festival etc.

Few Lines on Navratri Festival (Durga Puja)

1) Navratri is one of the grand Hindu festival celebrated twice every year in April/May and October/November.

2) The Navratri (or Nine Night) festival worships the nine incarnations of Goddess Durga dedicating each day for a separate form.

3) Each day is dedicated to specific incarnation of Goddess Durga namely Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandmata, Katyayini, Kaalratri, Mahagauri, and Sidhhidhatri.

4) There is grand celebration of Navratri in north India especially in Kolkata, Gujarat, Punjab etc.

5) Large 'pandals' are set up throughout the city and the grand idols of Goddess Durga are placed and worshiped in these 'pandals'.

6) Devotees and tourists across the globe visit these 'pandals'  to witness the grand celebrations and seek the blessings from the Goddess.

7) In the state of Gujarat and Maharashtra people play 'dandiya' and 'garba', the renowned folk dance of Gujarat, throughout the night.

8) Devotees also keep fast for whole nine days and mostly rely only on fruits and water to seek the blessings from their deity.

9) The tenth day after Navratri is the festival of Dasahara, the day when Lord Rama slayed  Ravana, the Evil King of Lanka.

10) The nine days of Navratri instills the sense of devotion, spirituality, joy and happiness and showcases the triumph of good over evil. 

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