New Delhi | Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Chaitra Navrtarti is one the biggest and significant festival in India. It is celebrated for nine days where devotees observe fast and reach out to their nearby temples to worship the goddess. The festival marks the victory of good over evil. It is believed that the goddess killed evil Mahisasura-- who attacked Trilok (Earth, Heaven, and Hell) during this period.
Thousands visit Shaktipeeth located around different parts of the country during Chaitra to celebrate the auspicious festival. But time around, since there is a countrywide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, devotees may not be able to reach to their desired temples.
But, you can still watch live aarti from your homes and by doing so help the authorities prevent spread of COVID-19. While some of them will bring you the live aarti on YouTube platform, some of them have dedicated websites such as mhone.in, dakshineswarkalitemple.org, mansadevi.org.in, maavaishnodevi.org the temple from where you can watch the live aarti.
The live aarti is expected to begin at From 6:19 am and last till 7:17 pm on March 25 (Kalasthapan).
Here are some of the most sacred temples in India who are expected to stream live aarti during Navrtari.
Vaishno Devi Temple, Jammu & Kashmir
Chamunda Devi Temple, Himachal Pradesh
Kamakhya Temple, Assam
Amba Mata Temple, Gujarat
Naina Devi Mandir
Jwala Devi temple in Himachal Pradesh
Mansa Devi in Uttarkhand
Patan Devi Temple in Uttar Pradesh
Dakshineswar Kali Mandir, Kolkata
Karni Mata Temple, Rajasthan
Chamundeshwari Temple, Karnataka
Kanaka Durga, Andhra Pradesh
Shree Durga Parameshwari Temple, Kateel, Karnataka
Durga Temple, Varanasi
Banashankari Temple, Karnataka
It is believed that worshipping nine forms of goddess Durga helps us built nine essential traits in our lives. As per religious beliefs, worshipping Goddess Durga leads to wealth, fortune, and success. The festival is celebrated twice every year-- one during the month of March/ April known as Chaitra Navratri and other during October or November.
Posted By: James Kuanal