Chaitra Navratri Muhurat

Are you looking for an auspicious time to start a new work or perform any auspicious venture? Waiting for a time that is full of good luck and blessings? Your search is coming to an end today, as Chaitra Navratri 2015 begins.

Hindu New Year begins with the beginning of Chaitra Navratri.


Chaitra Navratri begins with the beginning of Hindu New Year. As per the Hindu calendar, Chaitra is the first month of Hindu year. Nine manifestations of Maa Durga are worshiped on each day of Navratri.


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Auspicious Muhurat For Each Day


The timings given in the table are the most auspicious durations of each day. You may perform Puja and other auspicious tasks during these timings.

Day
Muhurat (IST)
Day 1 (Pratipada) - Mar 21
Ghatasthapana Muhurat: 06:28 to 07:35 IST
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:04 to 12:52
Shubh: 07:55 to 09:26
Laabh: 13:59 to 15:30
Amrit: 15:30 to 17:01
Day ⅔ (Dwitiya/ Tritiya) - Mar 22
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:04 to 12:52
Laabh: 09:25 to 10:56
Amrit: 10:56 to 12:28
Shubh: 13:59 to 15:30
Day 4 (Chaturthi) - Mar 23
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:03 to 12:52
Amrit: 06:21 to 07:53
Shubh: 09:24 to 10:56
Laabh: 15:30 to 17:02
Day 5 (Panchami) - Mar 24
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:03 to 12:52
Laabh: 10:55 to 12:27
Amrit: 12:27 to 13:59
Shubh: 15:30 to 17:02
Day 6 (Shashti) - Mar 25
Laabh: 06:19 to 07:51
Amrit: 07:51 to 09:23
Shubh: 10:55 to 12:27
Day 7 (Saptami) - Mar 26
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:02 to 12:51
Shubh: 06:18 to 07:50
Laabh: 12:26 to 13:59
Amrit: 13:59 to 15:31
Day 8 (Ashtami) - Mar 27
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:02 to 12:51
Laabh: 07:49 to 09:21
Amrit: 09:21 to 10:54
Shubh: 12:26 to 13:58
Day 9 (Navami) - Mar 28
Abhijit Muhurat: 12:01 to 12:51
Shubh: 07:48 to 09:21
Laabh: 13:58 to 15:31
Amrit: 15:31 to 17:04

Method Of Ghatsthapana

  1. Grow barley seeds over a small bed of mud.
  2. Place a Kalash filled with over it.
  3. Tie a red colored sacred thread (Roli) around its (Kalash) neck.
  4. Cover the Kalash with a bowl of rice.
  5. Place a coconut wrapped in coconut leaves over it.
  6. Take a vow to worship the goddess with pure heart and soul.
  7. Offer a flower garland.
  8. Read the holy book “Durga Saptashati”.

Daily Offerings Can Bless You


If you know what offering to which goddess can make your certain wishes come true, won’t you try them?

1. Maa Shailputri:
She is worshiped on the first day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Grey.
Offering of purified butter to Maa Shailputri can help you in leading a disease free life.

2. Maa Brahmacharini:
She is worshiped on the second day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Orange.
Sugar is offered to Maa Brahmacharini for long and happy life of family members.

3. Maa Chandraghanta:
She is worshiped on the third day of Navratri.
Color of the day is White.
Milk products such as Kheer, milk cakes are offered to Maa Chandraghanta for eliminating pains and gaining happiness.

4. Maa Kushmanda:
She is worshiped on the fourth day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Red.
Maa Kushmanda increases the intellect of the devotee, if she is served with offering of Malpua.

5. Maa Skandmata:
She is worshiped on the fifth day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Blue.
Offering banana to Maa Skandmata helps in leading a healthy and long life.

6. Maa Katyayani:
She is worshiped on the sixth day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Yellow.
Honey is offered to Maa Katyayani for getting an attractive personality.

7. Maa Kalratri:
She is worshiped on the seventh day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Green.
Jaggery is offered to Maa Kalratri for removing all abrupt, unnatural pains and sufferings.

8. Maa Mahagauri:
She is worshiped on the eighth day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Peacock Green.
Offering coconut to Maa Mahagauri blesses the childless couples with child.

9. Maa Siddhidatri:
She is worshiped on the ninth day of Navratri.
Color of the day is Purple.
Til (sesame seeds) are offered to Maa Siddhidatri for eliminating fear of death and unfortunate incidents.

Please Maa Durga in the best way by worshiping her with the right Navratri Puja Method.

If you wish to know more about Chaitra Navratri, this is the best place for you: Chaitra Navratri 2015

Happy Hindu New Year!


From today, the new Vikram Samvat 2072 is beginning. It is the Hindu New Year. Each state of India celebrates the Hindu New Year in their special style. Some call it Gudi Padwa, and some call it Ugadi; at some places it is celebrated as Vishu, and Cheti Chand is the name for some states. If you want to go in the details, the below given links might come in really handy. Check ‘em out!
We hope that Maa Durga bestows her blessings on you and you climb ladders of success. Get into the festive mood and enjoy the New Year with the divine blessings of Maa Durga.

AstroSage wishes you a Very Happy New Year and Devotional Chaitra Navratri 2015!

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