Navratri 2019 Dates

These nine days in Navratri are dedicated to the nine manifestations of Goddess Durga. It is majorly celebrated twice in a year with great devotion in all over India.

Navratri 2017 Dates

The first Navratri is celebrated as Chaitra Navratri or Vasant Navratri in March and April month. Second time, it is celebrated as Sharad Navaratri in the month of September and October.

People worship goddess Durga in their home as well as in pandals by setting up idols of goddess Durga . Devotees celebrate Navratri by doing many rituals like Ghat sthapana, Akhand jyoti, Jware poojan, Kanya bhojan, and many more. In all these nine days nine forms of goddess durga is worshipped.

Chaitra Navratri 2019 Dates (06th April, 2019 to 14th April, 2019)

Chaitra is the first month according to Hindu lunar calendar and the first day is celebrated as the Hindu New Year and because of it this Navratri is celebrated as Chaitra Navratri. Chaitra Navratri is also known as Vasant Navratri because it is the end of the winter season and beginning of the summer season.

Navratri Day 1st: 06th April 2019 (Saturday)

Navratri Day 2nd: 07th April 2019 (Sunday)

Navratri Day 3rd: 08th April 2019 (Monday)

Navratri Day 4th: 09th April 2019 (Tuesday)

Navratri Day 5th: 10th April 2019 (Wednesday)

Navratri Day 6th: 11th April 2019 (Thursday)

Navratri Day 7th: 12th April 2019 (Friday)

Navratri Day 8th: 13th April 2019 (Saturday)

Navratri Day 9th: 14th April 2019 (Sunday)

Chaitra Navratri is also famous in the form of Rama Navratri, because the birthday of Lord Ram (Ram Navami) usually comes on the ninth day during Navratri. It is widely celebrated and is very popular in few states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. It begins in the Maharashtra state with ‘Gudi Padwa’ whereas in Andhra Pradesh it begins with ‘Ugadi’.