In the Northen states of India, Navratri culminates with the celebration of Ramlila. It marks the end of the nine-day long fight between Lord Ram and his enemy Ravana. As always, good triumphs over evil.
On this day, we celebrate the achievements of people with disability and applaud their determination to win against all odds. Let us actively strive to provide them equal rights and reinforce their self-belief.
Navratri in Karnataka is celebrated royally and devotees continue this tradition even today carried from the Vijayanagara Dynasty. On Dashami, there is a grand procession on the streets and exhibitions and fairs are held all over the state. Dussehra celebration of Mysore is world famous. #NavratriDay8 #Navratri2016 #SBIFestiveFervour #Vijayadashami #SaraswatiPooja #NavratriInKarnataka #Dasara #NavratriColours #ColourDay8 #NavratriFacts
Durga Puja celebrates the victory of Goddess Durga over the evil Mahishasura. Also celebrated as Durgotsav, Durga Puja is the year’s biggest celebration in West Bengal and parts of Eastern states of India
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In Tamil Nadu, Navratri is celebrated by worshipping dolls or figurines known as Bomai Golu. Families create an artistic display of dolls which are representative of the durbar or assembly of Goddess Durga.
We invoke the powers of Shakti Ma during Navratri who assumes various forms. While Goddess Durga is worshipped to destroy our impurities and vices, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped to bestow upon us spiritual wealth and Goddess Saraswati is worshipped to bless us with knowledge and wisdom. #SBIFestiveFervour #MaaDurga #GoddessLakshmi #GoddessSaraswati #NavratriColours #ColourDay4 #NavratriFacts