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Coming Date Maha Ashtmi2013

Maha Ashtmi2013 will Coming on 12 October 2013.

About Maha Ashtmi

Maha Ashtmi is Festival of Navratri.Maha Ashtmi is Called Durga Ashtmi.This Festival is Navratri's day of Eight.This Day Durga Puja and  Large Celebration on this Day.The largest religious festival for the Hindus enters the third day today with thousands of devotees being expected to throng the puja mandaps (pavilion) to worship the mother goddess.
This is the most important day of Durga Puja, known as Durga Ashtami,and Durga Pooja Vrat as it celebrates the victory of the goddess over Mahishasura (the buffalo-demon from Hindu mythology).
Kumari Puja, Suvasini Puja and Dampat Puja are also performed on Durga Ashtami. Durga Puja is an important Hindu Festival celebrated all over India with different rituals and festivities especially in eastern India. It is celebrated in the month of September/October every year.Durga Puja is one of the most important festivals in India. Durga Puja is more than a festival. It is a celebration of life, culture, popular customs and traditions. It is a time ofreunion and rejuvenation to love, to share and to care.
Durga Puja is an important Hindu Festival celebrated all over India with different rituals and festivities especially in eastern India. It is celebrated in the month of September/October every year.

Maha Ashtmi Importants

Maha Ashtmi is one of the major festivals of India. It is celebrated all over the country with great fervor and enthusiasm. But in Bengal, Durga Puja has its own special way of celebration. Durga Puja is generally celebrated in Sharana Navratri. Dura Puja Vrat is actually celebrated in the Navratri of the months of September and October. Durga Puja is actually a festival of nine nights and ten days. Durga Puja is generally celebrated to worship Mother Shakti believed to be the creator of this whole Universe according to Hindu mythology. In these nine nights nine different manifestations of Mother Shakti are worshipped by the devotees. Durga Puja culminates finally on the tenth day with the Murti Visarjan of Goddess Durga in some river or lake. There are many rituals connected with each day of Durga Puja. But the most important days of Durga Puja festivity are seventh and eighth day known as Maha Saptmi and Maha Ashtmi among the devotees. Each of these days has their mythological significance in Hindu mythology. Wire money online to India with for as low as $4.99 Significance Of Durga Puja Durga Puja is celebrated to worship deity or the Mother Shakti, who in order to save this creation from Mahissasur ultimately took the shape of Goddess Durga having ten arms and riding a lion. In each of her hand Goddess carries weapons given to her by the rest of the Gods to annihilate Mahissasur. Thus we can say that Goddess Durga is the warrior aspect of the Mother Shakti. It is believed that after fierce battle with Mahissasur, Goddess Durga finally annihilated Mahissasur and from that time Goddess Durga is also known by the name Mahissasur- Mardini. International Flight Sale! Get up to Rs.5000 instant discounts! Mahalaya Mahalaya marks the beginning of six day countdown for the Maha Saptmi. It is believed that Goddess Durga visits earth for four days just seven days before Durga Puja. It is also believed that on this day Goddess Durga is given invitation to visit earth. On the night of Mahalaya Amavasya Mahissasur- Mardini, that is, Goddess Durga is worshipped by the devotees. Torpon is another ritual connected with Durga Puja. On this day people offer prayers to their ancestors and forefathers by bathing in the river Ganga

Maha Ashtmi Pooja Accessories

1 Dantakashto
1 Sari for Durga
Cloth for Lakshmi
Cloth for Saraswati
Cloth for Chandi
Cloth for Kartik
Cloth for Ganesh
Cloth for Shiva
Cloth for Vishnu
Clothes for 9 planets or 1 single planet
Clothes for Peacock, Mouse, Lion, Asur, Buffalo, Ox, Snake, Jaya, Bijoya, Vishnu, Shiv, Ram Or 1 Sari for main puja
Ashonanguriuk (40 or 22 finger rings made of koosh)
Madhupakka (40 or 22 bowls)
Noibiddos (40 or 22)
4 Small Noibiddos
1 Chandmala
1 Plate
1 Ghoti
1 Nose Ring
Iron Metal
2 Conch shell
Sindur Box
Flower Garland
Belpata Garland
Things for Bhog
Things for Aarati

Maha Ashtmi Images

Maha Ashtmi Durga Aarti Video