What Are Some Auspicious Chhath Puja Muhurats To Worship Sun
Chhath Vrat, Dala Chhath, and Surya Shashthi are some of the other names for Chhath Puja. On the sixth day of Kartik Shukla Paksha, the festival is held. This festival is mentioned in the Rigveda.
The Chhath celebration will begin on 19th November, Sunday in the year 2023. A sort of prasad known as ‘thekuva’ and seasonal fruits are offered to the Sun God. In Chhath fasting, ‘Sattvikta’ is very important. As a result, thorough cleanliness is ensured prior to the celebration. Ghats beside rivers are also cleansed.
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This four-day event begins on Kartik Shukla’s Chaturthi Tithi and finishes on Saptami. Bottle gourd and rice are eaten on the first day of the fast. On the second day, ‘Kharna’ is held, and Kheer Prasad is taken in the evening. On the third day, Arghya, or sun worship, is performed on the rising sun, and on the fourth day, it is performed on the setting sun. The four-day fast comes to an end after this.
Chhath Puja Muhurats
Day 1- Chaturthi (Nahay Khay)
Date: November 17, 2023
Sunrise: 06:45 AM
Sunset 05:27 PM
Day 2- Panchami (Lohanda and Kharna)
Date: November 18, 2023
Sunrise 06:46 AM
Sunset 05:26 PM
Day 3- Shashthi (Chhath Puja, Sandhya Arghya)
Chhath Puja Date: November 19, 2023
Sunrise – 06:46 AM
Sunset – 05:26 PM
Day 4- Ashtami (Usha Arghya, Parana Day)
Date: October 20 November 2023
Sunrise : 6:32 am
Sunset : 5:37 pm
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