Durga Navami 2020: While the Navami Tithi starts on October 24, Maha Navami will be praised on October 25, 2020, too.
In West Bengal especially, Maha Navami isn’t generally equivalent to that of the other Indian states.
In different states, Maha Navami is seen according to Purva-Viddha rule, as indicated by drikpanchang.com. “As indicated by Purva-Viddha rule on the off chance that on earlier day Navami Tithi wins for 3 Muhurata before nightfall, at that point Mahanavami Puja and fasting is seen on the earlier day,” it says. For this situation, Ashtami and Navami puja, including fasting are done around the same time.
Creature penance, known as ‘Balidan’ is additionally performed on this day. The muhurat for this will start at 12:29 pm and end at 2:46 pm, on October 25, 2020.
On the off chance that Navami Tithi begins before Sanyakal on Ashtami Tithi, at that point both Ashtami Puja and Navami Puja are done around the same time, during Ashtami Tithi. Ashtami Puja, Sandhi Puja and Navami Puja are then done together on Ashtami Tithi. ‘Balidan’, in any case, happens on Navami Tithi.