Thursday, October 7, 2010

Navratri begins Shraddh Paksh (Pitri Paksh) ended

Navratri (Navaratri, Navratra) begins from tomorrow, Friday, October 8, 2010. Fortnight long  Shraddh Paksh (Pitri Paksh) has ended today. Ashwin Krishna Amavasya, the last day of he Pitri Paksh is known as Mahalaya. Bengali people observe Mahalaya with great enthusiasm.

Hindu community paid homage to their ancestors during these days. Normally they do not organize any auspicious event during these days.

Navratri begins with joy. Hindu community celebrates this festival by worshiping Nav Durga. Durga Puja is the biggest festival in West Bengal state in India.

I have written few articles about these festivals. Please click below to view those.

Festival of India: Navratri

Navratri Festival of India: Nav Durga

Festival of India: Shraddh Paksh: Pitri Paksh
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for telling..Nice Post..May this navratri bring happiness and Prosperity to all..Happy Navratri.