Celebrate the Festival of Navratri 2020 – Why I Recommend It

Navratri 2020

Navratri 2020 has come up as the most auspicious day of the year to celebrate India’s golden harvest with all its colorful colors and festivity. Navratri 2020 is celebrated the whole month of February, which is a period that is highly significant to Hinduism, the major religion of India and this season that are celebrated with great pomp and show by Indians of all age groups in India.

The month of March in India falls under the month of Rajasthan. Rajasthan falls under the state of Maharashtra, where Navratri 2020 falls on the 15th day of this month. Navratri 2020 falls on the last day of this month.

The festivities on Navratri include lots of traditional rituals which are conducted in order to bring good luck for the coming year and also to mark the arrival of spring. These rituals include the offerings of sweets to Goddess Lakshmi and also the offering of fresh flowers.

There is also a special Navratri color scheme that is adopted for Navratri which includes the use of a yellowish and greenish hue for the festivity which is also accompanied by the use of some red cloth. The women in India wear red sari or salwar kameez on this special day, which is what is referred to as a ‘Raksha Bandhan’.

Navratri 2020

The best time to celebrate Navratri is from mid-February to mid-March. However, since Navratri falls during the month of March, celebrations in Mumbai, Delhi and other Indian cities may be conducted till late in this month.

The Navratri colors in India include the combination of green and gold, which is known to symbolize the good fortune of one who receives it. However, if you are looking for a particular color then you need to search for it in the internet. It is believed that it is impossible to predict the future so it is essential to have the courage to make the best possible arrangements in order to make sure that the season of Navratri that you wish for remains a happy and fruitful one.

To celebrate the festival of Navratri with the complete decorum, it is imperative to choose a location that has good weather, beautiful scenery, and peaceful surroundings. The best place to get the perfect location for your Navratri party is in the city of Mumbai.

Navratri has always been an important festival in the Indian culture. The Navratri 2020 celebrations are celebrated with great pomp and show and gaiety in Mumbai, Delhi and other popular cities of India.

There are also some other places in India which are famous for holding a Navratri celebration like Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Delhi, Pune and many others. If you want to hold the Navratri party in a different city then you should first check out the city that you plan to attend on this auspicious occasion.

A perfect setting for a Navratri 2020 celebration can also be obtained by visiting the surrounding areas. One can go on a tour around the areas of the surrounding areas of the city to gather the best possible information about the various festivals that take place in the region. This way one will be able to find out the best way in which you can celebrate this festival in your own home.

If you are planning to have a Navratri celebration in a beach resort then the options for you are limitless as there are many beachfront hotels and resorts in Mumbai and Delhi and even in other cities of India which have beaches for weddings. However, if you do not have the luxury of choosing the hotel of your choice then there are hotels which can be rented easily which will accommodate all your guests for the festival.

Apart from beaches, there are also a lot of other options for you to have a great time on Navratri and to celebrate the festival. If you are planning to have a barbecue then there are a lot of places which are also considered ideal for such activities as there are various parties held in parks and other public places like markets and malls.

When it comes to food and drinking, Navratri 2020 does not have much difference between it and any other festival so it is best if you keep it simple and stick to traditional food items. You can even try to make the food yourself rather than going for restaurants as the Navratri cakes are made in a more authentic manner and the tastes are unique.

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