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Navratri Utsav Vellayani Devi Temple Kerala

Navratri Utsav: Vellayani Devi Temple in Kerala!

Kerala is known for its unique temples and temple architecture. There are several ancient temples that are even mentioned in Hindu scriptures. One such unique temple is Vellayani Devi Temple on the eastern banks of Vellayani Lake in Thiruvananthapuram. Goddess Kali, ...
Travel Mysore To Attend Dasara Festivities

Travel to Mysore to Attend Dasara Festivities!

Myore Dasara is one of the most famous celebrations that happen in India during Navratri. When the whole nation celebrates the 9 nine nights dedicated to Maa Durga, Mysore also takes part in the festivities in its own unique way. Mysore ...
Navratri Utsav Best Places To Celebrate Navratri Mumbai

Navratri Utsav: Best Places to Celebrate Navratri in Mumbai

Navratri is one of the festivals that is celebrated across India. Each place has its own unique way of celebrating Navratri, the 9 days dedicated to 9 forms of Goddess Durga. Mumbai is one among the best places to celebrate Navratri. ...
Durga Puja In Kolkata A Travel To The Dussehra Capital Of India

Travel To The Dussehra Capital Of India; Why Should We Visit Kolkata During Durga Puja?

It's that time of the year again when Good prevails over the Evil! Let's travel to the Dussehra capital of India, Kolkata in West Bengal, where Dussehra is celebrated in all its splendour. Durga Puja in Kolkata is considered to be ...
Navratri Utsav Celebrations At Vaishno Devi Temple

Navratri Utsav: Celebrations at Vaishno Devi Temple

Vaishno Devi Temple or Vaishno Devi Mandir located in Katra in Jammu & Kashmir, is one of the temples that celebrate Navratri in all its grandeur. Here Navratri is celebrated twice, Chaitra Navratra before the start of summer and Shardiya Navratra ...
Devi Temples In And Around Mysore

Navratri Utsav: Most Amazing Devi Temples In and Around Mysore

Navratri Festival's moto is 'celebrating the good over evil'! Myth has it that Goddess Kali (Durga) killed the demon Mahishasura after fighting for 9-long days. It is these nine days which is observed as Navratri or Dasara in India. Interestingly, Navratri ...
Maluti Temples In Jharkhand

Maluti: In The Forgotten Heritage

We have seen rangoli competitions, sand art competitions and so on but what is this temple building competition? Maluti Temples are an example that our Kings did everything classy! No, they didn't aim at simple competitions instead tried elusive things. Yes, ...
Vidyarambham At Thiruvullakkavu Temple Kerala

Navratri Utsav: Vidyarambham at Thiruvullakkavu Temple in Kerala!

Navratri is the celebration of the 9 forms of Goddess Durga. One of the important days is Vijayadashami, the 10th or the final day of the celebrations. This day is considered auspicious among Hindus to start anything important, whether it is ...
Celebrate Navratri At Mutharamman Temple

Navratri Utsav: Celebrate Navratri at Mutharamman Temple!

Navratri is one of those festivals in India that are celebrated in all parts of the country. Being one of the major Hindu festivals, the nine days of Navratri are dedicated to the 9 forms of Goddess Durga. Mutharamman Temple located ...
Navratri Utsav 2016 Celebrations Bengaluru Events Dates

Navratri Utsav 2016: Celebrations in Bengaluru (Events & Dates)

Navratri is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. Goddess Durga is worshipped in every part of India, and the celebrations take place in each part of India with dance, music and several other activities. Bengaluru is a city that ...
Navratri Utsav Famous Saraswati Temples In India

Navratri Utsav: Famous Saraswati Temples in India

Navratri is one of the major Hindu festivals in India. The festival is dedicated to Goddess Durga. Navaratri is a Sanskrit word translated to '9 nights'. These 9 days and nights, 9 forms of the goddess are worshipped. The celebrations take ...
Navratri Festival Gujarat

Celebrating Navratri in Gujarat

Navratri is one of the popular and long festivals in India. Nava means 'nine' and ratri means 'night', this festival goes on for 9 nights and 10 days. It is dedicated to Hindu deity Durga; 9 forms of goddess Durga are ...

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