This Navratra the Kalash can be established in different auspicious times from 6 am to 12 noon in Navratri starting from 17 October. Devotees get special blessings by worshiping different forms of Maa Durga every day during Navratri also celebrated as Durga Puja.
Devotees get special blessings by worshiping different forms of Maa Durga every day during Navratri. Know about the auspicious time to worship Goddess Durga, the method of worship and the materials used in worship reading below.
Sharadiya Navratri 2020 (Navratri 2020) is starting on Saturday i.e. October 17. It is believed that Mother Durga will come from heaven to the earth on the auspicious occasion of Navratri (Durga Puja). These nine days are very important in Hinduism. During this time, the nine forms of the Goddess are worshiped with by the devotees.
Auspicious timing for Navratri 2020
6.10 am to 9.04 am – Ashwin Ghat Installation Muhurta
9.04 to 10.32 am – Rahu Kaal Muhurta
11.36 am to 12.22 pm – Abhijeet Muhurta
Note Down these materials you need for puja
There is a tradition of installing urns (kalash) in homes and temples during Navratri. You will need these things to establish an urn.
Puja area preparation Materials
A chowki (raised wooden platform or a table for keeping the idol/photo frame of the Mother Goddess), Clean red cloth for placing above the Chowki, Brass/silver/ lamp for Akhand Jyot. Goddess Durga’s photo or idol made of Pancha Dhatu (five metals).
Barley clay Earthen pitcher( kalash), It May also be of gold, silver or copper. Ganga water to fill in the urn, Molly (Sacred thread (red and yellow), Perfume, Whole betel nut, Durva, Some coins to keep in the urn. Pancharatna, Ashoka or Mango leaves, Lid for pitcher, Whole rice to keep on the lid, Water coconut with its husk, Red cloth, a garland of flowers. An earthen tray or a plate that is bigger than the Kalash. Nav Dhanya (seeds of nine different grains), Flowers.
Sindoor, mehendi, kajal, bindi, bangles, toe ring, comb, aalta, mirror, anklets, perfume, earrings, nosepin, necklace, red chunri, mahavar, hairpins etc. Trays for arranging the offerings.
Haldi, Kumkum, Chandan, Akshat, Sacred thread (red and yellow),Agarbatti (incense sticks), Dhoop, Sesame or mustard oil or ghee for lamp (for Akhand Jyot), Sweets, Flower, Fruits (banana and any other fruit). Cotton wicks,
Mookh Shudhi Materials
Laung-elaichi (clove and cardamom), Paan and supari.
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