4 Types of Navratri and Sharad Navratri 2017 Dates Information


Many people from all around the world, have heard about Navratri Festival, which is celebrated in India not one, not two but five times in a year. I think very few people know about it that this festival is celebrated four times, mostly people have heard about only two times celebration i.e. as Chaitra Navratri and Sharad Navratri. Here one can find the information on when it is celebrated in a year, nine goddess, mantras, fasting and celebration.


Four Types of Navratri and Celebration Time:

From all these four navratri, Sharad Navratri is the most popular among people. Here I have mentioned the celebration time according to Western calendar.

Magh Navratri or Gupt Navratri – Celebrated in the month of January – February

Vasant Navratri or Chaitra Navratri – Celebrated in the month of March – April

Ashad Navratri – Celebratd in the month of June – July

Sharad Navratri – Celebrated in the month of September – October


Navratri 2017 Dates:

According to western calendar, these are celebrated in the month of March-April and September-October respectively. Below we have mentioned the Navratri 2017 dates for the devotees so that they can adjust in their schedule and prepared themselves for 9 days of Navratri Puja. Check Sharad 2017 Navratri Dates, schedule it and get ready for celebration in the month of September.

Sharad Navratri Dates: September 21, 2017 to September 29, 2017


Nine Goddess of Navratri:

During all these Navratri, 9 goddess have been worshiped by the devotees. The names of nine Goddess are mentioned below, whose puja has been performed on each day.

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Shailputri Maa

Brahmacharini Maa

Chandraghanta Maa

Kushmanda Maa

Goddess Skand Mata

Goddess Katyayani

Goddess Kaalratri

Maha Gauri Maa

Goddess Siddhidatri

One can find detailed information on Navratri festival, how is it celebrated, Navratri Calendar 2017 Schedule, reasons behind celebration, how to do worship during nine days of navratri, navratri fasting rules etc visit http://www.festivalsdays.com/navratri-2017-dates.html