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Maha Navami 2019: History, Significance, Puja, Festival, WhatsApp Quotes, Wishes, Greetings, Tweets, FB Status, Photos, Images, Tithi, Muhurat, Facts

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The Hindu festival, Maha Navami, which is an important and crucial day of the Hindu festival, Navaratri, which is known as Durga Puja also in the West Bengal side and the East India side, is touted and regarded as one of the most famous and the popular Hindu festival ever.

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It is the Hindu festival, Navaratri, is nine nights and ten days Indian and the Hindu festival, predominately celebrates in India by the Hindu citizen and the population and in the abroad also Indians celebrate the Hindu festival Navaratri anyway.

Globally, the Hindu festival Navaratri is celebrated and observe with the massive enthusiasm and zeal amongst all India people and it is also perfect and an ideal day when friends and the family members wish each other which is also spread positivity around us and our lives anyway.

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Maha Navami 2019: History, Significance, Puja, Festival, WhatsApp Quotes, Wishes, Greetings, Tweets, FB Status, Photos, Images, Tithi, Muhurat, Facts

It is the ninth day of the Hindu festival, Navaratri or the Durga Puja is known as the Navami, or Maha Navami or the Durga Navami and this year we all Indians will celebrate and observed the Hindu festival Navami from Sunday, October 6th that will go on and extend into the afternoon of Monday, October 7, 2019.

The Hindu festival, Maha Navami Tithi is all set to begin at 10:24 am on Sunday, October 6, 2019, which will marks in ends at 12:38 pm on Monday, October 7, 2019 anyway, and on the Hindu festival Navami, or the Durga Navami, which it falls on the 9th day of the Hindu festival Navaratri, the 9th avatar of the Hindu Goddess Maa Durga, known as the Hindu deity Sidhidatri.

The Hindu Goddess Mata Sidhidatri can be seen sitting on a lotus, she is believed to possess and grant and present all types of Siddhis.

She is having four hands and she is also known as Saraswati Devi. The light blue color of the day showcase an admiration towards beauty and glory of nature, which is incredible, is not.

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