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Bengal Maha Navami Date And Pooja Timings From 2017 To 2030

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Bengal Maha Navami on Friday 29th September 2017

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timing:
Navami Tithi Starts = 9:36 PM on 28-September-2017
Navami Tithi Ends = 11:49 PM on 29-September-2017

Bengal Maha Navami Thursday 18th October 2018

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 12:49 PM on 17-October-2018
Navami Tithi Ends = 3:28 PM on 18-October-2018

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja

Bengal Maha Navami Monday 7th October 2019

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 10:54 AM on 6-October-2019
Navami Tithi Ends = 12:37 PM on 7-October-2019

Bengal Maha Navami Sunday 25th October 2020

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 6:58 AM on 24-October-2020
Navami Tithi Ends = 7:41 AM on 25-October-2020

Bengal Maha Navami Thursday 14th October 2021

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 8:07 PM on 13-October-2021
Navami Tithi Ends = 6:51 PM on 14-October-2021

Bengal Maha Navami Tuesday 4th October 2022

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 4:37 PM on 3-October-2022
Navami Tithi Ends = 2:20 PM on 4-October-2022

Bengal Maha Navami Monday 23rd October 2023

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 7:58 PM on 22-October-2023
Navami Tithi Ends = 5:44 PM on 23-October-2023

Bengal Maha Navami Saturday 12th October 2024

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 12:06 PM on 11-October-2024
Navami Tithi Ends = 10:57 AM on 12-October-2024

Bengal Maha Navami Wednesday 1st October 2025

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 6:05 PM on 30-September-2025
Navami Tithi Ends = 7:00 PM on 1-October-2025

Bengal Maha Navami Tuesday 20th October 2026

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 10:51 AM on 19-October-2026
Navami Tithi Ends = 12:49 PM on 20-October-2026

Bengal Maha Navami Saturday 9th October 2027

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 6:26 AM on 8-October-2027
Navami Tithi Ends = 9:01 AM on 9-October-2027

Bengal Maha Navami Wednesday 27th September 2028

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 6:57 AM on 26-September-2028
Navami Tithi Ends = 8:08 AM on 27-September-2028

Bengal Maha Navami Monday 15th October 2029

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 4:27 AM on 15-October-2029
Navami Tithi Ends = 4:37 AM on 16-October-2029

Bengal Maha Navami Saturday 5th October 2030

Bengal Maha Navami Pooja Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 8:30 PM on 4-October-2030
Navami Tithi Ends = 6:52 PM on 5-October-2030

Bengal Maha Navami Festival:
In West Bengal the day of Maha Navami Puja varies from that of other states of India. It usually happens one day after the Mahanavami in other states.

In most of the Indian states, except Bengal, Mahanavami is observed based on Purva-Viddha rule. Purva-Viddha rule insists that if Navami Tithi prevails for 3 Muhurata before sunset on the previous day, then Mahanavami Puja and fasting should be observed on the previous day. If it happens, then both the Ashtami and Navami Puja including fasting are performed on the same day. However, it may be noted that this rule is applicable to Navami Puja and Navami fasting only, but not applicable to Navami Balidan. Various religious texts including Dharmasindhu and Nirnayasindhu have mentioned this rule.

In West Bengal, Para-Viddha rule is followed for observing Maha Navami. Para-Viddha rule insists that Mahanavami should be observed when it prevails at least for one Muhurata after Sunrise.

Further, in West Bengal, Mahanavami is the third and final day of Durga Puja and the Durga Puja on this day begins with Mahasnan and Shodashopachar Puja.

On Maha Navami, Goddess Durga is worshipped in the form of Mahisasuramardini, which means the Destroyer of the Buffalo Demon. It was on Maha Navami day Goddess Durga killed the demon Mahishasura.

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