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2015 Shardiya Navratri Calendar for Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India

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2015 Shardiya Navratri Dates for Ujjain, India

Navratri Day 1


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Pratipada
Panchang for Ghatasthapana Day
Navratri color of the day -
Red
1
13th
October 2015
(Tuesday)

Navratri Day 2


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Pratipada
Panchang for Chandra Darshan Day
Navratri color of the day -
Royal Blue
2
14th
October 2015
(Wednesday)

Navratri Day 3


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Dwitiya
Panchang for Brahmacharini Puja Day
Navratri color of the day -
Yellow
3
15th
October 2015
(Thursday)

Navratri Day 4


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Tritiya
Sindoor Tritiya
Chandraghanta Puja
Panchang for Sindoor Tritiya Day
Navratri color of the day -
Green
4
16th
October 2015
(Friday)

Navratri Day 5


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Chaturthi
Kushmanda Puja
Varad Vinayaka Chauth
Upang Lalita Vrat
Panchang for Kushmanda Puja Day
Navratri color of the day -
Grey
5
17th
October 2015
(Saturday)

Navratri Day 6


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Panchami
Panchang for Skandamata Puja Day
Navratri color of the day -
Orange
6
18th
October 2015
(Sunday)

Navratri Day 7


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Shashthi
Panchang for Katyayani Puja Day
Navratri color of the day -
White
7
19th
October 2015
(Monday)

Navratri Day 8


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
Saptami
Panchang for Kalaratri Puja Day
Navratri color of the day -
Pink
8
20th
October 2015
(Tuesday)

Navratri Day 9


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
9
21st
October 2015
(Wednesday)

Navratri Day 10


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
10
22nd
October 2015
(Thursday)

Navratri Day 11


Ghatasthapana Grass Ghatasthapana Kalash
11
23rd
October 2015
(Friday)
2015 Shardiya Navratri

Shardiya Navratri is the most popular and significant Navratri of all Navratris. That’s why Shardiya Navratri is also known as Maha Navratri.

It falls in lunar month Ashwin during Sharad Ritu. The name Shardiya Navratri has been taken from Sharad Ritu. All nine days during Navratri are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Shakti. Shardiya Navratri falls in the month of September or October. The nine days festivity culminates on tenth day with Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami.

Women, especially in Maharashtra and Gujarat, adorn themselves with 9 different colors which are allocated to each day of Navratri. The color of the day is decided on the weekday. Each weekday is ruled by one the planets or Navgrahas and accordingly colors are assigned to each day.

You might also be interested in Durga Puja Calendar during Maha Navratri.

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