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Nava Durga Kavach – Navdurga Shakti Kavach

Nava Durga Kavach is based on the nine forms of Durga – Shailaputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skanda Mata, Katyayani, Kalaratri, Mahagauri and Sidharatri. The kavach of nine goddesses combine to form the Navdurga Shakti Kavach.

It is believed that by wearing the Navdurga Kavach a person gets protection of the nine forms of the Goddess.
A person will be blessed with prosperity and wisdom after wearing the kavach.
The kavach is available in the form of a locket and can be worn around the neck.
This Navdurga Shakti Kavach is associated with Shakti cult and is very popular with Hindu communities in most parts of India.

Badrinath Accommodation – Badrinath Temple Government Tourist Home Accommodation Phone Number

Pilgrims visiting BadrinathTemple are provided accommodation by the Shri Badarinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee Rest House; government tourist guest house and in hotels. Below are the details of Badrinath Accommodation with phone numbers.

Shri Badarinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee Rest House; Phone number is 01381 222204. This rest house has 183 rooms.

GMVN Tourist Rest house Devlok Phone - 01381 222338. This rest house has 20 rooms.

GMVN Tourist Rest house. This guest house has 500 beds dormitory.

Hotel Narayan palace / Radhesyam Group. Phone number is01381 222381 has 25 rooms.

Website Dedicated to Rabindranath Tagore's Complete Works in Bengali and English

Website dedicated to the complete literary works of Rabindranath Tagore in Bengali and English is titled Bichitra Tagore Online Variorum. The work is sponsored by Ministry of Culture, Government of India and was created by School of Cultural Texts and Records, JadavpurUniversity in collaboration with Rabindra-Bhavana, Visva-Bharati.
The website includes digital images of all available manuscripts of Tagore as also important print versions. It runs into 47,520 pages of manuscripts and 91,637 pages of printed books and journals.
The website has not included most letters, speeches, textbooks and translations (except Tagore's translations from his own Bengali).
Link – You can visit the website here