Mahananda Navami 2022 Date, Tithi, Rituals, Significance

Mahananda Navami is observed on the ‘Navami’ (9th day) of the ‘Shukla Paksha’ during the month of ‘Magha’ in the traditional Hindu calendar.

Taking bath in the sacred rivers like Ganga and Yamuna is the main ritual of the day.

Mahananda Navami also called as ‘Tala Navami’ in some parts of India.

Mahananda Navami 2022: February 9, Wednesday.

Tithi Begins: February 09, 2022 8:31 AM.

Tithi Ends: February 10, 2022 11:08 AM.

Rituals: Devotees wake up early in the morning and take ritualistic bath at the time of sunrise. They also gather to take bath in the holy rivers. It is believed that by doing so, they will be freed from all sins.

Married women observe a strict fast on this day. They break their fast at night after sighting the moon.

Goddess Durga is worshipped on this day. A special dish known as ‘Taler Bara’ made from ripe palm fruit, grated coconut, flour and sugar is prepared and offered to the goddess.

On this day, devotees visit the temples of Goddess Durga while special puja and rituals are held. Devotees chant religious hymns to receive the divine blessings of the Goddess.

Significance: It is believed that worshipping Goddess Durga on this day will help to conquer evil spirits. Those who worship Goddess Durga will gain freedom from all their sorrows.

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