Importance of Flowers During Navratri


An Indian festival that lasts for 9 days – Navratri is always celebrated in an innovative manner every year. This Navratri festival is celebrated in different ways in different states of India by celebrating Goddess Durga. In Gujarat, girls and boys dress themselves in the best ethnic wear like ghaghra cholis and kurta pyjama for garba and dandiya raas play. This play is held around the earthen pot and image of Mother Goddess. Whereas, in Bengal, people resemble the power of females by performing Durga Puja. Goddess Durga is believed to spread peace on this earth again. While, South India altogether has a different way of celebrating this festival by presenting gifts. Gifts in the form of prashad are exchanged which includes coconuts, sweets and clothes.

Most of the people clean their home on the day of Amavasya – a day before Navratri to welcome Goddess Durga. People also keep Mata ki Chowki in the Navratri days. Celebrating this festival definitely needs flowers for keeping a positive environment. While most of the people are doing such, the offline vendors might run out of stock. But in this 21st century, everything is possible within just few clicks. There are various florists in Mumbai online that can deliver fresh flowers at your doorstep. Also, numerous florists provide same day delivery, fixed date and time delivery for instant facilitation. In such a mess, it is a wise idea to opt for online flower delivery in Mumbai. Here is a gist of nine incarnations of nine different days.

Shoe Flower or Hibiscus for Maa Shailputri on Day 1

Maa Shailputri is the very first incarnation of Maa Durga and she is well known as Parvati. She would definitely bless you with immense happiness if she is pleased with your worships.

Shevanti/Chrysanthemum for Goddess Brahmacharini on Day 2

Brahmachirini is worshipped on this day as Maa Durga performed severe amendment in order to gain Lord Shiva as her husband. Once this was done, Maa Durga acquired a lot of purity and piousness. The same would happen to us if we please Lord Brahmacharini.

Lotus for Chandraghanta on Day 3

She is called Chandraghanta as she rides on a lion called ‘Dharma’. Worshipping this Goddess on day 3, would help you get rid from all the sins and sufferings.

Jui flowers for Kushmanda Maa on Day 4

Maa Durga’s 4th incarnation is that of Kushmanda Maa who holds a flower in one of her eight hands. She bestows all the super natural powers.

Rose flowers for Skandamata on Day 5

Skandamata Maa who is worshipped on day 5 is the mother of Kartikeya. She is the one who sits on a lion. Worshipping her would surely purify your heart which liberates you from all the problems in your life.

Jasmine flowers for Katyayani on Day 6

This form of incarnation slays the Mahishasur, the demon. Devoting Maa Katyayani on day 6 sincerely would honor you with all the wealth and prosperity.

Krishnakamal flower / Passiflora for Goddess Krishnakamal Day 7

Goddess Krishnakamal rides a donkey, four arms, flaming mouth and three eyes. There might be obstacles in devoting her time. But passing through it would make you fearless, give you peace and vanish all your problems.

Mogra for Mahaguri on Day 8

She is an incarnation that had a dark complexion unless she pleased Lord Shiva by cleansing herself with the holy water of Ganga. Later, she turned out to be fair. So, devoting time to her on this day would give you a great peace of mind.

Chapa flowers for Siddhidatri on Day 9

Siddhidatri means giving supernatural powers. This goddess holds the conch shell, mace, chakra and lotus flower in four arms.

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