In this article we have shared a Free Download Navratri Wishing Script 2020 for you. You can add this script to your WordPress, Blogger and your HTML site. So let’s see what is Navratri and how to Download Navratri Wishing Script .
Navratri is part of a pan-Asian, 9-day autumn festival that goes by different names. The Chinese related peoples of Asia call it the Nine Emperor Gods Festival and the Indian related people call it the Navaratri (Festival of Nine Nights). It is celebrated in 100s of different forms.
In India, the festival starts on the new moon day falling between September 15 & October 15. In East Asia, it starts on the 9th day of the 9th lunar month [around the same time period].
In India, the primary theme is the celebration of truth over evil. It is celebrated as Garbha-Dandiya, Ramlila, Golu and Durga Pooja in various parts of the country (explained in detail below). It is probably the most important Indian festival you have never heard of. Essentially, it is an art festival and the celebration of good over the evil.
Women take a central stage in this festival and it is a celebration of femine qualities such as dance, music and decoration. It is celebrated over 10 days in September-October. It is also a reminder of historic status of women in India and how they held lot more power in ancient India.
If you are interested in arts, this is one of the best time to visit India. It is just after the monsoons and the weather is not too hot, nor cold in most parts of the country.
What is the story of Navratri?
There are different stories associated with the festival of Navratri but all of these stories give a common message that is ‘victory of Good over bad’ There are two popular folklores which briefly narrate the story of Navratri.
In the Northern and Western parts of India, the victory of Lord Rama over the demon King Ravana is celebrated as Navratri. As per this story Ravana, the demon King kidnapped Sita Mata, consort of Lord Rama. The Lord killed the demon after a hard battle for nine days and on the tenth day Rama killed Ravana by shooting a bolt in his navel.
In the Eastern and Northeastern parts of India, Navratri is observed to celebrate the victory of goddess Durga over Mahishasura. According to this story, there was once a bison demon named Mahishasura who had gained a boon from Brahma that no man would be able to kill him. Mahishasura was filled with pride and set out destroying everything in order to rule the world. Lord Indra went to seek help of the Trinity as the demon had defeated Lord Indra too. Learning about the destruction the demon had caused. Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva decided to combine their power in order to create a Supreme power that would kill the demon. After they combined their powers Goddess Durga appeared. She fought the bison evil Mahishasura for nine days and finally on the tenth day She succeeded in killing the demon to reestablish harmony and Dharma. The tenth day is celebrated as ‘Vijayadashmi’. She was effective and her prosperity is remembered each year through the Durga Pooja. The story is written in the epic ‘Devi Mahatmya’.
In the Southern conditions of the nation, Navratri is commended by adoring various goddesses and praising their triumph.
How to download Navratri wishing script 2020
Below you can see the countdown for the download link. Here you have to wait for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds a download link will be created here.
Once the download link is created, an option like below will come up where you have to click on the download button.
Clicking on this link will take you to another site. From there you can download Navratri Wishing Script for free.
Now click on the text file to take it.
Now right click the mouse and click on the (save us ) to download the file. Or you can copy the file from there if you want.
Now you can add this script to your blogger or your web site. There are many tutorials on YouTube on how to add this Navratri wishing script to Blogger or your web site. If you need any other wishing script, please comment and we will try to share that script in front of you.