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Navratri Calendar is more popular than Chaitra navratri. Among the several festivals in India, Navratri has great importance. During Sharad navratri, celebrations are made on the grand label in all over India.
The festival signifies the victory of good over the evil and is celebrated with full enthusiasm. Generally, it falls in the month of September or October. The nine days of Navratri are one of the most religious days as people forbid all unlawful practices and perform religious ceremonies.
Sharad navratri is also known as Maha Navratri. The aim of celebrating this festival is to remind people of the real goals of human life and also make them understand the value of doing good and condemning evil. At the time of Sharad Navratri, people worship nine Goddess like Chaitra navratri worship by following all the rituals and customs. Navratri the festival dedicated to Maa Durga, the embodiment of Shakti or cosmic energy is one of the pious festivals for the Hindus. On the tenth day of Sharad navratri, Durga Visarjan ritual has been performed, in which people immersed the idol of goddess Durga into the river.
The festival of Navratri symbolizes the journey of humanness to divinity. On the tenth day of navratri, Dussehra is also celebrated in all over India. Sharad Navratri observed in September/October is widely celebrated across India and abroad and witnesses huge festivities that touch everyone’s lives. On Dussehra, Lord Rama had killed demon Ravana so it is celebrated as the victory of Good over Evil.
Maa Durga has nine forms, and all are worshipped during Navratri by dedicating each day to one ‘avatar’ or incarnation. Here you can find the 2018 Sharad navratri dates according to western calendar and Hindu Lunar calendar. Each goddess is representative of a particular virtue and is believed to bestow worldly and spiritual fulfilment. Check the Sharad Navratri 2018 Calendar and worship nine incarnations of Maa Durga.

Navratri Calendar 2018

Day 1: October 10 (Wednesday)
Navratri First Day
Devi Shailputri
Colour: Royal Blue

Day 2: October 11 (Thursday)
Navratri Second Day
Devi Brahmcharini
Colour: Yellow

Day 3: October 12 (Friday)
Navratri Third Day
Devi Chandrghanta
Colour: Green

Day 4: October 13 (Saturday)
Navratri Fourth Day
Devi Kushmanda
Colour: Grey

Day 5: October 14 (Sunday)
Navratri Fifth Day
Devi Skanda
Colour: Orange

Day 6: October 15 (Monday)
Navratri Sixth Day
Devi Katyayani
Colour: White

Day 7: October 16 (Tuesday)
Navratri Seventh Day
Devi Kalratri
Colour: Red

Day 8: October 17 (Wednesday)
Navratri Eighth Day
Devi Gauri
Colour: Sky Blue

Day 9: October 18 (Thursday)
Navratri Nineth Day
Devi Siddhi Datri
Colour: Pink