Navratri and Ramdan start fast today – Amazing confluence of Navratri and Ramadan fast from today

Manjhanpur / Chail. Tuesday comes with the fast of Navratri and a wonderful confluence of Ramadan. On this day, Chaitra Navratri and Mah-e-Ramadan knock together. In the heat of Shiddat, both Hindus and Muslims will implement austerity measures to endure hunger and thirst throughout the day. If someone fasts, someone will fast. Both the temple and the mosque will be gulzar. On the one hand, while Devi songs are played from the temples in the early hours of the morning, on the other hand there will always be Sahri from mosques. Both followers of the religion are ready for the Mubarak festivals.
According to Hindu Panchang, Tuesday (April 13th) is the Shukla Paksha Pratipada date of the month of Chaitra. Navratri will start from this day. Followers of the goddess Durga will fast / fast with wishes, which will take nine days. Much auspicious yoga is also done this time. As it becomes Vishkumbh and Preity Yoga on the first day, its importance continues to grow. It is considered beneficial in astrology. Faithful women and men will observe the entire Navratri fast daily and worship Durga, the goddess of strength. Special precautions were taken in the temples. This temple will be visited in great numbers from early morning until late at night.
On the other hand, Ramadan, the pakijaste month of Muslims, begins on this day. Muslim devotees fast for 14 1/2 hours from early morning until sunset. Special iftar dishes are prepared in the houses. At night there will be taraweeh (special namaz). People are supported around 4 a.m. The mosques throughout the district have been specially decorated. Preparations for Iftar, Tilawat, Ibadat, etc. were also made in the houses. The covid-19 guideline is observed here. More than two dozen mosques in the district are inhabited five times by Namazis. Those who do not offer namaz on normal days are also seen in the mosque.
Different forms of mother are worshiped every day
Carrari. In Navaratri, nine forms of Maa Durga are worshiped by Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidatri. It is believed that Mother Durga lived on earth during these nine days. In such a situation, if auspicious work is started without thinking, then mother’s blessing definitely pours on it and that work is successful.
Mother Durga was born on that day
Carrari. It is believed that Maa Durga was born on the first day of Vasantik Navratri. At the behest of Mother Durga, Brahma created the universe. That is why the Hindu year begins with Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. On the third day of Navratri, Lord Vishnu was born in the Matsya form and founded the earth. Pandit Devesh Shukla says that it is also believed that Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was also born in Vasantika Navratri. From a religious point of view, this Navratri is therefore very important. It is believed that these nine days of Navadurga worship are very auspicious. Therefore, during these nine days, any auspicious work should be done without thinking.
People of both religions prepared for Ramadan and Navratri
Chail. People in Muslim society are preparing for Ramadan. When the moon is seen on the 13th, Muslim society will hold the first fast on the 14th. If not, the fast will begin on April 15th. At the same time, the Bohra Samaj will hold the first Rosa on April 13th, provided that Ramadan begins on April 12th. Preparations for this have already begun in the markets. If we are talking about Navratri here, preparations will be made in the Devi temples by Monday evening. conversation
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Navratra and Ramdan start fast today– Photo: KAUSHAMBI

Manjhanpur / Chail. Tuesday comes with the fast of Navratri and a wonderful confluence of Ramadan. On this day, Chaitra Navratri and Mah-e-Ramadan knock together. In the heat of Shiddat, both Hindus and Muslims will put austerity measures to endure hunger and thirst throughout the day. If someone fasts, someone will fast. Both the temple and the mosque will be gulzar. On the one hand, Devi songs will be played in the early morning hours from the temples, on the other hand there will always be Sahri from mosques. Both followers of the religion are ready for the Mubarak festivals.

According to Hindu Panchang, Tuesday (April 13th) is the Shukla Paksha Pratipada date of the month of Chaitra. Navratri will start from that day. Followers of the goddess Durga will fast / fast with wishes, which will take nine days. Much auspicious yoga is also done this time. As it becomes Vishkumbh and Preity Yoga on the first day, its importance continues to increase. It is considered beneficial in astrology. Faithful women and men will observe the entire Navratri fast every day and worship Durga, the goddess of strength. Special precautions were taken in the temples. This temple will be visited in great numbers from early morning until late at night.

On the other hand, Ramadan, the pakijaste month of Muslims, begins on this day. Muslim devotees fast for 14 1/2 hours from early morning until sunset. Special iftar dishes are prepared in the houses. At night there will be taraweeh (special namaz). People are supported around 4 a.m. The mosques throughout the district have been specially decorated. Preparations for Iftar, Tilawat, Ibadat, etc. were also made in the houses. The covid-19 guideline is observed here. More than two dozen mosques in the district are inhabited five times by Namazis. Those who do not offer namaz on normal days are also seen in the mosque.

Different forms of mother are worshiped every day

Carrari. In Navaratri, nine forms of Maa Durga are worshiped by Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kalratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidatri. It is believed that Mother Durga lived on earth during these nine days. In such a situation, if auspicious work is started without thinking, then mother’s blessing definitely pours on it and that work is successful.

Mother Durga was born on that day

Carrari. It is believed that Maa Durga was born on the first day of Vasantik Navratri. At the behest of Mother Durga, Brahma created the universe. That is why the Hindu year begins with Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. On the third day of Navratri, Lord Vishnu was born in the Matsya form and founded the earth. Pandit Devesh Shukla says that it is also believed that Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, was also born in Vasantika Navratri. From a religious point of view, this Navratri is therefore very important. It is believed that these nine days of Navadurga worship are very auspicious. Therefore, during these nine days, any auspicious work should be done without thinking.

People of both religions prepared for Ramadan and Navratri

Chail. The people of Muslim society are busy preparing for Ramadan. When the moon is seen on the 13th, Muslim society will hold the first fast on the 14th. If not, the fast will begin on April 15th. At the same time, Bohra Samaj will hold the first Rosa on April 13th, provided Ramadan starts on April 12th. Preparations for this have already begun in the markets. If we are talking about Navratri here, preparations will be made in the Devi temples by Monday evening. conversation

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Navratra and Ramdan start fast today

Navratra and Ramdan start fast today– Photo: KAUSHAMBI

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