Annapurna Jayanti 2023: Story, Worship and Significance of Annapurna Devi
The kitchen is worshipped on this day
Annapurna Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day of Margashirsha month. This year Annapurna Jayanti will be celebrated on 26th December 2023. Although food should never be disrespected, special care should be taken on this day. It is believed that by worshipping the kitchen, stove etc. on this day, there is never any shortage of money and food grains in the house and the grace of the goddess remains.
There is no shortage of food and water due to the worship of Annapurna Devi
It is a belief that when there was a shortage of food on the earth, then Mother Parvati appeared in the form of Mother Annapurna, the goddess of food, and protected the people by providing food on the earth. The day Mother Annapurna was born was the full moon day of Margashirsha month. That is why Annapurna Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Margashirsha Purnima. Margashirsha Purnima and Tripura Bhairavi Jayanti are also celebrated on this day. The donation has special significance on this day.
Origin of Mother Annapurna – Story of Mother Annapurna
Once the water and food started running out on the earth, the troubled people started praising Lord Brahma and Vishnu to get rid of the trouble. Knowing the troubles of the people, Brahma and Vishnu worshipped Lord Shiva and woke him up with yoga posture and informed him about the whole matter. After this Lord Shiva toured the earth. After this Mata Parvati took the form of Annapurna and Lord Shiva took the form of a monk. After this Lord Shiva took alms from Mother Annapurna and distributed it among the people of the earth. For this reason, Mata Annapurna is worshipped on this day.
Annapurna Jayanti Worship Method
Mata Annapurna Devi is the goddess of food. The kitchen should be kept clean on this day. After this, the house should be purified by sprinkling Ganga water and worshipping the stove of the house. Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva should be worshipped on the day of Annapurna Jayanti. There is never a shortage of food and water in the house by worshipping Mother Annapurna.
Annapurna Jayanti on Tuesday, December 26, 2023
- Purnima Tithi Begins – 05:46 AM on Dec 26, 2023
- Purnima Tithi Ends – 06:02 AM on Dec 27, 2023
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