“Navratri” is a festival of celebration for nine days with immense joy and religious fervor throughout the country. This renowned Hindu festival is rejoiced twice in a year; Once in Chaitra, during the month of March-April and once in Ashwin, during September-October months. Navratri is solely dedicated to Goddess Durga. Just like the other Indian festivals, the festival of Navratri also has a special meaning and significance and there is a special meaning of each day of navratri. Let's have a look at each day separately and their significance.