Navratri puja vidhi

Typically, she is depicted as riding a bull. While on one hand she holds her trident, on the other she holds a lotus flower. Goddess Shailputri is also referred to as ‘Hemavati’. She is the most important of all the nine forms of Durga, which is why she is worshipped on the very first day. Just like Goddess Sati, Shailputri, too, is married to Lord Shiva.


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You must have already cleaned your house and decorations with flowers and rangoli have been done. Most devotees start the Navratri fast today. They eat special vrat food only once a day - in the evening. Navratri is a time for feeling contented, enjoying with family and friends dressing up and of course rangoli, Garba dance and lights! But do take precautions as the Covid pandemic is still raging. Make this Navratri memorable with family at home.

Navratri 2020 1st Day Maa Shailputri puja vidhi and mantra: The nine days of Navratri are dedicated to the worship of the nine different forms of Goddess Durga. As such, the first day of the festival begins with Shailputri puja. This year, the festivities begin on October 17 and end on October 25.

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According to the Hindu mythology, Goddes Shailputri was born after Goddess Sati had self-immolated. Also known as Parvati — the daughter of Himalaya — Goddesss Shailputri (‘shail’ meaning mountain and ‘putri’ meaning daughter), is worshipped on the first day. According to Drik Panchang, it is believed that the goddess governs the moon — the provider of all fortunes.

The first day of Navratri is 'Pratipada' and Goddess Shailputri is worshipped today. According to scriptures, Shailputri is the daughter of Lord Himalaya. She is also known as Parvati, Bhavani and Hemavati. She has a half moon on her forehead and holds a trident in her right hand and a lotus in her left hand. Shailputri is seated on Nandi (bull).