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Wednesday, 21 September 2022

Navratri 2022 fasting rules: Dos and don'ts to follow during nine-day festival

Navratri 2022 fasting rules Dos and don'ts to follow during nine- day jubilee 

Sharadiya Navratri 2022 Addicts of Maa Durga observe fasts during the nine- day jubilee of Navratri.However, then are some dos and don'ts you should keep in mind while observing the auspicious jubilee, If you're also planning to keep them. 

Navratri 2022 The auspicious jubilee of Navratri is celebrated with important pomp by Hindus across the globe. There are two main Navratris which are pronounced every time- Chaitra Navratri and Sharadiya Navratri. Chaitra Navratri is observed at the cusp of Summer and Spring( March or April), and Sharadiya Navratri is celebrated in Afterlife( October- November). The Sharadiya Navratri will begin on September 26 and end on October 5. Addicts mark this jubilee by keeping fasts during the nine days and soliciting to Goddess Durga for her blessings. While some mark the jubilee by observing presto for the entire nine days, others keep the fast for the first two or last two days of Navratri. And there are certain rules that one must follow while observing these fasts. Let's look at the dos and don'ts of fasting during Sharadiya Navratri. 


Navratri fasting rules All the dos and don'ts 

Don't get your hair cut or shaved during Navratri fests. 

Avoid eating wheat and rice during the fasts and use druthers like Kuttu ka atta, Singhade ka atta, amaranth flour, Barnyard millet/ Bajra and Sabu dana to prepare dishes like poori, kheer, pulao, khichdi, dhoklas, and numerous further. 


rather of regular table swab, use sendha namak( gemstone swab) for preparing dishes during Navratri. 


Don't use seed- grounded canvases or meliorated oil painting for preparing food during Navratri. rather, go for pure ghee or peanut oil painting. 


It's popularly known that garlic and onion are rigorously avoided in the medication of dishes during Navratris. One should also skip effects like phaliyaan, rice flour, all- purpose flour, cornflour, lentils, and semolina. 

Staying aseptic and clean is one of the most pivotal aspects of Navratri. One should rain daily before starting their day, prepare prasad and offer food to the deity, and keep their house and surroundings clean. 


It's important to do the Kalash Sthapana or Ghatasthapana on the first day of Navratri. It's one of the most significant rituals of the jubilee and should be done while Pratipada is prevailing. 

Do not forget to chant Durga artis, shlokas, and mantras to supplicate to Goddess Durga, and a diya needs to be kept in front of the deity every day. also, girls are served food and worshipped on the last day of Navratri since they're considered Navdurga. 

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