The festival of Navratri is widely known and celebrated in India. Hindus regard this festival with great significance and celebrate it in a variety of ways throughout the country. Based on the Hindu Lunar Calendar, the dates of this Navratri festival will change slightly each year.
Navratri begins on the Pratipada – the first day of the Hindu month Chaitra (March – April) and again in Sharad (September – October).
How does Navratri differ from other festivals?
Over the nine days of this festival, nine goddesses will be worshipped. In the word “Navratri” – ‘Nava’ means nine and ‘Ratri’ means night.
A major aspect of this festival is the practice of charity, which Rakesh Rajdev has followed all these years.
Founders of businesses and also running a social welfare organization called KanudaMitra Mandal, Rakesh Rajdev, and Rupalben Rajdev are doing a lot of charity work for less fortunate people.
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Since the Goddess Durga is feminine energy, it is believed that the young girls are embodiments of her. The couple organizes special events as well as social welfare projects.
A special event organized for young girls during Navratri was organized by Rakesh Rajdev and Rupalben this year. They invited thousands of small kids who don’t have much money to enter the park by typing a day at Fun World Amusement Park in Rajkot. In addition to free rides, they also got sweets and snacks during the day.
Kids received ice cream, popcorn, and cold drinks as well as lunch boxes, school bags, and water bottles for supporting their education. Donations to the children were made in memory of Rakesh Rajdev’s late mother – Vimlaben Rajdev. They loved every moment of it. They also performed the traditional Garba dance around a clay lantern in a circle.