Navaratri Pooja Celebration 2020

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Our Navaratri celebration…

Navaratri is a celebration of color and tradition, it is also one of the most popular Tamil festival. Every Hindu state has its own rituals and ceremonies to mark the occasion, and in this diversity lies the beauty of the festival. “Today’s organizations are increasingly recognizing and leveraging festivals to promote employee bonding, drive a positive working condition, and show their respect to local culture. The entire mantra of `having fun at work’ finds expression through such initiatives.


Events and entertainment Everyone loves to play Dandiya, right? A large scale dandiya event wherein the spouse is also invited is on the cards for some organizations. It is a great way to add a fun twist to the otherwise predictable office parties and the addictive beats of the thumping music will give employees a night to remember.

For more sedate settings, workplaces organize prayer ceremonies and pujas to mark the auspicious days. The ninth day of Navratri is celebrated as Saraswati Puja, where prayers are offered to the Goddess of wisdom and learn ing. On Dusshera, means of implementation such as computers, books, and machinery are worshipped by organizations to bring prosperity in the year ahead. New ventures and projects can be kickstarted on this day, as it is believed to be the best time to initiate something new.