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There are a lot of different types of festivals that are celebrated in the country of India which has a rich cultural heritage. There is a very rich golden history and age old traditions which are reflected..

There are a lot of different types of festivals that are celebrated in the country of India which has a rich cultural heritage. There is a very rich golden history and age old traditions which are reflected in the various festivals that are celebrated in different parts of India. One such very popular festival is the Nav Chandi fair that is celebrated in the city of Meerut of Uttar Pradesh. This festival was started in the year 1672.
Navchandi Mela 2015 is annually held after the Holi festival and the fair attracts nearly a 100,000 people. Navchandi Mela 2015 date is March 11. Nav Chandi Fair and Festival lasts for a month and is famous for its crafts. Numerous religious activities are also part of the fair.
It is believed is observed to commemorate the building of the Chandi Temple in Meerut by Mandodari, the wife of the demon king, Ravana.Shopkeepers from all over Uttar Pradesh and North India put up stalls in the fair – more than 1000 stalls are put in a 4 square kilometer area. The fair offers various kinds of crafts, utensils, entertainments and food.
Candi or Candiika is the name by which the Supreme Goddess is referred to in Devi Mahatmya. According to Coburn, "Candiika is " the violent and impetuous one". In the light of the primacy of this designation of the goddess, it is striking that the word Candika has virtually no earlier history in Sanskrit. There are no instances of its occurrence in the Vedic literature we have surveyed. The epics are similarly barren: neither the Ramayana nor the Mahabharata give evidence of the epithet, although in one of the hymns inserted in the latterCanda and Candi are applied to the deity they praised."
The designation of Chandi or Chandika is used twenty-nine times in the Devi Mahatmya, which is agreed by many scholars to have had originated in Bengal, the primary seat of the Shakta or Goddess tradition and tantric sadhana since ancient times. It is the most common epithet used for the Goddess. In Devi Mahatmya, Chandi, Chandika, Ambika and Durga have been used synonymously.
Nav chandi yagya with samputit path is a hawan which is a combination of 700 mantras that are taken from Markandaye Puraan. Markandeya Puraan has various mantras for various problems. It takes 9 days for a Nav Chandi yagya hawan to be accomplished.
Nav Chandi Yagya Hawan helps you get embraced with the blessings of the divine mother. If your stars are not in your favor this hawan helps make them work for you and be in your favor. Once this yagya is performed properly it spreads all over the positive vibes and makes the ambience energetic and positive. Nav Chandi Yagya hawan is an exceptional matchless and convoluted yagna which combines the powers of the divine mother.
Navchandi path is performed for long and successful maried life. This is the most powerful Path for solving serious problems related to Career, Job, Family disputes, Health, Wealth, Disputes, Court Case, Enemies, Kids Etc.
The Chandi Devi Temple, located near Suraj Kund, was built by Devi Ahilyabai Holkar. The temple is famous for the Nauchandi Mela that is organised annually, a week after the Holi festival.


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