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Shani Jayanti 2021, Shani Amavasya 2021

Shani Jayanti 2021, Shani Amavasya 2021 Shani Jayanti  is the birth anniversary of Lord Shanidev. Shani Jayanti is also known by the name of Shani Amavasya. Shani Jayanti is observed on Amavasya Tithi during Jyeshtha month as per North Indian Purnimant calendar. Shani Jayanti falls on Amavasya Tithi during Vaishakha month as per South Indian Amavasyant calendar. Actually Shani Jayanti falls on the same day in both type of calendars, only the month name is different. Shani Jayanti coincides with Vat Savitri Vrat observed during Jyeshtha Amavasya in North Indian states. On Shani Jayanti day, one can perform Hawan, Homam and Yagya to get the blessings of Shanidev. Shani Tailabhishekam and Shani Shanti Puja are performed during Shani Jayanti. To remove the negative effects of Shani Dosha also known as Sade Sati in one's kundali, these Shani puja's are performed. Shani Jayanti is also known as Shanishchara Jayanti, Sani Jayanthi, Shani Amavasya, Shanishchari Amavasya . About Shan

Hanuman Jayanthi 2021

Hanuman Jayanthi 2021 In  Tamil Nadu Hanumath Jayanthi  is observed during Margashirsha Amavasya  in Margazhi Month. Margashirsha Amavasya or Margazhi Amavasai as per Tamil calendar coincides with Moolam Nakshatram many a time. God Hanumath was born on the day of Margashirsha Amavasya while Moolam Nakshatram was there. Some time, Moolam Nakshatra doesn't coincide with Amavasya day, and then  Hanumath Jayanthi day  is preferred on the Amavasya day.  Tamil Hanumath Jayanthi  comes in January or December, though it is different from the Hanumath Jayanti celebrations in North India where Hanumath Jayanthi is called as Hanuman Jayanti and it falls in the Chaitra month full moon day. God Hanuman, also known as Vanara God or the Monkey God, was born on this day and thus people celebrate Hanumath Jayanthi as the birth of Hanuman. Hanumath Jayanthi is often observed at different times of the year as per the calendar being followed. Hanuman Jayanti that falls on Chaitra Purnima is the

Buddha Purnima 2021

Buddha Purnima 2021 Vaishakha month Purnima tithi is celebrated as birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha known as  Buddha Purnima  which is also known by the names such as Buddha Jayanti, Vesak, Vaishaka and Buddha's Birthday.Siddhartha Gautama who was later known as Gautama Buddha founded Buddhism. Gautam Buddha as Siddhartha Gautama  Gautam Buddha was born as Siddhartha Gautama to King Suddhodana and lived life in great luxury. At his birth there were predictions that the prince would become a great monarch one day, he was isolated from the outside world so that he wouldn’t get influenced in living a religious life. Gautam became prince and one day at the age of 29 he decided to see the outside world and soon left off the palace grounds in his chariot. On his way towards the journey, he saw an old man, a sick man, and a corpse. As Siddhartha was kept away and he did not know the miseries of aging, sickness, and death he asked his charioteer to explain about it. Just he was about

Vat Savitri Vrat 2021 Date, Vat Purnima Vrat 2021 , वट सावित्री व्रत

Vat Savitri Vrat 2021 Date, Vat Purnima Vrat Most of the festivals in Amanta and Purnimanta lunar calendar come on the same day. Purnimanta calendar is followed in North Indian states, mainly in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab and Haryana. Amanta lunar calendar is followed in Maharashtra, Gujarat and southern Indian states. But Vat Savitri Vrat usually is an exception.  Vat Savitri Vrat  is observed during Jyeshtha Amavasya in Purnimanta calendar which also celebrates Shani Jayanti. Vat Savitri Vrat, which is also called as Vat Purnima Vrat in Amanta calendar is observed during Jyeshtha Purnima. North Indian married women observe Vat Savitri Vrat 15 days earlier than women in Maharashtra, Gujarat and southern Indian states . However the legend behind observing the Vat savitri fast is same in both Purnimanta and Amanta calendars. As per the great legend, Savitri tricked Lord Yama, the lord of death, and forced him to return the life of her husband Satyawan. That i

Mohini Ekadashi 2021

Mohini Ekadashi 2021, Mohini Ekadashi Vrat Katha in Hindi Mohini Ekadashi  falls on the ekadashi (11th day) during the Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight of moon) in the Hindu month of ‘Vaisakha’ or the months of April-May. Ekadashi vrat is observed by all staunch Vishnu devotees as it helps in getting rid of the sins committed by a person, including those from the previous births. Lord Vishnu appeared in form of Mohini on the ekadashi tithi, that is why the day was named and celebrated as ‘Mohini Ekadashi’ since then. Mohini Ekadashi is celebrated in the month of ‘Vaisakha’ in Northern India and nearby areas, it falls during the month of ‘Chithirai’ as per Tamil calendar, in the ‘Jyestho’ month of the Bengali calendar and it falls in the month of ‘Edava’ as per Malayalam calendar. Hindu devotees observe this ekadashi to seek divine blessings for living a happy and prosperous life. Mohini Ekadashi Rituals On the day of Ekadshi, people observe a strict fast without eating food g

Sita Navami 2021

Sita Navami 2021, Janaki Navami 2021 Sita Navami  or Janaki Navami  is celebrated as the  birth day of Goddess Sita . Women who are married keep a fast on Sita Navami day and pray to Goddess Sita for the long lives of their husbands. Also known as  Sita Jayanti or Seeta Jayanthi, Sita Navami  is celebrated on Navami Tithi during Shukla Paksha period of the Vaishakha month. Goddess Sita was born in Pushya Nakshatra on Tuesday. Goddess Sita was married to Lord Rama. Rama was also born on Navami Tithi during Shukla Paksha of Chaitra month. Sita Jayanti occurs after one month of Sri Rama Navami in the Hindu calendar. Mata Sita, also known by the name of Janaki, was the adopted daughter of King Janaka of Mithila. Therefore as the father name was Janaka, Maa Sita was known by the name of Janaki and thus this day is also known as Janaki Navami. When King Janaka was ploughing the land to conduct a Yajna he found a baby girl inside a Golden casket. A ploughed land is called Sita thus Kin

Ganga Saptami 2021

Ganga Saptami 2021, Ganga Jayanti 2021 Ganga is the holiest river worshipped as a Goddess in Hinduism. The river we all love is referred as Ganga Maiya or Mother/ Goddess Ganga by millions of people. Ganga Saptami, also called by the names of  Ganga Jayanti  or Ganga Pujan, is an auspicious day which celebrates the rebirth of Goddess Ganga on Earth.  Ganga Saptami  is observed on the Saptami (7th day) of the Shukla Paksha (the waxing phase of moon) during the month of ‘Vaishakha’ or Baisakh. Ganga Saptami Significance and Legend Religious scriptures like ‘Padma Purana,’ ‘Brahma Purana’ and ‘Narada Purana.’mentions the significance of Ganga Saptami. Goddess Ganga first descended to the Earth on Ganga Dussehra day as per Hindu scriptures. Lord Shiva took Ganga (which was about to enter Earth) in His hairs to break Ganga's descent so that Ganga could not sweep away the whole Earth. Afterwards, Lord Shiva released Ganga so that she can wash away the sins of the cursed souls of Bhagir

Ganga Saptami 2020, Ganga Jayanti 2020

Ganga Saptami 2020, Ganga Jayanti 2020 Ganga is the holiest river worshipped as a Goddess in Hinduism. The river we all love is referred as Ganga Maiya or Mother/ Goddess Ganga by millions of people. Ganga Saptami, also called by the names of Ganga Jayanti or Ganga Pujan, is an auspicious day which celebrates the rebirth of Goddess Ganga on Earth. Ganga Saptami is observed on the Saptami (7th day) of the Shukla Paksha (the waxing phase of moon) during the month of ‘Vaishakha’ or Baisakh. People wake up before sunrise and take a dip in Ganga river on the day of Ganga Saptami. ‘Ganga Aarti’ is performed by the priests along the ‘ghats’ of Ganga and thousands of people gather to witness this majestic devotional ritual. When Maa Ganga's Aarti is over, people hover their hands over the flame to seek purification and blessing. The aarti thali has small diyas and flowers which are later floated down the river. People also do deepdan on Ganga Saptami day. A Ganga devotee must hear or

Maha Shivaratri 2022 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2022 Date, Story, Importance MahaShivaratri 2022 Date - 1st March 2022, Tuesday . Check out MahaShivaratri 2021 Date 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 Puja Time Nishita Kaal Puja Time = 12:08 AM to 12:58 AM, Mar 02 On 2nd Mar, Maha Shivaratri Parana Time = 06:49 AM, Mar 02 ShivRatri First Prahar Puja Time = 06:17 PM to 09:25 PM ShivRatri Second Prahar Puja Time = 09:25 PM to 12:33 AM, Mar 02 ShivRatri Third Prahar Puja Time = 12:33 AM to 03:41 AM,

Mahashivratri 2023 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2023 Date, Story, Importance MahaShivaratri 2023 Date - 18th February 2023, Saturday . Check out MahaShivaratri 2021 Date 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 Puja Time Nishita Kaal Puja Time = 12:09 AM to 01:00 AM, Feb 19 On 19th Feb, Maha Shivaratri Parana Time = 07:00 AM to 03:23 PM ShivRatri First Prahar Puja Time = 06:09 PM to 09:22 PM ShivRatri Second Prahar Puja Time = 09:22 PM to 12:35 AM, Feb 19 ShivRatri Third Prahar Puja Time = 12:35 AM to

Mahashivratri 2024 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2024 Date, Story, Importance MahaShivaratri 2024 Date - 8th March 2024, Friday . Check out MahaShivaratri 2021 Date 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 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

Mahashivratri 2025 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2025 Date, Story, Importance MahaShivaratri 2025 Date - 26 th February 2025, Wednesday . Check out MahaShivaratri 2021 Date 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 Puja Time Nishita Kaal Puja Time = 12:08 AM to 12:59 AM, Feb 27 On 27th Feb, Maha Shivaratri Parana Time = 06:52 AM to 08:54 AM ShivRatri First Prahar Puja Time = 06:15 PM to 09:24 PM ShivRatri Second Prahar Puja Time = 09:24 PM to 12:34 AM, Feb 27 ShivRatri Third Prahar Puja Time = 12:34 AM to 0

Mahashivratri 2021 Date

Maha Shivaratri 2021 Date, Story, Importance MahaShivaratri 2021 Date -  11th March 2021,  Thursday. 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,

Phulera Dooj 2021 Date

Phulera Dooj 2021 Date ‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees. Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2021 date is March 15. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Kr

Phulera Dooj 2022 Date

Phulera Dooj 2022 Date ‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees. Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2022 date is March 4. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Kris

Phulera Dooj 2023 Date

Phulera Dooj 2023 Date ‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees. Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2023 date is Feb 21. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Krish

Phulera Dooj 2024 Date

Phulera Dooj 2024 Date ‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees. Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2024 date is March 12. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Kri

Phulera Dooj 2025 Date

Phulera Dooj 2025 Date ‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees. Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2025 date is March 1. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Kris

Holashtak 2021 Start End Date

Holashtak 2021, Holashtak Dates 2021, Holashtak Start Date and End Date Holashtak is the eight-day period associated with the Holi festival in India.     When is Holashtak 2021 Date ?   Holashtak 2021 Start Date - Holashtak 2021 start date is March 22. The eight days prior to Holi festival, is called the Holashtak , which is considered inauspicious Hindu communities in North India.     Holashtak 2021 End Date -  Holashtak 2021 end date is March 28. Holashtak period reminds us that the Holi festival is near. Check out Holika Dahan 2021 Date and Holi 2021 Date 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

Holashtak 2025 Start End Date

Holashtak 2025, Holashtak Dates 2025, Holashtak Start Date and End Date Holashtak is the eight-day period associated with the Holi festival in India.    When is Holashtak 2025 Date ?   Holashtak 2025 Start Date - Holashtak 2025 start date is March 7. The eight days prior to Holi festival, is called the Holashtak , which is considered inauspicious Hindu communities in North India.     Holashtak 2025 End Date -  Holashtak 2025 end date is March 13. Holashtak period reminds us that the Holi festival is near. Check out Holashtak 2021 Date . 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 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. Check out Holashtak 2021 Date . 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 2022 Start End Date

Holashtak 2022, Holashtak Dates 2022, Holashtak Start Date and End Date Holashtak is the eight-day period associated with the Holi festival in India.     When is Holashtak 2022 Date ?   Holashtak 2022 Start Date - Holashtak 2022 start date is March 11. The eight days prior to Holi festival, is called the Holashtak , which is considered inauspicious Hindu communities in North India.     Holashtak 2022 End Date -  Holashtak 2022 end date is March 17. Holashtak period reminds us that the Holi festival is near. Check out Holashtak 2021 Date . 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 2023 Start End Date

Holashtak 2023, Holashtak Dates 2023, Holashtak Start Date and End Date Holashtak is the eight-day period associated with the Holi festival in India.    When is Holashtak 2023 Date ?   Holashtak 2023 Start Date - Holashtak 2023 start date is March 1. The eight days prior to Holi festival, is called the Holashtak , which is considered inauspicious Hindu communities in North India.     Holashtak 2023 End Date -  Holashtak 2023 end date is March 7. Holashtak period reminds us that the Holi festival is near. Check out Holashtak 2021 Date . 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.

Holika Dahan 2023 Date Time

Holika Dahan 2023 Date & Time, Holika Dahan Story Holika Dahan is one of the Hindu religious rituals while celebration of the holi festival . Holika Dahan is celebrated after the death of Holika and protection of Prahlad. Holika Dahan is always held at evening or night time as per the Hindu calendar. Hindu people roast the “Jau” in the Holika fire and bring them to their homes for the goodness and well being of the family members. Also are burnt 5 “Upali” in the fire denoting that as burning all their problems. Holika was given a boon by Lord Brahma that she would never be harmed by fire. There was a time when Holika sat on a bonfire with Prahlad on the orders of her brother and Prahlad's father "Hiranyakashipu" so that Prahlad gets killed but instead as Prahlad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu, the fire did no harm to him and Holika was burnt alive. Holika Dahan 2023 Date and Time Holika Dahan 2023 date is 7th March, Tuesday. Check out Holika Da

Holika Dahan 2024 Date Time

Holika Dahan 2024 Date & Time, Holika Dahan Story Holika Dahan is one of the Hindu religious rituals while celebration of the holi festival . Holika Dahan is celebrated after the death of Holika and protection of Prahlad. Holika Dahan is always held at evening or night time as per the Hindu calendar. Hindu people roast the “Jau” in the Holika fire and bring them to their homes for the goodness and well being of the family members. Also are burnt 5 “Upali” in the fire denoting that as burning all their problems. Holika was given a boon by Lord Brahma that she would never be harmed by fire. There was a time when Holika sat on a bonfire with Prahlad on the orders of her brother and Prahlad's father "Hiranyakashipu" so that Prahlad gets killed but instead as Prahlad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu, the fire did no harm to him and Holika was burnt alive. Holika Dahan 2024 Date and Time Holika Dahan 2024 date is 24th March, Sunday. Check out Holika D

Holika Dahan 2021 Date Time

Holika Dahan 2021 Date & Time, Holika Dahan Story Holika Dahan is one of the Hindu religious rituals while celebration of the holi festival . Holika Dahan is celebrated after the death of Holika and protection of Prahlad. Holika Dahan is always held at evening or night time as per the Hindu calendar. Hindu people roast the “Jau” in the Holika fire and bring them to their homes for the goodness and well being of the family members. Also are burnt 5 “Upali” in the fire denoting that as burning all their problems. Holika was given a boon by Lord Brahma that she would never be harmed by fire. There was a time when Holika sat on a bonfire with Prahlad on the orders of her brother and Prahlad's father "Hiranyakashipu" so that Prahlad gets killed but instead as Prahlad was a great devotee of Lord Vishnu, the fire did no harm to him and Holika was burnt alive.   Holika Dahan 2021 Date and Time Holika Dahan 2021 date is 28th March, Sunday. Check out Holi