Fourth Day of Navarathri – Devi Kushmanda

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Oct 4 2016 Comments
The fourth day is dedicated to the goddess 'Kushmanda', the creator of the whole Universe. Maa Kushmanda is the fourth Avathar of Navadurga Goddesses. Devi Maa is worshiped on fourth day amid Durga Pooja in Navratri. Mother Goddess makes the entire universe in shape of an egg called "Anda" with her little and light celestial grin, so that Maa Durga is named Kushmanda.

Dasara Celebration in Various parts of India

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Sep 27 2016 Comments

Dasara is a widely celebrated festival of India and is commonly known as Vijayadashmi. The enthusiastic and vibrant festivities of Dasara are celebrated in different ways across India based on the various regional and cultural legends attached with it, since India is a magical land of diversities.

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