Shravan Purnima 2023 Date

Shravana Purnima 2023 Date

Shravana month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shravana Purnima is considered to be one of the most sacred day when people worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Raksha Bandhan festival is also celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima or Rakhi Purnima. 

Shravan Purnima is celebrated as Narali and Narayali Purnima in Maharashtra and Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Poonam in Central India, Raksha Bandhan in North India and Pavitopana in Gujarat. 

Satyanarayan Vrat

Satyanarayan Puja and Vrat is also performed on Shravan Purnima day. On this day, people worship Lord Vishnu in the form of Lord Satyanarayan and seek blessings from the Lord. The devotees offer Panchamrit, and make prasad (roasted wheat flour mixed with sugar and put banana pieces into that), put Tulsi leaves in Panchamrit and in prasad also then offer it to Lord Satyanarayan.

Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is the day to celebrate the bond of love and respect between brothers and sisters. Raksha Bandhan is also known as Rakhi festival which holds a great significance among Hindu community worldwide. All sisters tie a holy thread known as Rakhi around their brother's wrist and pray for their brother's well being and longevity while brothers take a vow to protect their sisters from evil forces.

Narali Purnima

The day is celebrated as Narali Purnima by Hindus in the western state of Maharashtra, especially around Mumbai and the Konkan Coast. It is held on the full moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan. People offer rice, flowers and coconuts to Varuna God, the god of sea and water as the people who are iving on the Western Ghats believe that their life is only based on sea and thus seek blessings of the deity. Fishermen decorate their boats and bring them near the shore of the sea. Fishermen offer prayers to the Deity Varuna by offering coconut.
Coconuts are offered to the deity as it is considered a symbol of Shiva because of the three eyes of the coconut and offering coconut to deity is the most popular way to seek blessings and show gratitude towards the deity.

Kajari Purnima

Kajari Purnima is celebrated in Central India especially in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and some parts of Uttar Pradesh. The preparation starts from the ninth day of Shravan Amavasya i.e. Kajari Navami. Women brings soil from the field area and sow barley in the pot on the day of Kajari Navami. When it grows till kajari Purnima, all the women take out a procession with these barley on their heads and immerse in the pond or river. This fast is observed to pray for the longevity of son and other male members.

Pavitropana

People worship Lord Shiva with great devotion and enthusiasm in Gujarat. Offering water to Lord Shiva on Shravan Purnima is considered very auspicious. As part of Pavitopana, cotton wicks are dipped in Panchgavya (cow's ghee, milk, curd etc.) and offered to Shiva.

Amarnath Yatra Ends

As per the Puranas, the holy Amarnath Yatra starts on Guru Purnima and concludes on the Purnima Tithi of Shravan month. ‘Kanwariyas’ also worship Lord Shiva on this holy day by offering Ganga Jal on Shivlingam and end their journeys on this day.

Shravan Purnima 2023 Date and Timings

Shravan Purnima 2023 Vrat Date - August 30, 2023, Wednesday

Shravana Purnima Begins - 10:58 AM, Aug 30
Shravana Purnima Ends - 07:05 AM, Aug 31

Shravana Purnima 2023 Date - August 31, 2023, Thursday

Shravan Purnima 2024 Date

Shravana Purnima 2024 Date

Shravana month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shravana Purnima is considered to be one of the most sacred day when people worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Raksha Bandhan festival is also celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima or Rakhi Purnima. 

Shravan Purnima is celebrated as Narali and Narayali Purnima in Maharashtra and Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Poonam in Central India, Raksha Bandhan in North India and Pavitopana in Gujarat. 

Shravan Purnima 2024 Date and Timings

Shravan Purnima 2024 Vrat Date - August 19, 2024, Monday

Shravana Purnima Begins - 03:04 AM, Aug 19
Shravana Purnima Ends - 11:55 PM, Aug 19

Shravana Purnima 2024 DateAugust 19, 2024, Monday

Shravan Purnima 2025 Date

Shravana Purnima 2025 Date

Shravana month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shravana Purnima is considered to be one of the most sacred day when people worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Raksha Bandhan festival is also celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima or Rakhi Purnima. 

Shravan Purnima is celebrated as Narali and Narayali Purnima in Maharashtra and Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Poonam in Central India, Raksha Bandhan in North India and Pavitopana in Gujarat. 

Shravan Purnima 2025 Date and Timings

Shravan Purnima 2025 Vrat Date - August 9, 2025, Saturday

Shravana Purnima Begins - 02:12 PM, Aug 08
Shravana Purnima Ends - 01:24 PM, Aug 09

Shravana Purnima 2025 DateAugust 9, 2025, Saturday

Shravan Purnima 2026 Date

Shravana Purnima 2026 Date

Shravana month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shravana Purnima is considered to be one of the most sacred day when people worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Raksha Bandhan festival is also celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima or Rakhi Purnima. 

Shravan Purnima is celebrated as Narali and Narayali Purnima in Maharashtra and Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Poonam in Central India, Raksha Bandhan in North India and Pavitopana in Gujarat. 

Shravan Purnima 2026 Date and Timings

Shravan Purnima 2026 Vrat Date - August 27, 2026, Thursday

Shravana Purnima Begins - 09:08 AM, Aug 27
Shravana Purnima Ends - 09:48 AM, Aug 28

Shravana Purnima 2026 DateAugust 28, 2026, Friday

Shravan Purnima 2027 Date

Shravana Purnima 2027 Date

Shravana month is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shravana Purnima is considered to be one of the most sacred day when people worship and offer prayers to Lord Shiva on this day. Raksha Bandhan festival is also celebrated on the day of Shravana Purnima or Rakhi Purnima. 

Shravan Purnima is celebrated as Narali and Narayali Purnima in Maharashtra and Avani Avittam in South India, Kajari Poonam in Central India, Raksha Bandhan in North India and Pavitopana in Gujarat. 

Shravan Purnima 2027 Date and Timings

Shravan Purnima 2027 Vrat DateAugust 16, 2027, Monday

Shravana Purnima Begins - 10:28 AM, Aug 16
Shravana Purnima Ends - 12:58 PM, Aug 17

Shravana Purnima 2027 DateAugust 17, 2027, Tuesday

Narali Purnima 2027 Date

Narali Purnima 2027 Date

Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region like Goa and Gujarat.

People worship God Varun and especially offer Nariyal to the God of sea on Nariyal Purnima day. It is believed that the worship of Varun Devta or Puja offered to sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima appeases the God and it protects fisher-men from all sorts of untoward incidents.

The monsoon comes to an end when it comes Shravan Purnima. It is said that with Purnima Tithi of Shravan, the fishing season starts. So fishermen seek blessings of Lord Varun before beginning their work. It is also said that if one worships the sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima, the lord of sea gets pleased and protects fishermen from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Narali Purnima 2027 Date and Timings

Narali Purnima 2027 Date - Tuesday, August 17, 2027

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:28 AM on Aug 16, 2027
Purnima Tithi Ends - 12:58 PM on Aug 17, 2027

Narali Purnima 2026 Date

Narali Purnima 2026 Date

Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region like Goa and Gujarat.

People worship God Varun and especially offer Nariyal to the God of sea on Nariyal Purnima day. It is believed that the worship of Varun Devta or Puja offered to sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima appeases the God and it protects fisher-men from all sorts of untoward incidents.

The monsoon comes to an end when it comes Shravan Purnima. It is said that with Purnima Tithi of Shravan, the fishing season starts. So fishermen seek blessings of Lord Varun before beginning their work. It is also said that if one worships the sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima, the lord of sea gets pleased and protects fishermen from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Narali Purnima 2026 Date and Timings

Narali Purnima 2026 Date - Friday, August 28, 2026

Purnima Tithi Begins - 09:08 AM on Aug 27, 2026
Purnima Tithi Ends - 09:48 AM on Aug 28, 2026

Narali Purnima 2025 Date

Narali Purnima 2025 Date

Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region like Goa and Gujarat.

People worship God Varun and especially offer Nariyal to the God of sea on Nariyal Purnima day. It is believed that the worship of Varun Devta or Puja offered to sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima appeases the God and it protects fisher-men from all sorts of untoward incidents.

The monsoon comes to an end when it comes Shravan Purnima. It is said that with Purnima Tithi of Shravan, the fishing season starts. So fishermen seek blessings of Lord Varun before beginning their work. It is also said that if one worships the sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima, the lord of sea gets pleased and protects fishermen from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Narali Purnima 2025 Date and Timings

Narali Purnima 2025 Date - Saturday, August 9, 2025

Purnima Tithi Begins - 02:12 PM on Aug 08, 2025
Purnima Tithi Ends - 01:24 PM on Aug 09, 2025

Narali Purnima 2024 Date

Narali Purnima 2024 Date

Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region like Goa and Gujarat.

People worship God Varun and especially offer Nariyal to the God of sea on Nariyal Purnima day. It is believed that the worship of Varun Devta or Puja offered to sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima appeases the God and it protects fisher-men from all sorts of untoward incidents.

The monsoon comes to an end when it comes Shravan Purnima. It is said that with Purnima Tithi of Shravan, the fishing season starts. So fishermen seek blessings of Lord Varun before beginning their work. It is also said that if one worships the sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima, the lord of sea gets pleased and protects fishermen from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Narali Purnima 2024 Date and Timings

Narali Purnima 2024 Date - Monday, August 19, 2024

Purnima Tithi Begins - 03:04 AM on Aug 19, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 11:55 PM on Aug 19, 2024

Narali Purnima 2023 Date

Narali Purnima 2023 Date

Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima in Maharashtra, especially at coastal Maharashtra and Konkani region like Goa and Gujarat.

People worship God Varun and especially offer Nariyal to the God of sea on Nariyal Purnima day. It is believed that the worship of Varun Devta or Puja offered to sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima appeases the God and it protects fisher-men from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Maharashtrian Brahmins, who perform ritualistic Shravani Upakarma on this day, observe Phalahar fasting on the day and eat only Nariyal i.e. the coconut during the fast. Thus in Konkan and coastal Maharashtra the day of Shravana Purnima is popularly known as Nariyal Purnima or the Coconut day.

Narali Purnima Significance

The monsoon comes to an end when it comes Shravan Purnima. It is said that with Purnima Tithi of Shravan, the fishing season starts. So fishermen seek blessings of Lord Varun before beginning their work. It is also said that if one worships the sea on the auspicious day of Shravana Purnima, the lord of sea gets pleased and protects fishermen from all sorts of untoward incidents.

Trees are also planted by people on the day of Nariyal Purnima to show their respect and gratitude towards the nature and Mother Earth. Nariyal Purnima is also pronounced as Narali Purnima (नारळी पूर्णिमा) and spelled as Nariyali Purnima (नारियली पूर्णिमा).

Different sweet dishes from coconut are made and share with friends and family and celebrate the festival by singing and dancing to devotional music.

Narali Purnima Mantra

Devotees should recite the mantra “Om Vam Varunaya Namah” to seek blessings of the Lord Varun.

Narali Purnima 2023 Date and Timings

Narali Purnima 2023 Date - Thursday, August 31, 2023

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:58 AM on Aug 30, 2023
Purnima Tithi Ends - 07:05 AM on Aug 31, 2023

Balarama Jayanti 2022 Date

Balarama Jayanti 2022 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

The idols of Lord Krishna and Lord Balaram are decorated with flowers and adorn with new clothes. The devotees prepare 'bhog' which is offered to the deity and then distributed among all the family, friends and neighbours in the form of sacred food. The temples in Ganjam, Punjab, and Puri are famous for the Balaram Jayanti celebration. In other temples like Ananta Vasudeva mandir, Baladevjew mandir, and Baliyana mandir Lord Balarama is worshipped and celebrate the Lord Balarama Jayanti with much joy and enthusiasm.

In North India, this day is also known as Hal Sashti and Lalahi Chhath. This day is popularly known as Baladeva Chhath in Braj region and this day is observed as Randhan Chhath or Baladeva Chhath in Gujarat.

Balarama Jayanti 2022 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2022 Date - Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 08:17 PM on Aug 16, 2022
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 08:24 PM on Aug 17, 2022

Balarama Jayanti 2023 Date

Balarama Jayanti 2023 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

Balarama Jayanti 2023 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2023 DateTuesday, September 5, 2023

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 04:41 PM on Sep 04, 2023
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 03:46 PM on Sep 05, 2023

Balarama Jayanti 2024 Date

Balarama Jayanti 2024 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

Balarama Jayanti 2024 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2024 DateSaturday, August 24, 2024

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 07:51 AM on Aug 24, 2024
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 05:30 AM on Aug 25, 2024

Balarama Jayanti 2025 Date

Balarama Jayanti 2025 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

Balarama Jayanti 2025 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2025 DateThursday, August 14, 2025

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 04:23 AM on Aug 14, 2025
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 02:07 AM on Aug 15, 2025

Balarama Jayanti 2026 Date

Balarama Jayanti 2026 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

Balarama Jayanti 2026 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2026 DateWednesday, September 2, 2026

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 06:12 AM on Sep 02, 2026
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 04:25 AM on Sep 03, 2026

Balarama Jayanti 2027 Date

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Balarama Jayanti 2027 Date

The elder brother of Lord Krishna, Lord Balarama is worshipped as 8th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Balarama Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Balarama. In some regions of India, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the day of Akshaya Tritiya while in various other regions, Balarama Jayanti is celebrated on the Shravan Purnima day. Some celebrate it in the month of Vaisakh which falls either in April or May.

All the temples that worship Lord Krishna and Lord Balarama celebrate this day with great enthusiasm.

Lord Balarama is also worshipped as an Avatar of Adishesha, the serpent on which Lord Vishnu rests. He was very powerful because of which he killed Asura Dhenuka, the giant demon. Lord Balarama is believed to be the seventh child of Vasudeva and Devaki who has killed many demons and symbolizes power and strength. The people who worship Lord Baladeva and celebrate the day of Balaram Jayanti are blessed with a good healthy life. Lord Balram devotees who worship him and observe a Balaram Jayanti Vrat are bestowed with physical strength. Balarama is also known as Baladeva, Balabhadra and Halayudha.

Balarama Jayanti 2027 Puja Muhurat

Balarama Jayanti 2027 DateMonday, August 23, 2027

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 08:45 PM on Aug 22, 2027
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 08:52 PM on Aug 23, 2027

Nag Pancham 2022 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2022 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham is usually known as Nag Panchami and observed 15 days before Nag Pancham during Shukla Paksha Panchami in Shravan month in most Indian states.

Nag Panchami Significance

The rituals and customs of Naga Panchami puja in Gujarat are similar to other states. Devotees, on this day, observe fast and worship snakes by visiting anthills and trees where snakes can be found. The most important feature of the Naga Panchami festival is that women offer milk to snakes to seek blessings and protection from evil.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham Puja Mantra

सर्वे नागाः प्रीयन्तां मे ये केचित् पृथ्वीतले।
ये च हेलिमरीचिस्था येऽन्तरे दिवि संस्थिताः॥
ये नदीषु महानागा ये सरस्वतिगामिनः।
ये च वापीतडगेषु तेषु सर्वेषु वै नमः॥

Mantra Translation - May the snakes who are staying in this world, sky, heaven, sun-rays, lakes, wells, ponds etc. bless us and we all salute them.

अनन्तं वासुकिं शेषं पद्मनाभं च कम्बलम्।
शङ्ख पालं धृतराष्ट्रं तक्षकं कालियं तथा॥
एतानि नव नामानि नागानां च महात्मनाम्।
सायङ्काले पठेन्नित्यं प्रातःकाले विशेषतः।
तस्य विषभयं नास्ति सर्वत्र विजयी भवेत्॥

Mantra Translation - The names of nine Nag Devtas are Ananta, Vasuki, Shesha, Padmanabha, Kambala, Shankhapala, Dhritarashtra, Takshaka and Kaliya. If someone chants the names of nine Nag Devtas regularly every day in the morning, it will give you protection from all evils and make you victorious in life.

Nag Pancham 2022 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2022 Date - Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 06:16 AM to 08:51 AM
Duration - 02 Hours 35 Mins

Nag Panchami 2022 Date in North India - Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Panchami Tithi Begins - 09:01 PM on Aug 15, 2022
Panchami Tithi Ends - 08:17 PM on Aug 16, 2022

Nag Pancham 2023 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2023 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham 2023 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2023 Date - Monday, September 4, 2023

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 06:23 AM to 08:53 AM
Duration - 02 Hours 30 Mins

Nag Panchami 2023 Date in North India - Monday, August 21, 2023

Panchami Tithi Begins - 06:24 PM on Sep 03, 2023
Panchami Tithi Ends - 04:41 PM on Sep 04, 2023

Nag Pancham 2024 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2024 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham 2024 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2024 Date - Friday, August 23, 2024

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 10:38 AM to 07:05 PM
Duration - 08 Hours 27 Mins

Nag Panchami 2024 Date in North India - Friday, August 9, 2024

Panchami Tithi Begins - 10:38 AM on Aug 23, 2024
Panchami Tithi Ends - 07:51 AM on Aug 24, 2024

Nag Pancham 2025 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2025 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham 2025 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2025 Date - Wednesday, August 13, 2025

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 06:35 AM to 08:51 AM
Duration - 02 Hours 15 Mins

Nag Panchami 2025 Date in North India - Tuesday, July 29, 2025

Panchami Tithi Begins - 06:35 AM on Aug 13, 2025
Panchami Tithi Ends - 04:23 AM on Aug 14, 2025

Nag Pancham 2026 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2026 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham 2026 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2026 Date - Tuesday, September 1, 2026

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 07:41 AM to 08:53 AM
Duration - 01 Hour 12 Mins

Nag Panchami 2026 Date in North India - Monday, August 17, 2026

Panchami Tithi Begins - 07:41 AM on Sep 01, 2026
Panchami Tithi Ends - 06:12 AM on Sep 02, 2026

Nag Pancham 2027 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham 2027 Date in Gujarat

Nag Pancham is mainly observed in Gujarat on Krishna Paksha Panchami during Shravan month as per Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham is observed three days before Krishna Janmashtami. Lunar month starts after Amavasya i.e. with no moon day in Gujarati calendar. Nag Pancham in Gujarat is observed during Bhadrapada month as per Purnimanta calendar followed in North Indian states.

Nag Pancham day is dedicated to Serpent God and people worship snakes as representative of Serpent Gods like Vasuki, Adishesha and Ananta. It is believed that anything offered to snakes on Nag Pancham day would reach the serpent gods. Hence, devotes worship live snakes on the day as representative of serpent gods. It is said that people can get rid of Kal Sarp dosh by praying snakes and it also brings good luck. Devotees observe fast on Nag Pancham and usually break it after Nag Puja.

Nag Pancham 2027 Puja Muhurat

Nag Pancham 2027 Date - Sunday, August 22, 2027

Nag Pancham Puja Muhurat - 06:18 AM to 08:52 AM
Duration - 02 Hours 34 Mins

Nag Panchami 2027 Date in North India - Friday, August 6, 2027

Panchami Tithi Begins - 08:04 PM on Aug 21, 2027
Panchami Tithi Ends - 08:45 PM on Aug 22, 2027

Bol Choth 2022 Date

Bol Choth 2022 Date, Bol Choth 2022 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

After various rituals and prayers, people listen to Bol Choth Vrat Katha which mentions how a cow was spared by a lion and worshipped it for its divine qualities.

As Bol Choth is observed during Shravan month, when its peak monsoon season, the ritual is meant for the protection of animals which suffers maximum during floods and heavy rains.

Bol Choth is known as Bahula Chaturthi in other states. In Madhya Pradesh, Bol Choth is popularly known with the name of Bahula Chaturthi.

Bol Choth 2022 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2022 Date - Monday, August 15, 2022

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 06:47 PM to 07:14 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 26 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 09:27 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 10:35 PM on Aug 14, 2022
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 09:01 PM on Aug 15, 2022

Bol Choth 2023 Date

Bol Choth 2023 Date, Bol Choth 2023 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

Bol Choth 2023 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2023 Date - Sunday, September 03, 2023

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 06:43 PM to 07:08 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 25 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 09:22 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:49 PM on Sep 02, 2023
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 06:24 PM on Sep 03, 2023

Bol Choth 2024 Date

Bol Choth 2024 Date, Bol Choth 2024 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

Bol Choth 2024 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2024 Date - Thursday, August 22, 2024

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 06:53 PM to 07:19 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 26 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 09:04 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 01:46 PM on Aug 22, 2024
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 10:38 AM on Aug 23, 2024

Bol Choth 2025 Date

Bol Choth 2025 Date, Bol Choth 2025 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

Bol Choth 2025 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2025 Date - Tuesday, August 12, 2025

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 07:01 PM to 07:27 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 26 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 09:19 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:40 AM on Aug 12, 2025
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 06:35 AM on Aug 13, 2025

Bol Choth 2026 Date

Bol Choth 2026 Date, Bol Choth 2026 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

Bol Choth 2026 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2026 Date - Monday, August 31, 2026

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 06:46 PM to 07:11 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 25 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 08:50 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:50 AM on Aug 31, 2026
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 07:41 AM on Sep 01, 2026

Bol Choth 2027 Date

Bol Choth 2027 Date, Bol Choth 2027 Varta

Bol Choth Vrat is observed on Krishna Chaturthi during Shravan month. Bol Choth vrat is mainly popular and celebrated in Gujarat and it falls one day before important Nag Pancham day in Gujarat. The day is mainly observed for the welfare of cows and calves who are cleaned, specially feeded and worshipped by men and women both in the evening. All members of the family worship cows on this day and it's very important day for the farming community as well.

A day long fast is observed on the day of Bol Choth. It is believed that people who observe a day long fast and worship cows in the evening are blessed with off-springs, wealth and prosperity. People who observe Bol Choth fasting strictly neither drink milk nor eat any milk-made products. Millet food is eaten on the day which is prepared under the open sky.

Bol Choth 2027 Puja Muhurat

Bol Choth 2027 Date - Saturday, August 21, 2027

Godhuli Puja Muhurat - 06:55 PM to 07:20 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 26 Mins

Moonrise on Bol Choth Day - 09:17 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 06:53 PM on Aug 20, 2027
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 08:04 PM on Aug 21, 2027

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Date

heramba ganpati

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi Significance

Lord Ganesh devotees keep a partial or day-long fast on this day. The main puja is done in the evening after the moon is visible. The idol or picture of Lord Ganesha is worshipped with Durva grass, fresh flowers, and incense sticks. Lamps are lit, and devotees read the "vrat katha" specific to the month. The one who observes a vrat on this day with sincere devotion and unshakable faith in Lord Ganesha who is also known as Vighnaharta gets blessed by him. The Vrat rituals for this day end with the sighting of the moon. Thus, Moonrise timing is of great relevance. The Chandra Dev (Moon) is worshipped, and Arghya is performed (water offering ritual). Thus, after taking the blessings of Lord Ganesha along with Chandra Dev, Sankashti fast is concluded.

As it's believed that Lord Ganesha loves Modak, so on the day of Sankashti Chaturthi, Modaks are made and offered to the Lord as it's one of the favourite eatables of Lord Ganesha. Heramba Ganpati is one of the 32 forms of Ganesha as stated in Hindu sacred texts. It is believed that worshipping Heramba Maha Ganpati is ideal for those who require confidence for facing problems and hardships in life.

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Date - Monday, August 15

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 09:27 PM
No moonrise during Chaturthi Tithi

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 10:35 PM on Aug 14, 2022
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 09:01 PM on Aug 15, 2022

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2026 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2026 Date

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2026 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2026 Date - Monday, August 31

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2026 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 08:25 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:50 AM on Aug 31, 2026
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 07:41 AM on Sep 01, 2026

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2025 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2025 Date

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2025 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2025 Date - Tuesday, August 12

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2025 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 08:59 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:40 AM on Aug 12, 2025
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 06:35 AM on Aug 13, 2025

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2024 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2024 Date

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2024 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2024 Date - Thursday, August 22

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2024 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 08:43 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 01:46 PM on Aug 22, 2024
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 10:38 AM on Aug 23, 2024

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2023 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2023 Date

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2023 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2023 Date - Sunday, September 03

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2023 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 08:57 PM
No moonrise during Chaturthi Tithi

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 08:49 PM on Sep 02, 2023
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 06:24 PM on Sep 03, 2023

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2027 Date

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2027 Date

The word "Sankashti" comes from Sanskrit word and implies "freedom from difficult times". The Sankashti of every month has a specific name. As the name suggests, Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi means liberation from the biggest of obstacles/hurdles. Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi or Maha Sankata Hara Chaturthi is an auspicious day observed on the "Chaturthi" (Fourth Day) of the Krishna Paksha (the waning phase of the moon) of the Hindu month of 'Shravana' as per the Amavasyant calendar and is celebrated on the 'Krishna Paksha Chaturthi' of the 'Bhadrapada' month in the Purnimant calendar. It falls in the month of August-September as per the Gregorian calendar. 

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2027 Date and Timings

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2027 Date - Friday, August 20

Heramba Sankashti Chaturthi 2027 Moonrise Time

Moonrise on Sankashti Day - 08:23 PM

Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 06:53 PM on Aug 20, 2027
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 08:04 PM on Aug 21, 2027

Kajari Teej 2022 Date

Kajari Teej 2022 Date

Teej festival is observed with much fanfare by women in North Indian states, especially in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Women celebrate these Teej festival(s) during Sawan and Bhadrapada months are -

Hariyali Teej
Kajari Teej
Hartalika Teej

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej is also known as Badi Teej (बड़ी तीज ) as compared to Chhoti Teej (छोटी तीज) which is also known as Hariyali Teej. Kajari Teej is also spelled as Kajali Teej or Kajri Teej. It is also known as Satudi Teej (सातुड़ी तीज ) in some regions.

Kajari Teej 2022 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2022 Date - Sunday, August 14, 2022

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 12:53 AM on Aug 14, 2022
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 10:35 PM on Aug 14, 2022

Kajari Teej 2023 Date

Kajari Teej 2023 Date

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej 2023 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2023 Date - Saturday, September 2, 2023

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 11:50 PM on Sep 01, 2023
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 08:49 PM on Sep 02, 2023

Kajari Teej 2024 Date

Kajari Teej 2024 Date

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej 2024 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2024 Date - Thursday, August 22, 2024

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 05:06 PM on Aug 21, 2024
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 01:46 PM on Aug 22, 2024

Kajari Teej 2025 Date

Kajari Teej 2025 Date

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej 2025 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2025 Date - Tuesday, August 12, 2025

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 10:33 AM on Aug 11, 2025
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 08:40 AM on Aug 12, 2025

Kajari Teej 2026 Date

Kajari Teej 2026 Date

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej 2026 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2026 Date - Monday, August 31, 2026

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 09:36 AM on Aug 30, 2026
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 08:50 AM on Aug 31, 2026

Kajari Teej 2027 Date

Kajari Teej 2027 Date

Kajari Teej comes after fifteen days of Hariyali Teej. Usually, Kajari Teej comes three days after Raksha Bandhan and five days before Krishna Janmashtami festival. Kajari Teej falls on tritiya tithi or third day of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month as per North Indian calendar and it falls during Krishna Paksha of Shravana month as per South Indian calendar. However Kajari Teej falls on the same day in both calendars.

It is said to believe that worshipping Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on this day will bring prosperity in life. 

Kajari Teej 2027 Puja Date and Time

Kajari Teej 2027 Date - Friday, August 20, 2027

Tritiya Tithi Begins - 05:15 PM on Aug 19, 2027
Tritiya Tithi Ends - 06:53 PM on Aug 20, 2027

Jandhyala Purnima 2025 Date

Jandhyala Purnima 2025 Date

Upakarma day is observed as Jandhyala Purnima or Janai Purnima in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Jandhyala Purnima is observed during Shravana Purnima. Jandhyala Purnima is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Jandhyam means the Yagnopavitham or the sacred thread. Changing of sacred thread is performed on the day of Jandhyala Purnima and it is also known as Yajurveda Nutanasahitha Upakarma. Jeerna Yagnopavitham which is old sacred thread is removed and new sacred thread is worn on this day. Mainly Dwijulu or Brahmins in Andhra Pradesh perform the act of Jandhya dharana or Yagnopavitha dharana on Shravana Purnima in rivers or lakes or in house and sanctify the puja room. People who follow Rig Veda perform the ceremony on the day before Shravan Purnima.

Maha Sankalpam is recited during the Janeyu dharana. Jeerna Yagnopavitham is removed while reciting Jeerna Yagnopaveetha mantra. New Janai or Janeyu is worn after reading Gayatri Mantra.

Jandhyala Purnima 2025 Date and Timings

Jandhyala Purnima 2025 Date - Saturday, August 9, 2025

Pournami Tithi Begins - 02:12 PM on Aug 08, 2025
Pournami Tithi Ends - 01:24 PM on Aug 09, 2025

Jandhyala Purnima 2023 Date

Jandhyala Purnima 2023 Date

Upakarma day is observed as Jandhyala Purnima or Janai Purnima in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Jandhyala Purnima is observed during Shravana Purnima. Jandhyala Purnima is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Jandhyam means the Yagnopavitham or the sacred thread. Changing of sacred thread is performed on the day of Jandhyala Purnima and it is also known as Yajurveda Nutanasahitha Upakarma. Jeerna Yagnopavitham which is old sacred thread is removed and new sacred thread is worn on this day. Mainly Dwijulu or Brahmins in Andhra Pradesh perform the act of Jandhya dharana or Yagnopavitha dharana on Shravana Purnima in rivers or lakes or in house and sanctify the puja room. People who follow Rig Veda perform the ceremony on the day before Shravan Purnima.

Maha Sankalpam is recited during the Janeyu dharana. Jeerna Yagnopavitham is removed while reciting Jeerna Yagnopaveetha mantra. New Janai or Janeyu is worn after reading Gayatri Mantra.

Jandhyala Purnima 2023 Date and Timings

Jandhyala Purnima 2023 Date - Thursday, August 31, 2023

Pournami Tithi Begins - 10:58 AM on Aug 30, 2023
Pournami Tithi Ends - 07:05 AM on Aug 31, 2023

Jandhyala Purnima 2024 Date

Jandhyala Purnima 2024 Date

Upakarma day is observed as Jandhyala Purnima or Janai Purnima in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Jandhyala Purnima is observed during Shravana Purnima. Jandhyala Purnima is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Jandhyam means the Yagnopavitham or the sacred thread. Changing of sacred thread is performed on the day of Jandhyala Purnima and it is also known as Yajurveda Nutanasahitha Upakarma. Jeerna Yagnopavitham which is old sacred thread is removed and new sacred thread is worn on this day. Mainly Dwijulu or Brahmins in Andhra Pradesh perform the act of Jandhya dharana or Yagnopavitha dharana on Shravana Purnima in rivers or lakes or in house and sanctify the puja room. People who follow Rig Veda perform the ceremony on the day before Shravan Purnima.

Maha Sankalpam is recited during the Janeyu dharana. Jeerna Yagnopavitham is removed while reciting Jeerna Yagnopaveetha mantra. New Janai or Janeyu is worn after reading Gayatri Mantra.

Jandhyala Purnima 2024 Date and Timings

Jandhyala Purnima 2024 Date - Monday, August 19, 2024

Pournami Tithi Begins - 03:04 AM on Aug 19, 2024
Pournami Tithi Ends - 11:55 PM on Aug 19, 2024

Jandhyala Purnima 2026 Date

Jandhyala Purnima 2026 Date

Upakarma day is observed as Jandhyala Purnima or Janai Purnima in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Jandhyala Purnima is observed during Shravana Purnima. Jandhyala Purnima is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Jandhyam means the Yagnopavitham or the sacred thread. Changing of sacred thread is performed on the day of Jandhyala Purnima and it is also known as Yajurveda Nutanasahitha Upakarma. Jeerna Yagnopavitham which is old sacred thread is removed and new sacred thread is worn on this day. Mainly Dwijulu or Brahmins in Andhra Pradesh perform the act of Jandhya dharana or Yagnopavitha dharana on Shravana Purnima in rivers or lakes or in house and sanctify the puja room. People who follow Rig Veda perform the ceremony on the day before Shravan Purnima.

Maha Sankalpam is recited during the Janeyu dharana. Jeerna Yagnopavitham is removed while reciting Jeerna Yagnopaveetha mantra. New Janai or Janeyu is worn after reading Gayatri Mantra.

Jandhyala Purnima 2026 Date and Timings

Jandhyala Purnima 2026 Date - Friday, August 28, 2026

Pournami Tithi Begins - 09:08 AM on Aug 27, 2026
Pournami Tithi Ends - 09:48 AM on Aug 28, 2026

Jandhyala Purnima 2027 Date

Jandhyala Purnima 2027 Date

Upakarma day is observed as Jandhyala Purnima or Janai Purnima in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Jandhyala Purnima is observed during Shravana Purnima. Jandhyala Purnima is known as Avani Avittam in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Jandhyam means the Yagnopavitham or the sacred thread. Changing of sacred thread is performed on the day of Jandhyala Purnima and it is also known as Yajurveda Nutanasahitha Upakarma. Jeerna Yagnopavitham which is old sacred thread is removed and new sacred thread is worn on this day. Mainly Dwijulu or Brahmins in Andhra Pradesh perform the act of Jandhya dharana or Yagnopavitha dharana on Shravana Purnima in rivers or lakes or in house and sanctify the puja room. People who follow Rig Veda perform the ceremony on the day before Shravan Purnima.

Maha Sankalpam is recited during the Janeyu dharana. Jeerna Yagnopavitham is removed while reciting Jeerna Yagnopaveetha mantra. New Janai or Janeyu is worn after reading Gayatri Mantra.

Jandhyala Purnima 2027 Date and Timings

Jandhyala Purnima 2027 Date - Tuesday, August 17, 2027

Pournami Tithi Begins - 10:28 AM on Aug 16, 2027
Pournami Tithi Ends - 12:58 PM on Aug 17, 2027

Hayagriva Jayanti 2023 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti 2023 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hayagriva Avatar is mainly mentioned in the Shanti Parva of Mahabharata and the Puranas. It is one of the lesser-known incarnations of Lord Vishnu. When two demons Madhu and Kaitabh stole Vedas from Brahma, then Sri Narayan took the avatar of Hayagriva to bring back the Vedas. Later, Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. Hayagriva Jayanti is also known as Hayagreeva Jayanthi or Hayagriva Uthpaththi.

Hayagriva avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu has the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons. The day is observed as Upakarma day by Brahmin community.

Hayagriva Jayanti falls on the full moon day on Shravan Purnima in the month of Shravan. Lord Hayagreeva is also worshipped on the day of Mahanavami, the ninth day during Durga Navratri celebration. Upakarma is performed in South Indian states like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Upakarma festival is known as Jandhyalya Purnima in Andhra Pradesh, Yajur Upakarma or Rig Upakarma in Karnataka and Avani Avittam in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Avani Avittam or Upakarma or Jandhyalya Purnima is observed on Hayagreeva Jayanti
Hayagriva is the protector of Vedas. Avani Avittam or Upakarma is changing or wearing sacred thread, Gayathri, (Yagnopaveetham or Jandhyam in Telugu, Poonal in Tamil Nadu and Janivaara in Kannada) is an ancient Vedic ritual followed till date by Brahmins of South India. As the protector of Vedas, Hayagreeva was born on this day of Shravana Pournami, this day is observed as Upakarma.

Students must also worship Sri Hayagriva on this day as it would be help in improving their studies. Lord Brahma is also worshipped on this day. The day after the Upakarma is observed as Gayathri Japa day. Hayagriva Madhava Temple at Hajo in Assam is an important temple dedicated to Lord Hayagriva.

Sri Hayagriva Attributes

Sri Hayagriva is the Protector of the Vedas, Guru (teacher) of Goddess Saraswati, and is called Gnananswaroopa (Supreme Bestower of Knowledge, Wisdom & Intelligence)
Hayagriva god has a horse’s head and human body, brilliant white, seated on a white lotus. In his four hands, he holds the sacred disc of Vishnu, a holy conch, a book, and the Gnana Mudra (Gesture of Knowledge). Seated along with his consort Lakshmi, he is worshiped as Sri Lakshmi Hayagriva
It is believed that Sri Vishnu, in the form of Hayagriva, compiled the Vedas and all the sacred Vedic chants which are used in Vedic Fire rituals
All the sages and seers are believed to have received their spiritual ideas and extraordinary powers from Hayagriva
He taught the Lalita Sahasranama (1000 Names in Praise of Supreme Goddess Lalita) to Sage Agastya

Hayagriva Jayanti 2023 Date and Timings

Hayagriva Jayanti 2023 Date - Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Hayagriva Jayanti Muhurat - 04:12 PM to 06:45 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 34 Mins

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:58 AM on Aug 30, 2023
Purnima Tithi Ends - 07:05 AM on Aug 31, 2023

Hayagriva Jayanti 2024 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti 2024 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hayagriva Avatar is mainly mentioned in the Shanti Parva of Mahabharata and the Puranas. It is one of the lesser-known incarnations of Lord Vishnu. When two demons Madhu and Kaitabh stole Vedas from Brahma, then Sri Narayan took the avatar of Hayagriva to bring back the Vedas. Later, Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. Hayagriva Jayanti is also known as Hayagreeva Jayanthi or Hayagriva Uthpaththi.

Hayagriva avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu has the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons. The day is observed as Upakarma day by Brahmin community.

Hayagriva Jayanti 2024 Date and Timings

Hayagriva Jayanti 2024 Date - Monday, August 19, 2024

Hayagriva Jayanti Muhurat - 04:20 PM to 06:56 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 37 Mins

Purnima Tithi Begins - 03:04 AM on Aug 19, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 11:55 PM on Aug 19, 2024

Hayagriva Jayanti 2025 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti 2025 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hayagriva Avatar is mainly mentioned in the Shanti Parva of Mahabharata and the Puranas. It is one of the lesser-known incarnations of Lord Vishnu. When two demons Madhu and Kaitabh stole Vedas from Brahma, then Sri Narayan took the avatar of Hayagriva to bring back the Vedas. Later, Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. Hayagriva Jayanti is also known as Hayagreeva Jayanthi or Hayagriva Uthpaththi.

Hayagriva avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu has the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons. The day is observed as Upakarma day by Brahmin community.

Hayagriva Jayanti 2025 Date and Timings

Hayagriva Jayanti 2025 Date - Friday, August 8, 2025

Hayagriva Jayanti Muhurat - 04:27 PM to 07:07 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 40 Mins

Purnima Tithi Begins - 02:12 PM on Aug 08, 2025
Purnima Tithi Ends - 01:24 PM on Aug 09, 2025

Hayagriva Jayanti 2026 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti 2026 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hayagriva Avatar is mainly mentioned in the Shanti Parva of Mahabharata and the Puranas. It is one of the lesser-known incarnations of Lord Vishnu. When two demons Madhu and Kaitabh stole Vedas from Brahma, then Sri Narayan took the avatar of Hayagriva to bring back the Vedas. Later, Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. Hayagriva Jayanti is also known as Hayagreeva Jayanthi or Hayagriva Uthpaththi.

Hayagriva avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu has the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons. The day is observed as Upakarma day by Brahmin community.

Hayagriva Jayanti 2026 Date and Timings

Hayagriva Jayanti 2026 Date - Thursday, August 27, 2026

Hayagriva Jayanti Muhurat - 04:14 PM to 06:48 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 34 Mins

Purnima Tithi Begins - 09:08 AM on Aug 27, 2026
Purnima Tithi Ends - 09:48 AM on Aug 28, 2026

Hayagriva Jayanti 2027 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti 2027 Date

Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Hayagriva Avatar is mainly mentioned in the Shanti Parva of Mahabharata and the Puranas. It is one of the lesser-known incarnations of Lord Vishnu. When two demons Madhu and Kaitabh stole Vedas from Brahma, then Sri Narayan took the avatar of Hayagriva to bring back the Vedas. Later, Lord Hayagriva restored all Vedas to Brahma. Hayagriva Jayanti is also known as Hayagreeva Jayanthi or Hayagriva Uthpaththi.

Hayagriva avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu has the head of a horse and the body of a human being. The purpose of this Avatar was to retrieve the stolen Vedas from the demons. The day is observed as Upakarma day by Brahmin community.

Hayagriva Jayanti 2027 Date and Timings

Hayagriva Jayanti 2027 Date - Monday, August 16, 2027

Hayagriva Jayanti Muhurat - 04:22 PM to 07:00 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 38 Mins

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:28 AM on Aug 16, 2027
Purnima Tithi Ends - 12:58 PM on Aug 17, 2027

Yajurveda Upakarma 2022

Yajurveda Upakarma 2022 Date

Upakarma means beginning or Arambham which refers to the ritualistic beginning of learning Veda. People from the Brahmins community ritually change their Upanayana thread or the sacred thread also known as Janeyu/Yagnopaveetham (known as Poonal in Tamil) with Shrauta rituals along with learning Vedas on Upakarma day. Upakarma is a Vedic ritual still practiced by Hindus of Brahmin community.

People who follow Yajurveda observe the Upakarma on the full moon day during Shravan month i.e. on Shravana Purnima day and people who follow Rigveda observe the Upakarma on Shravana Nakshatra day in the month of Shravana(Aadi in Tamil). Thus the day to observe Upakarma might differ for the followers of Yajurveda and Rigveda.

In Tamil Nadu, Upakarma is known as Avani Avittam which is also clebrated by Odisha, Maharashtra and other Southern states. This day is also known as Janeyu Purnima. Thalai Avani Avittam is the term used to descibe those who do their first Upakarma. In Andhra Pradesh, Upakarma during Shravana Purnima is known as Jandhyala Purnima.

Brahmins choose the day of Shravana Purnima to start the study of Vedas as the day coincides with Hayagriva Jayanti when Lord Hayagriva appeared for the first time on Shravan Purnima. Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is horse-headed avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu. Lord Hayagriva is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom and who restored all Vedas to Brahma.

Lord Vishnu gave the four vedas to Lord Brahma which were later stolen by two demons Madhu and Kaitabha. Lord Vishnu took the form of Hayagriva, the horse headed human and killed the demons and restored Vedas. It is believed that Sri Hari Vishnu himself sent the demons to Brahma to steal the Vedas in order to curb the pride that Brahma had after learning the Vedas and make him humble. One of the other legend says Sri Narayan compiled the Vedas in Hayagriva form.

Significance of Yajurveda Upakarma

Upakarma ritual is mainly done to offer prayers and express thanks and gratitude to those great Sages who gave the knowledge of Vedas and revealed Vedic Mantras to the mankind. The next day of Upakarma is known as Gayatri Japam day.

Upakarma for Yajurveda, Rigveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda are observed on different days. People who follow Samaveda observe the Upakarma on Hasta Nakshatra day in Bhadrapada month. Samaveda Upakarma day usually falls after fortnight of Yajurveda and Rigveda Upakarma day.

Yajuraveda Upakarma 2022 Muhurat

Yajurveda Upakarma 2022 Date - Thursday, August 11, 2022

Yajurveda Upakarma 2023

Yajurveda Upakarma 2023 Date

Upakarma ritual is mainly done to offer prayers and express thanks and gratitude to those great Sages who gave the knowledge of Vedas and revealed Vedic Mantras to the mankind. The next day of Upakarma is known as Gayatri Japam day.

Brahmins choose the day of Shravana Purnima to start the study of Vedas as the day coincides with Hayagriva Jayanti when Lord Hayagriva appeared for the first time on Shravan Purnima. Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is horse-headed avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu. Lord Hayagriva is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom and who restored all Vedas to Brahma.

Lord Vishnu gave the four vedas to Lord Brahma which were later stolen by two demons Madhu and Kaitabha. Lord Vishnu took the form of Hayagriva, the horse headed human and killed the demons and restored Vedas. It is believed that Sri Hari Vishnu himself sent the demons to Brahma to steal the Vedas in order to curb the pride that Brahma had after learning the Vedas and make him humble. One of the other legend says Sri Narayan compiled the Vedas in Hayagriva form.

Yajuraveda Upakarma 2023 Muhurat

Yajurveda Upakarma 2023 Date - Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Yajurveda Upakarma 2024

Yajurveda Upakarma 2024 Date

Upakarma ritual is mainly done to offer prayers and express thanks and gratitude to those great Sages who gave the knowledge of Vedas and revealed Vedic Mantras to the mankind. The next day of Upakarma is known as Gayatri Japam day.

Brahmins choose the day of Shravana Purnima to start the study of Vedas as the day coincides with Hayagriva Jayanti when Lord Hayagriva appeared for the first time on Shravan Purnima. Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is horse-headed avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu. Lord Hayagriva is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom and who restored all Vedas to Brahma.

Lord Vishnu gave the four vedas to Lord Brahma which were later stolen by two demons Madhu and Kaitabha. Lord Vishnu took the form of Hayagriva, the horse headed human and killed the demons and restored Vedas. It is believed that Sri Hari Vishnu himself sent the demons to Brahma to steal the Vedas in order to curb the pride that Brahma had after learning the Vedas and make him humble. One of the other legend says Sri Narayan compiled the Vedas in Hayagriva form.

Yajuraveda Upakarma 2024 Muhurat

Yajurveda Upakarma 2024 Date - Monday, August 19, 2024

Yajurveda Upakarma 2025

Yajurveda Upakarma 2025 Date

Upakarma ritual is mainly done to offer prayers and express thanks and gratitude to those great Sages who gave the knowledge of Vedas and revealed Vedic Mantras to the mankind. The next day of Upakarma is known as Gayatri Japam day.

Brahmins choose the day of Shravana Purnima to start the study of Vedas as the day coincides with Hayagriva Jayanti when Lord Hayagriva appeared for the first time on Shravan Purnima. Hayagriva Jayanti is the birth anniversary of Lord Hayagriva who is horse-headed avatar of Sri Hari Vishnu. Lord Hayagriva is regarded as the god of knowledge and wisdom and who restored all Vedas to Brahma.

Lord Vishnu gave the four vedas to Lord Brahma which were later stolen by two demons Madhu and Kaitabha. Lord Vishnu took the form of Hayagriva, the horse headed human and killed the demons and restored Vedas. It is believed that Sri Hari Vishnu himself sent the demons to Brahma to steal the Vedas in order to curb the pride that Brahma had after learning the Vedas and make him humble. One of the other legend says Sri Narayan compiled the Vedas in Hayagriva form.

Yajuraveda Upakarma 2025 Muhurat

Yajurveda Upakarma 2025 Date - Saturday, August 9, 2025

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