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Happy Navratri 2020: Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan, Rakul Preet and other celebrities extend wishes

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Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Preet, Kangana Ranaut and Vidya Balan among other celebs extended Navratri wishes

Known to be one of the biggest Hindu festivals, Saturday marks the first day of nine-day festival, ‘Navratri’ which is a celebration of the mighty valour of Goddess Durga and all her different avatars. Started on 17th October 2020, ‘Sharad Navratri’ would culminate on 25th October 2020 with Dussehra. Since the celebrations were a low-key affairs this year, a number of Bollywood celebrities took to social media to extend their wishes to fans on the festive occasion. 

Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Preet, Raveena Tandon, Ankita Lokhande and Kangana Ranaut, among other celebs extended wishes and shared quotes praising Goddess Durga.

Taking to his official Twitter handle, megastar Amitabh Bachchan shared a few photos and dedicated a Sanskrit Shloka to Maa Shakti.

“Shiva is absolute nothingness Shakti is the play of energy which means Shakti is everything #नवरात्रि has tremendous possibilities, let’s work on enhancing our energy system #Navratri2020,” posted Kangana Ranaut’s official Twitter handle along with a picture of her, worshipping. 

Extending her wishes along with a smiling face emoji, Rakul Preet wrote “Happy navratri to all.”

To wish her fans on the occasion of Navratri, Neetu Kapoor took to her Instagram handle and shared a video from the Ranbir Kapoor‘s film Rockstar where the actor could be seen singing at a religious gathering. Neetu shared the video in which Ranbir could be heard singing a bhajan to praise Goddess Durga and wrote, “Jai Mata Di.”

Taking to her Instagram account, Pavitra Rishta female lead, Ankita Lokhande shared: “Happy Navratri… Maa Shakti…one of the most important goddesses in the Sanatan Dharam, is really a divine cosmic energy that represents feminine energy and the dynamic forces that move through the universe. Shakti, who is responsible for creation and can also be an agent of change, is often manifested to destroy demonic forces and restore balance. As a vital cosmic force, Shakti takes many forms and names, including mother goddess, fierce warrior, and the dark goddess of destruction. In Sanatan, every god has a Shakti, or energy force. It’s one of the reasons she is worshipped by millions of people throughout India.

Shakti is also known as Parvati, Durga, and Kali, She’s an archetype who you might call upon for strength, fertility, and power. You might identify with her as a powerful female figure or you might look to her as you try to repair or sustain your marriage…..”

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Happy Navratri❤️ Repost @the_shivshakti with @make_repost ・・・ Maa Shakti… one of the most important goddesses in the Sanatan Dharam, is really a divine cosmic energy that represents feminine energy and the dynamic forces that move through the universe. Shakti, who is responsible for creation and can also be an agent of change, is often manifested to destroy demonic forces and restore balance. As a vital cosmic force, Shakti takes many forms and names, including mother goddess, fierce warrior, and the dark goddess of destruction. In Sanatan, every god has a Shakti, or energy force. It’s one of the reasons she is worshipped by millions of people throughout India. Shakti is also known as Parvati, Durga, and Kali, She’s an archetype who you might call upon for strength, fertility, and power. You might identify with her as a powerful female figure or you might look to her as you try to repair or sustain your marriage. As Parvati, she is the wife and energy behind the Hindu god of destruction and rejuvenation Shiva. With Shiva, she produced two sons: Kumara, who conquered the demon Taraka; and Ganesha, who became the elephant-headed god of wisdom and good fortune. Parvati symbolizes fertility, marital happiness, devotion, power, and asceticism. She is honored as the mother goddess, a universal source of energy, power, and creativity. Shakti is a Mahadevi, or Great goddess—which is essentially a sum of all other goddesses. In the guise of Durga, Shakti is a fierce warrior who kills the demon Mahisasur as well many other evil creatures. Kali is another form of Shakti who’s worshipped throughout India. Kali, whose name is commonly translated as “the black one,” is the dark goddess of destruction. In Hindu tradition, she symbolizes the destructive and temporary nature of life. However, her devoted adherents also believe that she protects them both on Earth and in the afterlife. Video cred @shiv_sharanarthi ✨👁🌷📿🕉🔱🐍🐚🔆🌀🌸🌙⌛️💀🌿🔔🎨🙏✨ Om Nama Shivaya~ Hari Om Tat Sat 🙏 💥🎆🎄☄⛳ ✨❤️👁🐂🕉📿🌸🏯🌀💖🗿🌷🙏🏻✨ #shiv #shankar #shambhu #mahadev #mahakal #bholenath #shiva #lordshiva #harharmahadev #omnamahshivaya #spiritual #power #energy #truth #love #happines

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Tweeting in Hindi, Actor Anupam Kher wished his fans “Happy Navratri” 

Posting a depiction of Maa Durga by Bengal artist Pallab Bhowmick. Urmila Matondkar captioned it, saying: “No matter what people tell you, words n ideas can change the world.” Most stunning depiction of #maadurga by Bengal artist Pallab Bhowmik. Maa Durga as migrant worker with her children. Wishing you all #HappyNavratri”

Uploading a stunning picture of herself in Silk saree, Actress Vidya Balan wishes ‘Happy Navratri’ to fans. Vidya wrote, “Happy Navratri… Happy #GoddessPower time.” 

Raveena Tandon too shared the same Pallab Bhowmick’s depiction of Maa Durga as ‘Migrant Mother With Her Children’ and wished her fans, saying “#Navratri2020.. Moving work by sculptor Pallab Bhowmick for this year’s pujo in one of the major pandals of Kolkata – Ma Durga as a migrant worker with her children. #MaShakti.”

“#HappyNavratri all,” tweeted Nimrat Kaur.

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