Durga Puja Decoration Ideas
Durga Puja is one of the biggest and most important festivals of India.During Durga Puja mother Goddess Durga is worshiped. Some of the major Hindu festivals celebrated here are Makar Sankranti or Pongal, Holi, Durga Puja, Ganesh Chathurthi, Diwali, Ram Navmi, Ugadi, Onam and the list goes on .Navratri is the nine-day festival dedicated to Devi Durga by Hindus all over India. The nine days represent the nine form of Goddess Durga, and its a new night for Durga for the next nine days. These nine forms are worshipped throughout India. In Pooja lighting of lamps at home . Durga Puja is also known as Durgotsava. Durgotsava refers to all five days festivity and these five days are ascertained as Shashthi, Maha Saptami, Maha Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami. Accordant to Hindu religious trade Durga Puja, exclude Chandi Path, should start from the next day of Mahalaya Amavasya. Mahalaya is the most of import day of Pitru Paksha when Hindus pay homage to their ascendant, is not considered for starting any bright work.Most of states except West Bengal do Ghatasthapana on Pratipada which is the next day of Mahalaya Amavasya. Ghatasthapana is like to Kalparambha during Durga Puja when Deity Durga is invoked. Kalparambha mostly falls on Shashthi Tithi during Devi Paksha. According to regional customs and beliefs Durga Puja during Shardiya Navratri change from nine days to one day only which is also mentioned in Dharmasindhu. The Divinity Durga arrives on the Earth off the first day of Devi Paksha which starts on the future day of Mahalaya Amavasya during Pitru Paksha. She relation on Durga visarjan day. The weekdays when she arrives and departs are important and considered as omen of coming period of time.