Navratri 2021: 7 ways to celebrate Durga pooja amid pandemic with zeal, enthusiasm
Want to celebrate Durga Pooja with your loved ones this pandemic? Here are a few ways to make this festive season more memorable.
Navratri season is around the corner, and we are still trying to burst the fear of pandemic this Covid-19 has surrounded us with. Festivals, celebrations and family gatherings took a standstill with the ongoing outbreak, but worry not. Today we bring you seven tips on how to celebrate Navratri amid the ongoing crisis.
Host online pooja gatherings
Invite your relatives on a zoom call and celebrate the pooja together. This way, every family member can be present virtually, and you don't have a fear of missing out.
Send food packages
So what if you are missing the delicacies made by your aunty but cannot visit her home? This is where food deliveries come in handy, and you can send customised food packages to your loved ones.
Kirtans at home
So what if you cannot call the extended family over for kirtan, you can make a gala time by making the kids, ladies, and gents sit together and pray nicely.
Feeding cows and strays
Every year little girls are sent at people's home for Kanya bhojan, but this year not many would be comfortable sending their kids to others house but worry not, you can always feed the stray cows or people in need and make the most of this pious occasion.
Enjoy dressing up at home
Why sit all bland during the festive season? Ensure that every lady in your house dresses up nicely and colour coordinates to look beautiful and get the festive fever started.
Make small pandals at home
Every year people go to big Durga pandals for pooja and prayers, but this year you can make your little pandal set up at home, decorate it by taking ideas down the internet.
Organise pooja activities at home
Different sets of activities can be organised at home for nine days, such as rangoli competition, sweet making and more. Do not forget to involve your kids in the same and spend some quality time with them whilst explaining the importance of Navratri.