About Ayudha Puja : Ayudha Puja is an integral part of the Navratri festival (festival of triumph), a Hindu festival which is traditionally celebrated in India. It is also called "Astra Puja", the synonym for Ayudha Puja. In simple terms, it means “Worship of Implements”. It is celebrated in Karnataka (in erstwhile Mysore State) as “Ayudha Puje”,in Andhra Pradesh as Aayudha Pooja, in Kerala as Ayudha Puja, "Astra Puja" or "Ayudha Puja" in Orissa, and in Tamil Nadu as Ayudha Pujai. The festival falls on the ninth day or Navami of the bright half of Moon's cycle of 15 days (as per Almanac) in the month of September/October, and is popularly a part of the Dasara or Navaratri or Durga Puja or Golu festival. On the ninth day of the Dasara festival, weapons and tools are worshipped. In Karnataka, the celebration is for killing of the demon king Mahishasura by goddess Chamundeshwari. After slaying of the demon king, the weapons were kept out for worship. While Navaratri festival is observed all over the country but in South Indian states, where it is widely celebrated as Ayudha Puja, there are slight variations of worship procedure
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Here is the date of Ayudha Puja 2020
|Name of Festivals||Days||Date of Festivals|
|Ayudha Puja||Sunday||25th October 2020|
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