Navratri, the 9-day long festival is here! It is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated by Hindus which honours Goddess Durga. Devotees celebrate the nine days with fasting and offering prayers to Maa Durga and her nine avatars. Make this special festival even more joyous by greeting your family and friends. Spread the festival cheer with these meaningful and inspiring quotes:
Don’t just celebrate Navratri, understand its importance and respect women. Happy Navratri.
Goddess Durga is an embodiment of Shakti who overcame the evils of the world. May this Navratri, everyone uses Her blessings and power to overcome their problems in life. Wish you a very Happy Navratri!
You move forward to achieve your goal with the blessings of Maa Durga and no hurdle would stop your way. Happy Navratri.
While celebrating Navratri, don’t forget its exact meaning that worships the Nine avatars of Maa Durga.
Navratri is the story about nine wonders, wonders of powerful wonder women and may this story showers the blessing in all nine forms. Wishing you happy Navratri.
May the 9 avatars of Maa Durga bless you with 9 qualities – power, happiness, humanity, peace, knowledge, devotion, name, fame and health.
This Navratri, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his laddoos And may your troubles be as small as his mouse. Happy Chaitra Navratri!
May maa Durga empower
You and your family
With her nine swaroopa of name
Fame, Health, Wealth, Happiness,
Humanity, Education, Bhakti& Shakti
Let the spirit of these pious Navratri days bring you to hope and courage in life. Happy Navratri to all.
Man, the imperfect, the bound, the sorrowful, has a thousand enemies within. He is riddled with negative thoughts fears, yearnings. These are selfishness, jealousy, meanness, prejudice and hatred just to mention but a few. The Sadhak must get rid of these lawless villains within. With Mother Durga's kripa, these destructive masters are to be annihilated. Invoke the Mother Terrible to help us annihilate within ourselves all negative forces; all weaknesses, - all littleness.
I pray that Durga Maa blesses you on this special occasion of Navratri,
May Ma light up the hope of happy times and your year become full of smiles,
May Dhan, Yash and Samriddhi come in your life in abundance.
Durga (Devi) is synonymous with Shakti or the Divine Power that manifests, sustains and transforms the universe as the one unifying Force of Existence. Shakti is the very possibility of the Absolute's appearing as many, of God's causing this universe. God creates this world through Srishti-Shakti (creative power), preserves through Sthiti-Shakti (preservative power), and destroys through Samhara-Shakti (destructive power). Shakti and Shakta are one; the power and the one who possesses the power cannot be separated; God and Shakti are like fire and heat of fire.
It’s the time of the year
When Maa Durga is there to bless
Our homes and lives in excess.
May Maa Durga empower you with her 9 blessings of name, fame, health, wealth, happiness, humanity, knowledge, devotion and power.
Goddess Durga is the universal mother
An embodiment of power.
On the occasion of Navratri we bow to her, seeking blessings
Here’s hoping she inspires all of us with positivity, strength, wisdom and devotion!
During Navaratri, Goddess Durga is invoked first to remove impurities from the mind. The Goddess Lakshmi is invoked to cultivate the noble values and qualities. Finally, Saraswati is invoked for gaining the highest knowledge of the Self. This is the significance of the three sets of three nights when all these three are gained subjectively, and then there will be Vijayadashami, the day of true victory.
Let us celebrate the victory of good over evil, the victory of humanity, the victory of justice, the victory of truth.
You are the Goddess of Victory, You are the Goddess of Divinity, You embody the Power of destruction, You are the harbinger of prosperity, You save us from misery, You obtain our consciousness on the kind and tolerant one the saviour of the Gods