Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

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Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Take a Look Inside Navaratri Celebrations in Cunupia

Hindu devotees makes offerings during Kanya Kumari Pooja on Sunday 25th March as part of Navaratri celebrations at the Shiv Gana Mandir in Cunupia. The children called Kumaris represent the 9 manifestations of the Goddess Durga The word “Navaratri” is a conjunction of two words “nava” (meaning “nine”) and “ratri” (meaning “night”). Spread over 9 nights and 10 days, it is one of the most sacred festivals in Hinduism involving the worship of the Goddess Durga or Shakti, representing the energy of the universe in her 9 beautiful forms.

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