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This is how Twitterati wished everyone a Happy Navratri

For non-vegetarians, Navratri often brings sad-ratri of boring dinner, but this is the time of hilarious memes and gifts too. These hilarious tweets capture the festive vibe

This is how Twitterati wished everyone a Happy Navratri
This is how Twitterati wished everyone a Happy Navratri
New Delhi: What does the nine-day-long Navratri festival bring? Lots of get-togethers, new clothes, rangolis and dancing. However, at the heart of all the fanfare and exuberant celebrations, the nine days are mostly about vrat (fasting) and solemn prayers. It involves worshipping Goddess Durga and fasting for nine days. Keeping up with the festivities, while social media is teeming with posts of garba night pictures, and images of people dancing to the songs of Falguni Pathak, Twitter is mocking the norms with memes. Twitterati have come up with the most hilarious memes about abstaining from non-veg food during the nine-day-long festival. This is how Twitter celebrated Navratri:  

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