It is believed that bringing these things home on Navratri brings good luck…

Durgapuja is coming. This time the festival of Sharadiya Navratri is starting from October 15th. The festival will start on October 15 and end on October 24. It is believed that Mother Durga bestows her blessings on her devotees during this time. However, according to the astrologer, there are things that are auspicious to bring home during Navratri.

During Navratri, housewives are not allowed to bring shells, vermilion and other decorative items to the house and wear them. Men should buy new clothes and jewelry for their wives at this time.

You know that peacock feathers are very good. During Navratri, it is believed that the eyes of Lord Shrikrishna along with Mother Durga, who brings peacock feathers to the house, will be on the devotees.

At this time it is very good to bring home a palm flower or a photo of a palm flower. You know Padma is a great favorite of Mother Durga. Worshiping mother with this flower is even better.

Some people also bring home gold or rupee coins at this time. Note that bringing gold and silver coins during Navratri is auspicious for the home.

It is believed that bringing these things home on Navratri brings good luck...
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The Traditional Durga Puja at Bhubaneswar Gadkan village

The Durga Puja held in Gadkan village is said to be the second oldest in Bhubaneswar. In this puja, which started in 66 years, every year Maa Durga’s Mahishamardini form is very popular. The hand carved sculpture of Rabindra Muduli, a skilled and well-known craftsman of Barang Phulpokhari, is very interesting.

The 14-feet-tall statue of Mrinmayi and the exquisitely-worked colorful jarimedhs always win the hearts of the devotees. Though not famous for this puja on a budget of Rs 12 lakh, the pooja pendal will be decorated with the latest beautiful lights. The specialty of this puja is the preservation of rules and traditions. The constitution is given more importance than the outward appearance.

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Various puja implements and mango leaves are collected from the surrounding villages for Maa’s worship. Like every year, this year also in Mahanabami, mothers will have a Khechudi Anna. And water Curd rice will be eaten and distributed to the devotees on the holy day of Vijaya Dasami.

Another special feature of this puja is that a quintal weight is attached to the mother. The said laddu is distributed to the devotees during Bhasani festival in North Bhubaneswar. This year’s Bhasani festival will feature traditional dances and art performances.

It is believed that bringing these things home on Navratri brings good luck...
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After the auction, the Laddu is divided

A quintal of huge laddu bhog attached to the mother is auctioned on the occasion of Bhasani. Devotees eagerly look forward to the auction. The auction money is naturally invested in the worship, while the winner of the auction distributes the laddu to the devotees in the form of prasad. This is a rare tradition.

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