Chait Shukla Ashtami, the Hindu festival of Chaite Dashain, is celebrated by worshiping and adoring the Goddess Today.
Twice a year, Hindus celebrate Dashain as the victory of divine power over demonic power and the victory of truth over untruth. The tithe celebrated in September is known as Badadasai and the celebration in Chait is known as Chaite Dashain.
According to the old saying, the main one used to fall on the tenth day of Chait. However, it is believed that Dashain has been shifted to the middle of the year due to drought and drought, change of weather, and many people getting sick from eating and walking.
It is not celebrated with pomp and circumstance like Badadasai. In Chait, Hindus celebrate the day of Ashtami as Dashain.
On the tenth day, hymns including Devi Bhagavat, Kalika Purana, and other hymns are recited from house to house and in the temple of the goddess. The importance of Durga Puja performed twice a year in Chait and Asoj is described in the scriptures. Today, Shakta Peeths are crowded with devotees.