Vasantha signifies "spring" Nava signifies "Nine" and ratris signifies "Evenings". This custom is watched twice every year, in spring and in pre-winter. "Vasanta Navaratri" or Spring Navaratri is nine days of quick and love that Hindus embrace amid spring each year. Swami Sivananda retells the legend behind this 9-day springtime custom amid which the ardent Hindu looks for the endowments of the Mother Goddess.

"The Divine Mother" or Devi is worshiped amid the Vasanta Navaratri.

This happens amid the spring. She is worshiped by Her own summon. You will discover this in the accompanying scene in the Devi Bhagavata.

The Story Behind the Origin of Vasanta Navaratri

In days long passed by, King Dhruvasindu was killed by a lion when he went out chasing. Arrangements were made to crown the ruler Sudarsana. Be that as it may, King Yudhajit of Ujjain, the father of Queen Lilavati, and King Virasena of Kalinga, the father of Queen Manorama, were each covetous of securing the Kosala position of authority for their separate grandsons. They battled with each other. Ruler Virasena was murdered in the fight. Manorama fled to the woods with Prince Sudarsana and an eunuch. They took asylum in the isolation of Rishi Bharadwaja.

The victor, King Yudhajit, immediately delegated his grandson, Satrujit, at Ayodhya, the capital of Kosala. He at that point went out looking for Manorama and her child. The Rishi said that he would not surrender the individuals who had looked for security under him.

Yudhajit wound up incensed. He needed to assault the Rishi. Yet, his pastor educated him concerning reality of the Rishi's announcement. Yudhajit came back to his capital.

Fortune favored Prince Sudarsana. A loner's child came one day and called the eunuch by his Sanskrit name Kleeba. The sovereign got the primary syllable Kli and started to articulate it as Kleem.

This syllable happened to be a capable, consecrated Mantra. It is the Bija Akshara of the Divine Mother. The Prince got significant serenity and the Grace of the Divine Mother by the rehashed articulation of this syllable. Devi appeared to him, favored him and allowed him divine weapons and a limitless quiver.

The emissaries of the ruler of Benares or Varanasi went through the Ashram of the Rishi and, when they saw the respectable sovereign Sudarsana, they prescribed him to Princess Sashikala, the girl of the lord of Benares.

The service at which the princess was to pick her companion was orchestrated. Sashikala without a moment's delay picked Sudarsana. They were properly married. Lord Yudhajit, who had been available at the capacity, started to battle with the ruler of Benares. Devi helped Sudarsana and his dad in-law. Yudhajit derided Her, whereupon Devi instantly lessened Yudhajit and his armed force to slag.

In this manner Sudarsana, with his significant other and his dad in-law, adulated Devi. She was exceedingly satisfied and requested them to play out Her love with havan and different means amid the Vasanta Navaratri. At that point she vanished.

Ruler Sudarsana and Sashikala came back to the Ashram of Rishi Bharadwaja. The colossal Rishi favored them and delegated Sudarsana as the ruler of Kosala.

Sudarsana and Sashikala and the ruler of Benares verifiably did the charges of the Divine Mother and performed venerate in an astonishing way amid the Vasanta Navaratri.

Sudarsana's relatives, to be specific, Sri Rama and Lakshmana, additionally performed love of Devi amid the Vasanta Navaratri and were honored with Her help with the recuperation of Sita.

Why Celebrate Vasanta Navaratri?

It is the obligation of the faithful Hindus to revere the Devi (Mother Goddess) for both material and otherworldly welfare amid the Vasanta Navaratri and take after the honorable case set by Sudarsana and Sri Rama. He can't accomplish anything without the Divine Mother's endowments. Along these lines, sing Her acclaim and rehash Her Mantra and Name. Ruminate over Her frame. Ask and get Her interminable Grace and endowments. May the Divine Mother favor you with all awesome riches!"

Advantages of Vasant Chaitra Navratri:-

Vasant Chaitra Navratri pooja gets satisfaction and flourishing the life. Maa durga discharges the individual from all the trouble of life to carry on with an upbeat life. Venerating all types of Shakti makes the individual to teach all the Shakti in oneself. A man accomplishes information, quality and riches. Master Rama is loved to accomplish insight, bliss, flourishing and life span. Individuals additionally keep fasts on Ram Navami to dispose of the considerable number of sins that they submitted in their life. It is trusted that individuals keeping fasts on this propitious day are honored with every one of the things that they want.


Day 1:- March 18, 2018 (Sunday)


The FIRST day of the celebration, we propitiate the Goddess Bharathi.

Bharathi – The Goddess of Music and Poetry

Mantram:- AUM BHARATHYAI NAMAHA for 9 times


Day 2:- March 19, 2018 (Monday)


The SECOND day of the celebration, we propitiate Goddess Saraswathi.

Saraswathi – the Goddess of Creative Intelligence

Mantram:- AUM SARASWATHYAI NAMAHA for 9 times


Day 3:- March 20, 2018 (Tuesday)


The THIRD day of the celebration, we propitiate two Goddesses, Sharadha and Hamsavahini.

Sharadha – The Goddess of Deeper Knowledge

Mantram:- AUM SHARADHAAYAI NAMAHA for 9 times

Hamsavahini – The Goddess of Thoughts and Mental Awareness



Day 4:- March 21, 2018 (Wednesday)


The FOURTH day of the celebration, we propitiate Goddess JAGATIKHYATA.

Jagatikhyata –The Goddess of Fame and Popularity



Day 5:- March 22, 2018 (Thursday)


The FIFTH day of the celebration, we propitiate Goddess VAGEESHWARI.

Vageeshwari – The Goddess of Speech

Mantram:- AUM VAGEESHWARYAI NAMAHA for 9 times


Day 6:- March 23, 2018 (Friday)


The SIXTH day of the celebration, we propitiate two Goddesses, KAUMARI and BRAHMACHARINI.

Kaumari – The Goddess of Beauty and Charm

Mantram:- AUM KAUMAARYAI NAMAHA for 9 times

Brahmacharini – The Goddess Who Holds the Logic of the Universe Creation



Day 7:- March 24, 2018 (Saturday)


The SEVENTH day of the celebration, we propitiate Goddess BUDDHIDATRI.

Buddhidatri – The Goddess Who Instills Intelligence

Mantram:- AUM BUDHIDATRYAI NAMAHA for 9 times


Day 8:- March 25, 2018 (Sunday)


The EIGHTH day of the celebration, we propitiate Goddess VARADAYINI.

Varadayini –The Goddess of Boons

Mantram:- AUM VARADAAYINYAI NAMAHA for 9 times


Day 9:- March 26, 2018 (Monday)


The NINTH and concluding day of the celebration, we propitiate two Goddesses: KSHUDRAGHANTA and BHUVANESHWARI.

Kshudraghanta – The Obstacle Remover

Mantram:- AUM KSHUDRAGHANTAAYAI NAMAHA 9 times each, focussing on Manipura, followed by Ajna.

Bhuvaneshwari – The Goddess of Universal Consciousness



The above mantras, when practiced for 9 days, will help you witness a high upsurge of energy. Spiritually, this signifies a progressive movement toward satvic principles, eventually resulting in liberation from the imperfections of life.


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