Hopefully this isn't a duplicate of this question : Why each day of the week is dedicated to a particular god?
Because I'm asking the vrat-din of specific Shakta tradition in specific region of India (North-East), like Bengal and surrounding. If it's considered duplicate, no problem, please delete.
Ok. So I understand the Hindu day-of-the-week fasts vary by state. Just wondering what is the generally accepted day each week, in NE India, that Shakta people and Devi-bhaktas would keep the vrat. I've read different things online, some say Tuesday, others say Friday or Saturday.
On a side note, I'm also wondering if all four annual Navaratri are celebrated in NE India? I know Chaitra and Sharadiya are, clearly (Durga Puja, Basanti Puja, etc)
Are Magha Gupta Navaratri and Ashadha Gupta Navaratri also observed there?
During the four Navaratri, the fasting is all nine days if possible, from what I was taught.
Thx (Plz feel free to edit my tags if I put those incorrectly)