en October 03, 2021

NAVRATRI, the 9 Days of Durga Puja Celebrations and Worshipping the nine avatars of Maa Durga, are round the corner.

Preparations for the Durga Puja have started in full swing.

Inspite of the drawbacks due to the Covid pandemic, all precautions will be taken to celebrate the festival.

The Durga Puja Festival is one of the most auspicious festivals of the Hindus in which Maa Durga is honored.

Devotees celebrate the nine days of Durga Puja by Fasting and Offering Prayers to the Goddess and her Nine Avatars.

The nine different avatars of Goddess Durga are collectively known as Navdurga. Each day of the Navratri is dedicated to a specific form of Goddess Durga, with Shailputri on the first day, Brahmacharini on the second, Chandra ghanta on the third, Kushmanda on the fourth, Skanda Mata on the fifth, Kathyayini on the sixth, Kaalratri on the seventh, Mahagauri on the eighth and finally, Siddhidatri on the ninth day.

Goddess Durga is an embodiment of Shakti who overcame all the Evils of the world.

Defeat all Evil in Life with the Blessings of Maa Durga!

The Goddess inspires all of us with Positivity, Strength, Wisdom and Devotion.

During the nine nights of the Navratri, the nine Avatars of the Devi Bless us with Name, Fame, Health, Wealth, Happiness, Humanity, Knowledge, Devotion and Power.


During Durga Puja celebrations, people illuminate their homes with Positivity, Happiness and Joy by bringing new idols of Maa Durga.

Pandals are organized and beautifully decorated in various places where the idols of the Goddess Durga are Installed, Worshipped and the Prasad offered to the devotees.

 Each Pandal has the Durga Idol made on a certain theme nowadays.  Its décor is worth an appreciation. The Idol of the Deity is uniquely designed according to the theme and worshipped.

When the idols of Maa Durga are prepared, there are four things which are to be noted. The materials used should include the Mud from the banks of River Ganga, Cow Dung, Cow Urine and the Soil outside Brothels.

Devotees may use different raw materials for making the idols of the Durga.

Some use clay, brass, glass terracotta, some use stones and plastics, while some use ceramic.

But, the main purpose of all these is to Worship the Goddess Durga.

While. spending the nine days of the Navratri in offering Prayers to the Idols of Goddess Durga and going to Pandals. is a popular practice during Durga Puja, dumping the idols in the rivers is also a regular practice accompanied with it.

It a high time that these Idols be stopped from dumping in the rivers for a cleaner, greener environment and less pollution!


This year, bring in your homes and adorn them with the amazing Maa Durga Idols from the Lupaava, the upcoming and flourishing home décor store in Delhi, India.

The Lupaava home décor store has Maa Durga idols that are uniquely designed and beautiful. They are artistic and made of Eco-friendly Raw materials, thus saving the environment too!

One of their Durga Idols is made of Brass. This Brass made statue of Maa Durga Mata Rani Hindu Idol is handcrafted. It is ideal for gifting purposes as it is exquisitively beautiful and is worth adorning homes as well as workplaces.

This Brass Idol of Maa Durga is used for worshipping, to remove all negative energy from the place of installation and bring positivity, happiness, success and joy!


The other Lupaava Maa Durga Idol, that is famous and is in great demand, is the big, handcrafted Sherawali Mata Statue made of Polyresin. It is mainly used as a decoration piece for homes or offices, or for keeping in the place of worship at homes.

Polyresin material enables an artist to include as much décor in making the idols, thus helps in making the Durga Idol Statue more artistic, more realistic and exquisite.

 It is less expensive than other most commonly used materials for making Idols and showpieces.

That is why Lupaava’s decorative piece of Polyresin Statue of Maa Durga Idol is more in demand!


Last year, the government had allowed the Durga Puja Committees to perform the religious rituals but had prohibited the entry of visitors to the Pandals.

But, this year, it has been permitted with putting a cap on the number of visitors in the Pandals.


So, Celebrate the Durga Puja festival this year with more enthusiasm and devotion.

Illuminate your homes and offices with the Maa Durga Idols from!


Summary: NAVRATRI, the nine-day Durga Puja Festival of worshipping Maa Durga's nine avatars, is approaching and its preparations have begun in earnest.

Lupaava is the upcoming and flourishing home décor store in Delhi, India. They have Maa Durga idols that are handcrafted and beautiful. Made of Eco-friendly Raw materials, they are worth adorning homes as well as workplaces!!