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Navrati- Garba- Dandiya Festivel

Started by EmbroideryShristi, October 10, 2012, 04:04:24 pm

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yes Navratri is the big festival in india... It has its own important in indian people's life.



October 10, 2012, 04:13:11 pm #3 Last Edit: October 10, 2012, 04:34:19 pm by EmbroideryShristi
On Navrati we wear special type of costume for the Traditional Garba Dance.I think it would be a great Example for you all to see that costume of Garba.It is heavy Embroideried Dress.Those all design are aviable at our Website.Visit our website for Indian Traditional Dress


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I cannot count my day complete 'til needle, thread and fabric meet.


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October 10, 2012, 04:04:24 pm #1 Last Edit: October 04, 2013, 07:39:22 pm by EmbroideryShristi

Happy Navrati to all members in advance.Navrati this year in 2012 starting from October 16 - October 24.This festivel is celebrate in different manner in different parts of the India and Gujarati Garba is famous among all.

This Nine Days we all will play Garba whole night and pray to lord to fill our life full of happiness."Gujarati are incomplete without Garba"

Go through these fascinating Navratri Facts and empower yourself with more knowledge about the festival:

Navaratri is observed twice a year, once in the beginning of summer and again at the onset of winter.

The word "Navaratri", a conjunction of two words "nava" (meaning "nine") and "ratri" (meaning "night"), literally means "nine nights".

Sharad Navratri, Vasant Navratri and Ashada Navratri are the three main Navratri celebrations in India.

Sharad Navratri is the foremost of the Navratri festivals. Celebrated during the Hindu Sharad season (September-October), it celebrates the slaying of demon Mahishasura by Goddess Durga.

Sharad Navratri is observed for nine days and nine nights, with three days each for the worship of three different aspects of Mother Shakti - as Goddess Durga for the first three days, as Goddess Lakshmi for the next three days and as Goddess Saraswati for the final three days.

Vasant Navratri is celebrated during the Hindu Vasant season (March- April), and is celebrated in North India.

Ashada Navratri is celebrated during the Hindu Ashada season (July-August), and is celebrated in Himachal Pradesh.

Nine forms of Mother Shakti(the female form of power) - Durga, Bhadrakali, Jagadamba, Annapurna, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandika, Lalita, Bhavani and Mookambika - are worshipped during the Navratri. The forms worshipped differ from region to region.

The dates of the Navratri festival are set as per the lunar calendar. The occassion traditionally commences on Pratipada, the first day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Ashwin.

The Dusshera festival immediately follows Navratri to make a 10 day festive occassion in many places.

I cannot count my day complete 'til needle, thread and fabric meet.

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