Today is the ninth day of Dasarah ,  known as Navami and the day of Ayuda Pooja. I wish all the members a happy Navratri and Vijayadashami which is tomorrow. It would be interesting yo know how you celebrate the festival !


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  • Re: Wishing all the members a happy Navami ( Ayuda Pooja)

    by » 2 years ago


     happy Navratri and Vijayadashami to you also. Yes obviously will celebrate and enjoy the day.


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    by » 2 years ago


    Happy Ram Navmi to you, and all boddunan members.


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    by » 2 years ago


    Happy Durga Puja, Ramnavami and Dashara (Tenth Day) To All

    @Usha Audha Puja perhaps stands for weapon's worshiping which is tenth day of celebrations. Diwali is celebrated 20 days later from Dashehra when Ram Reached back Ayodhya after his victory over Ravana.


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    suni51 wrote:

    Happy Durga Puja, Ramnavami and Dashara (Tenth Day) To All

    @Usha Audha Puja perhaps stands for weapon's worshiping which is tenth day of celebrations. Diwali is celebrated 20 days later from Dashehra when Ram Reached back Ayodhya after his victory over Ravana.

    No Sunil today is Ayuda Pooja and the tenth day is Vijaya Dashami .. We just finished pooja at the temple and all the vehicles in my town are decked up 

    https://www.epanchang.com/ayudha-pooja-2017

    http://www.drikpanchang.com/festivals/vijayadashami/vijayadashami-date-time.html?l=10436

     

     


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  • Re: Wishing all the members a happy Navami ( Ayuda Pooja)

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    So the rules are different in your area. In North India Vijay Dashmi or Dashehra is Victory day which is celebrated differently by different communities (according to old traditions of Varna) 


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    Navami is over and it's time to wish Happy Dussehera to each and every member of this site. Among the  Bengali community this festival is known as Durga pujo and on Dashami we wish everyone by greeting Shubho Bijoya.  


    shampasaid


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    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    Navami is over and it's time to wish Happy Dussehera to each and every member of this site. Among the  Bengali community this festival is known as Durga pujo and on Dashami we wish everyone by greeting Shubho Bijoya.  

    It must be a major festival for Bengali , on Facebook I see many of my Bengali friends dressing up in lovely sarees each day, apparently a different color is denoted for all ten days ...


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    Happy Navratri and a prosperous Dasara to you all! We celebrated Navami yesterday as Khandenavami, which is the same as Ayudha Pooja here in Maharashtra. All the machinery and equipment in industries are worshipped on Navami day as they are source of earning us. Vijadashami is celebrated to mark the occasion of victory of Lord Shrirama over Ravana and also the victory of the Mother Goddess over the Mahishasura after her nine-day and night war with the demon Mahishasura. We also do Saraswati Pooja on this day and worship books and notebooks as a mark of respect since they are our source of knowledge and learning.

    We draw this symbol which stands for Saraswati and worship it with haldi-kumkum and flowers. This symbol is especially drawn on the slates that is used for toddlers when they first start learning to write.

     

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    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    Happy Navratri and a prosperous Dasara to you all! We celebrated Navami yesterday as Khandenavami, which is the same as Ayudha Pooja here in Maharashtra. All the machinery and equipment in industries are worshipped on Navami day as they are source of earning us. Vijadashami is celebrated to mark the occasion of victory of Lord Shrirama over Ravana and also the victory of the Mother Goddess over the Mahishasura after her nine-day and night war with the demon Mahishasura. We also do Saraswati Pooja on this day and worship books and notebooks as a mark of respect since they are our source of knowledge and learning.

    We draw this symbol which stands for Saraswati and worship it with haldi-kumkum and flowers. This symbol is especially drawn on the slates that is used for toddlers when they first start learning to write.

    So Swarsati Puja is also celebrated on different days in different parts of India then. Swarsati Puja was celebrated on 1st February (Basant Panchami Day)

    http://www.drikpanchang.com/festivals/vasant-panchami/vasant-panchami-puja-date-time.html

     

    and Vishvakarma puja on 17 Sep this year.

    http://www.charanamrit.com/festival-calendar/vishwakarma-puja-2017-date-time-S8C1_1946

     

     

    Shastra Puja is being celebrated today on Vijaya Dashmi Day.  By the way Mohan Bhagvat did "Shastra Pujan" at RSS Headquarters in Nagpur today. 


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  • Re: Wishing all the members a happy Navami ( Ayuda Pooja)

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    usha manohar wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:

    Navami is over and it's time to wish Happy Dussehera to each and every member of this site. Among the  Bengali community this festival is known as Durga pujo and on Dashami we wish everyone by greeting Shubho Bijoya.  

    It must be a major festival for Bengali , on Facebook I see many of my Bengali friends dressing up in lovely sarees each day, apparently a different color is denoted for all ten days ...

    Yes, it is! Durga Puja is very special for every Bengali. The day when Pitripaksha ends and Devipaksha starts, it indicates the beginning of Durga Puja. There is an hour long radio programme titled Mahalaya which is broadcast at 4 in the morning. People love to hear it. It comprises of Sanskrit shlokas and Bengali song depicting the divine power of Goddess Durga. It welcomes the Goddess on earth. Nowadays, some television channel telecast a programme like Mahalaya at 5 in the morning but still the radio programme is an outstanding one. Every day something or the other nitty-gritty regarding puja is there for ten days. People in mass scale join the celebration from Saptami to Dashami.

    This is a high time when everyone decks up and go for pandal hopping. Outside Bengal, Durga Puja is celebrated in some particular places organised by Bengali folks but in Bengal it is a matter of every nook and corner.  


    shampasaid


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