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Navratri Best wishes Quotes and SMS – Navratri wallpapers..!!

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Nava – means ‘new’ – denotes ‘nine’, the number to which sages attach special significance. Hence, we have Nava-ratri (9 nights), Nava-patrika (9 leaves / herbs / plants), Nava-graha (9 planets), and Nava-Durga (9 appellations).The
The Navratri or the festival of is celebrated with immense zeal and devotion for nine days. People exchange gifts during these days. If you want to give Navratri best wishes to your dear ones, this is the right place. Here I am providing you with the latest collection of , Navratri sms wishes.

Navratri Best wishes in Hindi

Khushian ho overflow,
masti kabhi na ho low,
apnonka surur chaya rahe,
Dil me bhari maya rahe,
shohrat ki ho bauchhar,
aisa aaye aapke liye dandia ka tyohar
!!!
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Deepak me Jyoti , Jyoti me Prakash,
pulkit hai dharti, jagmagaye akash,
maa ka aashirvaad sab per rahe, viraje khushiyan apar.
Wish you Happy Navratri. !!!
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Pyar ka tarana uphar ho,
khushiyo ka nazrana beshumar ho,
na rahe koi gam ka ehsas,
Asia navratra Utsav is Saal ho…
Happy Navratri !!!
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Bajre ki roti, aam ka achar,
suraj ki kirne, khushiyo ki bahar,
chanda ki chandni, apano ka pyar,
mubarak ho aapko “NAVRATRI” Ka tyohar.
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Lakshmi ka Hath ho,
Saraswati ka Sath ho,
Ganesh ka niwas ho,
aur maa durga ke ashirwad se
Aapke jeevan mai prakash hi prakash ho….
“Happy Navratri” !!!
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Jagat paalan haar hai maa,
mukti ka dham hai maa.
hamari bakti ke adhar hai maa,
ham sab ki raksha ki avatar hai maa.
‘Happy Navratri’ !!!
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Navratri SMS in English

May Maa Durga empowers you & our family
with her Nine Swaroopa of Name, Fame, Health, Wealth, 
Happiness, Humanity, Education, Bhakti and Shakti.
Happy Navratri !!!
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Memories of moments celebrated together…….
Moments that have been attached in my heart forever…….
Make me Miss You even more this Navratri.
Hope this Navratri brings in Good Fortune.
Happy Durga Pooja !!!
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Fortunate is the one who has learned to Admire, but not to envy.
for a joyous Navratri and 
a Happy New Year with a plenty of Peace and Prosperity.
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May This Navratri be as bright as ever.
May this Navratri bring joy, health and wealth to you.
May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near and dear ones lives.
Happy Navratri !!!
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May
N: Nav Chetna
A: Akhand Jyoti
V: Vighn Nashak
R: Rat Jageshwari
A: Anand Day
T: Trikaal Darshi
R: Raksha Karti
A: Aambey Maa
Bless you on this auspicious Navratri..!!
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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 ladoos and
may your trouble be as small as his mouse.
Happy Navratri !!!
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9 Manifestaions of Goddess Durga

Along with these Navratri best wishes; check out the brief details about all 9 manifestations of Goddess Durga. Each goddess has a different form and a special significance. Nava Durga, if worshipped with religious fervor during Navratri, it is believed, lift the divine spirit in us and fill us with renewed happiness.
Shailaputri – Shailaputri literally means the daughter (putri) of the mountains (shaila). Variously known as Sati Bhavani, Parvati or Hemavati, the daughter of Hemavana – the king of the Himalayas, she is the first among Navadurgas. Her worship takes place on the first day of Navratri – the nine divine nights. The embodiment of the power of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, she rides a bull and carries a trident and a lotus in her two hands.
Bharmacharini – She is worshipped on the second day of Navratri and is the second form of Mother Goddess. Bharmacharini means one who practices devout austerity. She enlightens us in the magnificent embodiment of Durga with great powers and divine grace. She holds a rosary in her right hand and a water utensil in her left hand. She is blissful and endows happiness, peace, prosperity and grace upon all devotees who worship her. Filled with bliss and happiness, she is the way to emancipation – Moksha.
Chandra Ghanta – The third facet of Goddess Durga is ‘Chandraghanta’, who is worshipped on the third day of Navratri, for peace, tranquility and prosperity in life. She has a ‘chandra’ or half moon in her forehead in the shape of a ‘ghanta’ or bell. That is why she is called ‘Chandraghanta’. She is charming, has a golden bright complexion and rides a lion. She has ten hands, three eyes and holds weapons in her hands. She is the apostle of bravery and possesses great strength to fight in the battle against demons.
Kushmanda – Kushmanda is the fourth form of the mother goddess and is worshipped on the fourth day of Navratri. She is considered the creator of the universe. The universe was no more than a void full of darkness, until her light spreads in all directions like rays from the sun. Often she is depicted as having eight or ten hands. She holds weapons, glitter, rosary, etc., in her hands, and she rides a lion.
Skanda Mata – The fifth aspect of the Mother Durga is known as ‘Skanda Mata’ – the mother of Skanda or Lord Kartikeya, who was chosen by gods as their commander in chief in the war against the demons. She is worshipped on the fifth day of Navratri. She is accompanied by the Lord Skanda in his infant form. Skanda Mata has four arms and three eyes, holds the infant Skanda in her right upper arm and a lotus in her right hand which is slightly raised upwards. The left arm is in pose to grant boons with grace and in left lower hand which is raised also holds a lotus. She has a bright complexion and often depicted as seated on a lotus.
Katyayani – The sixth form of Mother Durga is known as ‘Katyayani’, who is worshipped on the six day of Navratri. The legend behind her name goes thus: Once upon a time, there was a great sage called Kata, who had a son named Katya. Kata was very famous and renowned in the lineage of saints. He underwent long austerities and penance in order to receive the grace of the Mother Goddess. He wished to have a daughter in the form of a goddess. According to his wish and desire the Mother Goddess granted his request. Katyayani was born to Kata as an avatar of Durga.
Kaal Ratri Mata – This is the seventh form of Mother Durga and is worshipped on the seventh day of Navratri. She has a dark complexion, disheveled hair and a fearlessness posture. A necklace flashing lightning adorns her neck. She has three eyes that shine bright and terrible flames emanate from her breath. Her vehicle is the donkey. Her raised right hand always seems to grant boons to all worshippers and all her right lower hand is in the pose of allaying fears. Her left upper hand holds a thorn-like weapon, made of iron and there is a dragger in the lower left hand. She is black like Goddess Kali and holds a sparkling sword in her right hand battle all evil. Her gesture of protection assures us of freedom from fear and troubles. So she is also known as ‘Shubhamkari’ – one who does good.
Maha Gauri – She is worshipped on the eighth day of Navratri. Her power is unfailing and instantly fruitful. As a result of her worship, all sins of past, present and future get washed away and devotees get purified in all aspects of life. Maha Gauri is intelligent, peaceful and calm. Due to her long austerities in the deep forests of the Himalayas, she developed a dark complexion. When Lord Shiva cleaned her with the water of the Ganges, her body regained its beauty and she came to be known as Maha Gauri, which mean extremely white. She wears white clothes, has four arms, and rides on a bull. Her right hand is in the pose of allaying fear and her right lower hand holds a trident. The left upper hand holds a ‘damaru’ (a small rattle drum) and the lower one is in the pose of granting boons to her devotees.
Siddhidatri – Siddhidatri is the ninth form of Goddess. She is worshipped on the ninth day of Navratri. Siddhidatri has supernatural healing powers. She has four arms and she is always in a blissful happy enchanting pose. She rides on the lion as her vehicle. She blesses all Gods, saints, yogis, tantrics and all devotees as a manifestation of the Mother Goddess. In ‘Devi Bhagvata Purana’ it is mentioned that Lord Shiva worshipped her and was blessed with all Siddhis (supernatural powers). By her blessings his half body became female and other half body male in the avatar of Ardhnarishvara.

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