Navdurga Puja
Shraddh Puja or pindadan

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NavDurga Puja

Nav Durga Puja is a Hindu religious festival that is celebrated during Navratri, a nine-day festival in the Hindu calendar. Navratri is a festival that is dedicated to the worship of the goddess Durga, who is believed to be a manifestation of the divine feminine energy or Shakti. During Nav Durga Puja, nine different forms of the goddess Durga are worshipped, each one representing a different aspect of her divine energy. The puja involves offering prayers and performing rituals to the goddess and is typically performed by Hindu priests in temples or by devotees in their homes.

It is a celebration of the divine feminine, and is observed twice a year: once in the spring, and once in the fall. During Navaratri, Hindus worship the nine forms of the goddess Durga, also known as the “Navadurga”. Each day of Navaratri is dedicated to one of the nine forms of Durga, and rituals and ceremonies are performed in her honor. The festival culminates on the tenth day, called Vijayadashami, which is a day of victory and celebration.

Navratri is a major festival in Hinduism and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion throughout India and in other parts of the world where Hindu communities exist.


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General Description

Navaratri is an important festival in Hinduism and is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm all over India and in other parts of the world where Hindus reside. It is a time of spiritual reflection, worship, and celebration.

The festival has many different meanings and traditions associated with it, depending on the region and the community. In general, however, Navaratri is a celebration of the divine feminine, specifically of the goddess Durga and her nine forms. It is believed that during Navaratri, the goddess Durga manifests herself on Earth and helps to defeat the forces of evil and bring about goodness and prosperity.

The nine forms of the goddess Durga that are worshipped during Navaratri are:

Shailputri: The first form of Durga, Shailputri means “daughter of the mountain”. She is depicted as a beautiful woman riding a bull and carrying a trident and a lotus flower.

Brahmacharini: The second form of Durga, Brahmacharini means “one who practices severe penance”. She is depicted as a calm and serene woman carrying a japamala (prayer beads) and a kamandalu (water pot).

Chandraghanta: The third form of Durga, Chandraghanta means “one who has a half-moon shaped bell on her forehead”. She is depicted as a fierce warrior with ten hands carrying various weapons and riding a lion.

Kushmanda: The fourth form of Durga, Kushmanda means “the creator of the universe”. She is depicted as a woman with eight arms carrying various weapons and riding a lion.

Skandamata: The fifth form of Durga, Skandamata means “mother of Skanda (a Hindu god)”. She is depicted as a woman with four arms holding her son Skanda and riding a lion.

Katyayani: The sixth form of Durga, Katyayani means “daughter of Sage Katyayana”. She is depicted as a beautiful woman with four arms carrying a sword and a shield.

Kalaratri: The seventh form of Durga, Kalaratri means “the black night”. She is depicted as a fierce and terrifying woman with four arms carrying a sword and a trident.

Mahagauri: The eighth form of Durga, Mahagauri means “the extremely white one”. She is depicted as a beautiful woman with four arms carrying a trident and a damaru (drum).

Siddhidatri: The ninth and final form of Durga, Siddhidatri means “giver of siddhis (supernatural powers)”. She is depicted as a woman with four arms seated on a lotus and holding a conch shell and a discus.

Poojan Samagri Required for Navdurga Puja : 

There are several items that are typically used in this puja –

Provided by us: Supari, Laung, Roli, Chandan, Janeu, Hawan Kund.

To be arranged by the client: Haldi Powder, Haldi Gath, Ganga Jal, Mishri, Sugar, Black Til, Kusha, Kapoor, Dhoop, Ghee, Batti (Round), Batti (Long), Match Stick, Deepak, Agarbatti, Red Cloth, White Cloth, Yellow Cloth, Gud, Sindoor, Kesar, Panchmeva, Elaichi, Dona, Moli, Itra, Fruits, Sweets, Nariyal, Flowers, Dhurwa, Dhoti Gamcha, Bel Patra, Tulsi, Banana Leaves, Banana Stems, Phool Mala, Prasad(Seera/Panjire/Churma/Sweets), Aasan, Paata, Plates / Bowls / Spoons, Goddess Pictures, Prasad (Kheer Poori, Sweets, etc), Chowki, Kalash, Shringar Set.

Note: It’s common for pandits to provide the basic puja (worship) materials for the ceremonies or rituals they perform. However, if you prefer to provide your own puja materials then let us know, or alternatively, you can try ordering puja materials from us as well, we do provide a complete pujan samagri kit at a nominal cost but you have to inform us in advance.

It is believed that the timing of an event can have a significant impact on its outcome and success. Therefore, choosing an auspicious muhurta for performing a puja or other religious ceremony is considered to be very important, and The place where a puja (Hindu religious ceremony) is performed is considered to be very important in Hinduism. It is believed that the place where the puja is performed can significantly influence its effectiveness and the blessings that are received.

To know more about the Navdurga Puja and its muhurta, feel free to call our pundits as they can help you find the auspicious time and dates as per your convenience and suitability.

According to Hindu tradition, there are many benefits to worshipping the nine forms of the goddess Durga during Navaratri. Some of the benefits are believed to include:

  • Protection from harm and danger: It is believed that worshipping Durga during Navaratri helps to protect devotees from harm and danger.
  • Overcoming difficulties and obstacles: Durga is believed to be a powerful force that helps her devotees overcome difficulties and obstacles in their lives.
  • Bringing prosperity and abundance: Worshipping Durga is believed to bring prosperity, abundance, and success to devotees.
  • Granting wishes and blessings: It is believed that Durga is able to grant the wishes and blessings of her devotees.
  • Bestowing spiritual enlightenment: Worshipping Durga is believed to help devotees achieve spiritual enlightenment and a deeper understanding of the divine.
  • Promoting good health and well-being: Durga is believed to bring good health and well-being to those who worship her.


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Here are some frequently asked questions about booking pandits or Hindu priests for worship  ceremonies and other events:

How can I book a pandit online?

It’s always a good idea to do your research before booking a pandit, to ensure that you find someone who is experienced and reliable, well we have 500+ verified experts, No matter whether the puja is held at home or the office, our expert pandits and purohits can take care of it with excellence, You can book our pandit via call or email or just by filling the form given on each puja page.

What are available payments mode?

There are many different payment modes that you can use when booking a pandit through our website. Some common options include Credit cards, Debit cards, and Online payment methods such as Phonepe, Google Pay, and PayTM, which allow you to make secure payments online using your phone or computer, we may also accept cash payment but It’s important to confirm the payment methods that are accepted by us. This will help ensure that you have smooth and quality puja services in the most pious and hassle-free manner.

Do I need to provide my own puja materials?

If you prefer to provide your own puja materials it’s good but It’s important to make sure that you have all the necessary materials for the ceremony or puja, as well as any other items that may be required for the specific ritual or event you are planning. You can either discuss your needs with us or alternatively, you can order puja materials from us to ensure that you have everything you need.

Can we re-schedule the puja once booking is done?

If you need to reschedule a puja that you have already booked, the best course of action is to contact the pandit or our support team as soon as possible to discuss your options as they will be able to advise you on the feasibility of rescheduling, however, It’s a good idea to have a few alternative dates in mind before booking for a puja to avoid re-scheduling, as this will make it easier to find a suitable confirmed date for the puja’s.

Do you provide muhurata service?

Muhurat is a term used in Hindu astrology to refer to an auspicious time or date for performing certain actions or ceremonies. The selection of an auspicious muhurta is an important factor to consider when planning a puja, If you are interested in booking muhurta services then Keep in mind that muhurta services may involve additional nominal fees or charges, depending on the pandit, hence it’s good idea to discuss the cost of these services upfront to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the fees involved, however in most of the cases we wave off the muhurta fees.

Do you provide temple puja services?

If you are planning to book a pandit to perform a puja at a specific temple in India (Any temple), let us know in advance because we need to contact the temple to confirm availability and any requirements to perform a puja at their location. Different temples may have different policies and procedures for booking pujas, hence it’s important to understand these before making any arrangements, It’s always a good idea to communicate clearly with the pandit and the temple staff to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that the ceremony goes smoothly. Planning ahead and being organized will help ensure a successful and meaningful puja or ceremony experience.

What factors should I consider when choosing a pandit?

Some factors to consider when choosing a pandit include their experience, reputation, availability, and any specialized skills or knowledge they may have. You may also want to consider the type of puja or ceremony you are planning and whether the pandit has experience with this type of event, well if you hire a pandit from our team then you don’t need to worry about it, we take care of everything.

How much does it cost to book a Pandit for Durga Puja?

The cost of booking a puja can vary widely depending on factors such as the pandit’s experience and reputation, the location of the event, and the length and complexity of the puja or ceremony. It’s a good idea to discuss the cost upfront with the pandit or with us to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the fees involved.

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