Maha Ashtami 2015 Messages, Wishes, Pictures, Greetings for Durga Puja Festival

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Maha Ashtami 2015 Messages, Wishes, Pictures, Greetings for Durga Puja: The Hindu community all across the globe enjoys the festive season of nine-day / night during the festival of Navratri (Navarathri). Goddess Durga is believed to be worshipped today, i.e., at the end of Ashwin Shukla Paksha.

read: Navratri 8th day.

Mahashtami is known as Durgashtami and celebrated on the 8th day of Navratri and is considered to be one of the vital days of the Durga Puja festival.

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Like other mythological festivals, devotees observe fasts and offer prayers in temples. The nine manifestation of Goddess Durga is worshipped on each day during Navaratri. The festival ends on Vijayadashami – October 22, 2015.

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Maha Ashtami 2015 Messages, Wishes, Pictures, Greetings

To celebrate this auspicious day, we have brought to you the collection of Mahashtami sms, wishes, quotes, greetings, messsages, images, pictures, photos, hd wallpapers, whatsapp status, facebook timeline covers and much more.

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Nine evenings of party and prayer
May Maa always keep you in Her
May all your problems leave you
Praise her each Navratri Day.
Happy Durga Ashtami.

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MahAshtami 2015

Durga Puja is a blessed time
Rejoice in the glories of Maa Durgaa
Celebrate all the blessings of Goddess
With your friends, family and acquaintances
Happy Durga Ashtami.

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Durga Ashtami 2015

May maa Durgaa shower her choicest blessings on you now and always.

Happy Maha Ashtami ..!!!

Durga Ashtami 2015

The auspicious day of Mahashtami has come
Navratra fasts are over
Enjoy Halwa and Puri
Happy Maha Ashtami.

Hope you liked this collection¬†of Happy¬†Maha Ashtami 2015 Messages, Wishes, Pictures, Greetings, photos, pics, images, sms, quotes. Don’t forget to share it on social media using sharing button present below and stay tuned as Vijayadashami / Dussehra and Diwali are approaching soon.


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