On the second day of Navratri, CM Baghel dances to Shankar Mahadevan’s tunes
The festival of Navratri spans over 9 days whereby devotees offer their prayers to goddess Durga and her nine forms.
The second day of Navratri begins today all over India. Early morning arti was performed at Delhi's Jhandelwalan temple marks Dwitiya or the second day of Navratri. On this day, PM Modi took to Twitter to extend his wishes while reiterating the importance of this special day.
Yesterday, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupeshh Baghel was seen dancing with party leaders at the inauguration of Mata Kausalya Temple in Chandkhurai. Dwitiya is devoted to the second form of Nav Durga, Goddess Brahmacharini. She is believed to be an unmarried form of Mata Parvati when she severe tapa for thousands of years to get Lord Shiva as her husband. The name Brahmacharini is given due to her tough penance and hard austerity.