Significance Of Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 

Ashadha Gupt Navratri

An auspicious celebration lasting nine days, Ashadha Gupt Navratri (Hindi: ) is centred on the adoration of nine distinct manifestations of the goddess Shakti or Durga. This festival is known by its Hindi name. One of the most significant celebrations that Hindus take part in, it is observed with the utmost devotion and fervour. Gupt Navratri is also called Shakambhari Navratri or Gayatri Navratri, and it is observed with a great deal of revelry and reverence throughout all regions of India, particularly in the northern states.

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The Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 began on a Thursday on the 30th of June and finished on a Friday on the 8th of July.

Ashadha Gupt Navratri is celebrated from the Pratipada (first day) of the Shukla Paksha (the rising phase of the moon) in the Ashadha month of the ancient Hindu calendar. This festival lasts until the Navami (ninth day) of the Shukla Paksha. This celebration takes place during June and July according to the English calendar.

Gupt Navratri : Pooja, Traditions, and Rituals

During the nine days that make up Gupt Navratri, believers of the Hindu religion offer their prayers to the goddess Durga with complete devotion. During this time, devotees typically rise before the sun. Each of these nine days has its particular way in which it is observed, and on each of these days, adoration is paid to a distinct manifestation of the goddess Durga. 

  • Day 1: Pratipada Tithi – Ghatasthapana and Shailpurti Puja
  • Day 2: Dwitiya Tithi – Brahmacharini Puja
  • Day 3: Tritiya Tithi – Chandraghanta Puja
  • Day 4: Chaturthi Tithi – Kushmanda Puja
  • Day 5: Panchami Tithi – Skandamata Puja
  • Day 6: Shasthi Tithi – Katyayani Puja
  • Day 7: Saptami Tithi – Kalaratri Puja
  • Day 8: Ashtami Tithi – Maha Gauri Puja
  • Day 9: Navami Tithi – Siddhidatri Puja

The other roopas of Devi Durga which are worshipped during gupt Navratri by sadhakas:

  • Kali – the one who swallows time
  • Tara – the protector
  • Tripura Sundari – the most beautiful in the world
  • Bhuvaneshwari – the Goddess of the world
  • Bhairavi – the fiercest one
  • Chinnamasta – the one who severed her head
  • Dhumvati – the elderly one or widow
  • Bagalamukhi – the one who numbs the enemy
  • Matangi – the Goddess of music and speech
  • Kamalatmika – the graceful one

During the nine days of the Ashadha Gupt Navratri, some of the devotees also undertake a stringent fasting ritual. They limit themselves to one meal every day that is completely unadulterated and Saatvik. If devotees are unable to keep a full fast because of health concerns, then they are permitted to observe a partial fast instead. During this period, consuming food that is considered to be “Phalahaar,” together with fruits and milk, is permitted.

Mantras that are devoted to the Hindu goddess Durga are chanted by followers during the Ashadha Gupt Navratri festival to seek the goddess’s heavenly graces. It is seen to be exceedingly fortunate to recite religious books such as the “Durga Saptshati,” “Devi Mahaatmya,” and “Shrimad-Devi Bhagwat.”

During the Ashadha Gupt Navratri, members of the Hindu religion also chant “Durga Battisi,” which is a collection of 32 various names for the goddess Shakti. It is thought that engaging in this technique puts an end to all difficulties and assists devotees in achieving tranquillity in their daily lives.

The Background of the Ashadha Gupta Navratri of the Goddess

During the time of the Vedas, the celebration of Gupt Navratri was restricted to a small group of highly talented Sadhaks, also known as Sages. Tantriks and Sadhaks attach a significant amount of significance to the Gupt Navratri.

The dates of the Ashadha Gupt Navratri festival range from 2022 to 2029.

Year Date

  • 2022 On the 30th of June, Thursday
  • 2023 On the 19th of June, Monday
  • 2024 on the sixth of July, a Saturday
  • 2025 On the 26th of June, Thursday
  • 15th July 2026, on a Wednesday
  • 2027 Fourth of July, on a Sunday
  • 2028, Friday the 23rd June
  • 2029 on the 12th of July, Thursday

It is thought that if one does the ritual of “Sadhna” for the maa Durga during this period, they will be able to solve all of their materialistic issues. Tantrik Puja is hence the most common practice during Gupt Navratri. The Sadhaks invoke the goddess Durga throughout this period in the hopes of being blessed with intelligence, prosperity, and success.

Significance Of Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 
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