Happy Navratri!

Bankersadda wishes all our readers a very Happy Navratri. Readout this article to find out why we celebrate Navratri and the ritual that is followed on this day.

Bankersadda wishes everyone a very “Happy Navratri”. Navratri is a hindu festival celebrated all over India. It is known as Navratri because it is a nine day festival where people worship the nine forms of goddess. It is also known as Ugadi (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra), Gudi Padwa (Maharashtra). People fast on these nine days and on either eighth day popularly known as Ashtmi or on ninth day popularly known as Navmi people invite little girls at their houses and offer them food.

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This Navratri might not be as fulfilling as it used to be because of the Coronavirus outbreak but that doesn’t mean that you can celebrate this festival. Enjoy this festival by taking all the necessary measures to make sure that you are defeating the coronavirus. Make the best use of this time and work hard for your exams as once the situation will be under control all the organisations will release the exam dates and you will not get the time then to prepare.

This is the best time you can clear all your basics and practice as much as you can to make sure that you are not lagging behind in your preparation.

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