The Navratri festival is here and people all across India have geared up for the celebrations. The nine-day festival, commemorating triumph of good over evil begins on September 21 and ends on September 29, followed by Dussehra on September On this day, devotees worship nine different avatars of Goddess Durga and seek her blessings. Different customs are followed in different regions of the country, while some devotees observe fasts and organise overnight prayers for the supreme, others celebrate the victory of the Goddess through Garba songs and by participating in Dandiya dance occasions. While, people are engrossed in preparing for the festival, we have created a list of top 10 songs, bhajans and aartis that you can listen and groove to during the celebration of this vibrant festival. Here is a list of songs, bhajans and aartis that can be played to honour the deity during the nine nights of Navaratri. Click here to join our channel indianexpress and stay updated with the latest headlines.
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The festival of Navratri is celebrated with full zest and fervour in India. In different regions of the country, people have their own unique way of celebrating it. Some observe fasts and organise overnight prayers for Goddess Durga, others celebrate it through Garba songs and participate in Dandiya dance competitions. However, this year the celebrations would be a little different because of the widespread coronavirus. The government has banned commercial or traditional street garbas. There will also be no fairs or dandiya nights.