Dhanteras Date 2021

Dhanteras 2021 Date, Dhanteras Puja Muhurat, धन्वंतरि जयंती

Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day among five days of Diwali festival and is celebrated on krishna paksh trayodashi tithi in the month of Kartik. Dhan means ‘wealth’ and Teras means 13th day. Goddess Lakshmi came out during the churning of the ocean on the day of Dhantrayodashi. Thus, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kubera who is regarded as the God of wealth, is worshipped on the day of Trayodashi. Lakshmi Puja also known as Deepawali on Amavasya after two days of Dhantrayodashi, on the other hand is considered more significant.


Dhanteras Pradosh Kaal Muhurat 2021

Dhanteras 2021 Date - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat - 06:17 PM to 08:11 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 01 Hour 55 Mins

Yama Deepam 2021 Date - Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Pradosh Kaal - 05:35 PM to 08:11 PM(New Delhi Time)
Vrishabha Kaal - 06:17 PM to 08:12 PM(New Delhi Time)

Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 11:31 AM on Nov 02, 2021
Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 09:02 AM on Nov 03, 2021

Dhantrayodashi Muhurat 2021 in Other Cities

06:47 PM to 08:32 PM - Pune
06:17 PM to 08:11 PM - New Delhi
06:29 PM to 08:10 PM - Chennai
06:25 PM to 08:18 PM - Jaipur
06:30 PM to 08:14 PM - Hyderabad
06:18 PM to 08:12 PM - Gurgaon
06:14 PM to 08:09 PM - Chandigarh
05:42 PM to 07:31 PM - Kolkata
06:50 PM to 08:36 PM - Mumbai
06:40 PM to 08:21 PM - Bengaluru
06:45 PM to 08:34 PM - Ahmedabad
06:16 PM to 08:10 PM - Noida


Dhanteras Date 2022

Dhanteras 2022 Date, Dhanteras Puja Muhurat, धन्वंतरि जयंती

Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day among five days of Diwali festival and is celebrated on krishna paksh trayodashi tithi in the month of Kartik. Dhan means ‘wealth’ and Teras means 13th day. Goddess Lakshmi came out during the churning of the ocean on the day of Dhantrayodashi. Thus, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kubera who is regarded as the God of wealth, is worshipped on the day of Trayodashi. Lakshmi Puja also known as Deepawali on Amavasya after two days of Dhantrayodashi, on the other hand is considered more significant.

Dhanteras Pradosh Kaal Muhurat 2022

Dhanteras 2022 Date - Saturday, October 22, 2022

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat - 07:01 PM to 08:17 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 01 Hour 16 Mins

Yama Deepam 2022 Date - Saturday, October 22, 2022

Pradosh Kaal - 05:45 PM to 08:17 PM(New Delhi Time)
Vrishabha Kaal - 07:01 PM to 08:56 PM(New Delhi Time)

Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 06:02 PM on Oct 22, 2022
Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 06:03 PM on Oct 23, 2022

Dhantrayodashi Muhurat 2022 in Other Cities

To be updated....

Dhanteras Date 2024

Dhanteras 2024 Date, Dhanteras Puja Muhurat, धन्वंतरि जयंती

Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day among five days of Diwali festival and is celebrated on krishna paksh trayodashi tithi in the month of Kartik. Dhan means ‘wealth’ and Teras means 13th day. Goddess Lakshmi came out during the churning of the ocean on the day of Dhantrayodashi. Thus, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kubera who is regarded as the God of wealth, is worshipped on the day of Trayodashi. Lakshmi Puja also known as Deepawali on Amavasya after two days of Dhantrayodashi, on the other hand is considered more significant.

Dhanteras Pradosh Kaal Muhurat 2024

Dhanteras 2024 Date - Tuesday, October 29, 2024

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat - 06:31 PM to 08:13 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 01 Hour 41 Mins

Yama Deepam 2024 Date - Tuesday, October 29, 2024

Pradosh Kaal - 05:38 PM to 08:13 PM(New Delhi Time)
Vrishabha Kaal - 06:31 PM to 08:27 PM(New Delhi Time)

Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 10:31 AM on Oct 29, 2024
Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 01:15 PM on Oct 30, 2024

Dhantrayodashi Muhurat 2024 in Other Cities

To be updated....

Dhanteras Date 2025

Dhanteras 2025 Date, Dhanteras Puja Muhurat, धन्वंतरि जयंती

Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day among five days of Diwali festival and is celebrated on krishna paksh trayodashi tithi in the month of Kartik. Dhan means ‘wealth’ and Teras means 13th day. Goddess Lakshmi came out during the churning of the ocean on the day of Dhantrayodashi. Thus, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kubera who is regarded as the God of wealth, is worshipped on the day of Trayodashi. Lakshmi Puja also known as Deepawali on Amavasya after two days of Dhantrayodashi, on the other hand is considered more significant.

Dhanteras Pradosh Kaal Muhurat 2025

Dhanteras 2025 Date - Saturday, October 18, 2025

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat - 07:16 PM to 08:20 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 01 Hour 4 Mins

Yama Deepam 2025 Date - Saturday, October 18, 2025

Pradosh Kaal - 05:48 PM to 08:20 PM(New Delhi Time)
Vrishabha Kaal - 07:16 PM to 09:11 PM(New Delhi Time)

Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 12:18 PM on Oct 18, 2025
Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 01:51 PM on Oct 19, 2025

Dhantrayodashi Muhurat 2025 in Other Cities

To be updated....

Radha Kund Snan 2021

Radha Kund Snan 2021


Radha Kunda Snan is a holy dip at Radha Kund near the Govardhan Parvat (the hill that was lifted by Sri Krishna on his little finger) that falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar followed in North Indian. On Ahoi Ashami, thousands of Radha Krishna devotees who don't have a child visit Radha Kund to seek blessings of Radha Rani and Sri Krishna. 

Radha Kunda Snan Timings and Muhurat

Radha Kunda Snan 2021 - Thursday, October 28, 2021

Radha Kunda Ardha Ratri Snan Muhurat - 11:38 PM to 12:29 AM, Oct 29
Duration - 00 Hours 51 Mins

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat 2021  - Thursday, October 28, 2021

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 12:49 PM on Oct 28, 2021
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 02:09 PM on Oct 29, 2021

Radha Kund Snan 2024

Radha Kund Snan 2024

Radha Kunda Snan is a holy dip at Radha Kund near the Govardhan Parvat (the hill that was lifted by Sri Krishna on his little finger) that falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar followed in North Indian. On Ahoi Ashami, thousands of Radha Krishna devotees who don't have a child visit Radha Kund to seek blessings of Radha Rani and Sri Krishna. This day of Ahoi Ashtami is considered very significant for childless couples as it is believed that bathing in Radha Kund on this day of Ahoi Ashtami will give blessings of Radha Rani to the couples and they will be able to conceive a child. That is why every year thousands of couples visit Govardhan and take a holy dip together in Radha Kund.

Radha Kunda Snan Timings and Muhurat

Radha Kunda Snan 2024 - Thursday, October 24, 2024

Radha Kunda Ardha Ratri Snan Muhurat - 11:38 PM to 12:29 AM, Oct 25
Duration - 00 Hours 51 Mins

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat 2024  - Thursday, October 24, 2024

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 1:18 AM on Oct 24, 2024
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 1:58 AM on Oct 25, 2024

Radha Kund Snan 2025

Radha Kund Snan 2025

Radha Kunda Snan is a holy dip at Radha Kund near the Govardhan Parvat (the hill that was lifted by Sri Krishna on his little finger) that falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar followed in North Indian. On Ahoi Ashami, thousands of Radha Krishna devotees who don't have a child visit Radha Kund to seek blessings of Radha Rani and Sri Krishna. This day of Ahoi Ashtami is considered very significant for childless couples as it is believed that bathing in Radha Kund on this day of Ahoi Ashtami will give blessings of Radha Rani to the couples and they will be able to conceive a child. That is why every year thousands of couples visit Govardhan and take a holy dip together in Radha Kund.

Radha Kunda Snan Timings and Muhurat

Radha Kunda Snan 2025 - Monday, October 13, 2025

Radha Kunda Ardha Ratri Snan Muhurat - 11:41 PM to 12:30 AM, Oct 14
Duration - 00 Hours 50 Mins

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat 2025  - Monday, October 13, 2025

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 12:24 PM on Oct 13, 2025
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 11:09 AM on Oct 14, 2025

Ahoi Ashtami 2021 Date

Ahoi Ashtami 2021 Date, Ahoi Mata Vrat 2021


Ahoi Ashtami (अहोई अष्टमी) falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar and in the month of Ashwin as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and other southern states though it occurs on the same day as its only month name that is different. Ahoi Ashtami festival occurs eight days before Diwali Puja and four days after Karwa Chauth. Similar to Karwa Chauth, Ahoi Ashtami vrat is more popular in Northern India and is a strict fast when most women do not drink even water for the whole day till sighting of the stars. 

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Timings

Ahoi Ashtami 2021 Date - Thursday, October 28, 2021

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Muhurat - 05:39 PM to 06:56 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Duration - 01 Hour 17 Mins

Radha Kund Snan 2021 Date (Govardhan) - Thursday, October 28, 2021

Sanjh (evening) time for sighting Stars - 06:03 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Moonrise on Ahoi Ashtami - 11:29 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 12:49 PM on Oct 28, 2021
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 02:09 PM on Oct 29, 2021

Ahoi Ashtami 2024 Date

Ahoi Ashtami 2024 Date, Ahoi Mata Vrat 2024

Ahoi Ashtami (अहोई अष्टमी) falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar and in the month of Ashwin as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and other southern states though it occurs on the same day as its only month name that is different. Ahoi Ashtami festival occurs eight days before Diwali Puja and four days after Karwa Chauth. Similar to Karwa Chauth, Ahoi Ashtami vrat is more popular in Northern India and is a strict fast when most women do not drink even water for the whole day till sighting of the stars. 

Ahoi Ashtami fasting and Puja is dedicated to Ahoi Mata or Goddess Ahoi. Ahoi Mata is worshipped by women for the well-being and long life of their children. Ahoi ashtami is also known as Ahoi Aathe as fasting for Ahoi Ashtami is done during Ashtami Tithi which is the eighth day of the month.

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Timings

Ahoi Ashtami 2024 Date - Thursday, October 24, 2024

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Muhurat - 05:42 PM to 06:59 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Duration - 01 Hour 17 Mins

Radha Kund Snan 2024 Date (Govardhan) - Thursday, October 24, 2024

Sanjh (evening) time for sighting Stars - 06:06 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Moonrise on Ahoi Ashtami - 11:55 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 01:18 AM on Oct 24, 2024
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 01:58 AM on Oct 25, 2024

Ahoi Ashtami 2025 Date

Ahoi Ashtami 2025 Date, Ahoi Mata Vrat 2025

Ahoi Ashtami (अहोई अष्टमी) falls on Krishna Paksha Ashtami tithi of Kartik month as per Purnimant calendar and in the month of Ashwin as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and other southern states though it occurs on the same day as its only month name that is different. Ahoi Ashtami festival occurs eight days before Diwali Puja and four days after Karwa Chauth. Similar to Karwa Chauth, Ahoi Ashtami vrat is more popular in Northern India and is a strict fast when most women do not drink even water for the whole day till sighting of the stars. 

Ahoi Ashtami fasting and Puja is dedicated to Ahoi Mata or Goddess Ahoi. Ahoi Mata is worshipped by women for the well-being and long life of their children. Ahoi ashtami is also known as Ahoi Aathe as fasting for Ahoi Ashtami is done during Ashtami Tithi which is the eighth day of the month.

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Timings

Ahoi Ashtami 2025 Date - Monday, October 13, 2025

Ahoi Ashtami Puja Muhurat - 05:53 PM to 07:08 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Duration - 01 Hour 15 Mins

Radha Kund Snan 2025 Date (Govardhana)- Monday, October 13, 2025
Sanjh (evening) time for sighting Stars - 06:17 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)
Moonrise on Ahoi Ashtami - 11:20 PM (New Delhi Time, other cities may differ a little)

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 12:24 PM on Oct 13, 2025
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 11:09 AM on Oct 14, 2025

Magh Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates

Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on February 2 and ends on February 10 in the year 2022. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2022 along with Navratri 2022 Colours.

Magha Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates

Navratri Day 1(Pratipada) - February 2, 2022 (Wednesday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja, Brahmacharini Puja
Day 2 (Tritiya) - February 3, 2022 (Thursday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 3 (Chaturthi) - February 4, 2022 (Friday) - Kushmanda Puja
Day 4 (Panchami) - February 5, 2022 (Saturday) - Skandamata Puja
Day 5 (Shashthi) - February 6, 2022 (Sunday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 6 (Saptami) - February 7, 2022 (Monday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 7 (Ashtami) - February 8, 2022 (Tuesday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja
Day 8 (Ashtami) - February 9, 2022 (Wednesday) - Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - February 10, 2022 (Thursday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana

Check details of  Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates.

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates

Ashadha Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Ashadha month i.e June – July. Ashadha Navratri starts on June 26 and ends on July 4 in the year 2025. Ashadha Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Ashadha Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Magh (January – February). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Navratri Dates 2025Navratri Calendar 2025 along with Navratri 2025 Colours. Below we have given Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates:

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates

Navratri Day 1 (Pratipada)- June 26, 2025 (Thursday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja
Day 2 (Dwitiya) - June 27, 2025 (Friday) - Brahmacharini Puja
Day 3 (Tritiya) - June 28, 2025 (Saturday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 4 (Chaturthi) - June 29, 2025 (Sunday) - Kushmanda Puja
Day 5 (Panchami) - June 30, 2025 (Monday) - Skandamata Puja
Day 6 (Shashthi) - July 1, 2025 (Tuesday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 7 (Saptami) - July 2, 2025 (Wednesday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 8 (Ashtami) - July 3, 2025 (Thursday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - July 4, 2025 (Friday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana

Check details of Magh Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates.

Magh Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates

Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on January 30 and ends on February 7 in the year 2025. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Navratri Dates 2025Navratri Calendar 2025 along with Navratri 2025 Colours. Below we have given Magh Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates:

Magha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates

Navratri Day 1(Pratipada) - January 30, 2025 (Thursday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja
Navratri Day 2 (Dwitiya) - January 31, 2025 (Friday) - Brahmacharini Puja
Day 2 (Tritiya) - February 1, 2025 (Saturday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 3 (Chaturthi) - February 2, 2025 (Sunday) - Kushmanda Puja, Skandamata Puja
Day 5 (Shashthi) - February 3, 2025 (Monday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 6 (Saptami) - February 4, 2025 (Tuesday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 7 (Ashtami) - February 5, 2025 (Wednesday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - February 6, 2025 (Thursday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana
Day 10 (Dashami) - February 7, 2025 (Friday) - Navratri Parana

Check details of Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates.

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates

Ashadha Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Ashadha month i.e June – July. Ashadha Navratri starts on June 30 and ends on July 8 in the year 2022. Ashadha Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Ashadha Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Magh (January – February). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2022 along with Navratri 2022 Colours. Below we have given Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates:

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates

Navratri Day 1 (Pratipada)- June 30, 2022 (Thursday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja
Day 2 (Dwitiya) - July 1, 2022 (Friday) - Brahmacharini Puja
Day 3 (Tritiya) - July 2, 2022 (Saturday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 4 (Chaturthi) - July 3, 2022 (Sunday) - Kushmanda Puja
Day 5 (Panchami) - July 4, 2022 (Monday) - Skandamata Puja
Day 6 (Shashthi) - July 5, 2022 (Tuesday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 7 (Saptami) - July 6, 2022 (Wednesday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 8 (Ashtami) - July 7, 2022 (Thursday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - July 8, 2022 (Friday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates

Ashadha Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Ashadha month i.e June – July. Ashadha Navratri starts on June 19 and ends on June 28 in the year 2023. Ashadha Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Ashadha Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Magh (January – February). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2023 along769/-\7ith Navratri 2023 Colours. Below we have given Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates:

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates

Navratri Day 1 (Pratipada)- June 19, 2023 (Moday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja
Day 2 (Dwitiya) - June 20, 2023 (Tuesday) - Brahmacharini Puja
Day 3 (Tritiya) - June 21, 2023 (Wednesday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 4 (Chaturthi) - June 22, 2023 (Thursday) - Kushmanda Puja
Day 5 (Panchami) - June 23, 2023 (Friday) - Skandamata Puja
Day 6 (Shashthi) - June 24, 2023 (Saturday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 7 (Saptami) - June 25, 2023 (Sunday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 8 (Ashtami) - June 26, 2023 (Monday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - June 27, 2023 (Tuesday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana
Day 10 (Dashami) - June 28, 2023 (Wednesday) - Navratri Parana

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates

Ashadha Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Ashadha month i.e June – July. Ashadha Navratri starts on July 6 and ends on July 15 in the year 2024. Ashadha Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Ashadha Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Magh (January – February). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2024 along with Navratri 2024 Colours. Below we have given Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates:

Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates

Navratri Day 1 (Pratipada)- July 6, 2024 (Saturday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja
Day 2 (Dwitiya) - July 7, 2024 (Sunday) - Brahmacharini Puja
Day 3 (Tritiya) - July 8, 2024 (Monday) - Chandraghanta Puja
Day 4 (Tritiya) - July 9, 2024 (Tuesday) -
Day 4 (Chaturthi) - July 10, 2024 (Wednesday) - Kushmanda Puja
Day 5 (Panchami) - July 11, 2024 (Thursday) - Skandamata Puja
Day 6 (Shashthi) - July 12, 2024 (Friday) - Katyayani Puja
Day 7 (Saptami) - July 13, 2024 (Saturday) - Kalaratri Puja
Day 8 (Ashtami) - July 14, 2024 (Sunday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja
Day 9 (Navami) - July 15, 2024 (Monday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana

Magh Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates

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

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

Magha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates

Navratri Day 1(Pratipada) - February 10, 2024 (Saturday) - Ghatsthapana, Shailputri Puja

Navratri Day 2 (Dwitiya) - February 11, 2024 (Sunday) - Brahmacharini Puja

Day 2 (Tritiya) - February 12, 2024 (Monday) - Chandraghanta Puja

Day 3 (Chaturthi) - February 13, 2024 (Turesday) - Kushmanda Puja

Day 4 (Panchami) - February 14, 2024 (Wednesday) - Skandamata Puja

Day 5 (Shashthi) - February 15, 2024 (Thursday) - Katyayani Puja

Day 6 (Saptami) - February 16, 2024 (Friday) - Kalaratri Puja

Day 7 (Ashtami) - February 17, 2024 (Saturday) - Sri Durga Mahaashtami, Mahagauri Puja, Sandhi Puja

Day 9 (Navami) - February 18, 2024 (Sunday) - Siddhidatri Puja, Navratri Parana

Check details of Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2024 Dates.

Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates


Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on February 2 and ends on February 10 in the year 2022. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2022 along with Navratri 2022 Colours.

Magha Gupt Navratri Dates - 2nd February to 10th February 2022


Ashadha Gupta Navratri Dates - 30th June to 8th July 2022

Check full details of Magh Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates and Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2022 Dates.

Karwa Chauth Date 2021, Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi

Karwa Chauth 2021, Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi

When is Karwa Chauth 2021?



Karva Chauth Date 2021 - 24th October 2021

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Lucknow – 7:56 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Kanpur – 7:59 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Chandigarh – 8:04 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Delhi - 8:07 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ghaziabad - 8:06 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Greater Noida - 8:06 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Noida - 8:07 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jammu - 8:06 PM  


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jaipur – 8:17 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bhopal – 8:19 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bengaluru – 8:39 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ahmedabad – 8:39 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Mumbai – 8:46 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Hyderabad – 8:27 PM 



Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates

Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on January 30 and ends on February 7 in the year 2025. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

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Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Navratri Dates 2025Navratri Calendar 2025 along with Navratri 2025 Colours.

Magha Gupt Navratri Dates - 30th January to 7th February 2025


Ashadha Gupta Navratri Dates - 26th June to 4th July 2025

Check full details of Magh Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates and Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2025 Dates.

Karwa Chauth Date 2025

Karwa Chauth 2025, Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi

When is Karwa Chauth 2025?

Karwa Chauth 2025 Date in India Calendar - If you ask when is karwa chauth 2025 or karwa chauth kab hai - the answer is here - 

Karwa Chauth is on 10th October, 2025, Friday.

Chaturthi tithi starts - 10:54 PM on Oct 9, 2025

Chaturthi tithi ends - 07:38 PM on Oct 10, 2025

Karwa Chauth fast is observed during Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi in the Hindu month of Kartik and in the Ashwin month as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Southern India. It is to be noted that though karwa chauth is observed in different months in different states, it is actually the name of the month only that is different and Karwa Chauth is observed on the same day in all states.

Karwa Chauth comes with Sankashti Chaturthi which is a fasting day for Lord Ganesha. Karwa Chauth fasting is observed by married Hindu women for the long life of their husband. The     women worship Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Kartikeya and Nandi and break the fast only after sighting and making the offerings to the moon. The Karwa Chauth fast is strict and observed without taking any food or even a drop of water after sunrise till the sighting of the moon in the night.

Karwa Chauth is more popular in North Indian states as compared to South Indian states. Ahoi Ashtami Vrat which is observed for the wellbeing and long life of children is then observed after four days of Karwa Chauth.

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time

Karva Chauth Date 2025 - 10th October 2025

 

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Lucknow – 8:02 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Kanpur – 8:06 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Chandigarh – 8:09 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Delhi - 8:13 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ghaziabad - 8:12 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Greater Noida - 8:12 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Noida - 8:12 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jammu - 8:11 PM  


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jaipur – 8:23 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bhopal – 8:26 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bengaluru – 8:49 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ahmedabad – 8:47 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Mumbai – 8:55 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Hyderabad – 8:36 PM 


Karwa Chauth Date 2024

Karwa Chauth 2024, Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi

When is Karwa Chauth 2024?

Karwa Chauth 2024 Date in India Calendar - If you ask when is karwa chauth 2024 or karwa chauth kab hai - the answer is here - 

Karwa Chauth is on 20th October, 2024, Sunday.

Chaturthi tithi starts - 6:46 AM on Oct 20, 2024

Chaturthi tithi ends - 04:16 AM on Oct 21, 2024

Karwa Chauth fast is observed during Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi in the Hindu month of Kartik and in the Ashwin month as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Southern India. It is to be noted that though karwa chauth is observed in different months in different states, it is actually the name of the month only that is different and Karwa Chauth is observed on the same day in all states.

Karwa Chauth comes with Sankashti Chaturthi which is a fasting day for Lord Ganesha. Karwa Chauth fasting is observed by married Hindu women for the long life of their husband. The women worship Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Kartikeya and Nandi and break the fast only after sighting and making the offerings to the moon. The Karwa Chauth fast is strict and observed without taking any food or even a drop of water after sunrise till the sighting of the moon in the night.

Karwa Chauth is more popular in North Indian states as compared to South Indian states. Ahoi Ashtami Vrat which is observed for the wellbeing and long life of children is then observed after four days of Karwa Chauth.

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time

Karva Chauth Date 2024 - 20th October 2024

 

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Lucknow – 7:44 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Kanpur – 7:47 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Chandigarh – 7:50 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Delhi - 7:54 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ghaziabad - 7:53 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Greater Noida - 7:53 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Noida - 7:54 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jammu - 7:51 PM  


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jaipur – 8:05 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bhopal – 8:08 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bengaluru – 8:31 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ahmedabad – 8:28 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Mumbai – 8:37 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Hyderabad – 8:18 PM 


Karwa Chauth Date 2023

Karwa Chauth 2023, Karwa Chauth Vrat Katha in Hindi

When is Karwa Chauth 2023?

Karwa Chauth 2023 Date in India Calendar - If you ask when is karwa chauth 2023 or karwa chauth kab hai - the answer is here - 

Karwa Chauth is on 1st November, 2023, Wednesday.

Chaturthi tithi starts - 9:30 PM on Oct 31, 2023

Chaturthi tithi ends - 09:19 PM on Nov 1, 2023

Karwa Chauth fast is observed during Krishna Paksha Chaturthi tithi in the Hindu month of Kartik and in the Ashwin month as per Amanta calendar followed in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Southern India. It is to be noted that though karwa chauth is observed in different months in different states, it is actually the name of the month only that is different and Karwa Chauth is observed on the same day in all states.

Karwa Chauth comes with Sankashti Chaturthi which is a fasting day for Lord Ganesha. Karwa Chauth fasting is observed by married Hindu women for the long life of their husband. The women worship Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Kartikeya and Nandi and break the fast only after sighting and making the offerings to the moon. The Karwa Chauth fast is strict and observed without taking any food or even a drop of water after sunrise till the sighting of the moon in the night.

Karwa Chauth is more popular in North Indian states as compared to South Indian states. Ahoi Ashtami Vrat which is observed for the wellbeing and long life of children is then observed after four days of Karwa Chauth.

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time

Karva Chauth Date 2023 - 1st November 2023

 

Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Lucknow – 8:05 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Kanpur – 8:08 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Chandigarh – 8:10 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Delhi - 8:15 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ghaziabad - 8:14 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Greater Noida - 8:14 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Noida - 8:14 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jammu - 8:12 PM  


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Jaipur – 8:26 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bhopal – 8:29 PM 


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Bengaluru – 8:54 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Ahmedabad – 8:50 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Mumbai – 8:59 PM


Karva Chauth Moon Rise Time in Hyderabad – 8:40 PM 


Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates

Magh Navratri, also known as Gupt Navaratri (गुप्त नवरात्रि), comes in the Shukla Paksha of Magha month i.e January – February. Magh Navratri starts on January 22 and ends on January 30 in the year 2023. Magh Navratri is dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti Goddess. Many people observe fast on the days of Magh Navratri and only vegetarian food is eaten during this period.

Gupt Navratri is also observed during the month of Ashada (June – July). The most popular Navratri comes twice a year - Chaitra Navratri (March-April) and Sharad Navratri (September – October). Check Dates of Navratri and Navratri Calendar 2023 along with Navratri 2023 Colours.

Magha Gupt Navratri Dates - 22nd January to 30th January 2023


Ashadha Gupta Navratri Dates - 19th June to 28th June 2023

Check full details of Magh Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates and Ashadha Gupt Navratri 2023 Dates.

Navratri Colors 2023, Navratri Colours of 2023

Navratri Colors 2023, Navratri Colours of 2023

The festival of Navratri has an interesting ritual for the women who wear nine different colours during the nine days of the Navratras festival. You may want to ask which are the Navratri Colours today or which are the Navratri Nine Colours which helps you in deciding the dress for the day like saree etc. The nine colours of Navratri for 2023 goes like this:

Navratri Colours 2023 - Chaitra Navratri 2023 Dates with Colors


Navratri Colors of 2023 Day 1(Pratipada) - March 22, 2023 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color for Day 2 (Dwitiya) - March 23, 2023 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 3 (Tritiya) - March 24, 2023 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color for Day 4 (Chaturthi) - March 25, 2023 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 5 (Panchami) - March 26, 2023 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color for Day 6 (Shashthi) - March 27, 2023 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color of Day 7 (Saptami) - March 28, 2023 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color of Day 8 (Ashtami) - March 29, 2023 (Wednesday) - Sky Blue
Navratri Color of Day 9 (Navami) - March 30, 2023 (Thursday) - Pink

Navratri Colours 2023 - Ashwin Sharad Navratri 2023 Dates with Colors


Navratri Colors for Day 1 (Pratipada)- October 15, 2023 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color of Day 2 (Dwitiya) - October 16, 2023 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color of Day 3 (Tritiya) - October 17, 2023 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color of Day 4 (Chaturthi) - October 18, 2023 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color of Day 5 (Panchami) - October 19, 2023 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 6 (Shashthi) - October 20, 2023 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color for Day 7 (Saptami) - October 21, 2023 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 8 (Ashtami) - October 22, 2023 (Sunday) - Purple
Navratri Color for Day 9 (Navami) - October 23, 2023 (Monday) - Peacock Green

So don’t miss out on the excitement of the dress codes according the conventional Navratri colors 2023. These Navratri Colors for 9 days hold special significance and are even published in the local/regional newspapers to get the crowd dress in sync. Navratri Colours 2023 list has been provided here for reference by https://www.durganavratri.in.

Navratri Colors 2024, Navratri Colours of 2024

Navratri Colors 2024, Navratri Colours of 2024

The festival of Navratri has an interesting ritual for the women who wear nine different colours during the nine days of the Navratras festival. You may want to ask which are the Navratri Colours today or which are the Navratri Nine Colours which helps you in deciding the dress for the day like saree etc. The nine colours of Navratri for 2024 goes like this:

Navratri Colours 2024 - Chaitra Navratri 2024 Dates with Colors


Navratri Colors of 2024 Day 1(Pratipada) - April 9, 2024 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Colors of 2024 Day 2 (Dwitiya) - April 10, 2024 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color of 2024 Day 3 (Tritiya) - April 11, 2024 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color of 2024 Day 4 (Chaturthi) - April 12, 2024 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color of Day 5 (Panchami) - April 13, 2024 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 6 (Shashthi) - April 14, 2024 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color for Day 7 (Saptami) - April 15, 2024 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color for Day 8 (Ashtami) - April 16, 2024 (Tuesday) - Pink
Navratri Color for Day 9 (Navami) - April 17, 2024 (Wednesday) - Sky Blue

Navratri Colours 2024 - Ashwin Sharad Navratri 2024 Dates with Colors


Navratri Colors for 2024 Day 1 (Pratipada)- October 3, 2024 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 2 (Dwitiya) - October 4, 2024 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color for Day 3 (Tritiya) - October 5, 2024 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 4 (Tritiya) - October 6, 2024 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color for Day 5 (Chaturthi) - October 7, 2024 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color for Day 6 (Panchami) - October 8, 2024 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color of Day 7 (Shashthi) - October 9, 2024 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color of Day 8 (Saptami) - October 10, 2024 (Thursday) - Pink
Navratri Color of Day 9 (Ashtami) - October 11, 2024 (Friday) - Purple

So don’t miss out on the excitement of the dress codes according the conventional Navratri colors 2024. These Navratri Colors for 9 days hold special significance and are even published in the local/regional newspapers to get the crowd dress in sync. Navratri Colours 2024 list has been provided here for reference by https://www.durganavratri.in.

Navratri Colors 2025, Navratri Colours of 2025

Navratri Colors 2025, Navratri Colours of 2025

The festival of Navratri has an interesting ritual for the women who wear nine different colours during the nine days of the Navratras festival. You may want to ask which are the Navratri Colours today or which are the Navratri Nine Colours which helps you in deciding the dress for the day like saree etc. The nine colours of Navratri for 2025 goes like this:

Navratri Colours 2025 - Chaitra Navratri 2025 Dates with Colors


Navratri Colors of 2025 Day 1(Pratipada) - March 30, 2025 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color of Day 2 (Dwitiya) - March 31, 2025 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color of Day 4 (Chaturthi) - April 1, 2025 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color of Day 5 (Panchami) - April 2, 2025 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color of Day 6 (Shashthi) - April 3, 2025 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 7 (Saptami) - April 4, 2025 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color for Day 8 (Ashtami) - April 5, 2025 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 9 (Navami) - April 6, 2025 (Sunday) - Purple
Navratri Color for Day 9 (Dashami) - April 7, 2025 (Monday) - Peacock Green

Navratri Colours 2025 - Ashwin Sharad Navratri 2025 Dates with Colors


Navratri Color 2025 for Day 1 (Pratipada)- September 22, 2025 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color for Day 2 (Dwitiya) - September 23, 2025 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color for Day 3 (Tritiya) - September 24, 2025 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color for Day 4 (Tritiya) - September 25, 2025 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 5 (Chaturthi) - September 26, 2025 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color of Day 6 (Panchami) - September 27, 2025 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color of Day 7 (Shashthi) - September 28, 2025 (Sunday) -  Orange
Navratri Color of Day 8 (Saptami) - September 29, 2025 (Monday) - Peacock Green
Navratri Color of Day 9 (Ashtami) - September 30, 2025 (Tuesday) – Pink

So don’t miss out on the excitement of the dress codes according the conventional Navratri colors 2025. These Navratri Colors for 9 days hold special significance and are even published in the local/regional newspapers to get the crowd dress in sync. Navratri Colours 2025 list has been provided here for reference by https://www.durganavratri.in.

Navratri Colors 2022, Navratri Colours of 2022

Navratri Colors 2022, Navratri Colours of 2022

The festival of Navratri has an interesting ritual for the women who wear nine different colours during the nine days of the Navratras festival. You may want to ask which are the Navratri Colours today or which are the Navratri Nine Colours which helps you in deciding the dress for the day like saree etc.  The nine colours of Navratri for 2022 goes like this:

Navratri Colors 2022 - Chaitra Navratri 2022 Dates with Colors

Navratri Colors of 2022 Day 1(Pratipada) - April 2, 2022 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color for Day 2 (Dwitiya) - April 3, 2022 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color for Day 3 (Tritiya) - April 4, 2022 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color for Day 4 (Chaturthi) - April 5, 2022 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color of Day 5 (Panchami) - April 6, 2022 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color of Day 6 (Shashthi) - April 7, 2022 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color of Day 7 (Saptami) - April 8, 2022 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color of Day 8 (Ashtami) - April 9, 2022 (Saturday) - Peacock Green
Navratri Color of Day 9 (Navami) - April 10, 2022 (Sunday) - Purple

Navratri Colours 2022 - Ashwin Sharad Navratri 2022 Dates with Colors

Navratri Colors of 2022 Day 1 (Pratipada)- September 26, 2022 (Monday) - White
Navratri Color for Day 2 (Dwitiya) - September 27, 2022 (Tuesday) - Red
Navratri Color for Day 3 (Tritiya) - September 28, 2022 (Wednesday) - Royal Blue
Navratri Color for Day 4 (Chaturthi) - September 29, 2022 (Thursday) - Yellow
Navratri Color for Day 5 (Panchami) - September 30, 2022 (Friday) - Green
Navratri Color of Day 6 (Shashthi) - October 1, 2022 (Saturday) - Grey
Navratri Color of Day 7 (Saptami) - October 2, 2022 (Sunday) - Orange
Navratri Color of Day 8 (Ashtami) - October 3, 2022 (Monday) - Peacock Green
Navratri Color of Day 9 (Navami) - October 4, 2022 (Tuesday) - Pink


So don’t miss out on the excitement of the dress codes according the conventional Navratri colors 2022. These Navratri Colors for 9 days hold special significance and are even published in the local/regional newspapers to get the crowd dress in sync. Navratri Colours 2022 list has been provided here for reference by https://www.durganavratri.in.

Navratri Fast 2022


During the nine days of Navratras celebrations, the Hindu devotees observe fast and offer their puja to the deity of Duga MaaNavratri fasting starts from the new moon day of the Ashvin month of the Hindu calendar and ends on the tenth day of Dusshera or Vijaya Dashami that celebrates the victory of good over evil. Navratri vrat is a very special vrat where devotees take water only after they offer their ritualistic puja to Goddess Durga. Mostly they take milk products and fresh fruits. There are also special recipes for dishes prepared for the people to take during their Navratre vrat. People also spend time listening to and reciting Navratri Katha during their puja that forms an important part of the rituals. Reading Durga Chalisa and Durga Saptshati is highly recommended.

Navratri 2022 in Gujarat and Garba


In Gujarat, the ancient and colourful festival of Navratri is a highly hyped affair where the entire state rises to an elaborate participation. Celebrations continue in an elevated level with dancing to the tune of garba and fast beat numbers of popular songs. Ladies adorn themselves in special and expensive clothes and order beautiful dresses comprising heavily embroidered ghagra choli for their appearance in rasa and garba dances. You can prepare yourself for the party by downloading and practicing with rhythmic mp3 Navratri songs of Goddess Durga. The dandia or the stick dance as it is called is a very popular dance form that centres around the festival of Navratras where the dancers form a circle and dance and as the rhythm or the beat gets faster and faster the dancers increase their pace to a crescendo and dance with complete abandon.

Garba is a popular dance form and is very popular during Navratras celebrations. People of all ages, gender and communities join in the special merriment coming out of the Garba during Navratri. Special dresses to be worn during the momentous occasion such as chaniya cholis or Navratri cholis are bought and ordered. These expensive, colourful and elegant dresses are a necessity during Dandiya Raas in Navratri. Exquisite Navratri cholis can be bought online and ordered and payment made from the comfort of your house wherever you are residing. They can also be stitched as per measurements and you can a get you coveted festive glamorous look for your special Navratri garba appearance.

Navratri 2022 Celebrations


These nine days of Navratri celebrations are spent in grandeur. People dressed in their very best with colourful expensive clothes and decked with loads of jewellery offer their prayers to Goddess Durga or Shakti and ask for strength and blessings. They also prepare a huge variety of dishes and make elaborate preparations for gala night parties. People gather in community halls and other chosen venues to dance to the tune of garba songs and enjoy good music and food. These are the occasions where everyone gets to meet their long-time friends, family members and relatives. The whole of North India gets charged up with the festive mood hanging heavy in the air.

Ayudha Pooja 2021 Date

Ayudha Pooja 2021 Date, Shastra Puja 2021 Date

The festival is celebrated as Ayudha Pooja in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, as Ayudha Pujai in Tamil Nadu, and as Ayudha Puja in Kerala. It is known as Maha navami in the North East. It is celebrated as Astra Puja in Odisha.

Most calendars mark Saraswati Puja along with Ayudha Pooja in South India. People also worship Maa Lakshmi, who is the Goddess of wealth; and Mata Parvati, who is also known as the divine mother. However as per most Dharma Shastras Saraswati Puja during Navratri is suggested during Purva Ashadha Nakshatra.

Ayudha Puja Muhurat 2021

Ayudha Puja 2021 Date - Thursday, October 14, 2021

Ayudha Puja Vijaya Muhurat - 02:04 PM to 02:51 PM (Bengaluru time)
Duration - 00 Hours 47 Mins

Mysore Dasara 2021 Date - Friday, October 15, 2021

Navami Tithi Begins - 08:07 PM on Oct 13, 2021
Navami Tithi Ends - 06:52 PM on Oct 14, 2021

Ayudha Pooja 2023 Date

Ayudha Pooja 2023 Date, Shastra Puja 2023 Date

Ayudha Puja comes up during Maha Navratri and it is popular in South India only mainly in the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. Ayudha Puja is done on Navami Tithi during Navratri festival. Many times Ayudha Puja comes up on Maha Navami during Navratri. Ayudha Pooja is also commonly known as Shastra Puja and Astra Puja. 

Ayudha Puja Muhurat 2023

Ayudha Puja 2023 Date - Monday, October 23, 2023

Ayudha Puja Vijaya Muhurat - 02:01 PM to 02:49 PM (Bengaluru time)
Duration - 00 Hours 47 Mins

Mysore Dasara 2023 Date - Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Navami Tithi Begins - 07:58 PM on Oct 22, 2023
Navami Tithi Ends - 05:44 PM on Oct 23, 2023

Ayudha Pooja 2024 Date

Ayudha Pooja 2024 Date, Shastra Puja 2024 Date

Ayudha Puja comes up during Maha Navratri and it is popular in South India only mainly in the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. Ayudha Puja is done on Navami Tithi during Navratri festival. Many times Ayudha Puja comes up on Maha Navami during Navratri. Ayudha Pooja is also commonly known as Shastra Puja and Astra Puja. 

Ayudha Puja Muhurat 2024

Ayudha Puja 2024 Date - Saturday, October 12, 2024

Ayudha Puja Vijaya Muhurat - 02:05 PM to 02:52 PM (Bengaluru time)
Duration - 00 Hours 48 Mins

Mysore Dasara 2024 Date - Sunday, October 13, 2024

Navami Tithi Begins - 12:06 PM on Oct 11, 2024
Navami Tithi Ends - 10:58 AM on Oct 12, 2024

Ayudha Pooja 2025 Date

Ayudha Pooja 2025 Date, Shastra Puja 2025 Date

Ayudha Puja comes up during Maha Navratri and it is popular in South India only mainly in the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. Ayudha Puja is done on Navami Tithi during Navratri festival. Many times Ayudha Puja comes up on Maha Navami during Navratri. Ayudha Pooja is also commonly known as Shastra Puja and Astra Puja. 

Ayudha Puja Muhurat 2025

Ayudha Puja 2025 Date - Wednesday, Octo    ber 1, 2025

Ayudha Puja Vijaya Muhurat - 02:09 PM to 02:57 PM (Bengaluru time)
Duration - 00 Hours 48 Mins

Mysore Dasara 2025 Date - Thursday, October 2, 2025

Navami Tithi Begins - 06:06 PM on Sep 30, 2025
Navami Tithi Ends - 07:01 PM on Oct 1, 2025

Vijayadashami Dussehra Date 2021

Vijayadashami Date 2021, Dussehra Date 2021

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra or Dasara is celebrated as victory of Lord Rama over Demon king Ravana and also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijaydashami is celebrated every year on the Shukla Paksh tenth day in the Hindu month of Ashwin and marks the end of the Navratri festival. Dussreha is celebrated as Dashain in Nepal. Shami Puja, Aparajita Puja and Seema Avalanghan are some of the rituals which are done on Vijayadashami day. The rituals must be done during Aparahna time as per Hindu division of the day.

Vijayadashami Muhurat 2021

Vijayadashami 2021 Date - Friday, October 15, 2021

Bengal Vijayadashami on Friday, October 15, 2021

Dashami Tithi Begins - 06:52 PM on Oct 14, 2021
Dashami Tithi Ends - 06:02 PM on Oct 15, 2021

Shravana Nakshatra Begins - 09:36 AM on Oct 14, 2021
Shravana Nakshatra Ends - 09:16 AM on Oct 15, 2021

Vijayadashami Dussehra Date 2022

Vijayadashami Date 2022, Dussehra Date 2022

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra or Dasara is celebrated as victory of Lord Rama over Demon king Ravana and also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijaydashami is celebrated every year on the Shukla Paksh tenth day in the Hindu month of Ashwin and marks the end of the Navratri festival. 

On the day of Vijaydashami, the word "vijaydashami" signifies vijay or victory as King Rama, an avatar of God Vishnu, killed Ravana, the 10-headed demon king. Every year huge effigies of Ravana along with his brother Kumbhkaran and Ravana's son Meghnad are burned marking the end of evil. 

Vijayadashami Muhurat 2022

Vijayadashami 2022 Date - Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Bengal Vijayadashami on Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Dashami Tithi Begins - 02:20 PM on Oct 4, 2022
Dashami Tithi Ends - 12:00 PM on Oct 5, 2022

Shravana Nakshatra Begins - 10:51 PM on Oct 4, 2022
Shravana Nakshatra Ends - 09:15 PM on Oct 5, 2022

Vijayadashami Dussehra Date 2024

Vijayadashami Date 2024, Dussehra Date 2024

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra or Dasara is celebrated as victory of Lord Rama over Demon king Ravana and also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijaydashami is celebrated every year on the Shukla Paksh tenth day in the Hindu month of Ashwin and marks the end of the Navratri festival. 

On the day of Vijaydashami, the word "vijaydashami" signifies vijay or victory as King Rama, an avatar of God Vishnu, killed Ravana, the 10-headed demon king. Every year huge effigies of Ravana along with his brother Kumbhkaran and Ravana's son Meghnad are burned marking the end of evil. 

Vijayadashami Muhurat 2024

Vijayadashami 2024 Date - Saturday, October 12, 2024

Bengal Vijayadashami on Sunday, October 13, 2024

Dashami Tithi Begins - 10:58 AM on Oct 12, 2024
Dashami Tithi Ends - 09:08 AM on Oct 13, 2024

Shravana Nakshatra Begins - 05:25 AM on Oct 12, 2024
Shravana Nakshatra Ends - 04:27 AM on Oct 13, 2024

Vijayadashami Dussehra Date 2025

Vijayadashami Date 2025, Dussehra Date 2025

Vijayadashami also known as Dussehra or Dasara is celebrated as victory of Lord Rama over Demon king Ravana and also triumph of Goddess Durga over the buffalo Demon Mahishasura. Vijaydashami is celebrated every year on the Shukla Paksh tenth day in the Hindu month of Ashwin and marks the end of the Navratri festival. 

On the day of Vijaydashami, the word "vijaydashami" signifies vijay or victory as King Rama, an avatar of God Vishnu, killed Ravana, the 10-headed demon king. Every year huge effigies of Ravana along with his brother Kumbhkaran and Ravana's son Meghnad are burned marking the end of evil. 

Vijayadashami Muhurat 2025

Vijayadashami 2025 Date - Thursday, October 2, 2025

Bengal Vijayadashami on Thursday, October 2, 2025

Dashami Tithi Begins - 07:01 PM on Oct 1, 2025
Dashami Tithi Ends - 07:10 PM on Oct 2, 2025

Shravana Nakshatra Begins - 09:13 AM on Oct 2, 2025
Shravana Nakshatra Ends - 09:34 AM on Oct 3, 2025

Mysore Dasara 2021 date

Mysore Dasara 2021 Date

mysore dasara date

Mysore Dasara is a Royal Festival of Karnataka which celebrates victory of Truth over Evil. As per the legend, Goddess Chamundeeswari or Durga killed the demon Mahishasura on Vijayadashami day. On the tenth day during Navratri festival of September-October month, which is popularly known as Vijayadashami, the traditional Dasara procession is held on the streets of Mysore. The 10 Days Dasara festival starts on Wednesday, 6th October 2021 at 09.00hrs offering Pooja to Godess Chamundeshwari on top of Chamundi Hill.

Mysore Dasara festivities, the 10-day festival is celebrated with great pomp and show, attracting tourists from not only India but the whole world. Mysuru was once called ‘Mahishur,’ as it is believed that this is the place where Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the buffalo-headed demon, Mahishasura. Dasara is a 10-day festival which ends on Vijayadashami or the tenth day. The sixth day is in honour of goddess Saraswathi. Eight day is dedicated to Durga and Ninth day is for Lakshmi, goddess of wealth. A grand procession is carried out from Mysore Palace and ending in Bannimantap On the tenth day.

Dasara - State Festival of Karnataka


Dasara is a State festival of Karnataka - Nadahabba, as the celebration of the festival is steered by the Royal Family of Mysore. The royal family of Mysore performs special pooja on Dasara festival. The entire City of Mysore is decorated and illuminated during the 10 days Dasara. The Mysore Palace along with important buildings are illuminated. Cultural programmes along with Sports, Wrestling, Poet's meet, Food Festival, Film Festival are organised. Dasara Exhibition can be seen in the Doddakere Maidana, by the Karnataka Exhibition Authority, where many public and private sector enterprises put up their stalls.

Goddess Chamundeshwari's image taken on Elephant


Goddess Chamundeshwari's image is placed on a golden howdah on the back of a decorated elephant and taken on a procession, accompanied by tableaux, dance groups, music bands, decorated elephants, horses and camels. The long procession of 5 kilometers starts from Mysore Palace and culminates at a place called Bannimantapa, where the Banni tree is worshipped. The grand and famous elephant parade is locally known as Jumbo Savari. Jamboo Savari and Torchlight Parade are two major attractions on the final day.

The elephants for the Dasara pro essions undergo training for the Dasara day. 12 Dasara jumbos march on the procession route from Mysore Palace to Bannimantap twice a day.

Mysore Dasara Highlights


Jambu Savari


The Jambu Savari or the Elephant procession is one of the most famous event of this festival which people are looking forward to. 12 trained elephants adorned with colourful attire are taken around the streets. One of elephant carries Chamundeshwari’s idol atop a golden mandap. The Mysore Dasara elephant procession starts from the Mysore Palace to Bannimantap. 

Torchlight Parade


The Jambu Savari parade ends at the sprawling Bannimantap Grounds after which torchlight parade starts. It offers a glimpse of the Mysore's glorious history. Events such as spectacular fireworks, bike shows, cultural programs, and laser shows are the big attractions in the 10-day Mysuru Dasara celebration.

Mysore Dasara 2021 Date and Timings

Mysore Dasara 2021 Date - Friday, October 15, 2021


Dasara Vijaya Muhurat - 02:08 PM to 02:55 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 47 Mins

North Vijayadashami on Friday, October 15, 2021

Mysore Dasara Aparahna Time - 01:20 PM to 03:43 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 22 Mins

Dashami Tithi Begins - 06:52 PM on Oct 14, 2021
Dashami Tithi Ends - 06:02 PM on Oct 15, 2021

Mysore Dasara 2022 Date

Mysore Dasara 2022 Date

Mysore Dasara is a Royal Festival of Karnataka which celebrates victory of Truth over Evil. As per the legend, Goddess Chamundeeswari or Durga killed the demon Mahishasura on Vijayadashami day. On the tenth day during Navratri festival of September-October month, which is popularly known as Vijayadashami, the traditional Dasara procession is held on the streets of Mysore. The 10 Days Dasara festival starts on 26th September 2022 at 09.00hrs offering Pooja to Godess Chamundeshwari on top of Chamundi Hill.

Mysore Dasara festivities, the 10-day festival is celebrated with great pomp and show, attracting tourists from not only India but the whole world. Mysuru was once called ‘Mahishur,’ as it is believed that this is the place where Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the buffalo-headed demon, Mahishasura. Dasara is a 10-day festival which ends on Vijayadashami or the tenth day. The sixth day is in honour of goddess Saraswathi. Eight day is dedicated to Durga and Ninth day is for Lakshmi, goddess of wealth. A grand procession is carried out from Mysore Palace and ending in Bannimantap On the tenth day.

Mysore Dasara 2022 Timings

Mysore Dasara 2022 Date - Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Dasara Vijaya Muhurat - 02:12 PM to 02:59 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 48 Mins

North Vijayadashami on Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Mysore Dasara Aparahna Time - 01:24 PM to 03:47 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 24 Mins

Dashami Tithi Begins - 02:20 PM on Oct 4, 2022
Dashami Tithi Ends - 12:00 PM on Oct 5, 2022

Mysore Dasara 2023 Date

Mysore Dasara 2023 Date

Mysore Dasara is a Royal Festival of Karnataka which celebrates victory of Truth over Evil. As per the legend, Goddess Chamundeeswari or Durga killed the demon Mahishasura on Vijayadashami day. On the tenth day during Navratri festival of September-October month, which is popularly known as Vijayadashami, the traditional Dasara procession is held on the streets of Mysore. The 10 Days Dasara festival starts on 15th October 2023 at 09.00hrs offering Pooja to Godess Chamundeshwari on top of Chamundi Hill.

Mysore Dasara festivities, the 10-day festival is celebrated with great pomp and show, attracting tourists from not only India but the whole world. Mysuru was once called ‘Mahishur,’ as it is believed that this is the place where Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the buffalo-headed demon, Mahishasura. Dasara is a 10-day festival which ends on Vijayadashami or the tenth day. The sixth day is in honour of goddess Saraswathi. Eight day is dedicated to Durga and Ninth day is for Lakshmi, goddess of wealth. A grand procession is carried out from Mysore Palace and ending in Bannimantap On the tenth day.

Mysore Dasara 2023 Timings

Mysore Dasara 2023 Date - Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Dasara Vijaya Muhurat - 02:05 PM to 02:52 PM
Duration - 00 Hours 47 Mins

North Vijayadashami on Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Mysore Dasara Aparahna Time - 01:18 PM to 03:39 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 21 Mins

Dashami Tithi Begins - 05:44 PM on Oct 23, 2023
Dashami Tithi Ends - 03:14 PM on Oct 24, 2023

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