This Navratri💃🔱 let's connect to the 18 attributes (beads) of the Devi .

The word Navratri is derived from two Sanskrit words—

'nava' meaning nine and 'ratri' meaning night.

15th October – 23rd October (9days till Navami)
7am- 8am (Daily)

Significance of Navratri

The word Navratri is derived from two Sanskrit words—’nava’ meaning nine and ‘ratri’ meaning night.

Navratri has been a long-standing tradition for all of us with a great amount of religious value attached to it. We also know that Navratri undeniably is one the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated across the nation with great fervour and enthusiasm. However not many would know, that it is celebrated in different seasons, FOUR times a year. They are Chaitra Navratri, Ashadha Navratri, Sharadiya Navratri, and Paush/Magha Navratri.

Of these, the Sharadiya Navratri in the Varsha ritu (onset of autumn) and the Chaitra Navratri in the Vasanta ritu (season of spring) are very important.

Sharadiya Navratri. The other two Navratris – Ashadha Navratri and Magha Navratri are Gupt Navratri.

Sharadiya Navratri is the most popular and significant Navratri, also called Maha Navratri. It is celebrated during ashwin masa (hindu calendar month) the beginning of winter in September or October. This Navratri is widely celebrated across India.

Sharadiya Navratri is dedicated to nine forms of Maa.

Navratri also signifies slaying of demon Mahishasura by Goddess Durga and the tenth day is celebrated as Vijayadashami, also the day on which Sri Rama won the battle against Ravana and recovered Sita. In Southern parts of India, the festival includes worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati.

Special homas (fire ritual) are organised, abhishekas (pouring libations) are performed and pujas (worship with prayers and flower offerings to deity) are conducted during the period . People celebrate both these festivals through fasting, meditating and worshiping the nine forms of the goddess.While some people fast for all nine days, others observe the fast for the first and the last day to celebrate the onset and the end of the festival.

15th October – 23rd October (9days till Navami)
7am- 8am (Daily)

Who can join?

Benefits of joining -

  • People wishing to connect with the Devi aspect.
  • People looking for spiritual growth.
  • People who love to manifest positivity in their life.
  • People who want to empower themselves.
  • People who want to make the best of the auspicious days of Navratri & connect to the joy within.
  • Spiritual growth
  • Deep understanding about the Devi’s 18 attributes
  • Understanding about the Yogsiddhis.
  • Amplify your power of manifestation
  • Manifest joy in life
  • Win over the evil within

About Facilitator

Jaishri Iyer

Jaishri Iyer is a very strong, courageous, & dynamic woman like a Life Nurturer & it can be totally felt when one is in her presence. After working in the media industry for 22 years, now she is moved completely into serving the society and helping people nurture their life to the fullest through Reiki, Tarot, Runes, Candle Magick, Past Life Regression, Inner Child Healing, Bach Flower Therapy, Dreams Interpretation, Abundance Mastery, Self Mastery, Astrology, Vastu and Meditation.

She is the Founder of *‘reinvent’ ~ change your patterns*.

She was initiated into Reiki in 2006 and has been initiating people in The Usui Tradition of Reiki since 2009.

She is a true epitome of manifesting all she has ever desired in life & with this Energy she teaches as well as helps people manifest their dreams into reality. To Learn & manifest all your desires tune into her field which she calls the ‘Game of God’ and play along.

She Practices and teaches all the modalities mentioned above.

15th October – 23rd October (9days till Navami)
7am- 8am (Daily)