Navaratri is a nine-night festival that celebrates the Mother Goddess or Shakti in all her manifestations, including Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Worship and fasting take place in the daytime, while the nights are reserved for feasting and dancing. The festival culminates with Dussehra, the victory of good over evil, on the tenth day. In Delhi, the feature of Navaratri celebrations are the Ramlila plays that take place all over the city. The festival is celebrated as Golu, with the display of dolls, in South India. In Kolkata, it’s Durga Puja.