In Ambaji, there are Four Navratri Festivals, namely, Sharad (in Ashwin Month), Vasantik ( in Chaitra) Maha & Ashadh, ritually celebrated as per the Shakti Sampraday Traditions. The ritual worships of Ambaji is usually performed with Sat Chandi Yagna and other worships, in Yagnashala of the Chachar Chowk, which is decorated and illuminated with colorful lightings from all corners, during these period of Navratri . The devotees also enjoy Devi Darshan, Ohm Havan and Traditional Garba Dances.
More Specifically during the period of Vasantik Navratri (in Chaitra Month), all the eight days and nine nights have its own importance as per Shakti Sampraday and hence the celebration starts from the first day of Chaitra Month, by breading Jawara, one kind of Holy Grass in and over a pot with Garbh Deep, burning therein and the devotees use to dance and enjoy Garba Nritya around these Garbh Deep, with the Garba songs of Mata Ambaji.
For all Nine Days of Chaitri Navratri an Akhand Dhoon of "Jai Ambe Ma jai Ambe" for days and nights continuously is organized by the Sangs of Pilgrims from Mehsana District every year in Chachar Chowk, since more than 60 years.