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Vasant Navaratri 2016

Significance of vasant Navaratri

 

Vasant Navaratri is out of four auspicious navaratri parv which is celebrated by hindus all over the world for the goddess durga and the other eight incarnations of the devi. This navaratri like all navratri is a celebration of nine days and ten nights.

 

Vasant Navaratri is out of four auspicious navaratri parv which is celebrated by hindus all over the world for the goddess durga and the other eight incarnations of the devi. This navaratri like all navratri is a celebration of nine days and ten nights.

 

 

Origin of Vasant Navaratri

 

According to the legends the origin of this navratri dates back to the ayodhaya and kosala kingdom of Lord rama but he was not born in this period. it was the time when king durvasindhu was killed by a lion in an hunt he was carrying out in a jungle and now kosala was looking for a new heir and prince sudarshan was the only rightful option but the father of the two brides of King durvasindhu had something else planned as each wanted thier grandson to be the king.

 

The grandfather of sudarsan was killed and his mother monarama flwe with him and enuch into the jungle and took shelter with rishi bhardawaj. The prince in jungle once saw a man calling the enuch as kleeba and learning the klee he added the word as kleema and started addressing it with the sam name over and over, little he knew that it is an auspicious mantra which devi durga was pleased with most.

 

Once a elegation of king of banaras passing and noticed the prince and decided him to be the right choice for thier kingdoms princess, both got married now the king of kosala attacked banaras with his army which was turned to ashes by the goddess for her devotee and rishi bhardwaj along with banaras declared sudarshan as the new king of kosala kingdom, this was all possible becuase of nine day vrat sudarshan kept at the advice of rishi bhardwaj which later became to known as vasant navratri.

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