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Since when did the celebration of navaratri as a festival started in India..what is the significance of it..?

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Asked by dharamender nebhnani, 19 Sep '09 07:12 pm
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N days long gone by, King Dhruvasindu was killed by a lion when he went out hunting. Preparations were made to crown the prince Sudarsana. But, King Yudhajit of Ujjain, the father of Queen Lilavati, and King Virasena of Kalinga, the father of Queen Manorama, were each desirous of securing the Kosala throne for their respective grandsons. They fought with each other. King Virasena was killed in the battle. Manorama fled to the forest with Prince Sudarsana and a eunuch. They took refuge in the hermitage of Rishi Bharadwaja.
The victor, King Yudhajit, thereupon crowned his grandson, Satrujit, at Ayodhya, the capital of Kosala. He then went out in search of Manorama and her son. The Rishi said that he would not give up those who had sought protection under him. Yudhajit became furious. He wanted to attack the Rishi. But, his minister told him about the truth of the Rishis statement. Yudhajit returned to his capital.
Fortune smiled on Prince Sudarsana. A hermits son came one day and calle ...more
Answered by Shikha Aggarwal, 05 Oct '09 01:58 pm

 
  
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Since the time of creation as in all ancient vedas,purans it is mentioned even bhagwann tamji did pooja to get his power back.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 19 Sep '09 07:55 pm

 
  
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