Navratri is the best period to make happy the ‘Supreme Power (Shakti).’ To ignite your fortune and to get awake your spiritual-religious powers and to worship the mother Goddess, the Navratras are auspicious and thus have their importance. This begins with ‘Kalash-Poojan’ i.e. worship. According to sanatan traditions of India, the ‘Asth(eight) Kanya Poojan’ on Durgasthmi the worshipping of Goddess mother has a great revering place. This grand festival of Durgasthmi is celebrated at Shaktipeeth Shri Devikoop Bhadrakali Mandir (Temple) in Navratras with a ‘Jagran’ on this night. In this ‘Jagran’ 52 Lucky families are blessed with a honour to get 52 ‘Jyotis’ i.e. holy fire in their hands to worship the 52 revered limbs of ‘Maa Sati’. In this auspicious episode, along with ‘Navdurga-MahaPoojan’ & ‘Bharat mata Poojan’ i.e. mother India is also worshipped. In this world of materialism and spiritualization ‘Maa’ as a word denotes and connotes the holiest concept. All the devotees chant the songs along with a renounced religious singer i.e. ‘Bhaints-Bhajan’ in honour of ‘Maa Bhadrakali’ with worshipping the formless form of Maa with ‘Jyoti-Poojan’ the whole night. Maa blesses all the devotees with the fulfillment of their wishes.
Renowned singers have performed like Master Saleem, Padam Shree Hans Raj Hans, Richa Sharma, Neha Kakkar, Sardool Sikander, Kumar Vishu, Bhajan Samrat Narendra Chanchal, Anuradha Paudwal, Tripti Shakya, Vipin Sachdeva, Piyusha Kailash Anuj, Rekha Dhall, Uma Lehri, Ashok Chanchal etc.