What not to buy in Chaitra Navratri: You should not buy these things even by mistake in Chaitra Navratri, otherwise you will become poor!



The nine days of Navratri have special religious significance in the Hindu religion. Although there are four Navratri in a year, which include Chaitra Navratri, Sharad Navratri and two Gupt Navratri, this year Chaitra Navratri starts on 9th April, and will end on 17th April. During Chaitra Navratri, it is necessary to follow certain specific rules prescribed by astrology, as it is believed that failure to do so may result in the loss of the virtues gained through worship and fasting.

According to Astrology Acharya Dev Narayan Sharma, Pratipada Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month will start on April 9, which marks the beginning of Chaitra Navratri this year. People perform various rituals and practices during Navratri to seek happiness, and prosperity and please Goddess Durga.

Apart from following Navratri rituals, there are certain things that one should avoid buying during this period. Buying certain things during the nine days of Navratri is considered inauspicious. Let us know in detail what should not be bought during this period.

Avoid buying iron items during Chaitra Navratri: It is advised not to buy iron items during Navratri as it is believed that it brings a financial crisis to the house.


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Do not buy black clothes during Navratri: According to the principles of astrology, buying or wearing black clothes during Chaitra Navratri is considered inauspicious. It is believed that wearing black clothes attracts negative energy, leading to failure in endeavors.

Avoid buying electronic goods during Navratri: According to astrology, buying any electronic goods during the nine days of Chaitra Navratri is considered inauspicious. It is believed to have a negative impact on the planets in the horoscope and may result in the formation of defects.


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Avoid buying rice during Chaitra Navratri: Buying rice during Navratri is considered inauspicious as it is believed to destroy the virtue acquired during the auspicious period. Therefore, if one has to buy rice, it is advisable to do so before or after Navratri.