Thursday, 24 August 2017

Ganpati Bappa Ala Re

The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in different parts of India in different ways. According to Hindu religion, Lord Ganesha was born on this day. The festival is celebrated with great gaiety and fervor.

This festival falls on Chaturthi of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapad month. Ganeshotsav is celebrated for 10 days after Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra and its adjoining areas. During this, devotees establish the statue of Lord Ganesha in their house and worship the Lord Ganesha for the whole ten days. Ganapati ji is immersed on the last day of Ganeshotsav or on the day of Anant Chaturdashi.

This time Ganesh Chaturthi is falling on 25th August. This is the fourth most important year in the fourth year of the year. On this day, the statue of Lord Ganesha is established in the house. After this, Lord Ganesha is worshiped in the house for ten days. It is said that worshiping Lord Ganesha brings happiness, prosperity and prosperity to the house. Many people are also on fast on this day. It is said that the wishes of those who fast are fulfilled fast by the Lord Ganesha.

It is being told that this time Ganeshotsav will not last for 10 days, but for 11 days. This is because the two-tenth dated date is happening now. This time, Dashera will remain on both the days of August 31 and September 1.

There are many mythological traditions about the birth of Lord Ganesha. According to a legend, Mother Parvati had her body mixed with turmeric. When he removed his coat, he made an idol from those pieces. After this they put life in it. In this way, Lord Ganesha was born. After this He began to be called Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati's son. Apart from this, many stories are popular about his birth.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: Know the Method of Pooja, Muhurt and Arti

Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on August 25, 2017. The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi in India this year will be celebrated from 25th of August to September 5th. Prior to launching any work, people worship Lord Ganesha first. This festival, which lasted for 10 days, is called Ganeshotsav or Vinayak Chaturthi.

Date of worship
Ganesh Chaturthi is on August 25, 2017. Chaturthi will begin on August 24, 2017 at 20:27.
Chaturthi will end on August 25, 2017 at 20:31.

Auspicious time for worship
Time to bring Ganesh ji's idol: from 07:38 to 08:32. The good time of Ganesh worship is from 09:15 to 10:28, from 12:16 to 01:17.

Material of Worship
Post to worship Lord Ganesha or PATA, water pitcher, red cloth, Panchamrita, Rowley, Molly, red sandalwood, Janeu Ganga, Vermilion silver foil red flowers or beads perfume Modak or Lddu marsupial contract cloves, cardamom, coconut fruit lawn. The lamps of sunlight, agarbatti and camphor are required for the fifth and fifth ghee.

Method of worship
To worship Lord Ganesha, first wash his face in the morning and wear pure red clothes as Ganesha is loved by the red color. While worshiping, your mouth should be in either east or north direction.

First of all, take a bath from Panchamrath to Ganesh ji. After that, take bath with the Ganges water. Place Ganesha on a red dress on the outpost. Keep two bears in the form of riddhi-siddhi. Put silver work by putting Ganesh ji with vermilion. Insert the red sandalwood vaccine. Put the rice intake (rice). Offer Mauli and Janeu. Offer reddish floral or wreaths. Offer perfume. Offer durva. Offer Coconut Offer fifths. Offer fruit. Use modak and laddoo etc. Offer clove cardamom. Deepak, Agarbatti, incense burn etc. Ganesh will be happy.

Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated for 11 days

Another special feature of Ganeshotsav this year is that this time this festival will be celebrated for 11 days instead of 10 days. According to the Hindu calendar, this phenomenon is possible due to date-increase in Dasamati date. With this day going on one day, the festival of Shree Ganesha will now be on the 12th day i.e. on 5th September, on Anant Chaturdashi.

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