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Durga Navami 2017 Wishes: Happy Maha Navami Messages, WhatsApp GIF Images, Quotes to Send Shubho Navami Greetings

Durga Navami 2017 Wishes: Best Messages, WhatsApp GIF Images, Quotes to Send Shubho Navami Greetings




Durga Navami or Maha Navami is the last day of the Navratri festival. Maha Navami will be celebrated on September 29, 2017, in India. Mahanavami festival is often commemorated with mixed emotions as the fun festivity of Navaratri comes to an end on this day. Durga Navami is often considered as a resting day and people in various states prepare for the grand celebrations of Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami. Devotees of Goddess Durga send Shubho Navami messages and greetings to their friends and family on WhatsApp, Facebook and other social media platforms. Durga Navami is also the day or Ayudha Puja, Saraswati Puja and Kanya Puja in different Indian states. Navratri Colours 2017 For Each Date: List of all 9 Colours to Wear Every Day During Navaratri Festival to Please Goddess Durga.
Durga Navami is the final day of the Navaratri festival as well as the last day of Durga Puja. Durga Puja on Maha Navami begins with Mahasnan and Shodashopachar Puja and the celebration also includes Sandhi Puja. Navaratri festival is a celebration of the nine forms of Shakti and according to the Hindu scriptures, Goddess Durga destroys the demons of Mahishasura on the day of Maha Navami. The ninth day of Navaratri is also celebrated as Ayudha Puja in states like Sikkim, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, etc. various instruments are worshipped on this day. We have made a compilation of Shubho Navami wishes and messages, WhatsApp Gif Images and Quotes to send to your friends and family. Durga Puja 2017 Calendar: Date & Time of Durga Ashtami, Maha Navami and Vijayadashami with Puja Mahurat.


WhatsApp Reads: May Goddess Durga Bless You Like She Blessed Rama To Fight The Evil Like He Fought Ravana. Happy Maha Navami!

WhatsApp Reads: On This Auspicious Occasion Of Durga Navami I Wish, You Are Blessed With Prosperity, Happiness, Health, Wealth And Success By Maa Durga. Happy Maha Navami!

WhatsApp Reads: May The Festival Of Mahanavmi Be The Harbinger Of Joy And Prosperity. As The Holy Occasion Of Mahanavmi Is Here And The Atmosphere Is Filled With The Spirit Of Mirth And Love. Hoping This Festival Will Bring Peace and Prosperity For Everyone. Happy Navratri and Mahanavmi!

WhatsApp Reads: On The Pious Occasion Of Mahanavami May Maa Durga Fulfill All Of Your Wishes. Happy Mahanavami!

WhatsApp Reads: May this festival fill your life with the colours of happiness and prosperity, that brings joy to you and your loved ones. May the divine blessings of Maa Durga be always with you.

WhatsApp Reads: May Maa Durga empower You & Your Family with her Nine Swaroopa of Name, Fame, Health, Wealth, Happiness, Humanity, Education, Bhakti and Shakti. Happy Maha Navami!

WhatsApp Reads: As The Candle Light Flame Ur Life May Always Be Happy As The Mountain High U Move Without Shy As Sunshine Creates Morning Glory Fragrance Fills Years As Flory All Darkness Is Far Away. Wishing U Happy Maha Navami!

WhatsApp Reads: This Maha Durga Navami, May You Be Blessed With Good Fortune As Long As Ganesh Ji’s Trunk Wealth & Prosperity As Big As His Stomach Happiness As Sweet As His Ladoos & May Your Trouble Be As Small His Mouse. Happy Maha Navami!

WhatsApp Reads: With Goddess Durga Showering Her Grace And Blessings To Fill Our Home And Hearts With It, May This Navaratri Be Extra Special, To Share This Moment With The World. Wish You A Happy Maha Navami!

The main forms of Shakti or Goddess Durga that are worshipped on the occasion of Maha Navami are Saraswati (the Goddess of wisdom, arts and literature), Lakshmi (the goddess of wealth) and Parvati (the divine mother). Maha Navami celebrations in India vary from state to state, but the underlying reason for celebration remains the victory of good over evil. Here is wishing everyone a Happy Durga Navami.



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