Dev Diwali 2021 Date

Dev Diwali 2021 Date, Dev Diwali Varanasi 2021


The Dev Deepavali also known as "the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods" is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India and is observed on the full moon of the Hindu month of Kartika. Dev Deepawali comes fifteen days after Diwali festival on Kartik Amavasya which is regarded as the darkest night of the year.

Dev Deepawali is a very famous event celebrated every year at Varanasi. Dev Deepawali or more commonly called as Dev Diwali, is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Tripurasur (त्रिपुरासुर).  Thus Dev Deepawali Utsav is also known as Tripurotsav or Tripura Purnima Snan or Tripurari Purnima which is observed on the Kartik Purnima day.

Dev Diwali 2021 Muhurat

Dev Diwali 2021 Date - Thursday, November 18, 2021

Pradoshakal Dev Deepavali Muhurat - 05:09 PM to 07:47 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 38 Mins`    ` 

Purnima Tithi Begins - 12:00 PM on Nov 18, 2021
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:26 PM on Nov 19, 2021
We at www.durganavratri.in wishes Happy Dev Deepawali to all! 

 

Dev Diwali 2025 Date

Dev Diwali 2025 Date, Dev Diwali Varanasi 2025

The Dev Deepavali also known as "the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods" is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India and is observed on the full moon of the Hindu month of Kartika. Dev Deepawali comes fifteen days after Diwali festival on Kartik Amavasya which is regarded as the darkest night of the year.

Dev Deepawali is a very famous event celebrated every year at Varanasi. Dev Deepawali or more commonly called as Dev Diwali, is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Tripurasur (त्रिपुरासुर).  Thus Dev Deepawali Utsav is also known as Tripurotsav or Tripura Purnima Snan or Tripurari Purnima which is observed on the Kartik Purnima day.

Devotees take a dip in the holy water of Ganges on the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima and light earthen lamps or Diya(s) in the evening on Dev Deepawali day. The steps of all the Ghats on the Ganga river, from Ravidas Ghat at the southern end to Rajghat, are lit with millions of earthen lamps in honour of Maa Ganga. Various Ghats of River Ganga along with all temples of Banaras are lit with millions of Diyas.

Dev Diwali 2025 Muhurat

Dev Diwali 2025 Date - Wednesday, November 05, 2025

Pradoshakal Dev Deepavali Muhurat - 05:15 PM to 07:50 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 35 Mins`    ` 

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:36 PM on Nov 04, 2025
Purnima Tithi Ends - 06:48 PM on Nov 05, 2025

Dev Diwali 2022 Date

Dev Diwali 2022 Date, Dev Diwali Varanasi 2022

The Dev Deepavali also known as "the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods" is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India and is observed on the full moon of the Hindu month of Kartika. Dev Deepawali comes fifteen days after Diwali festival on Kartik Amavasya which is regarded as the darkest night of the year.

Dev Deepawali is a very famous event celebrated every year at Varanasi. Dev Deepawali or more commonly called as Dev Diwali, is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Tripurasur (त्रिपुरासुर).  Thus Dev Deepawali Utsav is also known as Tripurotsav or Tripura Purnima Snan or Tripurari Purnima which is observed on the Kartik Purnima day.

Devotees take a dip in the holy water of Ganges on the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima and light earthen lamps or Diya(s) in the evening on Dev Deepawali day. The steps of all the Ghats on the Ganga river, from Ravidas Ghat at the southern end to Rajghat, are lit with millions of earthen lamps in honour of Maa Ganga. Various Ghats of River Ganga along with all temples of Banaras are lit with millions of Diyas.

Dev Diwali 2022 Muhurat

Dev Diwali 2022 Date - Monday, November 07, 2022

Pradoshakal Dev Deepavali Muhurat - 05:14 PM to 07:49 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 35 Mins`    ` 

Purnima Tithi Begins - 04:15 PM on Nov 07, 2022
Purnima Tithi Ends - 04:31 PM on Nov 08, 2022

Dev Diwali 2024 Date

Dev Diwali 2024 Date, Dev Diwali Varanasi 2024

The Dev Deepavali also known as "the Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods" is the festival of Kartik Poornima celebrated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India and is observed on the full moon of the Hindu month of Kartika. Dev Deepawali comes fifteen days after Diwali festival on Kartik Amavasya which is regarded as the darkest night of the year.

Dev Deepawali is a very famous event celebrated every year at Varanasi. Dev Deepawali or more commonly called as Dev Diwali, is celebrated to mark the victory of Lord Shiva over demon Tripurasur (त्रिपुरासुर).  Thus Dev Deepawali Utsav is also known as Tripurotsav or Tripura Purnima Snan or Tripurari Purnima which is observed on the Kartik Purnima day.

Devotees take a dip in the holy water of Ganges on the auspicious day of Kartik Purnima and light earthen lamps or Diya(s) in the evening on Dev Deepawali day. The steps of all the Ghats on the Ganga river, from Ravidas Ghat at the southern end to Rajghat, are lit with millions of earthen lamps in honour of Maa Ganga. Various Ghats of River Ganga along with all temples of Banaras are lit with millions of Diyas.

Dev Diwali 2024 Muhurat

Dev Diwali 2024 Date - Friday, November 15, 2024

Pradoshakal Dev Deepavali Muhurat - 05:10 PM to 07:47 PM
Duration - 02 Hours 37 Mins`    ` 

Purnima Tithi Begins - 06:19 AM on Nov 15, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:58 AM on Nov 16, 2024

Tulsi Vivah 2021 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2021 Date

tulsi vivah kab hai
Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to Sri Hari Vishnu/Sri Krishna.

The Tulsi or basil plant is regarded as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of the god Vishnu. Sri Krishna wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck and Tulsi plant can be seen in almost all Hindu households. Some people light Diya (earthen lamp) below the Tulsi plant every day of the year leaving all Dwadashi tithis and Sundays of the year as touching or giving water or lighting diya below Tulsi is prohibited. Some people light diya below Tulsi plant only in the holy month of Kartik. Tulsi Vivah takes place in the month of Kartik when Vishnu and Krishna temples all over India and the world celebrate Tulsi wedding to Sri Vishnu. 

In Tulsi Vivah, Tulsi who was known as Vrunda in her former birth and Shaligram which is the stone form of Lord Vishnu are married. Tulsi Vivah start on the first Ekadashi (Dev-Prabodhini Ekadashi) after Diwali and goes on till Purnima (15th day). 

Tulsi is sacred plant found in every Hindu household. The Tulsi leaves are offered to Sri Vishnu Bhagvan. Tulsi is found near a holy river called Gandaki. Shree Vishnu said that He will stay on the banks of the Gandaki River in the form of Shaligram to remain with Tulsi forever.

Tulsi Vivah Puja 2021 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah 2021 Date - Monday, November 15, 2021

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 06:39 AM on Nov 15, 2021
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 08:01 AM on Nov 16, 2021

We at www.durganavratri.in wishes Happy Tulsi Vivah to all! 

 

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab 2021 Date

Guru Nanak Jayanti, Gurpurab 2021



Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was the first of the Sikh Gurus and the founder of the Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, is the time for the people to follow his teachings and devote their life in the selfless service of God. The "Gurpurab" word is derived from the joining of two words; Gur -  which means the Guru or  master, and Purab - which comes from the Hindi word parv, which means day. Thus Gurpurab is the day associated with the Guru. Guru Nanak's birthday is celebrated worldwide on the day of Kartik Purnima or the full moon day in the month of kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Guru Nanak Jayanti | When is Gurpurab 2021?

गुरु नानक जयंती 2021 कब है?

Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was born on Vaisakhi Day, April 5, 1469 in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi in the present Shekhupura District of Pakistan, now Nankana Sahib. This is the 552nd birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. The date of the festival changes from year to year. Guru Nanak birthday 2021 is on November 19, Friday.





Guru Nanak Jayanti 2021 Date and Time

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2021 Date - Friday, November 19, 2021

Purnima Tithi Begins - 12:00 PM on Nov 18, 2021
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:26 PM on Nov 19, 2021

Significance And Celebrations Of Gurpurab | Guru Nanak Jayanti


Guru Nanak Gurpurab is the day to remember the Guru Nanak. The five vices - lust, greed, attachment, anger and pride should be leaved. His teachings became part of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs. Two days before the Guru Nank Jayanti festival, Akhand Path - a 48-hour non-stop reading of the holy book of the Sikhs, "Guru Granth Sahib" is held at Gurdwaras. Nagarkirtan, a procession of devotees, is organised a day before Gurpurab. The procession is led with the holy book, "Guru Granth Sahib" and the Nishan Sahib (the Sikh flag) inside a buggy and followed by devotees singing hymns and prayers. People also perform 'Gatka', which is a type of marshal art with the sword.

Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrations start as early as 3 am, on the day of the festival. The time period between 3 am and 6 am is known as Amrit Vela, which is considered the appropriate time for recitation of hymns and meditation. Katha and Kirtan, a recital of scriptures and hymns in the praise of the Guru is carried out.

Guru Nanak Jayanti Langar | Guru Ka Langar


The Gurpurab celebrations are held with great fervour and joy at Golden Temple, Amritsar. Gurdwaras including Golden Temple organise a special community lunch, called Guru ka langar, which is served to anyone who wishes to come. Guru ka Langar is always a vegetarian and delicious meal. Lots of people can be seen preparing the langar in the kitchen. Kada Prasad is prepared and offered to Guru on this day to celebrate the holy festival of Gurpurab. Kada Prasad is a traditional sweet made using wheat flour, ghee and sugar. The Kada prasad is prepared in large quantities for people. This practise of distributing Langar and Kada prasad is the part of community service (seva) in the Sikh culture.

Wish you a very Happy Gurpurab 2021!

We at www.durganavratri.in wishes Happy Gurpurab 2021 to all! 

 

Tulsi Vivah 2025 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2025 Date

Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Sri Hari Vishnu/Sri Krishna.

The Tulsi or basil plant is regarded as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of the god Vishnu. Sri Krishna wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck and Tulsi plant can be seen in almost all Hindu households. Some people light Diya (earthen lamp) below the Tulsi plant every day of the year leaving all Dwadashi tithis and Sundays of the year as touching or giving water or lighting diya below Tulsi is prohibited. Some people light diya below Tulsi plant only in the holy month of Kartik. Tulsi Vivah takes place in the month of Kartik when Vishnu and Krishna temples all over India and the world celebrate Tulsi wedding to Sri Vishnu. 

Tulsi Vivah Puja 2025 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah 2025 Date - Sunday, November 02, 2025

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 07:31 AM on Nov 02, 2025
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 05:07 AM on Nov 03, 2025

Tulsi Vivah 2024 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2024 Date

Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Sri Hari Vishnu/Sri Krishna.

The Tulsi or basil plant is regarded as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of the god Vishnu. Sri Krishna wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck and Tulsi plant can be seen in almost all Hindu households. Some people light Diya (earthen lamp) below the Tulsi plant every day of the year leaving all Dwadashi tithis and Sundays of the year as touching or giving water or lighting diya below Tulsi is prohibited. Some people light diya below Tulsi plant only in the holy month of Kartik. Tulsi Vivah takes place in the month of Kartik when Vishnu and Krishna temples all over India and the world celebrate Tulsi wedding to Sri Vishnu. 

Tulsi Vivah Puja 2024 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah 2024 Date - Wednesday, November 13, 2024

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 04:04 PM on Nov 12, 2024
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 01:01 PM on Nov 13, 2024

Tulsi Vivah 2023 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2023 Date

Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Sri Hari Vishnu/Sri Krishna.

The Tulsi or basil plant is regarded as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of the god Vishnu. Sri Krishna wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck and Tulsi plant can be seen in almost all Hindu households. Some people light Diya (earthen lamp) below the Tulsi plant every day of the year leaving all Dwadashi tithis and Sundays of the year as touching or giving water or lighting diya below Tulsi is prohibited. Some people light diya below Tulsi plant only in the holy month of Kartik. Tulsi Vivah takes place in the month of Kartik when Vishnu and Krishna temples all over India and the world celebrate Tulsi wedding to Sri Vishnu. 

Tulsi Vivah Puja 2023 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah 2023 Date - Friday, November 24, 2023

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 09:01 PM on Nov 23, 2023
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 07:06 PM on Nov 24, 2023

Tulsi Vivah 2022 Date

Tulsi Vivah 2022 Date

Tulsi Vivah is the ceremonial marriage of the Tulsi plant (holy basil) to the Sri Hari Vishnu/Sri Krishna.

The Tulsi or basil plant is regarded as a manifestation of the goddess Lakshmi, the consort of the god Vishnu. Sri Krishna wears a garland of holy basil leaves and flowers around his neck and Tulsi plant can be seen in almost all Hindu households. Some people light Diya (earthen lamp) below the Tulsi plant every day of the year leaving all Dwadashi tithis and Sundays of the year as touching or giving water or lighting diya below Tulsi is prohibited. Some people light diya below Tulsi plant only in the holy month of Kartik. Tulsi Vivah takes place in the month of Kartik when Vishnu and Krishna temples all over India and the world celebrate Tulsi wedding to Sri Vishnu. 

Tulsi Vivah Puja 2022 Date and Time

Tulsi Vivah 2022 Date - Saturday, November 05, 2022

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 06:08 PM on Nov 04, 2022
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 05:06 PM on Nov 05, 2022

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab 2025 Date

Guru Nanak Jayanti, Gurpurab 2025

Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was the first of the Sikh Gurus and the founder of the Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, is the time for the people to follow his teachings and devote their life in the selfless service of God. The "Gurpurab" word is derived from the joining of two words; Gur -  which means the Guru or  master, and Purab - which comes from the Hindi word parv, which means day. Thus Gurpurab is the day associated with the Guru. Guru Nanak's birthday is celebrated worldwide on the day of Kartik Purnima or the full moon day in the month of kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2025 Date and Time

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2025 Date - Wednesday, November 05, 2025

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:36 PM on Nov 04, 2025
Purnima Tithi Ends - 06:48 PM on Nov 05, 2025

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab 2024 Date

Guru Nanak Jayanti, Gurpurab 2024

Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was the first of the Sikh Gurus and the founder of the Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, is the time for the people to follow his teachings and devote their life in the selfless service of God. The "Gurpurab" word is derived from the joining of two words; Gur -  which means the Guru or  master, and Purab - which comes from the Hindi word parv, which means day. Thus Gurpurab is the day associated with the Guru. Guru Nanak's birthday is celebrated worldwide on the day of Kartik Purnima or the full moon day in the month of kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2024 Date and Time

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2024 Date - Friday, November 15, 2024

Purnima Tithi Begins - 06:19 AM on Nov 15, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:58 AM on Nov 16, 2024

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab 2023 Date

Guru Nanak Jayanti, Gurpurab 2023

Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was the first of the Sikh Gurus and the founder of the Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, is the time for the people to follow his teachings and devote their life in the selfless service of God. The "Gurpurab" word is derived from the joining of two words; Gur -  which means the Guru or  master, and Purab - which comes from the Hindi word parv, which means day. Thus Gurpurab is the day associated with the Guru. Guru Nanak's birthday is celebrated worldwide on the day of Kartik Purnima or the full moon day in the month of kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2023 Date and Time

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2023 Date - Monday, November 27, 2023

Purnima Tithi Begins - 03:53 PM on Nov 26, 2023
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:45 PM on Nov 27, 2023

Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurpurab 2022 Date

Guru Nanak Jayanti, Gurpurab 2022

Guru Nanak (1469-1539 C.E.) was the first of the Sikh Gurus and the founder of the Sikhism. Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, is the time for the people to follow his teachings and devote their life in the selfless service of God. The "Gurpurab" word is derived from the joining of two words; Gur -  which means the Guru or  master, and Purab - which comes from the Hindi word parv, which means day. Thus Gurpurab is the day associated with the Guru. Guru Nanak's birthday is celebrated worldwide on the day of Kartik Purnima or the full moon day in the month of kartik as per Hindu lunar calendar.

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2022 Date and Time

Guru Nanak Jayanti 2022 Date - Tuesday, November 08, 2022

Purnima Tithi Begins - 04:15 PM on Nov 07, 2022
Purnima Tithi Ends - 04:31 PM on Nov 08, 2022

Kartik Purnima 2021 Date

Kartik Purnima 2021 Date

Kartik Purnima, or Karthik Poornima, is the full moon day in the month of Kartik and it often marks the end of the Kartik month in traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik (October – November) is the eighth month in the traditional Hindi calendar and Marathi calendar and comes as the first month in the Gujarati Calendar. Kartik Purnima date is on November 12, 2019. The day of Kartik Purnima is one of the important religious events for Hindus on Kartik Poornima day and you must take a dip or bath in River Ganga or other holy rivers on this day of Kartik Snaan. After dip in the holy ganges, devotees worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu.

Kartik Purnima 2021 Date and Time

Kartik Purnima 2021 Date - Friday, November 19, 2021

Purnima Tithi Begins - 12:00 PM on Nov 18, 2021
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:26 PM on Nov 19, 2021

Killing of Tripurasura and Diwali of Gods

Kartik Purnima is observed as the Diwali of the Gods or the Dev Diwali. Tripurasura created 3 cities in space and called them together Tripura.Lord Shiva killed demon Tripurasura on this day of Kartik Purnima and thus this day is also known as Tripura Purnima and after this, Lord Shiva came to be known as "Tripurari".

Get 100 times more Punya on Kartik Purnima

People often can be seen on the pilgrimage all over the country and it is considered that if you do daan (donation) to poor, do worship gods and goddesses, do everything good, then you will get the 100 times more punya on the day of Kartik Purnima than on normal days equivalent to 10 Yajnas. Special pujas and rituals are performed in temples across the country and people also observe fast on Purnima day. The Kartik month along with four month long Chatur Maas and Akashdeep festival in Kashi concludes on this day of Kartik Purnima. Some communities also perform Tulsi Vivah and Tulsi Puja final day rituals end on the day which starts with Prabodhini Ekadashi.

Kartik Purnima Mela

Kartik Purnima Mela on the banks of Ganga River at Garh Mukteshwar is a great attraction with a million devotees. It is said that a mere darshan of River Ganga at Garh Mukteshwar will get one Moksha (salvation) and this bathing ritual in Garh Mukteshwar Bridge Ghat in Uttar Pradesh is taking place for more than 5000 years.

Bhishma Panchaka fasting started on Ekadashi day ends on the day of Kartik Purnima. Vaikuntha Chaturdashi fasting and Puja is performed on Chaturdashi Tithi i.e. one day before Kartik Purnima. Lord Vishnu worshipped Lord Shiva on the day of Kartik Chaturdashi during Shukla Paksha and offered Him one thousand lotus flowers. On Dev Deepawali or the day of Kartik Poornima, devotees light earthen lamps or Diya(s) in the evening. It is also believed that Lord Vishnu awoke on this day of Kartik Poornima after a long sleep and thus celebration of Dev-Deepawali.In Tamil Calendar, it is known as the Aani Purnima.

What To Do/Not to do on Kartik Poornima

You must not do any violence on this day. Hair cutting, shaving, tree cutting, flower and fruit plucking, crop cutting and sexual activities are prohibited on this day. Lamps are lit at temples and at homes for the entire night, as this is the day of illumination. People light 360 or 720 wicks on this day at the place of worship in hope of getting salvation after death. 720 wicks symbolize the 360 days and nights of the years. It's known as Kartika Diparatna People also light diyas near the holy Tulsi plant, Sacred Fig and Amla. It is believed that this light of lamps help other creatures like fishes, birds and insects in attaining salvation by seeing the holy light.

Kartik Poornima is also known as the birthday of Matsya (incarnation of Lord Vishnu as fish) and the birthday of Vrinda (personification of Tulsi plant). Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati was also born on this day of Kartik Pournami. The day is also dedicated to the dead ancestors, known as Pitr.

We at www.durganavratri.in wishes Happy Kartik Purnima to all! 

Kartik Purnima 2022 Date

Kartik Purnima 2022 Date

Kartik Purnima, or Karthik Poornima, is the full moon day in the month of Kartik and it often marks the end of the Kartik month in traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik (October – November) is the eighth month in the traditional Hindi calendar and Marathi calendar and comes as the first month in the Gujarati Calendar. Kartik Purnima date is on November 08, 2022. The day of Kartik Purnima is one of the important religious events for Hindus on Kartik Poornima day and you must take a dip or bath in River Ganga or other holy rivers on this day of Kartik Snaan. After dip in the holy ganges, devotees worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu.

Kartik Purnima 2022 Date and Time

Kartik Purnima 2022 Date - Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Purnima Tithi Begins - 04:15 PM on Nov 07, 2022
Purnima Tithi Ends - 04:31 PM on Nov 08, 2022   

Kartik Purnima 2023 Date

Kartik Purnima 2023 Date

Kartik Purnima, or Karthik Poornima, is the full moon day in the month of Kartik and it often marks the end of the Kartik month in traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik (October – November) is the eighth month in the traditional Hindi calendar and Marathi calendar and comes as the first month in the Gujarati Calendar. Kartik Purnima date is on November 27, 2023. The day of Kartik Purnima is one of the important religious events for Hindus on Kartik Poornima day and you must take a dip or bath in River Ganga or other holy rivers on this day of Kartik Snaan. After dip in the holy ganges, devotees worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu.

Kartik Purnima 2023 Date and Time

Kartik Purnima 2023 Date - Monday, November 27, 2023

Purnima Tithi Begins - 03:53 PM on Nov 26, 2023
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:45 PM on Nov 27, 2023

Kartik Purnima 2024 Date

Kartik Purnima 2024 Date

Kartik Purnima, or Karthik Poornima, is the full moon day in the month of Kartik and it often marks the end of the Kartik month in traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik (October – November) is the eighth month in the traditional Hindi calendar and Marathi calendar and comes as the first month in the Gujarati Calendar. Kartik Purnima date is on November 15, 2024. The day of Kartik Purnima is one of the important religious events for Hindus on Kartik Poornima day and you must take a dip or bath in River Ganga or other holy rivers on this day of Kartik Snaan. After dip in the holy ganges, devotees worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu.

Kartik Purnima 2024 Date and Time

Kartik Purnima 2024 Date - Friday, November 15, 2024

Purnima Tithi Begins - 06:19 AM on Nov 15, 2024
Purnima Tithi Ends - 02:58 AM on Nov 16, 2024

Kartik Purnima 2025 Date

Kartik Purnima 2025 Date

Kartik Purnima, or Karthik Poornima, is the full moon day in the month of Kartik and it often marks the end of the Kartik month in traditional Hindu calendar. Kartik (October – November) is the eighth month in the traditional Hindi calendar and Marathi calendar and comes as the first month in the Gujarati Calendar. Kartik Purnima date is on November 05, 2025. The day of Kartik Purnima is one of the important religious events for Hindus on Kartik Poornima day and you must take a dip or bath in River Ganga or other holy rivers on this day of Kartik Snaan. After dip in the holy ganges, devotees worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Vishnu.

Kartik Purnima 2025 Date and Time

Kartik Purnima 2025 Date - Wednesday, November 5, 2025

Purnima Tithi Begins - 10:36 PM on Nov 04, 2025
Purnima Tithi Ends - 06:48 PM on Nov 05, 2025

Gopashtami 2021 Date

Gopashtami 2021 Date - Sri Krishna and Cow Worship Day


Gopashtami falls on Shukla Paksha Ashtami Tithi in the holy month of Kartik. Gopashtami is believed to be the day when Nanda Maharaja sent his children Krishna and Balarama to herd the cows for the first time. Gopashtami festival is celebrated mainly in North India and more famous in Mathura, Barsana, Vrindavan and other Braj areas in various Gau Shalas and other holy places like Shri Krishna Temple - Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara, ISKCON temples all over India.

Gopashtami Puja Timings

Gopashtami 2021 Date - Thursday, November 11, 2021

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 06:49 AM on Nov 11, 2021
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 05:51 AM on Nov 12, 2021

Amla Navami 2022 Date

Amla Navami 2022 Date, Akshaya Navami Date

Akshaya Navami (अक्षय नवमी) is observed on Shukla Navami day (two days before Dev Uthani Ekadashi) in Hindu Kartik month. Akshaya Navami is regarded as the day when Satya Yuga began. Thus Akshaya Navami day is also known as Satya Yugadi. On this day of Akshaya Navami, it is of great significance to carry all sorts of Daan-Punya deeds. The name "Akshaya" itself means never diminish or would remain forever.Thus doing any charitable or devotional activities on Akshaya Navami day is believed that it would never diminish and benefit the person not only in this life but also in future births.

Amla Navami 2022 Muhurat

Amla Navami 2022 Date - Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Akshaya Navami Purvahna Time - 06:34 AM to 12:04 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 05 Hours 31 Mins

Navami Tithi Begins - 11:04 PM on Nov 1, 2022
Navami Tithi Ends - 09:09 PM on Nov 2, 2022

Amla Navami 2023 Date

Amla Navami 2023 Date, Akshaya Navami Date

Akshaya Navami (अक्षय नवमी) is observed on Shukla Navami day (two days before Dev Uthani Ekadashi) in Hindu Kartik month. Akshaya Navami is regarded as the day when Satya Yuga began. Thus Akshaya Navami day is also known as Satya Yugadi. On this day of Akshaya Navami, it is of great significance to carry all sorts of Daan-Punya deeds. The name "Akshaya" itself means never diminish or would remain forever.Thus doing any charitable or devotional activities on Akshaya Navami day is believed that it would never diminish and benefit the person not only in this life but also in future births.

Amla Navami 2023 Muhurat

Amla Navami 2023 Date - Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Akshaya Navami Purvahna Time - 06:48 AM to 12:07 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 05 Hours 19 Mins

Navami Tithi Begins - 03:16 AM on Nov 21, 2023
Navami Tithi Ends - 01:09 AM on Nov 22, 2023

Amla Navami 2024 Date

Amla Navami 2024 Date, Akshaya Navami Date

Akshaya Navami (अक्षय नवमी) is observed on Shukla Navami day (two days before Dev Uthani Ekadashi) in Hindu Kartik month. Akshaya Navami is regarded as the day when Satya Yuga began. Thus Akshaya Navami day is also known as Satya Yugadi. On this day of Akshaya Navami, it is of great significance to carry all sorts of Daan-Punya deeds. The name "Akshaya" itself means never diminish or would remain forever.Thus doing any charitable or devotional activities on Akshaya Navami day is believed that it would never diminish and benefit the person not only in this life but also in future births.

Amla Navami 2024 Muhurat

Amla Navami 2024 Date - Sunday, November 10, 2024

Akshaya Navami Purvahna Time - 06:40 AM to 12:05 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 05 Hours 25 Mins

Navami Tithi Begins - 10:45 PM on Nov 09, 2024
Navami Tithi Ends - 09:01 PM on Nov 10, 2024

Amla Navami 2025 Date

Amla Navami 2025 Date, Akshaya Navami Date

Akshaya Navami (अक्षय नवमी) is observed on Shukla Navami day (two days before Dev Uthani Ekadashi) in Hindu Kartik month. Akshaya Navami is regarded as the day when Satya Yuga began. Thus Akshaya Navami day is also known as Satya Yugadi. On this day of Akshaya Navami, it is of great significance to carry all sorts of Daan-Punya deeds. The name "Akshaya" itself means never diminish or would remain forever.Thus doing any charitable or devotional activities on Akshaya Navami day is believed that it would never diminish and benefit the person not only in this life but also in future births.

Amla Navami 2025 Muhurat

Amla Navami 2025 Date - Friday, October 31, 2025

Akshaya Navami Purvahna Time - 06:32 AM to 10:03 AM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 03 Hours 31 Mins

Navami Tithi Begins - 10:06 AM on Oct 30, 2025
Navami Tithi Ends - 10:03 AM on Oct 31, 2025

Amla Navami 2021 Date

Amla Navami 2021 Date, Akshaya Navami Date


Akshaya Navami (अक्षय नवमी) is observed on Shukla Navami day (two days before Dev Uthani Ekadashi) in Hindu Kartik month. Akshaya Navami is regarded as the day when Satya Yuga began. Thus Akshaya Navami day is also known as Satya Yugadi. On this day of Akshaya Navami, it is of great significance to carry all sorts of Daan-Punya deeds. The name "Akshaya" itself means never diminish or would remain forever.Thus doing any charitable or devotional activities on Akshaya Navami day is believed that it would never diminish and benefit the person not only in this life but also in future births.

Akshaya Navami day is as important as Akshaya Tritiya 2022. Akshaya Tritiya is the day when Treta Yuga began and Akshaya Navami is the day when Satya Yuga began.

Parikrama of Mathura-Vrindavan on the Akshaya Navami day is considered very auspicious. Devotees in large numbers come and do parikrama of Mathura-Vrindavan to earn the maximum and never ending Punya on the auspicious day of Satyuga.

Amla tree is worshipped as it regarded as the abode of all Gods and Goddesses. Amla is very dear to Sri Vishnu and on this day of Amla Navami, Lakshmi and Vishnu are worshipped. As Amla tree is worshipped on the auspicious day of Akshaya Navami, the day of Akshaya Navami is also known by the name of Amla Navami (आंवला नवमी). Jagaddhatri Puja is observed on this day in West Bengal.


Akshaya Navami 2021 Muhurat

Amla Navami 2021 Date - Friday, November 12, 2021

Akshaya Navami Purvahna Time - 06:41 AM to 12:05 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 05 Hours 24 Mins

Navami Tithi Begins - 05:51 AM on Nov 12, 2021
Navami Tithi Ends - 05:31 AM on Nov 13, 2021

Do you know how the Amla Tree was born?

When the whole earth was completely in water and there was no life, then Sri Brahma sitting on a lotus flower was deeply immersed in doing austerity for the supreme lord. At this point of time, tears fell from the eyes of Brahma out of the love for the Supreme lord. It is then from these tears Amla tree was born.

What you must do on Amla Navami Day/Akshaya Navami Day?

  • You must, if possible, bath in the river Ganges(Ganga) or use some water from the river Ganga while bathing.
  • You must eat Amla on Amla Navami and also donate some to the needy or in the temple. If you eat Amla on a daily basis, you get a long and healthy life.


Amla Navami Legend


A Chandala came into a forest for hunting birds and deers. While he was searching for them, he felt hungry. He saw an Amla tree and plucked some Amla and ate them. When he climbed down, he fell and died. When Yamraj’s attendants came to take away his soul, they could not do so. Yamraj was astonished by this and asked for help from sages. They enlightened him and said that they could not take Chandala’s soul with them as he had eaten Amla just before he died.

Akshaya Navami is also observed as ‘Kushmanda Navami.’ As per one legend, Lord Vishnu defeated the demon named ‘Kushmanda’ and stopped the spread of Adharma on this day.

Gopashtami 2024 Date

Gopashtami 2024 Date - Sri Krishna and Cow Worship Day

Gopashtami falls on Shukla Paksha Ashtami Tithi in the holy month of Kartik. Gopashtami is believed to be the day when Nanda Maharaja sent his children Krishna and Balarama to herd the cows for the first time. Gopashtami festival is celebrated mainly in North India and more famous in Mathura, Barsana, Vrindavan and other Braj areas in various Gau Shalas and other holy places like Shri Krishna Temple - Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara, ISKCON temples all over India.

Cows along with calves are worshipped with first smearing their forehead with roli tilak and then jaggery, sweets, panchamrit, rice and water offered to cows. Fresh green grass is also given to the cows and Gau mata aarti parikrama is then done. We at www.durganavratri.in wishes everyone Happy Gopashtami 2024. गोपाष्टमी की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं |

Gopashtami Puja Timings

Gopashtami 2024 Date - Saturday, November 9, 2024

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 11:56 PM on Nov 08, 2024
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 10:45 PM on Nov 09, 2024

Gopashtami 2025 Date

Gopashtami 2025 Date - Sri Krishna and Cow Worship Day

Gopashtami falls on Shukla Paksha Ashtami Tithi in the holy month of Kartik. Gopashtami is believed to be the day when Nanda Maharaja sent his children Krishna and Balarama to herd the cows for the first time. Gopashtami festival is celebrated mainly in North India and more famous in Mathura, Barsana, Vrindavan and other Braj areas in various Gau Shalas and other holy places like Shri Krishna Temple - Shrinathji Temple Nathdwara, ISKCON temples all over India.

Cows along with calves are worshipped with first smearing their forehead with roli tilak and then jaggery, sweets, panchamrit, rice and water offered to cows. Fresh green grass is also given to the cows and Gau mata aarti parikrama is then done. We at www.durganavratri.in wishes everyone Happy Gopashtami 2025. गोपाष्टमी की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं |

Gopashtami Puja Timings

Gopashtami 2025 Date - Thursday, October 30, 2025

Ashtami Tithi Begins - 09:23 AM on Oct 29, 2025
Ashtami Tithi Ends - 10:06 AM on Oct 30, 2025

Chhath Puja 2021 Date

Chhath Puja 2021 Date


Chhath Puja is dedicated to Sun God or Lord Surya and his wife known as "Chhathi Maiya" or Goddess Usha. Lord Surya is the deity worshipped during four days of Chhath Puja and the Sun God and his wife Usha are thanked for providing life on earth. Chhath Puja occurs the sixth day after Diwali and the fasting is mainly observed in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, UP and also Nepal by women folks for the well-being of sons and the happiness of the family. 

Chhath Puja Muhurat/ Chhath Puja 2021 Date is given below: 

Chhath Puja Calendar 2021, Surya Shashthi Calendar

Chhath Puja Day 1 (8th November 2021, Monday) - Chaturthi, Nahay Khay
Chhath Puja Day 2 (9th November 2021, Tuesday) - Panchami, Lohanda and Kharna
Chhath Puja Day 3 (10th November 2021, Wednesday) - Shashthi, Chhath Puja, Sandhya Arghya
Chhath Puja Day 4 (11th November 2021, Thursday) - Saptami, Usha Arghya, Parana Day

Sunrise on Chhath Puja Day - 06:03 AM (Patna, Bihar Time)
Sunset on Chhath Puja Day - 05:03 PM (Patna, Bihar Time)

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 10:35 AM on Nov 09, 2021
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 08:25 AM on Nov 10, 2021

Jay Chhath Maiya! We at www.durganavratri.in wishes Happy Chhath Puja to all! 

Chhath Puja 2023 Date

Chhath Puja 2023 Date

Chhath Puja is dedicated to Sun God or Lord Surya and his wife known as "Chhathi Maiya" or Goddess Usha. Lord Surya is the deity worshipped during four days of Chhath Puja and the Sun God and his wife Usha are thanked for providing life on earth. Chhath Puja occurs the sixth day after Diwali and the fasting is mainly observed in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, UP and also Nepal by women folks for the well-being of sons and the happiness of the family. The main day to perform Chhath Puja is Kartika Shukla Shashthi, which is the sixth day of the Kartik month.

Chhath Puja Muhurat/ Chhath Puja 2023 Date is given below: 

Chhath Puja Calendar 2023, Surya Shashthi Calendar

Chhath Puja Day 1 (17th November 2023, Friday) - Chaturthi, Nahay Khay
Chhath Puja Day 2 (18th November 2023, Saturday) - Panchami, Lohanda and Kharna
Chhath Puja Day 3 (19th November 2023, Sunday) - Shashthi, Chhath Puja, Sandhya Arghya
Chhath Puja Day 4 (20th November 2023, Monday) - Saptami, Usha Arghya, Parana Day

Sunrise on Chhath Puja Day - 06:09 AM (Patna, Bihar Time)
Sunset on Chhath Puja Day - 05:00 PM (Patna, Bihar Time)

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 09:18 AM on Nov 18, 2023
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 07:23 AM on Nov 19, 2023

Chhath Puja 2024 Date

Chhath Puja 2024 Date

Chhath Puja is dedicated to Sun God or Lord Surya and his wife known as "Chhathi Maiya" or Goddess Usha. Lord Surya is the deity worshipped during four days of Chhath Puja and the Sun God and his wife Usha are thanked for providing life on earth. Chhath Puja occurs the sixth day after Diwali and the fasting is mainly observed in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, UP and also Nepal by women folks for the well-being of sons and the happiness of the family. The main day to perform Chhath Puja is Kartika Shukla Shashthi, which is the sixth day of the Kartik month.

Chhath Puja Muhurat/ Chhath Puja 2024 Date is given below: 

Chhath Puja Calendar 2024, Surya Shashthi Calendar

Chhath Puja Day 1 (5th November 2024, Tuesday) - Chaturthi, Nahay Khay
Chhath Puja Day 2 (6th November 2024, Wednesday) - Panchami, Lohanda and Kharna
Chhath Puja Day 3 (7th November 2024, Thursday) - Shashthi, Chhath Puja, Sandhya Arghya
Chhath Puja Day 4 (8th November 2024, Friday) - Saptami, Usha Arghya, Parana Day

Sunrise on Chhath Puja Day - 06:02 AM (Patna, Bihar Time)
Sunset on Chhath Puja Day - 05:04 PM (Patna, Bihar Time)

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 12:41 AM on Nov 07, 2024
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 12:34 AM on Nov 08, 2024

Chhath Puja 2025 Date

Chhath Puja 2025 Date

Chhath Puja is dedicated to Sun God or Lord Surya and his wife known as "Chhathi Maiya" or Goddess Usha. Lord Surya is the deity worshipped during four days of Chhath Puja and the Sun God and his wife Usha are thanked for providing life on earth. Chhath Puja occurs the sixth day after Diwali and the fasting is mainly observed in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, UP and also Nepal by women folks for the well-being of sons and the happiness of the family. The main day to perform Chhath Puja is Kartika Shukla Shashthi, which is the sixth day of the Kartik month.

Chhath Puja Muhurat/ Chhath Puja 2025 Date is given below: 

Chhath Puja Calendar 2025, Surya Shashthi Calendar

Chhath Puja Day 1 (26th October 2025, Sunday) - Chaturthi, Nahay Khay
Chhath Puja Day 2 (27th October 2025, Monday) - Panchami, Lohanda and Kharna
Chhath Puja Day 3 (28th October 2025, Tuesday) - Shashthi, Chhath Puja, Sandhya Arghya
Chhath Puja Day 4 (29th October 2025, Wednesday) - Saptami, Usha Arghya, Parana Day

Sunrise on Chhath Puja Day - 05:55 AM (Patna, Bihar Time)
Sunset on Chhath Puja Day - 05:11 PM (Patna, Bihar Time)

Shashthi Tithi Begins - 06:04 AM on Oct 27, 2025
Shashthi Tithi Ends - 07:59 AM on Oct 28, 2025

Labh Pancham 2021 Date

Labh Pancham 2021 Date

Labh Pancham or Labh Panchami (Hindi: लाभ पंचमी, Gujarati: લાભ પાંચમ) is celebrated on the Shukla Paksh Panchami tithi in the month of Kartik which comes one week after Kali Chaudas and five days after Diwali. Labh means Profit or Benefit and and Pancham means fifth. Labh Panchami refers to profit and good luck. In Gujarat, it is known as Saubhagya Panchami, Gyan Panchami, Laakheni Panchami and Labh Pancham. It is also known as Saubhagya-Labh Panchami in other regions. Saubhagya and Labh means good luck and profit.
 

Labh Panchami 2021 Puja Muhurat

Labh Pancham 2021 Date - Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Pratah Kala Labh Panchami Puja Muhurat - 06:46 AM to 10:30 AM (Surat, Gujarat Time)
Duration - 03 Hours 44 Mins

Panchami Tithi Begins - 01:16 PM on Nov 08, 2021
Panchami Tithi Ends - 10:35 AM on Nov 09, 2021
We at www.durganavratri.in wishes a Happy Labh Pancham 2021

Labh Pancham 2022 Date

Labh Pancham 2022 Date

Labh Pancham or Labh Panchami (Hindi: लाभ पंचमी, Gujarati: લાભ પાંચમ) is celebrated on the Shukla Paksh Panchami tithi in the month of Kartik which comes one week after Kali Chaudas and five days after Diwali. Labh means Profit or Benefit and and Pancham means fifth. Labh Panchami refers to profit and good luck. In Gujarat, it is known as Saubhagya Panchami, Gyan Panchami, Laakheni Panchami and Labh Pancham. It is also known as Saubhagya-Labh Panchami in other regions. Saubhagya and Labh means good luck and profit.

Labh Panchami 2022 Puja Muhurat

Labh Pancham 2022 Date - Saturday, October 29, 2022

Pratah Kala Labh Panchami Puja Muhurat - 08:13 AM to 10:28 AM (Surat, Gujarat Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 15 Mins

Panchami Tithi Begins - 08:13 AM on Oct 29, 2022
Panchami Tithi Ends - 05:49 AM on Oct 30, 2022

Labh Pancham 2024 Date

Labh Pancham 2024 Date

Labh Pancham or Labh Panchami (Hindi: लाभ पंचमी, Gujarati: લાભ પાંચમ) is celebrated on the Shukla Paksh Panchami tithi in the month of Kartik which comes one week after Kali Chaudas and five days after Diwali. Labh means Profit or Benefit and and Pancham means fifth. Labh Panchami refers to profit and good luck. In Gujarat, it is known as Saubhagya Panchami, Gyan Panchami, Laakheni Panchami and Labh Pancham. It is also known as Saubhagya-Labh Panchami in other regions. Saubhagya and Labh means good luck and profit.

Labh Panchami 2024 Puja Muhurat

Labh Pancham 2024 Date - Wednesday, November 6, 2024


Pratah Kala Labh Panchami Puja Muhurat - 06:44 AM to 10:30 AM (Surat, Gujarat Time)
Duration - 03 Hours 45 Mins

Panchami Tithi Begins - 12:16 AM on Nov 06, 2024
Panchami Tithi Ends - 12:41 AM on Nov 07, 2024

Labh Pancham 2025 Date

Labh Pancham 2025 Date

Labh Pancham or Labh Panchami (Hindi: लाभ पंचमी, Gujarati: લાભ પાંચમ) is celebrated on the Shukla Paksh Panchami tithi in the month of Kartik which comes one week after Kali Chaudas and five days after Diwali. Labh means Profit or Benefit and and Pancham means fifth. Labh Panchami refers to profit and good luck. In Gujarat, it is known as Saubhagya Panchami, Gyan Panchami, Laakheni Panchami and Labh Pancham. It is also known as Saubhagya-Labh Panchami in other regions. Saubhagya and Labh means good luck and profit.

Labh Panchami 2025 Puja Muhurat

Labh Pancham 2025 Date - Sunday, October 26, 2025


Pratah Kala Labh Panchami Puja Muhurat - 06:39 AM to 10:28 AM (Surat, Gujarat Time)
Duration - 03 Hours 49 Mins

Panchami Tithi Begins - 03:48 AM on Oct 26, 2025
Panchami Tithi Ends - 06:04 AM on Oct 27, 2025

Dhanvantari Aarti Lyrics in Hindi

Dhanvantari is the god of Ayurveda. Below we have given Dhanvantari Aarti Lyrics in Hindi and Dhanvantari Aarti Video.

श्री भगवान धन्वंतरि जी की आरती


जय धन्वंतरि देवा, जय धन्वंतरि जी देवा।
जरा-रोग से पीड़ित, जन-जन सुख देवा।।जय धन्वं.।।

तुम समुद्र से निकले, अमृत कलश लिए।
देवासुर के संकट आकर दूर किए।।जय धन्वं.।।

आयुर्वेद बनाया, जग में फैलाया।
सदा स्वस्थ रहने का, साधन बतलाया।।जय धन्वं.।।

भुजा चार अति सुंदर, शंख सुधा धारी।
आयुर्वेद वनस्पति से शोभा भारी।।जय धन्वं.।।

तुम को जो नित ध्यावे, रोग नहीं आवे।
असाध्य रोग भी उसका, निश्चय मिट जावे।।जय धन्वं.।।

हाथ जोड़कर प्रभुजी, दास खड़ा तेरा।
वैद्य-समाज तुम्हारे चरणों का घेरा।।जय धन्वं.।।

धन्वंतरिजी की आरती जो कोई नर गावे।
रोग-शोक न आए, सुख-समृद्धि पावे।।जय धन्वं.।।

Govatsa Dwadashi 2021 Date

Govatsa Dwadashi 2021 Date, Vagh Baras, Vasu Baras 2021

Dedicated to the worship of Cows and Calves, Govatsa Dwadashi falls on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month as per Hindu calendar. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated one day before Dhanteras. People offer food to the cows on the day to seek their blessings and some even observe a day-long fast on the day. People who observe Govatsa Dwadashi do not eat any wheat and milk products on the day. Govatsa Dwadashi is also known as Nandini Vrat. Nandini is a divine cow in Hinduism.

Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vasu Baras which is regarded as the first day of Deepavali in Maharashtra and it is celebrated as Vagh Baras in Gujarat. Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vagh in some northern states, which means repaying one’s financial debts. On this day, businessmen clear their accounts books and do not make further transactions in their new ledgers.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2021 Puja Date and Time

Govatsa Dwadashi 2021 Date - Monday, November 1, 2021

Pradoshkala Govatsa Dwadashi Muhurat - 05:36 PM to 08:11 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 36 Mins

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 01:21 PM on Nov 01, 2021
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 11:31 AM on Nov 02, 2021

Govatsa Dwadashi History

Govatsa Dwadashi was first observed with fasting, by King Uttānapāda (the son of Svayambhuva Manu) and his wife Suniti. The King and Queen were blessed with a son named Dhruva after their fast and prayers. 

Govatsa Dwadashi Rituals

Cows and calves are bathed, draped in clothes and made to wear flower garlands. Vermilion/ turmeric powder is applied on their foreheads. Wheat products, gram and mung bean sprouts are then given to the cows and calves. People pay their respect to the Holy Cow for their contribution to the sustenance and nourishment of human life. Aartis are also recited for cows. As bulls are used for agriculture, they are also worshipped for their contribution.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2021: Significance

The significance of Govatsa Dwadashi is mentioned in Bhavishya Purana. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated to pay tribute to 'Nandini', the divine cow (गौ माता ).  Since ages, Cows are considered holy and sacred animal in the Hindu culture and given the status of holy mother or Gau Mata. Women observe Nandini Vrat on this day for the happiness and long life of their children. It is also believed that any childless couple who worships, feeds a cow on this day and observes a fast is soon blessed with a child. Those who observe fast can consume fruits, sabudana, singhara atta etc. It is also believed that when people see the Dhruva star, their sins are decreased. If possible, people should eat only satvik food on this day. 

Cows represent Kamadhenu and calves symbolise Nandini and are worshipped by Hindu people with utmost devotion. We at www.durganavratri.in wishes a Happy Govatsa Dwadashi 2021, Happy Vagh Baras and Happy Vasu Baras

Govatsa Dwadashi 2022 Date

Govatsa Dwadashi 2022 Date, Vagh Baras, Vasu Baras 2022

Dedicated to the worship of Cows and Calves, Govatsa Dwadashi falls on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month as per Hindu calendar. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated one day before Dhanteras. People offer food to the cows on the day to seek their blessings and some even observe a day-long fast on the day. People who observe Govatsa Dwadashi do not eat any wheat and milk products on the day. Govatsa Dwadashi is also known as Nandini Vrat. Nandini is a divine cow in Hinduism.

Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vasu Baras which is regarded as the first day of Deepavali in Maharashtra and it is celebrated as Vagh Baras in Gujarat. Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vagh in some northern states, which means repaying one’s financial debts. On this day, businessmen clear their accounts books and do not make further transactions in their new ledgers.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2022 Puja Date and Time

Govatsa Dwadashi 2022 Date - Friday, October 21, 2022

Pradoshkala Govatsa Dwadashi Muhurat - 05:46 PM to 08:18 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 32 Mins

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 05:22 PM on Oct 21, 2022
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 06:02 PM on Oct 22, 2022

Govatsa Dwadashi 2023 Date

Govatsa Dwadashi 2023 Date, Vagh Baras, Vasu Baras 2023

Dedicated to the worship of Cows and Calves, Govatsa Dwadashi falls on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month as per Hindu calendar. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated one day before Dhanteras. People offer food to the cows on the day to seek their blessings and some even observe a day-long fast on the day. People who observe Govatsa Dwadashi do not eat any wheat and milk products on the day. Govatsa Dwadashi is also known as Nandini Vrat. Nandini is a divine cow in Hinduism.

Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vasu Baras which is regarded as the first day of Deepavali in Maharashtra and it is celebrated as Vagh Baras in Gujarat. Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vagh in some northern states, which means repaying one’s financial debts. On this day, businessmen clear their accounts books and do not make further transactions in their new ledgers.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2023 Puja Date and Time

Govatsa Dwadashi 2023 Date - Thursday, November 9, 2023

Pradoshkala Govatsa Dwadashi Muhurat - 05:31 PM to 08:09 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 38 Mins

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 10:41 AM on Nov 09, 2023
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 12:35 PM on Nov 10, 2023

Govatsa Dwadashi 2024 Date

Govatsa Dwadashi 2024 Date, Vagh Baras, Vasu Baras 2024

Dedicated to the worship of Cows and Calves, Govatsa Dwadashi falls on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month as per Hindu calendar. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated one day before Dhanteras. People offer food to the cows on the day to seek their blessings and some even observe a day-long fast on the day. People who observe Govatsa Dwadashi do not eat any wheat and milk products on the day. Govatsa Dwadashi is also known as Nandini Vrat. Nandini is a divine cow in Hinduism.

Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vasu Baras which is regarded as the first day of Deepavali in Maharashtra and it is celebrated as Vagh Baras in Gujarat. Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vagh in some northern states, which means repaying one’s financial debts. On this day, businessmen clear their accounts books and do not make further transactions in their new ledgers.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2024 Puja Date and Time

Govatsa Dwadashi 2024 Date - Monday, October 28, 2024

Pradoshkala Govatsa Dwadashi Muhurat - 05:39 PM to 08:13 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 34 Mins

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 07:50 AM on Oct 28, 2024
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 10:31 AM on Oct 29-, 2024

Govatsa Dwadashi 2025 Date

Govatsa Dwadashi 2025 Date, Vagh Baras, Vasu Baras 2025

Dedicated to the worship of Cows and Calves, Govatsa Dwadashi falls on the 12th day of the Krishna Paksha of the Ashwin month as per Hindu calendar. Govatsa Dwadashi is celebrated one day before Dhanteras. People offer food to the cows on the day to seek their blessings and some even observe a day-long fast on the day. People who observe Govatsa Dwadashi do not eat any wheat and milk products on the day. Govatsa Dwadashi is also known as Nandini Vrat. Nandini is a divine cow in Hinduism.

Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vasu Baras which is regarded as the first day of Deepavali in Maharashtra and it is celebrated as Vagh Baras in Gujarat. Govatsa Dwadashi is known as Vagh in some northern states, which means repaying one’s financial debts. On this day, businessmen clear their accounts books and do not make further transactions in their new ledgers.

Govatsa Dwadashi 2025 Puja Date and Time

Govatsa Dwadashi 2025 Date - Friday, October 17, 2025

Pradoshkala Govatsa Dwadashi Muhurat - 05:49 PM to 08:20 PM (New Delhi Time)
Duration - 02 Hours 31 Mins

Dwadashi Tithi Begins - 11:12 AM on Oct 17, 2025
Dwadashi Tithi Ends - 12:18 PM on Oct 18, 2025

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