Navratri is one of such Hindu festival that is celebrated with Hindu families have get-together and show their respect to Goddess Durga. In the days of Navratri or spelled as Navarathri the more ardent devotees observe a nine-day dast and pry to Maa Shakti(A another name of Goddess Durga) especially in the northern parts of the country. It symbolize the triumph of good over evil.
The month of April/September is important for so many reasons; from annual cultural celebrations to various religious festivities, a lot happens during this time of the year in India. Navratri is also known as Durga Puja.
Such as in April:-
Navratri, Mahavir Jayanti, Birthday of Guru Angad Dev, Hanuman Jayanti, Baisakhi, Akshay Tritiya and so more.
Such as in September:-
Eid, Teachers Day, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Vishwakarma Puja, Dussehra, sometimes Diwali and many more.
So we can say these months are religious for India. If watching some elaborate rituals is on your mind, these are the places where you should be heading to in Uttrakhand:
Chandi Devi, Haridwar
Kalimath Temple, Rudraprayag
Kalinka Maa, Pouri Garhwal
Mansa Devi, Haridwar
Kunjapuri Devi Temple, Narendra Nagar- Rishikesh
Chandrabadni temple Devprayag
Maa Nagni Devi Temple, Uttarkashi
Jwala Devi Temple, Satpuli
Nanda Devi temple, Chamoli
Hariyali Devi Temple, Rudraparyag
Dhari Devi Temple, Srinagar
Kalika Mata Temple, Gangolihat
Maa Purnagiri Temple, Tanakpur
Barahi Temple, Devidhura
Naina Devi Temple, Nainital
Kokila Devi Temple, Pithoragarh
Garjiya Devi Temple, Nainital
Kot Bhramari Temple, Bageshwar
Cheti Temple, Kashipur
Nanda Devi Temple, Almora
Dunagiri Temple, Dwarahat
Nagnath Temple, Champawat
Surkanda Devi Temple, Tehri Garhwal