Bollywood Celebs Celebrate Navaratri 2021: Here’s How Indian Film Stars A Enjoying The Festival – See Latest | Khatrimaza
The festival of Navratri is being celebrated with pomp across the country. Pandals are being decorated across the country and people are worshiping Mata Rani. Along with this, people are also organizing Kanya Pujan in their homes. Every festival has always been celebrated in a very special way in the entertainment world. Bollywood celebs are celebrating Navaratri 2021 in a unique style. Check out how Bollywood celebs are celebrating Navaratri 2021.
Bollywood Celebs Celebrate Navaratri 2021: StarS Reached Durga Pandal
Even in Navratri, stars are seen performing Garba and having darshan of Durga Maa in the pandal. In Mumbai, Kajol, Sumona Chakraborty, and many other stars came to visit the mother at the Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Puja pandal. While Kajol wore a pink sari, Sumona looked very beautiful in a blue sari. His pictures are becoming very viral on social media.
Actress Kajol also shared beautiful pictures on her Instagram. Kajol worshiped in the pandal and her pictures are being well-liked on social media. Kajol’s eyes filled with tears while meeting her uncle at the pandal. She was constantly hugging her uncle and wiping tears. According to the news, she was very upset after her mother Tanuja’s health deteriorated and she could not hold back her tears after seeing her uncle.
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At the beginning of Navratri, all the stars had congratulated Navratri. Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Hema Malini, Sushmita Sen, Madhur Bhandarkar wish their fans a Happy Navratri. Fans also showered a lot of love on his post.
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Today is the Ashtami date of Navratri and the holy festival of Navratri, dedicated to Mother Durga, is now nearing its end. The Ashtami date of Navratri is considered very important, it is known by both the names Mahaashtami and Durga Ashtami.
On the eighth day of Navratri i.e. today, there is a law to worship Maa Mahagauri. Her complexion is white like milk, because of her pride, she is called Mahagauri. They are unfailingly fruitful. By worshiping them, all the impurities of a person are washed away and the sins accumulated in the past are also destroyed.