Chhath puja 2023: Hindu festivals have started, in the same sequence, another festival dedicated to faith, Chhath is also coming, this festival dedicated to Surya, the god of energy, lasts for four days. It is going to start from Chaturthi Tithi i.e. 17th November and will end with the last Arghya to the Sun on 20th November. Many people wait for this festival of faith throughout the year. Here we are going to tell you about the importance of every day along with the auspicious time and puja rituals associated with it.
Chhath will start from this auspicious day
Let us tell you that during the festival of Chhath, Chhathi Mata is worshiped and there is a tradition of observing a strict fast for 36 hours. Meanwhile, by meditating and worshiping the mother, along with happiness, peace and prosperity in the home, the life of the children also remains good. This special day is going to start with Nahay Khay on Chaturthi Tithi, after which Kharna will be held on 18th November. After this, Arghya will be offered to the setting sun on 19th November and the next day on 20th November, the fast will be completed with the worship of the rising sun.
Why is Chhath festival so important?
This festival is celebrated with great pomp in many parts of the country, this festival related to nature and faith holds great importance in Hindu religion. In this festival, the fasting plate and basket also have a lot of importance, in which fruits, vegetables, coconut laddus, thekua, rice laddus and many dishes are decorated in soup and wishes for a happy future coming from Chhathi Maiya. Besides, Sun God is also worshiped by keeping half of the body in water, according to beliefs, by doing this Chhathi Maiya becomes happy and bestows prosperity and glory on everyone.
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