Mahashivratri 2024 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2024 Date, Story, Importance

MahaShivaratri 2024 Date - 8th March 2024, Friday.

Mahashivratri - Festival of God Shiva


Mahashivaratri festival is one of the major Hindu festivals dedicated to god  Shiva. Mahashivratri means the “big night of Shiva”, it is celebrated during Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi in the Hindu month of Phalgun or 13th or the 14th night of the new moon, corresponding to February-March in Gregorian calendar. The festival is celebrated on the night. Lord Brahma (Creator), Lord Vishnu (Preserver) and Lord Shiva (Destroyer) are the Hindu Trinity gods worshipped by Hindu people.

Mahashivratri Fast/Shivratri Importance


On Mahashivratri day, Hindu temples are thronged by the devotees to worship and carry pujas to Lord Shiva throughout the day. People chant the divine Shiva panchakshari mantra of 'Om Namah Shivaya'. Many people also observe a fast (upvas) for the whole day, not eating anything other than fruits, tea, milk, coffee and water. Popularly, on fasting or vrat days, people prefer and use sendha namak (rock salt) instead of the common salt.

The Shiva Purana states conducting of special pujas every 3 hours on the day of Mahashivratri. For Shiva pujas people do Abhisheks, where the Shiva Lingam or lingum is worshipped by pouring milk, yogurt, water, ghee, sugar and honey. On this day of Maha Shivaratri, devotees sing bhajans, aartis and chant mantras of the Shiva Shankar to seek the blessings of the almighty.

The MahaShivaratri festival is observed in honour of Lord Shiva and on this day Lord Shiva was married to Parvati. It is also believed that Lord Shiva performed the Tandava Nritya on this day. The great holy festival of MahaShivaratri holds special meaning for the Hindu ladies. It is believed that any lady who pray to Goddess Parvati also known as 'Gaura', the giver of 'suhag' for good husbands, marital bliss and a long, prosperous married life.

Names of Shiva


"Shankar", "Mahesh", "Neelakanth", "Bholenath", "Shambhu Kailasheshwar", "Umanath", "Nataraj", “trimbakeshwar” are a few of the many names of Shiva.

Mahashivratri Story


In Mahabharata, Bhishma, while resting on the bed of arrows referred to the observance of Maha Shivaratri by King Chitrabhanu. The story is as follows There was a time when King Chitrabhanu of Ikshvaku dynasty, who ruled Jambudvipa observed fast with his wife, the day being the day of Maha Shivaratri. The sage Ashtavakra came to the king’s court and asked the purpose of his observing the past. King Chitrabhanu explained that he got the gift of remembering the incidents of his previous life.

The King said to the sage that he was a hunter in Varanasi known by the name of Suswara. He killed and sell birds and animals to earn his livelihood. One day when he was roaming through the forests in search of any animal, due to darkness of night, he was unable to return home, so he took shelter and climbed over a tree. It was a Bael tree. He shot a deer previously on that day and he bundled and tied it to a branch on the tree. He was kept awake throughout the whole night because of hunger and thirst. He was worried and shed profuse tears at the thought of his poor wife and children who were also starving and anxiously waiting for him to come. Just to pass away the time, he started engaging himself in plucking the Bael leaves and dropping them onto the ground.

He returned home the next day, sold the deer, bought some food for the whole family. As he was about to break his nightlong fast, a stranger came and begged for food. The hunter served the food first to the stranger and then he had his own.

He saw two messengers of Lord Shiva at the time of his death. They came to conduct his soul to the abode of Lord Shiva. He learnt only then the great merit he had earned by the unconscious worship of Lord Shiva Shankar during that night of Maha Shivaratri. He came to know by the messengers that there was a Shiva Lingam at the bottom of the tree. The leaves he dropped fell on the Shiva Lingam and his tears fell onto the Lingam and washed it. Moreover, he had fasted all day and all night. Thus, the story’s conclusion was he unconsciously worshiped the Lord, lived in the abode of the Lord Shiva and enjoyed divine blessings for long ages and now he has been reborn as Chitrabhanu.

Shiva Mantra in Hindi


Om Namah Shivay(ॐ नमः शिवाय) is a powerful healing mantra which benefits the reciter of all physical and mental ailments. This divine mantra gives peace to the heart, mind and body and acts as a nectar for the Soul. Sages  had recited this "Om Namah Shivay" Mantra since long.

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MahaShivratri Puja Time

Nishita Kaal Puja Time = 12:07 AM to 12:56 AM, Mar 09

On 9th March, Maha Shivaratri Parana Time = 06:41 AM to 03:27 PM
ShivRatri First Prahar Puja Time = 06:22 PM to 09:27 PM
ShivRatri Second Prahar Puja Time = 09:27 PM to 12:31 AM, Mar 09
ShivRatri Third Prahar Puja Time = 12:31 AM to 03:36 AM, Mar 09
ShivRatri Fourth Prahar Puja Time = 03:36 AM to 06:41 AM, Mar 09


Mahashivratri Whatsapp Status, SMS in Hindi


Maha Shivratri Maha Mritunjay Mantra Hindi SMS
OM. Tryambakam yajamahe
Sugandhim pushti-vardhanam
Urvarukamiva bandhanan
Mrityor mukshiya mamritat
Happy MahaShivratri.

Maha Shivratri Hindi SMS
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“HAPPY MAHASHIVRATRI”


HAPPY SHIVRATRI SMS in Hindi
शिव की शक्ति,
शिव की भक्ति,
खुशी की बहार मिले,
महादेव की कृपा से आपको ज़िंदगी के हर कदम पर सफलता मिले.
हैप्पी महा शिवरात्रि


Shivratri Hindi SMS
एक पूसपम
एक बेल पतराम
एक लोटा जल की धार
कर्दे सबका उद्धार,
जय भोले

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Magha Purnima 2024 Date

Magha Purnima 2024 Date

Magha Purnima is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Magh. It's an important day in Hindu calendar which describes the holy bath and austerity during the full Magha month. It is believed that every single day in Magha month is special for doing charity work. Magha Purnima, which is popularly and commonly known as Maghi Purnima or Maha Maghi, is the last and most important day of Magha Mahina. Rituals like holy bath, offering alms, donating cow and Homa at Prayagraj are performed by people on Maghi Purnima. On Magh Purnima, the charity and donation done will give you 32 times more punya than any other day. And that's why the Magh Purnima day is also known as Battisi Purnima. Pitri tarpan and donating in the forefathers name will give you blessings from all your forefathers. It is believed that Devtas come on Earth at Prayagraj in human form on this day and do Snan, Daan and worship.

Fasting on Magh Purnima helps in getting blessings and love from the almighty, Sri Hari Vishnu and provides the observer with happiness, good luck, fortune, children and salvation. Like all Purnima, Moon can be seen in its full glory on Maghi Purnima day and Moon or Chandra Devta alongwith Sri Hari Narayan are worshipped. It is believed that worshipping Sri Hari Vishnu and Sri Hanuman Ji on Magh Purnima will give you happiness and all your wishes would be fulfilled. Many People also fast on the Purnima day and worship Satyanarayan Bhagwan and read Satyanarayan Vrat Katha every Poornmashi.

People take early morning bath in the holy river Ganga or Yamuna throughout the Magha month. The daily bathing ritual starts from Paush Purnima and ends on Magha Purnima. It is believed that all charity work done in this time frame give fruits easily. Thus people offer donation in temples and to the needy and poor. It is also the last day of Kalpawas, the one month austerity camp put up on the bank of the river Ganga at Prayagraj. Falgun month starts the next day after Maghi Purnima. Magh Mela and Kumbh Mela are also held during this time when lakhs and crores of devotees come and bath in the Ganga Snan from not only in India but across the globe.

It has been mentioned in the scriptures that if Pushya Nakshatra falls on the day of Maghi Purnima, then it carries much importance and anybody who do Ganga Snan on this day in Prayagraj will get all his/her wishes fulfilled and get moksha i.e. salvation at the end.

Among Dus Mahavidya, Devi Lalita Jayanti is also celebrated on the day of Magh Purnima.
Sant Ravidas Jayanti is also observed on Magha Purnima day.

When is Maghi Purnima 2024?

Magha Purnima 2024 Date & Time

Magha Purnima 2024 Date - Saturday, February 24, 2024

Purnima Tithi Begins - 03:33 PM on Feb 23, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 05:59 PM on Feb 24, 2024

Ratha Saptami 2024 Date

Ratha Saptami, Ratha Saptami 2024 Date

Saptami Tithi is dedicated to Lord Surya. Shukla Paksha Saptami tithi in Magha month is known as Ratha Saptami or Magha Saptami. It is believed that Lord Surya Dev started enlightening the whole world on Ratha Saptami day which is considered as birth day of God Surya. Thus this day is also known as Surya Jayanti. Suryadev was born to Sage Kashyap and Aditi. Normally, Ratha Saptami falls two days after Shri Panchami or Vasant Panchami.

Ratha Saptami Significance & Rituals

Ratha Saptami is made of two words- ‘Ratha’ means Chariot and ‘Saptami’ means seventh. Ratha Saptami or Surya Jayanti is highly auspicious day and it is considered as auspicious as Surya Grahan for Dan-Punya activities. A person can get rid of all type of sins by worshipping Lord Surya and observing fast on this day. It is believed that seven types of sins done, knowingly, unknowingly, by words, by body, by mind, in current birth and in previous births are washed off by worshipping Lord Surya on the day of Ratha Saptami.

The Ratha Saptami day also denotes the journey of Lord Surya to the Northern hemisphere in his chariot. It marks the arrival of summer and indicates a change in the climatic conditions across the regions of Southern India. It also symbolizes the beginning of the harvest season for the farmers.

A person should take bath during Arunodaya on the day of Ratha Saptami. Ratha Saptami Snan is one of the important rituals and is suggested during Arunodaya only. Arunodaya period prevails for four Ghatis (approx. one and half hour for Indian locations if we consider one Ghati duration as 24 minutes) before sunrise. If a person takes bath before sunrise during Arunodaya, it keeps the person healthy and free from all types of ailments and diseases. Because of this great belief Ratha Saptami is also known as Arogya Saptami. Taking bath in water body like Ganga river, canal etc. is preferred over taking bath at home. We have listed here Arunodaya period and sunrise time for most cities across the world.

After taking bath Lord Surya should be worshipped during sunrise by offering Arghyadan (अर्घ्यदान) to Him. Arghyadan is performed by slowly offering water to Lord Surya from small Kalash with folded hand in Namaskar Mudra while facing Lord Sun in standing position. After this ignite a pure Ghee diya and worship Sun God with Kapoor, Dhup, and red flowers. By doing morning Snan, Dan-Punya and Arghyadan to Suryadev, who is considered an incarnation of Sri Vishnu, one is bestowed with long life, good health and prosperity.

The day of Ratha Saptami is also known as Magha saptami, Achala Saptami, Suryaratha saptami and aarogya saptami. It is believed that worshipping Lord Suryadev on Ratha Saptami gives a person happiness, health, wealth, prosperity and children.

A one-day Brahmotsavam is held in Tirumala Tirupati Temple (TTD Andhra Pradesh) on Ratha Saptami and grand festivities are also held at Shri Manguesh Temple, Mallikarjun Temple and also in various regions of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Maharashtra. On this day, devotees pay their tributes to the Sun god and thank him for making human race survive and flourish. Chanting Gayatri Mantra, Suryadev mantra, Suryadev chalisa, Surya Sahasranama, Suryashtakam and Suryadev aarti is considered very auspicious on this day. Aditya hridaya stotra (आदित्य हृदय स्तोत्र)  dedicated to Sun God can also be read or listen to. Offering food to the needy and poor on this day is considered a sacred deed which can remove all despair and darkness from your life.

When is Ratha Saptami in 2024?

Ratha Saptami 2024 Shubh Muhurat

Ratha Saptami 2024 Date - Friday, February 16, 2024

Snan Muhurat on Ratha Saptami - 05:17 AM to 06:59 AM
Duration - 01 Hour 42 Mins

Saptami Tithi Begins - 10:12 AM on Feb 15, 2024
Saptami Tithi Ends - 08:54 AM on Feb 16, 2024

Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 2024 Date

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 2024

Sri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was one of the bravest, most progressive and sensible rulers of India. Founder of the Maratha kingdom, Shivaji Maharaj managed to establish a royal name for himself in history with his administrative skills by uploading the Swarajya value and the Maratha heritage.

Named after a regional Goddess, Shivai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was known for his bravery and tactics with which he won number of wars against the Mughals. His feud with Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, killing of Afzal Khan, general of the Bijapur Sultanate and many more are some of the brave stories everyone have heard of. He was formally crowned as the Chhatrapati (Monarch) of his realm at Raigad in 1674.

When is Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 2024 ?

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti 2024 Date

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born on February 19, 1630, in Shivneri Fort of Pune’s Junnar tehsil. 
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is recognised for his administration, courage and combat skills and the day of Sri Shivaji Jayanti is celebrated with great vigour and traditional style by Maharashtrians. This day is a public holiday in the state of Maharashtra.

Shivaji Jayanti is commemorated on February 19 to honor the founder of the Maratha Kingdom with joy and pride. The date of February 19, 1630 has been accepted as the birth anniversary of Shivaji Jayanti by the government of Maharashtra. If February 19, 1630 is converted from Julian calendar to Hindu lunar calendar (as per Amanta lunar calendar followed in Maharashtra), it marks Krishna Paksha Tritiya during Phalguna month as birth anniversary of Shivaji.
 

Shivaji Jayanti 2024 Date and Timings

This is 394th Birth Anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji

Shivaji Jayanti 2024 Date - Monday, February 19, 2024 (English Calendar)

Shivaji Jayanti 2024 Date - Thursday, March 28, 2024 (Hindu Calendar)

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 05:06 PM on Mar 27, 2024
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 06:56 PM on Mar 28, 2024


Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti: History and Significance

Shivaji Jayanti was established in 1870 by Mahatma Jyotirao Phule. The first celebration was held in Pune. Freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak also played a role in promoting and highlighting Shivaji Maharaj’s achievements to the general public.

Shivaji Maharaj was the first one to introduce guerrilla fighting techniques with his Maratha army. He brought together the Maratha chiefs of the Mayal, Konkan and Desh areas. Shivaji Maharaj also promoted the use of regional languages like Marathi and Sanskrit in court and administration to discard the Persian language.

Shivaji Maharaj was the first to realise the importance of having a naval force and thus is known as the Father of Indian Navy. He is said to have innovated military tactics and mastered unconventional methods. He revived the ancient Hindu political traditions and court conventions. Shivaji Maharaj established a navy and forts at the coastline to defend Maharashtra on Konkan's side. Jaigad, Vijaydurg, Sindhudurg forts are a testimony to Shivaji's efforts, ideas and valour. It is said that his mother prayed to regional Goddess Shivai and was blessed with the child and thus the name Shivaji was given to the great Maratha ruler.

Chhatrapati Shivaji was the first one to establish a Hindavi Swarajya (Self-rule) in his era.  

In Maharasthra, it is celebrated in a grand manner with huge bike processions taken out across the state. Several programs dedicated to Shivaji Maharaj are organised all over the state every year.

Known for his great courage, at 16 years of age, Shivaji Maharaj captured the Torna fort and when he was 17, he succeeded in capturing the Raigad and Kondana forts. He formed his own enclave from the declining Adilshahi sultanate of Bijapur which heralded the start of the Maratha Empire.
It is observed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti or Shiv Jayanti in 1870 since Mahatma Jyotirao Phule discovered the tomb of Shivaji in Raigad, Pune.


Sri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj - Founder of Maratha Empire

Shivaji Maharaj was named after the native Goddess Shivai, who had granted his mother’s wish for a son. The founder of the Maratha state, Shivaji Maharaj is recognised for his administration, courage, and combat skills. He was the first one to introduce guerrilla fighting techniques through his Maratha army.

With the Maratha state at a decline during his growing years, he challenged the Mughal rule and the Deccan Sultanates successfully to found a flourishing Maratha kingdom. His skirmishes with Aurangzeb were well known. Aurangzeb was never able to make the daring hero submit to himself.

Shivaji was instrumental in bringing the Maratha chiefs of the Mayal, Konkan, and Desh areas together. Shivaji also promoted the use of regional languages like Marathi and Sanskrit in court and administration and ditched the usual language of his time, Persian.


History of Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti

Mahatma Jyotirao Phule established Shivaji Jayanti in 1870. The Shivaji Maharaj tomb was discovered by Mahatma Jyotirao Phule in Raigad, around 100 kilometres from Pune.

The first Shivaji Jayanti celebrations were held in Pune. Later renowned freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak was instrumental in popularising the festival all the more by promoting it and also highlighting Shivaji Maharaj’s achievements to the general public.


Shivaji Jayanti Celebrations

In Maharashtra, Shivaji Jayanti is a state-wide holiday that is observed with much pomp and devotion. The Marathas’ rich and diversified cultural history is also celebrated on this day. The importance of the great leader’s contributions is remembered by a large number of people in the forms of dance and plays that are enacted.

When you are enthusiastic, the mountain also looks like a clay pile - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj had said this. He was the founder of the Maratha Empire. Chhatrapati Shivaji is considered to be among the greatest Indian warriors of his time. A great military administrator and tactician, Chhatrapati Shivaji fought and won several wars against the Mughals. He was crowned as the “Chhatrapati [Emperor]” in 1674. His bravery and quotes on life continue to inspire us. People across the nation, especially in Maharashtra, observe his birth anniversary as Shivaji Jayanti. 
And, to mark Shivaji Jayanti, we have prepared a list of Shivaji Jayanti wishes, quotes, messages and WhatsApp greetings that you can share with your family and friends. Here are these:


Shivaji Jayanti Wishes, Shivaji Jayanti Quotes

  • Shivaji Jayanti will always remind us of the courageous hero of our country who lived and died for the nation
  • Let us celebrate Shivaji Jayanti by promising ourselves to always walk the path of righteousness like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and make our nation proud
  • Shivaji Jayanti reminds us of the courageous acts of Chhatrapati Shivaji which will inspire the coming generations forever. Happy Shivaji Jayanti to you
  • If we can take inspiration from the life of Chhatrapati Shivaji then it will be the best thing we can do for our lives…. Best wishes on Shivaji Jayanti
  • We are fortunate to be born on the land where Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was born. It is truly a pride for us to share his motherland with a courageous soul like him…. Happy Shivaji Jayanti.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji inspired many souls when he was alive and he will continue to motivate the youth of the country for generations to come
  • Inspiration, courage, commitment, dedication…For him, everything started with love for his country…. Happy Shivaji Jayanti.
  • On the occasion of Shivaji Jayanti, I am sending my warmest greetings to all of you for a successful future


Happy Shivaji Jayanti Whatsapp Quotes and Wishes


1. “Freedom is a boon, which everyone has the right to receive”

2. “Never bend your head, always hold it high”

3. जगातील एकमेव राजा असा आहे,

ज्याचा जन्म आणि मृत्यू किल्ल्यावरच झाला,

तो राजा म्हणजेच छत्रपती श्री शिवाजी महाराज.

शिव जयंतीच्या हार्दिक शुभेच्छा.

4. “The whole world respects those who bend before dharma, truth, excellence, and God”

5. Be strong like him, be courageous like him, be inspiring like him. Be like Chhatrapati Shivaji

6. May the bravery, enthusiasm stay forever in the blood of this land. Happy Shivaji Jayanti

7. Chhatrapati Shivaji inspired many souls when he was alive and he will continue to motivate the youth of the country for generations to come. Happy Shivaji Jayanti.

8. May you be always blessed with the blessings of Shivaji to always be successful in your dreams and always be full of courage and strength. Best wishes on Shivaji Jayanti

9. Shivaji Jayanti is not just a festival but is taking inspiration from Shivaji to be like him in some way. Best wishes on Shivaji Jayanti

Panguni Uthiram 2024 Date

Panguni Uthiram 2024 Date

Panguni Uthiram is the full moon which occurs in the month of Panguni month when Nakshatra Uthiram or Uttara Phalguni prevails, is an important day for Tamil Hindus. Panguni is the twelfth and last month in Tamil Calendar and the day usually comes in the month of March-April. In other solar calendars, Panguni month is known as Meena month. Panguni Uthiram is celebrated by Tamil Hindus in India as well as the whole world where Tamilians are located.

Significance of Panguni Uthiram

Nakshatram Uthiram coincides with full moon on this day and it is believed that most divine marriages took place on this day. The marriage of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva, Goddess Deivayanai and Lord Murugan, Goddess Sita and Lord Rama was held on Panguni Uthiram day. This is a special day for divine and celestial weddings.

It is an important festival for Lord Subramanya devotees as on this day, Sri Deivayanai, daughter of Lord Indra who is known as Devasena in North India, married Lord Subramanya. Thousands of devotees visit Murugan temples to respect and honour Lord Muruga. Perur-near Coimbatore, Palani, Kapaleeswarar-Mylapore with a very big procession, Vadapalani Murugan temple are some of the popular temples. In the Arulala Perumal (Varadarajaswami Temple) in Kanchipuram, the Panguni Pallava Utsavam lasts for seven days when the sacred text Hastigiri Mahatmyam (the sthala-Purana of this temple) is read in the 100 pillared mandapa in front of the deity. It is believed that Goddess Parvati in the form of Gowri married Lord Shiva in Kanchipuram and because of this belief this day is also celebrated as Gowri Kalyanam day.

Jayantipura Mahatmya tells about the divine marriage between Lord Muruga and his consorts, Valli and Deivanai. Both Deivanai and Valli were destined to marry Lord Muruga as per Skanda Purana. They were raised as sisters, Amrithavalli and Sundaravalli, and in next life they were rechristened as Devasena and Valli, and were separated in their lives after Indra adopted the first daughter and a tribal king, adopted the second daughter. When Lord Muruga killed the evil Demons, he was married to Deivanai. Then some time after with the help of his brother, Ganesha, he married Valli and took her to Thiruthani.

Mahalakshmi Jayanti also occurs on this day as Goddess Mahalakshmi came to Earth on this day during Samudra manthan or churning of the Milky Ocean which is also known as Ksheera Sagara Manthan. Lord Ayyappan Jayanti is also celebrated on this day of Panguni Uthiram. Lord Ayyappan was born after union of Lord Shiva and Mohini, the female form of Lord Vishnu.

Rituals of Panguni Uthiram

Beautifully decorated idols are taken out with jewels and flowers. A special feast is prepared and offer it as prasadam. A strict fast is observed by the devotees and prayers and special chants like Kanda Shashti Kavasam, Kanda Puranam, etc. are recited and listen to.

Lord Muruga blesses everyone, who believes in him, he removes the obstacles and negativity of life and shower peace and prosperity. Panguni Uthiram is also spelled as Paiguni Uttaram.

Panguni Uthiram 2024 Shubh Muhurtham

Panguni Uthiram 2024 Date - Monday, March 25, 2024

Uthiram Nakshathram Begins - 07:34 AM on Mar 24, 2024
Uthiram Nakshathram Ends - 10:38 AM on Mar 25, 2024

Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates

Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on February 10 and ends on February 18 in the year 2024. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2024 along with Navratri 2024 Colours.

Magha Gupt Navratri Dates - 10th February to 18th February 2024


Ashadha Gupta Navratri Dates - 6th July to 15th July 2024

Check full details of Magh Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates and Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates.

Navratri festival is considered as the best time to worship mother Goddess Durga. During Navratri, the "sadhak" or the worshipper performs special worship of the mother goddess to attain powers or learn tantra saadhana . Nine days of Navratri falling in the months of Ashadh and Maagh shukla paksh or the bright fortnight are called the Gupt Navratri. The observance of Gupt Navratri is not known to everybody.

Persons who worship Durga reads and listens to Durga Chalisa,  Shri Durgasaptshati paath, Shriamd-devi Bhawad, Devi Mahaatmaya to get the blessings of Maa Durga. The Navaran Mantra which is regarded as very powerful is recited in front of Goddess Durga idol or picture. This is the Navaran Mantra - “Om Aim Hreem kleem chaamundaayai vichche”

As per Devi Bhagwat, as Navratri comes 4 times a year and like the way nine forms of Maa Durga are worshipped in the Navratri, likewise in the Gupt Navratri, "dus mahavidya" or the 10 Mahavidya Devis are worshipped. Gupt Navratri are special to persons who perform tantra rituals, those associated with Mahakala and for those who wish to attain spiritual strength. The Goddess Bhagwati seeker fast and worship Devi Maa with very strict rules. People try to achieve rare spiritual powers after a long period of meditation.

In the Durga Saptashati, Goddess Durga herself tells us that one who does worship her with utter trust, faith and devotion in the nine days of Navratri, he or she gets free from all difficulties and gets health, wealth, prosperity and children.

As per Ramayana, in this Magh month's nine days of Gupt Navratri, Sri Ram along with Goddess Sita sat and performed "Shakti puja" or "Goddess worship" near the banks of river "Saryu" in Ayodhya

Also, Pandavas in the epic Mahabharata performed the "Shakti puja" or "Goddess worship" in these nine days of Magh month Gupt Navratri as told by Sri Krishna to get victory in the battle against the Kauravas.

Names of Gupt Navratri Goddesses


Persons who perform tantra rituals during Gupt Navratri worship 10 Mahavidya Devi's namely Maa Kali, Maa Tara Devi, Maa Tripur Sundari, Maa Bhuvaneshwari, Maa chhinnamasta, Maa Tripur Bhairavi, Maa Dhrumawati, Maa Bagalamukhi, Maa Matangi and Maa Kamla Devi.If you are willing to worship dus mahavidya, you must not waste this precious time of Gupt Navratri as these days can really change your life.

Thai Amavasai 2024 Date

Thai Amavasai 2024 Date

Thai Amavasya is the no moon day in the Tamil Month of Thai (January – February) and it is regarded as highly auspicious day in Tamil culture. Thai Amavasai is dedicated to dead ancestors, siblings, parents and other relatives though it is believed that your ancestors come upon earth on the day of Amavasya but this one is powerful and magical. Thai Amavasya 2024 date is Friday, February 09. Special prayers, rituals and offerings are made on the day for departed souls to rest in peace.

Importance of Thai Amavasai/ Thai Amavasya Significance

People offer 'tarpanam' or respects for departed souls. 'Tarpanam' or 'Tharpanam' Offering of sesame seeds and water on Thai Amavasya make our ancestors happy and descendants are blessed with a happy and prosperous life. This helps in overcoming all obstacles from a person's life. It is believed that doing Tarpanam can remove sins of 7 generation of our ancestors helping us to get forgiveness from them. It not only helps one getting liberation from past curses and sins but also neutralize the unsuitable desires of ancestors.

Hindus bath in holy rivers, do Shradh and Tarpan in Tamil Nadu. It is believed that the dead souls visit their family ones to shower blessings on them. Thousands of people take dip at Rameshwaram and visit the Agnitheertha Kadarkarai (sea coast) in the morning for offering prayers and pujas to the dead ancestors. Special prayers are also offered to the Navagrahas at Devipattinam near Rameshwaram.

A special procession with idols of Lord Shiva, Lord Ram and Sita from the Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple reaches Agnitheertha on the the Thai Amavasya day and special prayers are carried out in Rameshwaram. Prayers and rituals as per Thai Amavasi are observed at various places in Tamil Nadu including Kannyakumari, Dhanushkodi, Muhuntharayarchatram, Sethukarai and Devipattinam.

Thai Amavasya day is observed as Mauni Amavasya in North India. Mauni means "maun" in Hindi meaning "silence". People observe a complete silence on the day. In Orissa, this day is observed as Triveni Amavasya. As per Puranas, the world was first created by Manu. His appearence day is known as 'Thai Amavasya' day or Mouna Amavasya. People must observe complete silence on this day of Mauni Amavasya and pray to Sri Hari Vishnu.

It is believed to be the appearence day of Sri VeeraRaghava Perumal (Sri Ram). Thiruvallur, TamilNadu, has one of the great temple dedicated to Sri VeeraRaghava.

When is Thai Amavasai or Thai Amavasya in 2024?

Thai Amavasai 2024 Date - Friday, February 09, 2024

Amavasai Tithi Begins - 08:02 AM on Feb 09, 2024
Amavasai Tithi Ends - 04:28 AM on Feb 10, 2024

Holashtak 2024 Start End Date

Holashtak 2024, Holashtak Dates 2024, Holashtak Start Date and End Date


Holashtak is the eight-day period associated with the Holi festival in India.  

When is Holashtak 2024 Date?

Holashtak 2024 Start Date -

Holashtak 2024 start date is March 18. The eight days prior to Holi festival, is called the Holashtak, which is considered inauspicious Hindu communities in North India.  
 

Holashtak 2024 End Date

Holashtak 2024 end date is March 24. Holashtak period reminds us that the Holi festival is near.

Holashtak begins on the Phalgun Shukla Ashtami (eighth day during the waxing phase of moon in Falgun month) and ends on the Phalgun Purnima day (full moon day) according to the North Indian Hindu Calender. The Purnima day is celebrated as Holika Dahan in different regions. In Holashtak, some people decorate the branch of a tree with colorful pieces of clothes. Everyone ties a piece of cloth and that is buried underground.

Holashtak period is considered inauspicious in Hindu mythology as this is the period when Lord Shiva killed Kamadeva and this is same period when Prahalada was given immense troubles by his father Hiranyakashipu and his father's sister Holika. Holashtak period is therefore considered inauspicious for performing auspicious ceremonies like marriage, housewarming, mundan ceremony or any of the 16 Hindu sanskars, starting of new business etc. During the Holashtak period, people must considered performing Daan – doing charity.

During the eight days of Holashtak, Moon on the eighth day, Sun on the ninth day, Saturn on the tenth day, Venus on the eleventh day, Jupiter on the twelfth day, Mercury on thirteenth day, Mars on fourteenth day and Rahu on the Purnima day take a nrgative transformation. That is why all the auspicious tasks should not be done during this period. In pilgrimage sites such as Shatrudra, Vipasha, Iravati and Pushkar are considered not affected by the negative effects of Holashtak.

As generally, Holashtak period is considered inauspicious for all and the world but for tantra sadhaks consider it as auspicious period and perform special puja.

Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

महागौरी माता आरती


जय महागौरी जगत की माया आरती देवी महागौरी को समर्पित है। देवी महागौरी माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के आठवें दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी महागौरी जी की ॥


जय महागौरी जगत की माया।जय उमा भवानी जय महामाया॥
हरिद्वार कनखल के पासा।महागौरी तेरा वहा निवास॥

चन्द्रकली और ममता अम्बे।जय शक्ति जय जय माँ जगदम्बे॥
भीमा देवी विमला माता।कौशिक देवी जग विख्यता॥

हिमाचल के घर गौरी रूप तेरा।महाकाली दुर्गा है स्वरूप तेरा॥
सती (सत) हवन कुंड में था जलाया।उसी धुएं ने रूप काली बनाया॥

बना धर्म सिंह जो सवारी में आया।तो शंकर ने त्रिशूल अपना दिखाया॥
तभी माँ ने महागौरी नाम पाया।शरण आनेवाले का संकट मिटाया॥

शनिवार को तेरी पूजा जो करता।माँ बिगड़ा हुआ काम उसका सुधरता॥
भक्त बोलो तो सोच तुम क्या रहे हो।महागौरी माँ तेरी हरदम ही जय हो॥


Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Mahagauri Mata Aarti


Jai Mahagauri Jagat Ki Maya Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 8th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Mahagauri Ji Ki ॥


Jai Mahagauri Jagata Ki Maya।Jai Uma Bhavani Jai Mahamaya॥
Haridwara Kanakhala Ke Pasa।Mahagauri Tera Vaha Nivasa॥

Chandrakali Aura Mamata Ambe।Jai Shakti Jai Jai Maa Jagadambe॥
Bhima Devi Vimala Mata।Kaushika Devi Jaga Vikhyata॥

Himachala Ke Ghara Gauri Rupa Tera।Mahakali Durga Hai Svarupa Tera॥
Sati (Sata) Havana Kunda Mein Tha Jalaya।Usi Dhuen Ne Rupa Kali Banaya॥

Bana Dharma Sinha Jo Savari Mein Aya।To Shankara Ne Trishula Apana Dikhaya॥
Tabhi Maa Ne Mahagauri Nama Paya।Sharana Anevale Ka Sankata Mitaya॥

Shaniwara Ko Teri Puja Jo Karata।Maa Bigada Hua Kama Usaka Sudharata॥
Bhakta Bolo To Socha Tuma Kya Rahe Ho।Mahagauri Maa Teri Haradama Hi Jai Ho॥


Mahagauri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English


Siddhidatri Mata Aarti


Jai Siddhidatri Maa Tu Siddhi Ki Data Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Siddhidatri which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 9th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Siddhidatri Ji Ki ॥


Jai Siddhidatri Maa Tu Siddhi Ki Data।Tu Bhakton Ki Rakshaka Tu Dason Ki Mata॥
Tera Nama Lete Hi Milati Hai Siddhi।Tere Nama Se Mana Ki Hoti Hai Shuddhi॥

Kathina Kama Siddhia Karati Ho Tuma।Jabhi Hatha Sevaka Ke Sira Dharati Ho Tuma॥
Teri Puja Mein To Na Koi Vidhi Hai।Tu Jagadambein Dati Tu Sarva Siddhi Hai॥

Raviwara Ko Tera Sumirana Kare Jo।Teri Murti Ko Hi Mana Mein Dhare Jo॥
Tu Saba Kaja Usake Karati Hai Pure।Kabhi Kama Usake Rahe Na Adhure॥

Tumhari Daya Aura Tumhari Yaha Maya।Rakhe Jisake Sira Para Maiya Apani Chhaya॥
Sarva Siddhi Dati Vaha Hai Bhagyashali।Jo Hai Tere Dara Ka Hi Ambein Savali॥

Himachala Hai Parvata Jahan Vasa Tera।Maha Nanda Mandira Mein Hai Vasa Tera॥
Mujhe Asara Hai Tumhara Hi Mata।Bhakti Hai Savali Tu Jisaki Data॥


Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi


सिद्धिदात्री माता आरती


जय सिद्धिदात्री माँ तू सिद्धि की दाता आरती देवी सिद्धिदात्री को समर्पित है। देवी सिद्धिदात्री माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के नौवें दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी सिद्धिदात्री जी की ॥


जय सिद्धिदात्री माँ तू सिद्धि की दाता।तु भक्तों की रक्षक तू दासों की माता॥
तेरा नाम लेते ही मिलती है सिद्धि।तेरे नाम से मन की होती है शुद्धि॥

कठिन काम सिद्ध करती हो तुम।जभी हाथ सेवक के सिर धरती हो तुम॥
तेरी पूजा में तो ना कोई विधि है।तू जगदम्बें दाती तू सर्व सिद्धि है॥

रविवार को तेरा सुमिरन करे जो।तेरी मूर्ति को ही मन में धरे जो॥
तू सब काज उसके करती है पूरे।कभी काम उसके रहे ना अधूरे॥

तुम्हारी दया और तुम्हारी यह माया।रखे जिसके सिर पर मैया अपनी छाया॥
सर्व सिद्धि दाती वह है भाग्यशाली।जो है तेरे दर का ही अम्बें सवाली॥

हिमाचल है पर्वत जहां वास तेरा।महा नंदा मंदिर में है वास तेरा॥
मुझे आसरा है तुम्हारा ही माता।भक्ति है सवाली तू जिसकी दाता॥


Siddhidatri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kalratri Mata Aaarti Lyrics in Hindi

Kalratri Mata Aaarti Lyrics in Hindi


कालरात्रि माता आरती


कालरात्रि जय जय महाकाली आरती देवी कालरात्रि को समर्पित है। देवी कालरात्रि माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के सातवें दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी कालरात्रि जी की ॥


कालरात्रि जय जय महाकाली।काल के मुंह से बचाने वाली॥
दुष्ट संघारक नाम तुम्हारा।महाचंडी तेरा अवतारा॥

पृथ्वी और आकाश पे सारा।महाकाली है तेरा पसारा॥
खड्ग खप्पर रखने वाली।दुष्टों का लहू चखने वाली॥

कलकत्ता स्थान तुम्हारा।सब जगह देखूं तेरा नजारा॥
सभी देवता सब नर-नारी।गावें स्तुति सभी तुम्हारी॥

रक्तदन्ता और अन्नपूर्णा।कृपा करे तो कोई भी दुःख ना॥
ना कोई चिंता रहे ना बीमारी।ना कोई गम ना संकट भारी॥

उस पर कभी कष्ट ना आवे।महाकाली माँ जिसे बचावे॥
तू भी भक्त प्रेम से कह।कालरात्रि माँ तेरी जय॥


Kalratri Mata Aaarti Lyrics in English

Kalratri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kalratri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kalaratri Mata Aarti


Kalaratri Jai Jai Mahakali Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Kalaratri which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 7th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Kalaratri Ji Ki ॥


Kalaratri Jai Jai Mahakali।Kala Ke Munha Se Bachane Vali॥
Dushta Sangharaka Name Tumhara।Mahachandi Tera Avatara॥

Prithvi Aura Akasha Pe Sara।Mahakali Hai Tera Pasara॥
Khadga Khappara Rakhane Vali।Dushton Ka Lahu Chakhane Vali॥

Kalakatta Sthana Tumhara।Saba Jagaha Dekhun Tera Najara॥
Sabhi Devata Saba Nara Nari।Gavein Stuti Sabhi Tumhari॥

Raktadanta Aura Annapurna।Kripa Kare To Koi Bhi Duhkha Na॥
Na Koi Chinta Rahe Na Bimari।Na Koi Gama Na Sankata Bhari॥

Usa Para Kabhi Kashta Na Ave।Mahakali Maa Jise Bachave॥
Tu Bhi Bhakta Prema Se Kaha।Kalaratri Maa Teri Jai॥


Kalratri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in English


Katyayani Mata Aarti


Jai Jai Ambe Jai Katyayani Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Katyayani which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 6th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Katyayani Ji Ki ॥


Jai Jai Ambe Jai Katyayani।Jai Jaga Mata Jaga Ki Maharani॥
Baijanatha Sthana Tumhara।Vahavara Dati Nama Pukara॥

Kai Nama Hai Kai Dhama hai।Yaha Sthana Bhi To Sukhadhama Hai॥
Hara Mandira Mein Jyota Tumhari।Kahi Yogeshwari Mahima Nyari॥

Hara Jagaha Utsava Hote Rahte।Hara Mandira Mein Bhagata Hai Kahate॥
Katyani Rakshaka Kaya Ki।Granthi Kate Moha Maya Ki॥

Jhute Moha Se Chhudane Vali।Apana Nama Japane Vali॥
Brihaspativara Ko Puja Karie।Dhyana Katyani Ka Dhariye॥

Hara Sankata Ko Dura Karegi।Bhandare Bharapura Karegi॥
Jo Bhi Maa Ko Bhakta Pukare।Katyayani Saba Kashta Nivare॥


Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

कात्यायनी माता आरती


जय जय अम्बे जय कात्यायनी आरती देवी कात्यायनी को समर्पित है। देवी कात्यायनी माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के छठवें दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी कात्यायनी जी की ॥

जय जय अम्बे जय कात्यायनी।जय जग माता जग की महारानी॥
बैजनाथ स्थान तुम्हारा।वहावर दाती नाम पुकारा॥

कई नाम है कई धाम है।यह स्थान भी तो सुखधाम है॥
हर मन्दिर में ज्योत तुम्हारी।कही योगेश्वरी महिमा न्यारी॥

हर जगह उत्सव होते रहते।हर मन्दिर में भगत है कहते॥
कत्यानी रक्षक काया की।ग्रंथि काटे मोह माया की॥

झूठे मोह से छुडाने वाली।अपना नाम जपाने वाली॥
बृहस्पतिवार को पूजा करिए।ध्यान कात्यानी का धरिये॥

हर संकट को दूर करेगी।भंडारे भरपूर करेगी॥
जो भी माँ को भक्त पुकारे।कात्यायनी सब कष्ट निवारे॥


Katyayani Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

स्कन्दमाता माता आरती


जय तेरी हो स्कन्द माता आरती देवी स्कन्दमाता को समर्पित है। देवी स्कन्दमाता माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के पाँचवें दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।


॥ आरती देवी स्कन्दमाता जी की ॥


जय तेरी हो स्कन्द माता।पांचवां नाम तुम्हारा आता॥
सबके मन की जानन हारी।जग जननी सबकी महतारी॥

तेरी जोत जलाता रहूं मैं।हरदम तुझे ध्याता रहूं मै॥
कई नामों से तुझे पुकारा।मुझे एक है तेरा सहारा॥

कही पहाड़ों पर है डेरा।कई शहरों में तेरा बसेरा॥
हर मन्दिर में तेरे नजारे।गुण गाए तेरे भक्त प्यारे॥

भक्ति अपनी मुझे दिला दो।शक्ति मेरी बिगड़ी बना दो॥
इन्द्र आदि देवता मिल सारे।करे पुकार तुम्हारे द्वारे॥

दुष्ट दैत्य जब चढ़ कर आए।तू ही खण्ड हाथ उठाए॥
दासों को सदा बचाने आयी।भक्त की आस पुजाने आयी॥


Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in English

Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in English

Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in English

Skandamata Mata Aarti


Jai Teri Ho Skandamata Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Skandamata which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 5th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Skandamata Ji Ki ॥


Jai Teri Ho Skanda Mata।Panchavan Nama Tumhara Aata॥
Sabake Mana Ki Janana Hari।Jaga Janani Sabaki Mahatari॥

Teri Jota Jalata Rahun Main।Haradama Tujhe Dhyata Rahu Main॥
Kai Namo Se Tujhe Pukara।Mujhe Eka Hai Tera Sahara॥

Kahi Pahadon Para Hai Dera।Kai Shaharon Mein Tera Basera॥
Hara Mandira Mein Tere Najare।Guna Gaye Tere Bhakta Pyare॥

Bhakti Apani Mujhe Dila Do।Shakti Meri Bigadi Bana Do॥
Indra Adi Devata Mila Sare।Kare Pukara Tumhare Dware॥

Dushta Daitya Jaba Chadha Kara Aae।Tu Hi Khanda Hatha Uthae॥
Dason Ko Sada Bachane Ayi।Bhakta Ki Asa Pujane Ayi॥


Skandamata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Chandraghanta Mata Aarti


Jai Maa Chandraghanta Sukha Dham Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Chandraghanta which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 3rd day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Chandraghanta Ji Ki ॥


Jai Maa Chandraghanta Sukha Dhama।Purna Kijo Mere Kama॥
Chandra Samaja Tu Shitala Dati।Chandra Teja Kiranon Mein Samati॥

Mana Ki Malaka Mana Bhati Ho।Chandraghanta Tuma Vara Dati Ho॥
Sundara Bhava Ko Lane Vali।Hara Sankata Mein Bachane Bali॥

Hara Budhawara Ko Tujhe Dhyaye।Shraddha Sahita To Vinaya Sunae॥
Murti Chandra Aakara Banae।Sanmukha Ghi Ki Jyota jalen॥

Shisha Jhuka Kahe Mana Ki Bata।Purna Asa Karo Jagata Data॥
Kanchipura Sthana Tumhara।Karnatika Mein Mana Tumhara॥

Nama Tera Ratu Maharani।Bhakta Ki Raksha Karo Bhavani॥


Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

कूष्माण्डा माता आरती


कूष्माण्डा जय जग सुखदानी आरती देवी कूष्माण्डा को समर्पित है। देवी कूष्माण्डा माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के चौथे दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी कूष्माण्डा जी की ॥


कूष्माण्डा जय जग सुखदानी।मुझ पर दया करो महारानी॥
पिङ्गला ज्वालामुखी निराली।शाकम्बरी माँ भोली भाली॥

लाखों नाम निराले तेरे।भक्त कई मतवाले तेरे॥
भीमा पर्वत पर है डेरा।स्वीकारो प्रणाम ये मेरा॥

सबकी सुनती हो जगदम्बे।सुख पहुँचती हो माँ अम्बे॥
तेरे दर्शन का मैं प्यासा।पूर्ण कर दो मेरी आशा॥

माँ के मन में ममता भारी।क्यों ना सुनेगी अरज हमारी॥
तेरे दर पर किया है डेरा।दूर करो माँ संकट मेरा॥

मेरे कारज पूरे कर दो।मेरे तुम भंडारे भर दो॥
तेरा दास तुझे ही ध्याए।भक्त तेरे दर शीश झुकाए॥


Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Kushmanda Mata Aarti


Kushmanda Jai Jaga Sukhadani Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Kushmanda which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 4th day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Kushmanda Ji Ki ॥


Kushmanda Jai Jaga Sukhadani।Mujha Para Daya Karo Maharani॥
Pingala Jwalamukhi Nirali।Shakambari Maa Bholi Bhali॥

Lakhon Nama Nirale Tere।Bhakta Kai Matavale Tere॥
Bhima Parvata Para Hai Dera।Svikaro Pranama Ye Mera॥

Sabaki Sunati Ho Jagadambe।Sukha Pahunchati Ho Maa Ambe॥
Tere Darshana Ka Main Pyasa।Purna Kara Do Meri Asha॥

Maa Ke Mana Mein Mamata Bhari।Kyon Na Sunegi Araja Hamari॥
Tere Dara Para Kiya Hai Dera।Dura Karo Maa Sankata Mera॥

Mere Karaja Pure Kara Do।Mere Tuma Bhandare Bhara Do॥
Tera Dasa Tujhe Hi Dhyae।Bhakta Tere Dara Shisha Jhukae॥


Kushmanda Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi


चन्द्रघण्टा माता आरती


जय माँ चन्द्रघण्टा सुख धाम आरती देवी चन्द्रघण्टा को समर्पित है। देवी चन्द्रघण्टा माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के तीसरे दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी चन्द्रघण्टा जी की ॥


जय माँ चन्द्रघण्टा सुख धाम।पूर्ण कीजो मेरे काम॥

चन्द्र समाज तू शीतल दाती।चन्द्र तेज किरणों में समाती॥
मन की मालक मन भाती हो।चन्द्रघण्टा तुम वर दाती हो॥

सुन्दर भाव को लाने वाली।हर संकट में बचाने वाली॥
हर बुधवार को तुझे ध्याये।श्रद्दा सहित तो विनय सुनाए॥

मूर्ति चन्द्र आकार बनाए।सन्मुख घी की ज्योत जलाएं॥
शीश झुका कहे मन की बाता।पूर्ण आस करो जगत दाता॥

कांचीपुर स्थान तुम्हारा।कर्नाटिका में मान तुम्हारा॥
नाम तेरा रटू महारानी।भक्त की रक्षा करो भवानी॥


Chandraghanta Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in English


Brahmacharini Mata Aarti


Jai Ambe Brahmacharini Mata Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Brahmacharini which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 2nd day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Brahmacharini Ji Ki ॥


Jai Ambe Brahmacharini Mata।Jai Chaturanana Priya Sukha Data॥
Brahma Ji Ke Mana Bhati Ho।Gyana Sabhi Ko Sikhalati Ho॥

Brahma Mantra Hai Japa Tumhara।Jisako Jape Sarala Sansara॥
Jai Gayatri Veda Ki Mata।Jo Jana Jisa Dina Tumhein Dhyata॥

Kami Koi Rahane Na Pae।Koi Bhi Dukha Sahane Na Pae॥
Usaki Virati Rahe Thikane।Jo Teri Mahima Ko Jane॥

Radraksha Ki Mala Le Kara।Jape Jo Mantra Shraddha De Kara॥
Alasa Chhoda Kare Gunagana।Maa Tuma Usako Sukha Pahuchana॥

Brahmacharini Tero Nama।Purna Karo Saba Mere Kama॥
Bhakta Tere Charanon Ka Pujari।Rakhana Laja Meri Mahatari॥


Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

ब्रह्मचारिणी माता आरती


जय अम्बे ब्रह्मचारिणी माता आरती देवी ब्रह्मचारिणी को समर्पित है। देवी ब्रह्मचारिणी माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के दूसरे दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी ब्रह्मचारिणी जी की ॥


जय अम्बे ब्रह्मचारिणी माता।जय चतुरानन प्रिय सुख दाता॥
ब्रह्मा जी के मन भाती हो।ज्ञान सभी को सिखलाती हो॥

ब्रह्म मन्त्र है जाप तुम्हारा।जिसको जपे सरल संसारा॥
जय गायत्री वेद की माता।जो जन जिस दिन तुम्हें ध्याता॥

कमी कोई रहने ना पाए।कोई भी दुख सहने न पाए॥
उसकी विरति रहे ठिकाने।जो तेरी महिमा को जाने॥

रद्रक्षा की माला ले कर।जपे जो मन्त्र श्रद्धा दे कर॥
आलस छोड़ करे गुणगाना।माँ तुम उसको सुख पहुँचाना॥

ब्रह्मचारिणी तेरो नाम।पूर्ण करो सब मेरे काम॥
भक्त तेरे चरणों का पुजारी।रखना लाज मेरी महतारी॥


Brahmacharini Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English


Shailputri Mata Aarti


Shailputri Maa Bail Asavar Aarti is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri which is one of the nine incarnations of Goddess Parvati and worshipped on 1st day of Navratri.

॥ Aarti Devi Shailaputri Ji Ki ॥


Shailaputri Maa Baila Asavara।Karein Devata Jai Jai Kara॥
Shiva Shankara Ki Priya Bhavani।Teri Mahima Kisi Ne Na Jani॥

Parvati Tu Uma Kahalavein।Jo Tujhe Sumire So Sukha Pavein॥
Riddhi Siddhi Paravana Karein Tu।Daya Karein Dhanavana Karein Tu॥

Somawara Ko Shiva Sanga Pyari।Aarti Jisane Teri Utari॥
Usaki Sagari Asa Puja Do।Sagare Duhkha Takalipha Mita Do॥

Ghi Ka Sundara Dipa Jala Ke।Gola Gari Ka Bhoga Laga Ke॥
Shraddha Bhava Se Mantra Japayein।Prema Sahita Phira Shisha Jhukayein॥

Jai Giraraja Kishori Ambe।Shiva Mukha Chandra Chakori Ambe॥
Manokamana Purna Kara Do।Chamana Sada Sukha Sampatti Bhara Do॥


Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in Hindi


शैलपुत्री माता आरती


शैलपुत्री माँ बैल असवार आरती देवी शैलपुत्री को समर्पित है। देवी शैलपुत्री माता पार्वती के नौ अवतारों में से एक हैं और नवरात्रि के पहले दिन उनकी पूजा की जाती है।

॥ आरती देवी शैलपुत्री जी की ॥


शैलपुत्री माँ बैल असवार।करें देवता जय जय कार॥
शिव-शंकर की प्रिय भवानी।तेरी महिमा किसी ने न जानी॥

पार्वती तू उमा कहलावें।जो तुझे सुमिरे सो सुख पावें॥
रिद्धि सिद्धि परवान करें तू।दया करें धनवान करें तू॥

सोमवार को शिव संग प्यारी।आरती जिसने तेरी उतारी॥
उसकी सगरी आस पुजा दो।सगरे दुःख तकलीफ मिटा दो॥

घी का सुन्दर दीप जला के।गोला गरी का भोग लगा के॥
श्रद्धा भाव से मन्त्र जपायें।प्रेम सहित फिर शीश झुकायें॥

जय गिरराज किशोरी अम्बे।शिव मुख चन्द्र चकोरी अम्बे॥
मनोकामना पूर्ण कर दो।चमन सदा सुख सम्पत्ति भर दो॥


Shailputri Mata Aarti Lyrics in English

October 2024 Festival Calendar

Hindu Festivals October 2024 

[2080 - 2081] Vikrama Samvata

October 2024


Chaturdashi Shraddha
October 1, 2024, Tuesday
Ashwina, Krishna Chaturdashi

Sarva Pitru Amavasya
October 2, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Krishna Amavasya

Gandhi Jayanti
October 2, 2024, Wednesday

Surya Grahan *Valayakara
October 2, 2024, Wednesday

Darsha Amavasya
October 2, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Krishna Amavasya

Anvadhan
October 2, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Krishna Chaturdashi

Ashwina Amavasya
October 2, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti
October 3, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Pratipada

Navratri Begins
October 3, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Pratipada

Ghatasthapana
October 3, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Pratipada

Ishti
October 3, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Krishna Amavasya

Chandra Darshana
October 4, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Pratipada

Vinayaka Chaturthi
October 6, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Chaturthi

Upang Lalita Vrat
October 7, 2024, Monday
Ashwina, Shukla Panchami

Bilva Nimantran
October 8, 2024, Tuesday
Ashwina, Shukla Shashthi

Skanda Sashti
October 8, 2024, Tuesday
Ashwina, Shukla Shashthi

Saraswati Avahan
October 9, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Mula Nakshatra

Kalparambha
October 9, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Shukla Shashthi

Akal Bodhon
October 9, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Shukla Shashthi

Saraswati Puja
October 10, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Purva Ashadha Nakshatra

Navpatrika Puja
October 10, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Saptami

Ashwina Navapada Oli Begins
October 10, 2024, Thursday
based on Jain calendar

Durga Ashtami
October 11, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Ashtami

Sandhi Puja
October 11, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Ashtami

Maha Navami
October 11, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

Saraswati Balidan
October 11, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Uttara Ashadha Nakshatra

Masik Durgashtami
October 11, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Ashtami

Saraswati Visarjan
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shravana Nakshatra

Ayudha Puja
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

Durga Balidan
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

Durga Visarjan
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Vijayadashami
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Dussehra
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Bengal Maha Navami
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

South Saraswati Puja
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

Buddha Jayanti
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Daksha Savarni Manvadi
October 12, 2024, Saturday
Ashwina, Shukla Navami

Bengal Vijayadashami
October 13, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Vidyarambham Day
October 13, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Madhvacharya Jayanti
October 13, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Dasara
October 13, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Dashami

Papankusha Ekadashi
October 13, 2024, Sunday
Ashwina, Shukla Ekadashi

Gauna Papankusha Ekadashi
October 14, 2024, Monday
Ashwina, Shukla Ekadashi

Vaishnava Papankusha Ekadashi
October 14, 2024, Monday
Ashwina, Shukla Ekadashi

Padmanabha Dwadashi
October 14, 2024, Monday
Ashwina, Shukla Dwadashi

Pradosh Vrat
October 15, 2024, Tuesday
Ashwina, Shukla Trayodashi

Kojagara Puja
October 16, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Sharad Purnima
October 16, 2024, Wednesday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Valmiki Jayanti
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Meerabai Jayanti
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Tula Sankranti
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Kanya to Tula transit of Sun

Ashwina Navapada Oli Ends
October 17, 2024, Thursday
based on Jain calendar

Ashwina Purnima Vrat
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Ashwina Purnima
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Anvadhan
October 17, 2024, Thursday
Ashwina, Shukla Chaturdashi

Kartika Begins *North
October 18, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Pratipada

Ishti
October 18, 2024, Friday
Ashwina, Shukla Purnima

Masik Karthigai
October 19, 2024, Saturday
based on Solar calendar

Karwa Chauth
October 20, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturthi

Atla Tadde
October 20, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Krishna Tritiya

Vakratunda Sankashti Chaturthi
October 20, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturthi

Rohini Vrat
October 21, 2024, Monday
based on Jain calendar

Ahoi Ashtami
October 24, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Ashtami

Radha Kunda Snan
October 24, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Ashtami

Kalashtami
October 24, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Ashtami

Masik Krishna Janmashtami
October 24, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Ashtami

Govatsa Dwadashi
October 28, 2024, Monday
Kartika, Krishna Dwadashi

Rama Ekadashi
October 28, 2024, Monday
Kartika, Krishna Ekadashi

Dhanteras
October 29, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Krishna Trayodashi

Yama Deepam
October 29, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Krishna Trayodashi

Yama Panchaka Begins
October 29, 2024, Tuesday

Pradosh Vrat
October 29, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Krishna Trayodashi

Kali Chaudas
October 30, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Hanuman Puja
October 30, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Masik Shivaratri
October 30, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Narak Chaturdashi
October 31, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Tamil Deepavali
October 31, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Kali Puja
October 31, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

November 2024 Festival Calendar

Hindu Festivals November 2024 

[2080 - 2081] Vikrama Samvata

November 2024


Lakshmi Puja
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Kedar Gauri Vrat
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Diwali
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Chopda Puja
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Sharda Puja
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Deepamalika
November 1, 2024, Friday

Kamala Jayanti
November 1, 2024, Friday

Darsha Amavasya
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Anvadhan
November 1, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Krishna Chaturdashi

Kartika Amavasya
November 1, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Amavasya

Govardhan Puja
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Annakut
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Bali Pratipada
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Dyuta Krida
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Gujarati New Year
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Ishti
November 2, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Krishna Amavasya

Bhaiya Dooj
November 3, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Dwitiya

Yama Dwitiya
November 3, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Dwitiya

Chandra Darshana
November 3, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Pratipada

Nagula Chavithi
November 5, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturthi

Vinayaka Chaturthi
November 5, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturthi

Labh Panchami
November 6, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Shukla Panchami

Soora Samharam
November 7, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Shukla Shashthi

Chhath Puja
November 7, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Shukla Shashthi

Skanda Sashti
November 7, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Shukla Shashthi

Jalaram Bapa Jayanti
November 8, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Saptami

Kartika Ashtahnika Begins
November 8, 2024, Friday
based on Jain calendar

Gopashtami
November 9, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Ashtami

Masik Durgashtami
November 9, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Ashtami

Akshaya Navami
November 10, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Navami

Jagaddhatri Puja
November 10, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Navami

Sata Yuga
November 10, 2024, Sunday
Kartika, Shukla Navami

Kansa Vadh
November 11, 2024, Monday
Kartika, Shukla Dashami

Bhishma Panchak Begins
November 11, 2024, Monday
Kartika, Shukla Ekadashi

Devutthana Ekadashi
November 12, 2024, Tuesday
Kartika, Shukla Ekadashi

Tulsi Vivah
November 13, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Shukla Dwadashi

Yogeshwara Dwadashi
November 13, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Shukla Dwadashi

Pradosh Vrat
November 13, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Shukla Trayodashi

Tamasa Manvadi
November 13, 2024, Wednesday
Kartika, Shukla Dwadashi

Vaikuntha Chaturdashi
November 14, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturdashi

Vishweshwara Vrat
November 14, 2024, Thursday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturdashi

Nehru Jayanti
November 14, 2024, Thursday

Kartika Chaumasi Chaudas
November 14, 2024, Thursday
based on Jain calendar

Children's Day
November 14, 2024, Thursday

Manikarnika Snan
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturdashi

Dev Diwali
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Bhishma Panchak Ends
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Guru Nanak Jayanti
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Pushkara Snana
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Kartika Ashtahnika Ends
November 15, 2024, Friday
based on Jain calendar

Kartika Ratha Yatra
November 15, 2024, Friday
based on Jain calendar

Kartika Purnima Vrat
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Kartika Purnima
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Anvadhan
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Chaturdashi

Uttama Manvadi
November 15, 2024, Friday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Margashirsha Begins *North
November 16, 2024, Saturday
Pausha, Krishna Pratipada

Vrishchika Sankranti
November 16, 2024, Saturday
Tula to Vrishchika transit of Sun

Masik Karthigai
November 16, 2024, Saturday
based on Solar calendar

Mandala Pooja Begins
November 16, 2024, Saturday
based on Malayalam calendar

Ishti
November 16, 2024, Saturday
Kartika, Shukla Purnima

Rohini Vrat
November 17, 2024, Sunday
based on Jain calendar

Ganadhipa Sankashti Chaturthi
November 18, 2024, Monday
Margashirsha, Krishna Chaturthi

Kalabhairav Jayanti
November 22, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Ashtami

Kalashtami
November 22, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Ashtami

Masik Krishna Janmashtami
November 22, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Ashtami

Utpanna Ekadashi
November 26, 2024, Tuesday
Margashirsha, Krishna Ekadashi

Pradosh Vrat
November 28, 2024, Thursday
Margashirsha, Krishna Trayodashi

Masik Shivaratri
November 29, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Darsha Amavasya
November 30, 2024, Saturday
Margashirsha, Krishna Amavasya

Decmber 2024 Festival Calendar

Hindu Festivals December 2024 

[2080 - 2081] Vikrama Samvata

December 2024


World AIDS Day
December 1, 2024, Sunday

Anvadhan
December 1, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Margashirsha Amavasya
December 1, 2024, Sunday
Pausha, Krishna Amavasya

Ishti
December 2, 2024, Monday
Margashirsha, Krishna Amavasya

Chandra Darshana
December 3, 2024, Tuesday
Margashirsha, Shukla Pratipada

Vinayaka Chaturthi
December 5, 2024, Thursday
Margashirsha, Shukla Chaturthi

Vivah Panchami
December 6, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Panchami

Subrahmanya Sashti
December 6, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Shashthi

Naga Panchami *Telugu
December 6, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Panchami

Skanda Sashti
December 6, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Shashthi

Champa Shashthi
December 7, 2024, Saturday
Margashirsha, Shukla Shashthi

Bhanu Saptami
December 8, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Saptami

Masik Durgashtami
December 8, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Ashtami

Gita Jayanti
December 11, 2024, Wednesday
Margashirsha, Shukla Ekadashi

Guruvayur Ekadashi
December 11, 2024, Wednesday
based on Solar calendar

Mokshada Ekadashi
December 11, 2024, Wednesday
Margashirsha, Shukla Ekadashi

Matsya Dwadashi
December 12, 2024, Thursday
Margashirsha, Shukla Dwadashi

Hanuman Jayanti *Kannada
December 13, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Trayodashi

Karthigai Deepam
December 13, 2024, Friday
based on Solar calendar

Pradosh Vrat
December 13, 2024, Friday
Margashirsha, Shukla Trayodashi

Dattatreya Jayanti
December 14, 2024, Saturday
Margashirsha, Shukla Purnima

Rohini Vrat
December 14, 2024, Saturday
based on Jain calendar

Annapurna Jayanti
December 15, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Purnima

Dhanu Sankranti
December 15, 2024, Sunday
Vrishchika to Dhanu transit of Sun

Bhairavi Jayanti
December 15, 2024, Sunday

Margashirsha Purnima Vrat
December 15, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Purnima

Margashirsha Purnima
December 15, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Purnima

Anvadhan
December 15, 2024, Sunday
Margashirsha, Shukla Chaturdashi

Pausha Begins *North
December 16, 2024, Monday
Magha, Krishna Pratipada

Ishti
December 16, 2024, Monday
Margashirsha, Shukla Purnima

Akhuratha Sankashti Chaturthi
December 18, 2024, Wednesday
Pausha, Krishna Chaturthi

Shortest Day of Year
December 21, 2024, Saturday
Astronomy Event

Bhanu Saptami
December 22, 2024, Sunday
Pausha, Krishna Saptami

Kalashtami
December 22, 2024, Sunday
Pausha, Krishna Ashtami

Masik Krishna Janmashtami
December 22, 2024, Sunday
Pausha, Krishna Ashtami

Mandala Pooja
December 26, 2024, Thursday
based on Malayalam calendar

Saphala Ekadashi
December 26, 2024, Thursday
Pausha, Krishna Ekadashi

Shani Trayodashi
December 28, 2024, Saturday
Pausha, Krishna Trayodashi

Pradosh Vrat
December 28, 2024, Saturday
Pausha, Krishna Trayodashi

Masik Shivaratri
December 29, 2024, Sunday
Pausha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Somavati Amavasya
December 30, 2024, Monday
Pausha, Krishna Amavasya

Hanuman Jayanti *Tamil
December 30, 2024, Monday
Pausha, Krishna Amavasya

Darsha Amavasya
December 30, 2024, Monday
Pausha, Krishna Amavasya

Anvadhan
December 30, 2024, Monday
Pausha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Pausha Amavasya
December 30, 2024, Monday
Magha, Krishna Amavasya

Ishti
December 31, 2024, Tuesday
Pausha, Krishna Amavasya

July 2024 Festival Calendar

Hindu Festivals July 2024 

[2080 - 2081] Vikrama Samvata

July 2024


Masik Karthigai
July 2, 2024, Tuesday
based on Solar calendar

Yogini Ekadashi
July 2, 2024, Tuesday
Ashadha, Krishna Ekadashi

Rohini Vrat
July 3, 2024, Wednesday
based on Jain calendar

Pradosh Vrat
July 3, 2024, Wednesday
Ashadha, Krishna Trayodashi

Masik Shivaratri
July 4, 2024, Thursday
Ashadha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Darsha Amavasya
July 5, 2024, Friday
Ashadha, Krishna Amavasya

Anvadhan
July 5, 2024, Friday
Ashadha, Krishna Chaturdashi

Ashadha Amavasya
July 5, 2024, Friday
Shravana, Krishna Amavasya

Ashadha Navratri
July 6, 2024, Saturday
Ashadha, Shukla Pratipada

Ishti
July 6, 2024, Saturday
Ashadha, Krishna Amavasya

Jagannath Rathyatra
July 7, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Dwitiya

Chandra Darshana
July 7, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Pratipada

Vinayaka Chaturthi
July 9, 2024, Tuesday
Ashadha, Shukla Chaturthi

Skanda Sashti
July 11, 2024, Thursday
Ashadha, Shukla Shashthi

Ashadha Ashtahnika Begins
July 13, 2024, Saturday
based on Jain calendar

Masik Durgashtami
July 14, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Ashtami

Karka Sankranti
July 16, 2024, Tuesday
Mithuna to Karka transit of Sun

Gauri Vrat Begins
July 17, 2024, Wednesday
Ashadha, Shukla Dwadashi

Devshayani Ekadashi
July 17, 2024, Wednesday
Ashadha, Shukla Ekadashi

Vasudeva Dwadashi
July 18, 2024, Thursday
Ashadha, Shukla Dwadashi

Pradosh Vrat
July 18, 2024, Thursday
Ashadha, Shukla Trayodashi

Jayaparvati Vrat Begins
July 19, 2024, Friday
Ashadha, Shukla Trayodashi

Kokila Vrat
July 20, 2024, Saturday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Ashadha Chaumasi Chaudas
July 20, 2024, Saturday
based on Jain calendar

Guru Purnima
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Vyasa Puja
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Gauri Vrat Ends
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Ashadha Ashtahnika Ends
July 21, 2024, Sunday
based on Jain calendar

Ashadha Purnima Vrat
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Ashadha Purnima
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Anvadhan
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Chaturdashi

Chakshusha Manvadi
July 21, 2024, Sunday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

Shravana Begins *North
July 22, 2024, Monday
Bhadrapada, Krishna Pratipada

First Shravan Somwar Vrat
July 22, 2024, Monday
First Monday in Shravana

Ishti
July 22, 2024, Monday
Ashadha, Shukla Purnima

First Mangala Gauri Vrat
July 23, 2024, Tuesday
First Tuesday in Shravana

Jayaparvati Vrat Ends
July 24, 2024, Wednesday
Shravana, Krishna Tritiya

Gajanana Sankashti Chaturthi
July 24, 2024, Wednesday
Shravana, Krishna Chaturthi

Kalashtami
July 27, 2024, Saturday
Shravana, Krishna Ashtami

Masik Krishna Janmashtami
July 27, 2024, Saturday
Shravana, Krishna Ashtami

Second Shravan Somwar Vrat
July 29, 2024, Monday
Second Monday in Shravana

Masik Karthigai
July 29, 2024, Monday
based on Solar calendar

Second Mangala Gauri Vrat
July 30, 2024, Tuesday
Second Tuesday in Shravana

Rohini Vrat
July 31, 2024, Wednesday
based on Jain calendar

Kamika Ekadashi
July 31, 2024, Wednesday
Shravana, Krishna Ekadashi

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