Navaratri Alankaram Nine Days Of Devi Attire.


It is tradition to attire the Goddess in Her various avatars during the nine Days Of Navaratri.


Note – Navratri day 9 and 10 are marked on same date in many calendars.
In South India, Goddess Durga is worshipped during the first three days.
Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped during the next three days.
Goddess Saraswathi is worshipped during the last three days
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The tenth day is celebrated as Dasara or Vijaya Dashami.

Photo Essay.

Kamakshi.

Bangaru Kamakshi, Kanchipuram.

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Balatripurasundari

Navaratri

Annapoorna Alankaram Day 2

Navaratri

Meenakshi Alankaram Day 3

Navaratri

Raja Rajeswari Alankaram Day 4

Navaratri

Bhuvaneswari Alankaram Day 5

Navaratri.

Matangi Day 6

Navaratri.

Kasi Visalakshi Day 7

Navaratri.

Durga Day 8

Saraswati Alankar.image

Saraswati Alankar

Navaratri.

Lakshmi

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Lalitha Tripurasundari image.image

Lalitha Tripurasundari



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6 replies

  1. Om namo deviyanamaha

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  2. Is Durga Sapthashathi parayana done for 9 days or all the 10 days?

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  3. What about Devi’s alankaram as Bala Tripura Sundari? 🙂
    She is a sensitive child. How can you forget her Sir?

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    • As I have indicated earlier I am planning to write a detailed post Bala.Normally Bala Alangaram is done for Navaratri,as this requires a detailed Pooja.I hope to write on this during Navaratri, DV.

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  4. Om nano deviyanamaha.

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