Maha Navami 2018 Wishes and Durga Puja HD Images: Best WhatsApp Messages & Status, SMS, GIFs and Facebook Cover Photos to Wish Happy Maha Navami!
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The ninth and final day of Sharad Navratri 2018 arrives. It is Maha Navami on October 18, with Navami tithi beginning on October 17. On this day, devotees will worship Maa Siddhidatri, the ninth form of Goddess Durga. As for people celebrating Durga Puja or Durgotsav, Maha Navami is going to be another big day after Durga Ashtami. Loaded with fun and excitement, it is another day to rejoice in the glory of Maa Durga, another opportunity to reunite with family and friends and reach out to those who are away. Let us brighten up Maha Navami festive day some of the messages, photos and quotes. We bring to you Durga Puja wishes, Maha Navami images and wallpapers, Maha Navami 2018 greetings, Maha Navami SMS and Durga Puja festival photos. These wishes and greetings can be downloaded for free online. Dussehra 2018 Date & Muhurat: When Will Vijayadashami Be Celebrated This Year?

Navratri began on October 10 and people invocated Maa Durga and her nine avatars with a lot of love and respect. The rituals in the rest of the country were a lot similar with people beginning the festival with puja ceremony dedicated to Goddess Shailaputri on Day 1. It was followed by Brahmacharini Puja on Day 2, Chandraghanta Puja on Day 3, Kushmanda Puja on Day 4, Skandamata Puja on Day 5, Katyayani Puja on Day 6, Kaalratri Puja on Day 7, Mahagauri Puja on Day 8 and finally concluding with Siddhidatri Puja on Day 9 also to be celebrated as Maha Navami. Durga Puja 2018 Greetings in Bengali: Subho Navami, Ashtami, Saptami Photos, GIF Images & WhatsApp Messages to Wish on Durgotsav Festival.

As for the Maha Navami in Durga Puja celebrations in Kolkata is different with rituals Bengal Maha Navami, Durga Balidan and Navami Homa taking place. On Durga Ashtami, Kanya Puja took place in most parts of the country. However, there are several who will be performing Kanya Puja also known as Kanjak Pujan on Maha Navami. The festive fever will continue to grip the country on Maha Navami. Here’s a collection of messages Durga Puja and Maha Navami wishes in Bengali, Maa Durga images and wallpapers in HD for free download, which you send to your family and friends on WhatsApp or set it as status and cover photos on Facebook. You will also find Durga Puja greetings, Durga puja caption in Bengali, which you can SMS or upload on Instagram.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Lakshmi Ka Hath Ho, Saraswati Ka Sath Ho, Ganesh Ka Niwas Ho, Aur Maa Durga Ke Aashirwad Se Aapke Jeevan Mai Prakash Hi Prakash Ho! ‘Happy Maha Navami’

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WhatsApp Message Reads: On This Auspicious Occasion of Durga Navami I Wish, You Are Blessed With Prosperity, Happiness, Health, Wealth and Success by Maa Durga. Happy Maha Navami!

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WhatsApp Message Reads: May the Festival of Maha Navami Be the Harbinger of Joy and Prosperity. As the Holy Occasion of Maha Navmi Is Here and the Atmosphere Is Filled With the Spirit of Mirth and Love. Hoping This Festival Will Bring Peace N Prosperity for Everyone. Happy Navratri ‘N’ Maha Navami

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WhatsApp Message Reads: This Maha Durga Navami, May You Be Blessed With Good Fortune As Long As Ganesh Ji’s Trunk Wealth & Prosperity As Big As His Stomach Happiness As Sweet As His Laddoos & May Your Trouble Be As Small His Mouse. Happy Maha Navami

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WhatsApp Message Reads: May Maa Durga Empower You & Your Family With Her Nine Swaroopa of Name, Fame, Health, Wealth, Happiness, Humanity, Education, Bhakti and Shakti. Happy Maha Navami!

After the exciting nine-day Navratri festival, India will join hands in celebrating Dussehra, major Hindu festival on Vijayadashami. Dussehra or Vijayadashami 2018 date is October 19. The festival is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil after Goddess Durga killed buffalo demon, Mahishasura (thus earning the name of Mahishasura Mardini) and Lord Rama killed demon king of Lanka, Ravana to restore Dharma in the universe.