Sakat Chauth 2024 Date Shubh Muhurat poojavidhi moonrise time dos and donts of Sakat Chauth 2024
Sakat Chauth 2024 Now, Shubh Muhurat and Poojavidhi: According to Hindu calendar, Sakat Chauth is celebrated on Chaturthi date of Krishna Paksha in Magh month. There is a religious belief that worshiping Lord Ganesha and Chandradev on this day brings blessings of long life and good health to children. This year the Sakat Chauth fast will be observed today ie on 29 January 2024. It is also known as Sankashti Chaturthi, Vakratundi Chaturthi and Tilkuta Chauth. Worshiping Gauriputra Ganesha, Sakat Mata and Chandradev on this day gives relief from all troubles and brings happiness, prosperity and prosperity in life. Let us know the exact date of Sakat Chauth fasting, auspicious time, moonrise time and dos and don’ts during fasting.
When is Sakat Chauth 2024?
According to the Hindu calendar, Chaturthi Tithi starts at 6:10 am on January 29, 2024 and continues till 8:55 am on the next day i.e. January 30, 2024. So, according to Udayatithi, Ganesh Chaturthi will be celebrated on 29 January 2024.
Moonrise time: According to the Panchang, this year the Sakat Chauth fast will be observed at Shobhan Yoga. Moonrise will occur on January 29, 2024 at 8:52 pm. However, there may be slight differences in the moonrise time in different cities.
Wake up early in the morning on the day of Sakat Chauth.
Put on clean clothes after showering.
Give water at sunrise.
After this worship Lord Ganesha.
Worship Lord Ganesha according to night rituals.
Read the fast story of Sakat Chauth and do their aarti.
Then offer sesame laddus and sweets to Ganeshji.
After the moon rises, offer water to the moon.
Remember these things on the day of Sakat Chauth
Do not wear dark colored clothes during Sakat Chauth worship.
You can wear yellow or red colored clothes for worship on this day.
While offering water to Chandradev, be careful that the water does not splash the feet.
On this day, after worshiping Lord Ganesha, offer water to the moon. Without it the fast is considered incomplete.
Do not use basil leaves during puja. Make sure to offer Durva to Lord Ganesha.
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