Navratri Day 1 Today - Muhurat & Puja Vidhi!

The first day of Navratri is on September 25, 2014. Want to get rid of every hurdle that comes to your way? Want to escape from the materialistic pleasures of this world? Then, all you need to do is to worship Goddess Shailputri, the first day of this Navratri.

The First day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri.

The nine holy nights of Navratras have finally arrived. As Navratri is dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Durga, we must also know that each night of Navratras is dedicated to each form of Durga Devi. Here, we will talk about Mata Shailputri.

Maa Shailputri is the first incarnation of Durga Devi. ‘Shailputri’ is a name that has originated from Sanskrit, meaning the daughter of mountain. It is believed that Goddess Shailputri was born as Lord Himalaya’s child. Hence, her name.

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“ This time, Mata is arriving on a swing. This is not very favorable for the followers; due to this, natural calamities may take place and it may also bring in mutual tension. However, Mata’s departure will take place on elephant, hence, this will bring in pleasant times after Navratri. You should carry on your offerings and rituals even in odd situations. Mata will definitely bless you.”

Shailputri Mata is depicted to ride on a Vrisha (bull). She holds a Trishul (trident) in her right hand, which symbolizes to protect nature from impending dangers and a lotus flower in her left hand. Muladhara Chakra is connected with Shailputri Mata; Muladhara Chakra represents the journey of a person from his/her birth to their spiritual awakening. It is said that until and unless this Chakra is energized, an individual doesn’t have the power to perform a worthwhile task in life. Hence, Goddess Shailputri is worshiped by devotees for such a spiritual awakening.

Navratri Day 1: Panchang


(Below given Panchanga is on the basis of New Delhi region.)
  1. Today, the time of sunrise is 06:14 IST and sunset is at 18:10 IST.
  2. Moonrise is at 06:55 IST and it is setting at 18:50 IST.
  3. The Tithi (Hindu day) is Pratipada (the first day) - 13:22 IST, Ashvin month, Shukla Paksha (bright half), and Hasta Nakshatra (19:39 IST) is prevailing.
  4. Rahukaal is beginning at 13:41 IST and ending at 15:11 IST.
  5. Abhijeet Muhurat is from 11:48 IST to 12:36 IST.
  6. Amrit Kaal is from 13:07 IST to 14:51 IST.
  7.  Kalash Sthapna: From early morning 10:20 of stable ascendant till 12:30 (mid-hours of the day)

Mantra Of The Day


वंदे वाद्द्रिछतलाभाय चंद्रार्धकृतशेखराम |
वृषारूढां शूलधरां शैलपुत्री यशस्विनीम्‌ |

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Rituals Of The Day


If you want to please Goddess Shailputri this Navratri in 2014, then follow the mentioned rituals:
  1. First of all, before proceeding with any rituals, one should take a holy bathe in the morning to purify one’s soul.
  2. After this, idols of Shailputri are cleansed and placed on Puja Sthaan.
  3. Perform Arti to Shailputri Mata.
  4. Also offer flowers and betel leaves to Shailputri Devi.
  5. After the proceedings get over, distribute Prasad among the devotees.
Hope now you are familiar with the ways to please Goddess Shailputri. Observe the first day of Navratri with utter devotion and attain Devi’s blessings for a blissful life ahead.

On this auspicious day, why not know about the legend behind celebrating day 1 of Navratri? Read about the mythological story of Devi Shailputri here: First Day Of Navratri


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Have a nice day!

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