The Mumbadevi temple wore a gilded look to greet devotees in this Navratri season. While the silver interiors of the sanctuary's sanctuary, the covering over the goddess and the main entrances were altered using the Italian gold plate (varak in Hindi), the granite floors were laid in emphatic sections throughout the temple's renovation work.
Thousands of devotees annually turn around Navratri at the 200-year-old temple to seek blessings. Mumbadevi is considered to be the primary deity of the city of Mumbai. This 12 months, Navratri will likely be celebrated from 26th September to 5th October. The competition was observed in obedience to Goddess Durga and a variety of varieties.
The contest can also be seen as a victory of fine over evil, because the “Mother Goddess” kills the demon buffalo Mahesasura to revive the “Dharma”, known as Dussehra. Throughout Navratri, large idols appeared in various mandalas where deities were seen killing the demon along with their varieties. Work started two months ago and is still in progress. The entire collection is likely to have been prepared by Navratri. On September 26, when devotees arrive, they will see an ornate renovation of Devi Mata and the silver on the door changed to gold.” However, he declined to reveal the details of the bills incurred. Compared to appointments throughout the competition. On the primary day, the temple could have Mangal Aarti at 5.30 am, which devotees will likely be allowed on a first come first serve basis.After Mangal Aarti, there will likely be Ghatasthapana at 6.30 am.
The temple provided 25 pujaris for the recitation of Durga Saptshati hymn on a daily basis.The fifth day will include Deepotsav at night with 500 ghee dias being kindled.Jadhav stated, “For Navami we can have Chandi Yagya at 6 am and purnahuti at 1.30 pm” and 15 documents stationed at Temple.” Since we are expecting huge crowds in 12 months, we are taking precautions in case any fanatic wants medical attention. We have asked the police to provide more security, and upon completion we have now raised the number of CCTV cameras from 29 to 40,” Jadhav said. Moreover, elderly people, pregnant ladies and people with little ones in their arms do not have to come in queues.