Navratri Alankarams & Naivedyams in 2015 Dasara

The list of Alankarams & Naivedyams in 2015 Dasara Navratri ustavam is given hear.

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13-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Padyami – Tuesday
  • The 1st day is dedicated to the Goddess Dugra is called
  • Sri Swarna Kavachalankruta Durga Devi’.
  • Her naivedyams are Coconut, Chalividi, Panakam, Vadapappu and Pulagam.
14-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Padyami (migulu) – Wednesday
  • The 2nd day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Bala Tripura Sundari Devi’ : Her naivedyam Katte Pongali.
15-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Vidiya – Thrusday
  • The 3rd day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Gayatri Devi’ : Her naivedyam Pulihora.
16-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Tadiya – Friday
  • The 4th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • Sri Mahalakshmi Devi’ : Her naivedyams Coconut, Rava Kesari, Purnam Burelu, Ksheerannam.
17-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Chavithi – Saturday
  • The 5th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Annapurna Devi’ : Her naivedyams are Coconut rice, Pesara Burelu.
18-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Panchami – Sunday
  • The 6th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Lalitha Tripura Sundari Devi’ : Her naivedyams are
  • Allam Garelu, Pulihora.

19-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Shasti- Monday

  • The 7th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Saraswathi Devi’ : Her naivedyams are Cooked Chickpeas, Sakhannam ( veg khichadi ), Atukulu, Jaggery.
20-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Saptami – Tuesday
  • The 8th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Durga Devi’ : Her naivedyams are Curd Rice, Lemon Rice.
21-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Astami- Wednesday
  • The 9th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Mahishasura Mardini’ : Her naivedyams are Pakam Garelu. Chakkera Pongali.
22-10-2015 : Aswayuja Sukla Navami & Dasami – Thrusday
  • The 10th day is dedicated to the Goddess Durga is called
  • ‘Sri Rajarajeswari  Devi’ : Her naivedyams are Pulihora, Sweet Pongali / Payasannam, Garelu, perugu Garelu, Laddu.
In South India nine types of naivedyams ( food items) are offered to Goddess Durga during Navratri festival.
Om Sri Matre Namaha!!
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