India has always been a land of culturals and festivals.All parts of the Country celebrate each festivals with great pomp & pride which brings us all together as a symbol of Love , Respect and Happiness for each other be it of any caste or religion.Among all Diwali & Navratri have their own pride…
So Let’s look at 10 Best Places to Visit in Navratri…
Ahemdabad is the main centre of attraction when talking about festivals and celebrations. Navratri is the main festival of people in Gujarat ..In Ahemdabad people make preparations for this festivals like no where else.People Gather in large numbers to mark this 9 day festival and celebrations are carried on..
Mumbai is known for big celebrations , the nights are musical, grounds are crowded with people dressed in colourful dresses of various types and the streets come alive with the sound of music and lights . You know it is Navratri and the nine-night festival certainly brings joy in everyone of us.Mumbai is always known for folk singers coming from Gujarat specially to make this festival more alive.
Surat Navratri is celebrated with devotee passion across the city with even foreigners joining the celebrations at major centers of attraction like The Surat Indoor Stadium Navratri Celebration … etc… During this Nine Days of Navratri The Entire Diamond City is glittered …with Lights and Decorations all over…
Actually in whole Gujarat, Navratri festival is celebrated at its best in Vadodara only. With United Way Of Baroda and Shishu… engaging most number of visitors every year now the Special Care for People coming from foreign countries is taken and Yes Believe Me You should atleast once Visit this thrilling Place for Celebrations of Navratri.
Bhuj in Kutch is The place which is a Must Experience for atleast one time… in our life… Famous Folk Singer of Gujarat ” Kirtidan Gadhvi ” is The one who makes this place more attracting and more crowded year by year… with his soulful voice… Believe me He is simply Best at Singing Gujarati Folk Songs… Every Year Narendra Modi Navratri Mahotsav in Bhuj hires Kirtidan Gadhvi for this 9 day festival..
6. Mysore Palace , Karnataka
The celebration of Dussehra is royal and grand in All over Karnataka , marking the victory of truth over evil. The festival has been celebrated for over 400 years lights illuminate the complete city. The famous Royal Mysore Palace is decorated with more than 1,00,000 lights on the festival of Dussehra, Don’t miss the procession of beautifully adorned elephants on the decorated streets of Mysore, which displays city’s royalty and ethnic culture every year..
7. Ramleela Maidan , Delhi
There are Various grounds where you will find small Ravana, Megnath and Kumbkaran statues acros delhi. Ramlila is performed around this area. The most famous in Delhi is the Ramlila Maidan. Over thousands of people from Delhi and all over India gather to celebrate Ram’s victory over Ravana’s on the Day of Dussehra.
8. Vaishnodevi , Jammu
Mata Vaishnodevi Temple is the oldest and one of the most visited shrines in the country.VaishnoDevi is located at Katra in Jammu. Anyone looking for a spiritual experience can visit Katra during the Navratri festival where Thousands of devotees from across the nation arrive here to offer their prayers and seek blessings of Vaishnodevi.
9. West Bengal
With prayers, lights, colours, dance, music, food and devotion, the nine-day festival gives a great chance to experience the rich Bengali culture.Duga Puja is the Main Festivals of people in Bengal.. and They celebrate it with.. Offering Various sweets and then immersing idol of lord durga in water..
Like West Bengal,Varansi too has special and Unique way of Celebrating the Win of Good Over Evil.. Statues of Ravan is Burnt…marking the celebrations at Ramnagar at a distance of 15 km from the Varansi city is particularly famous for this event on the day of Vijayadashmi..