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Sep 25, 2017: Navratri has great significance in Hinduism and the nine days of Navratri is considered the most auspicious days of the year. The celebration of Navratri comes twice every year and in the two celebrations, young girls are worshiped in Kanjak Puja.

On the ninth day of Navratri, 9 girls are worshiped to please Goddess Durga. One thing to recall is that upon the arrival of Navratri, the young girls of various ages ought to be venerated.


The reason behind worshipping girls of different ages in Kanjak Puja:

The young girl of a 2-year-old young lady is called Kanya and a three-year-old young girl is called Trimurti. By worshiping her, riches, bliss, success increment in the life and all worrisome issues in the family winds up.

The 4-year-old young girl is called Kalyani, by worshiping her, the home remains loaded with joy and thriving, overcoming obstacles.

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On the fifth day of Navratri, the aficionado should worship the five-year-old girl, the little girl of this age is called Rohini, worshiping the Rohini girl is good for the devotee’s health.

The 7-year-old girl is called Chandika, by venerating her, the house is filled with prosperity, while an eight-year-old girl is called Shambhavi, by worshiping her, poverty stays away.

The 9-year-old girl is considered as the form of Goddess Durga. By worshipping her, all the hurdles from the life gets eliminated.


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