India celebrates the religious festival of Navaratri, which means “nine nights” in Sanskrit. This day is sacred to all Indians and celebrates the Divine Mother, who takes the form of the Goddess Durga or Devi.
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22:5519/10/2012The Indian festival of Navaratri is celebrated twice a year, in spring and in autumn. The autumn celebration is called Durga Puja and involves the worship of the Hindu Goddess Purga, the Divine Mother and creator of all living things.>>