Muhurat and Auspicious Time for Navratri Pujan 2013
The rituals of the Navratri 2013 will be carried out according to the fixed muhurat of Navratri for 2013. Performing this puja according to the muhurat will increase the auspiciousness of this day. All the Hindus believe in that all the rituals and pujan vidhi should be done as per the auspicious timing only. They also believe that if the puja is done according to the muhurat then it reaches directly to the deities and this is considered as the only path that will lead you towards the God without any obstacle. On this day of
Navratri, the Goddess Durga is worshipped by the Hindus.
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The people celebrate this festival of Navratri four times in a year and only the two celebrations among them are the most popular. The Sharad Navratri and Chaitra Navratri is celebrated on the large scale with full zeal and enthusiasm but the other two i.e. ashadhi gupt navratri and maghi gupt navratri are celebrated on small scale. press release website list . The latter navratri are not popular among most of the people.
May it be any navratri, the worship will be performed according to the muhurat only. The muhurat timing will be different for all four. So, here we will discuss about all the muhurat timings for 2013 separately.
Muhurat for Sharad Navratri in 2013
On 5th of October, there will be Ashwin Shukla Paksha and the Ghat Sthapna will be held on Pratipada which will be according to the Hindu calendar. Apart from that Abhijit time will also be accepted as another muhurat for establishing ghat.
Ghat Sthapana Abhijit Muhurat will be started at 12:06 and will be end at 12:46
Navaratri is a medium by which you may express your dedication to the Goddess Durga and may seek for her blessings. If the pujan is conducted on the muhurat then this will bestow peace on the worshippers. The Navratri festival is celebrated for 9 days and after that Ram navmi and Dusshera is carried out.
The muhurat timing will ensure you that the God will shower his blessing on you and your family. This is a way that shows your devotion and dedication towards the Almighty.
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Created: Wednesday, September 25 2013
Author: Lokesh Jagirdar