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Posts Tagged ‘Navaratri’

Navaratri 2013 – Day 1: Rama Ravi (Vocal) live in concert…

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on October 5, 2013

Streamed live on Oct 5, 2013

Navaratri at the Isha Yoga Center will include various classical dance and music performances every night from 5.30 pm — 7:00 pm. The concerts will be webcast live at

Today’s concert features Carnatic vocalist Rama Ravi, a concert musician for over three decades. Ms. Ravi has featured in Sangeet Sammelan recitals, and national programs on Doordarshan and All India Radio. Her performances have also won international acclaim, for instance, at the Paris Autumn Festival, broadcast nationally in France, where her classicism was applauded by the perceptive audience.
(Source: 10/05/2013 – IshaFoundation | YT Channel)


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Navaratri & Nava Durga (5-13 Oct 2013): The Nine Forms of The Mother Goddess

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on October 5, 2013

Navaratri: The 9 Divine Nights

Hindus mark the advent of winter with Navaratri (5th – 13th October 2013) which includes nights/days of fast and prayer to Durga, the Mother Goddess… [more]

10 Days with the Mother Goddess!

The festive season for Hindus begins with the fast of “Navaratri”, and ends with the festivities of “Dusshera” and “Vijayadashami.” Read about the different ways it is celebrated… [more]

Nava Durga: The Nine Appellations – The 9 Forms of The Mother Goddess

Nava – that also means ‘new’ – denotes ‘nine’ the number to which sages attach special significance. Hence, we have Nava-ratri (9 nights), Nava-patrika (9 leaves / herbs / plants), Nava-graha (9 planets), and Nava-Durga (9 appelletions).

Here’re the 9 manifestations of Goddess Durga. Each goddess has a different form and a special significance. Nava Durga, if worshipped with religious fervor, it is believed, lift the divine spirit in us and fill us with renewed happiness.

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(Source: 09/30/2008 – Subhamoy Das | since 1999 Hinduism Guide @ (Blog & Forum))

Goddess Gallery: Durga – Contemporary Paintings of Goddess Durga

A selection of contemporary the Mother Goddess Durga paintings by courtesy of Exotic India Art Gallery, New Delhi.

For bigger images please visit the website.


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