Navratri 2023- What is Navratri

Navratri is a Hindu Festival that spans over nine days of celebration. Goddess Durga is worshipping in all her mighty forms during the 9 days. This year the festival will be celebrated from 22 March -  30 March 2023 in summer & Sun, 15 Oct, 2023 – Tue, 24 Oct, 2023 in winter. Hindus look forward to Navratri as its celebrations bring with it a lot of festivities. In some parts of the country, Navratri coincides with Durga Pooja and marks double celebrations. 

While according to the Hindu calendar, Navratri is also celebrated in March/April but the one that comes Sept/October is more popularly celebrated. Different parts of the country celebrate Navratri in varying ways. While in Gujarat, Navratri is synonymous with Garba and Dandiya dances and a lot of dressing up and fun, in West Bengal , it is associated with worshipping the 9 avatars of Goddess Durga. In totality, Navratri is marked by lots of fun, dressing up, dancing, eating sweets and giving gifts to each other. One of the most common Navratri gift is sweets with Dandiya sticks. In some parts, people also give Goddess idols as Navratri Gift.


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Navratri, a vibrant and spiritually significant festival in India, is not only about dance, music, and devotion but also a time for exchanging gifts and expressing gratitude. Celebrated over nine nights, this festival is dedicated to the divine feminine energy, personified as Goddess Durga.

Gift-giving during Navratri holds a special place in the hearts of people. It symbolizes love, appreciation, and the spirit of togetherness. Friends and family exchange traditional gifts like clothes, jewelry, and sweets, creating an atmosphere of joy and generosity. These gifts serve as tokens of affection and blessings for a prosperous future.

Gratitude is an essential aspect of Navratri, as devotees express their thanks to the Goddess for her blessings and protection. The act of fasting, meditation, and prayer reflects a deep sense of devotion and humility. It is a time to reflect on life's blessings and offer heartfelt thanks for the strength to overcome obstacles.

In essence, Navratri is not just a festival; it's a beautiful amalgamation of traditions, love, and gratitude that strengthens bonds and enriches the soul.

People often exchange, gifts, sweets, chocolates to mark Navratri Greetings. Along with worshipping the 9 Avatars of Goddess Durga and offering prayers to them, giving Navratri gifts is also main part of this celebration. Apart from the popular gift ideas for Navratri like sweets, idols and chocolates, people also give Navratri decor items, Navratri clothes, Navratri pooja thali etc. Sweets and dry fruits are the chosen gifts for Navratri as they are most loved food item during this festival. 



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