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Pitru paksha dates and time


Pitru Paksha is when Hindus perform the ceremony of Shradha or Tarpana for their ancestors. A sixteen lunar day-long timing is considered inauspicious. No new deeds, happy ceremonies, or celebrations are performed during this phase. Every day has its importance, and people who died on the same Hindu Tithi are remembered, and death rites are performed for that family member. There is a fantastic fact relating to Pitra paksh; these are done only for adults and not for children lost by family. The last day of the Shradha is the one ordinary day when rituals are done, commonly for young ones and people whose death dates are unknown. If a person doesn’t follow these rituals, Pitra Dosha is attracted, and this is the common reason why people have Pitra Peda. It can be identified through analysis of their Kundali.

How Pitr is related to Pitru Paksh?

Though it is not a very encouraging time, rites, and rituals during this phase of the year allow a family to grow in every way. The 16-lunar days only happen once a year, and at this time, people invite Pandits and Panditains to accept the Shradha food and allow them to gift Brahmins food and clothes. Feeding Brahmins consider, and one is feeding their ancestors. It is a way to offer prayers, show gratitude, and remember your forefathers with happiness at heart. The ancestors are believed to be the guiding angels who look after the next generation's well-being. During this period, prayers and food offered to them were a way to show gratification and humbleness.  

Pitru paksha Start 2023 dates and time

From 29 Sept 2023 to 14 Oct 2023 will be the Pitra paksh. The timing comes once a year; according to Hindu Calendar, it starts with the Purnima (Full moon Day) of Shukla paksha, specifically the falling Bhadrapada month. The last day is Amavasya (No Moon Day) of Krishna paksha, and it takes 16 lunar days to complete this cycle. It is the time of the year when Hindus ditch non-veg food and prefer having Satvik meals. Plus, this is the time when people buy no new clothes or initiate no new ventures. It is the specific time when no marriages or happy times are celebrated. It is the time when people seek the blessing of Lord Shiva by visiting Trimbakeshwar Temple and performing rites under the guidance of a priest.

29 Sep 2023, Friday- Purnima Shraddha & Prati Pada Shraddha (Two Shraddha Falling on the same day)

30 Sep 2023, Saturday- Dwitiya Shraddha

1 Oct 2023, Sunday- Tritiya Shraddha

2 Oct 2023, Monday-Chaturthi Shraddha & Maha Shraddha

3 Oct 2023, Tuesday- Panchami Shraddha

4 Oct 2023, Wednesday- Shashthi Shraddha

5 Oct 2023, Thursday- Saptami Shraddha

6 Oct 2023, Friday- Ashtami Shraddha

7 Oct 2023, Saturday- Navami Shraddha

8 Oct 2023, Sunday- Dashami Shraddha

9 Oct 2023, Monday- Ekadashi Shraddha

10 Oct 2023, Tuesday- Magha Shraddha

11 Oct 2023, Wednesday- Dwadashi Shraddha

12 Oct 2023, Thursday- Trayodashi Shraddha

13 Oct 2023, Friday- Chaturdashi Shraddha

14 Oct 2023, Saturday- Sarva Pitru Amavasya

What is the importance of Pitra Paksh?

In Human life, every person sins knowingly or unknowingly. Such sins hamper their peace of soul, and even after death, they have to pay for the sins committed during their lifetime. The next generation has a chance to help these ancestors' souls authentically find peace by performing Shradha. The rites, which are a part of the Shradh, allow these disturbed souls to find peace. It is believed that there is a Pitru Loka which is the place where the souls find their place after death; it is between Earth and heaven. To reach heaven, Pitru Loka needs to be cleared. With proper Shradh rites, souls can leave Pitru Loka and find their peace in heaven.  

But, there are other reasons apart from sins that disrupt certain souls. These are disturbed souls who have died before their actual time to depart from Earth. It can be caused due to unnatural death or sudden loss of life due to murder, suicide, and other unnatural causes of death. In such cases, spirits cannot meet the eternal power or find a place in Heaven. As a result, they are often stuck between Earth and Heaven in Pitru Loka. The spirits find their peace and reach Heaven if proper rites are performed for those souls by the next generation during this period. 

Importance of Pitru Paksha in Trimbakeshwar

Pitru paksha in trimbakeshwar

A holy place is the right one to be the ultimate way to offer prayers and perform rites for the ancestors. Lord Shiva is regarded as the lord of good and evil. Trimbakeshwar Temple is where lord Shiva is offered prayers, and devotees from all over the country visit Nashik to perform Pitra Paksh rites rightfully under the priest's guidance.  

Trimbakeshwar temple's location is one of the most amazing spots to perform holy rituals, such as Pind Dan. Pind Dan is the rite performed by the next generation for their late ancestor. The place needs to have a sacred river flowing next to the temple where prayers are offered, and Puja is done for the peace and sanity of the late family member.  

Pind Dan is important to be done at a holy place with a sacred river in which Pind needs to be given to the holy water, priest, and a crow. Every family follows their rules during this period and performs Pind dan accordingly. The standard part is to worship the lord and offer prayers per the priest's direction. If you have been wondering why you need a priest to do it all, let us guide you to the appropriate way of doing Pitra rites.  

How to ensure you are doing rites rightfully? 

Every family has a set of rituals passed on from one generation to another. It depends upon the caste, sub-caste, gotra, and Kull family. The three types of Puja Vidhi followed by Hindus who perform Pitru Paksha Puja are Ashvalayana, Apastamba, and Baudhayana. These three are named explicitly as three Sutra types observed at Trimbakeshwar Temple during Pitr paksh. 

What are the benefits of Pitru Paksh? 

Benefits of pitra paksh

Certain events cause sudden loss of money or illness due to unknown causes. Such incidents indicate the presence of Pitru Dosha. Pitra Paksha is the ultimate time when rites are done to correct such issues and dosha. There are many benefits of Pitru paksha, such as: 

1. A unique timing to help ancestors find the ultimate peace.

2. If Karta does the Pitra paksha Rites rightfully, then positive changes are felt in the whole family's life.

3. It brings prosperity, wealth, and good luck back to everyone's life.


Hindus strongly believe the length of Shradh must be short and the days of Navratri must be more. The time when grief is the season's pill, and everyone remembers their lost one, is the time of Shradh. There are 15 days in this period, but it may be 14 or 16 sometimes. The addition and exclusion of the dates are all based on Hindu Calendar. The beginning of the shradh is with Varshik  Shradh, done for one family member. One cannot do it for two ancestors at a time. Let's discuss such details for each of the Shradh as per Hinduism. 

1. Nitya Shradh or Naimittik Shradh

The literal meaning of Nitya is a timely deed performed on a regular basis without missing a day. It is an activity that is done Once a day. One such Shradh can be done by pouring water and chanting Swadha three times. The absence of Vishwa deva during this Shradh is strongly felt.

2. Kamya Shradh

2. Kamya Shradh falls during Rohini and Kritika Nakshatra, which is when Karta performs the Shradh to manifest some materialistic goal. It is when one needs to invite brahmin to the house and conduct puja, followed by offering meals to the Brahmin. One can even offer fruits and sweets and new clothes to Brahmin for him and his family. It is a perfect day to give out and pray to God to grant your wishes. 

3. Vriddhi Shradh

It is a special time in the family when the next generation is born or gets married. The birth of a boy in the family and welcoming a new family member is done by asking for the blessing of the past generation who have left the world for Pitrlok. Vriddhi Shradh is the one which is performed during the birth of a baby boy or when the boy of a family gets married. The other name for this Shradh is Nandi Shraddha.

4. Sapindan Shradh

Every Shradh holds a unique specialty and is performed for conducting a specific ritual. Sapindan Shradh is the merger of our ancestors with the Pitr Pind. One out of the fifteen days and person who died on the Hindu tithi of this shradh is remembered by family members. Pitr Pind dan is performed by offering prayers and feeding the Brahmin. 

5. Parvan Shradh

The one Shradh, which Karta of the family performs to alleviate the ancestor, is known as Parvan Shradh. It is the top category of this unfortunate timing which is considered to fall during Mahalaya Paksha when Vishwadeva is in his place of worship. It is usually during the initial days of the Pitru Paksha.  

7. Goshthi Shradh

The group Shradh performs together as a family to offer prayers to the almighty to provide peace to the souls of the lost one, Goshthi Shradh. It is believed that if the soul takes rebirth and Shradh is performed by the family members of the previous life, it offers peace to the soul and good fortune during the next life after rebirth.  

8. Karmang Shradh

As the name suggests, the Shradh performed to increase the number of good deeds is Karmang Shradh. It is the golden rule of life, and if you want to attain something or wish to have something in life, then you should learn to live without greed. The more we give out, the more we receive. This is considered the ideal time to give it out and pray to welcome abundance.  

9. Tirtha Shradh or Yatrartha Shradh

The one Shradh which is performed for wellness, prosperity, and to welcome fortune in the family is Tirtha Shradha. The Karta of the family feeds the Brahmin and offers them a chance to pray for the family through Puja. It is the Krishna paksha or Shukla Pash, also known as Teej Shradh. One should never miss a chance to perform the rites of Shradh annually to avoid the Pitru Shaap or Pitru Dosh.

10.Pushtayarth Shradh

The Shradh, dedicated to uplifting your fortune as an individual by offering Pind Dan and conducting all the rituals under the guidance of a Brahmin, is Pushtayarth Shradh. It is performed to aim for advancement in life and to let out the feeling of welcoming change in your life and family. It brings prosperity and happy times to the family of the person performing it.  

11. Mahalaya shradh

It falls during Matri paksha and is usually considered the end of the Pitru Paksha. It is the time when Amavasya falls, and people perform shradh in the group for all those whose death date is unknown. It is one shradh that brings goodness to the life of the person performing it. In case any of your family member's death date is unclear or unknown as they died in an unfortunate event or during any calamity, you can conduct their shradh on this day.  

12. Nandi shradh

In Nandi Shradh, Karta of the family is asked by Brahmin to make sitting for two Lords by keeping two mats for the Lord named Satyavasu of Durva or Dabha, that is, give the knots of Durva and keep them in a bowl or a plate. Similarly, make six mats of Pitamahi: Mother, Father, Mother, Mother, Mother, and Mother, and Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother, Mother. If you do not want to make 12 in total, then make only six mats. Make a total of two Vishwadevos, that is, eight. If the father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, etc. are alive, then do not make them.

The journey begins with Purnima and ends with Amavasya. The next day to Amavasya is the Navratri Sathaapna, and post the 9 days of Navratri is Dussehra. The period usually begins during September and ends with Diwali knocking on the door during the Oct-Nov time.  


The tales relating to Pitru Paksha state that three generations of a family reside in Pitrulok. Pitrulok is the place to seek soul calmness, headed by the God of Death-Yam. Through Shradha rites, these three generations receive stability. During this period, as per Hinduism, spirits travel from Pitrulok to revisit and stay at their house for 15 days. It might be shocking for few to know that the visit to Heaven passes through Pitrulok and is given based on the generations that reach Pitrulok. The story of the rebirth of a soul is recited as only through Pitra Paksh rites, a soul transfers the deeds to Heaven and takes a rebirth soon after death. This way, the Shradha ceremonies done by the previous family bring happiness to the present life of the soul. It is all reconnected, and good deeds bring good fortune to the soul even after rebirth. 

Famous Karna's heaven story

Upon post-death of Karna during the war of Mahabharata, his soul was directly sent to Heaven due to his deeds and faith. There he was suffering from extreme Hunger, and it was all because whatever he touched would turn into real gold. The Food he was holding quickly turned into gold within a few seconds. As a result, He, along with lord Surya, went to Lord Indra to learn about the facts and the real reason for this happening to him. At that time, an eye-opening fact was shared by Lord Indra that Karna had donated gold in his lifetime but had never donated Food during Shraddha for the peace of his ancestor.

But it was not a deliberate act. Rather, it was done in unawareness of such needs and duties that he was expected to perform. To rectify his deeds, he was given a chance to go back to Earth for 15 days to perform Shraddha. The fifteen days he spent on Earth are now known as the 15 days of Shraddha.


The benefit of Pitru paksha in Trimbakeshwar

The top location to conduct Pitra Dosh Puja in India is Trimbakeshwar temple, Nashik. The positive offerings post Puja will remove hardships from the life of the person conducting it, and positive offerings mean wealth, good fortune, health, and a good societal reputation. Pitru Dosh can do the reverse for a person and turn their life into a living mess. Only through successful completion of the Puja by a Brahmin in Trimbakeshwar temple will help a person get rid of the dosh. 

How can you detect Pitru Dosh through Kundali?

A specific condition in Kundali reflects a particular person suffering from Pitra Dosh. When the Planetary position of the Sun and Rāhu combine in the 9th house.

What Food is made during Pitru Paksha?

Before revealing it, there is a list of food items that need to be avoided during Pitru Paksha. Let's discuss what you can make during Pitru paksha. The Food offered to ancestors and Brahmin during the Pitru Paksha is called Tarpan. One must add flowers, khus, sesame seeds (black, not white), and milk. The Food can be made per the family's cuisine but has to be static. Plus, it is to be offered to a Brahmin, any animal or bird like a crow, dog, or cow.

The Food prohibited during the period of Pitru Paksha while preparing Tarpan

1.       Raw grains

2.       Non-vegetarian Food

3.       Onion & garlic

4.       Masoor Dal

5.       Alcohol, pan, supari, etc.

6.       Black salt, brinjal, jeera, black mustard, cucumbers, etc.

For whom can you do Shradha?

You can do Shraddha for a family member who has died. One can do it for their parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, brother, sister, son, or daughter. 

Who should do shraddha?

Any individual can conduct Shradha for a lost family member whom they have lost due to death. The family member for whom they can do the shraddha is mentioned above. 

Why should one perform Shradha? 

Everyone needs to perform Shradha individually or as a family to welcome prosperity, positivity, good health, wealth, abundance, and fortune.

What should not be done in Pitru Paksha? 

No new ceremony, inauguration, celebration, new venture, or marriage should be performed during Pitru paksha.

Can daughters do Shradha? 

The religious texts allow every “individual” to conduct Pind dan. Therefore, daughters can conduct shraddha, and this can be done even after they get married. 

How to do pitru paksha puja at home?

Shradha can be done at home by conducting Puja and inviting brahmin and nearby family members to eat the Tarpan. 

When should we not do Shradha?  

There are specific days to do Shradha, and one should ensure it is done on the same day. Usually, there are 96 days when one can conduct Shradha. 

Can we cut hairs in Shradha? 

No, it is not recommended to cut hair during Pitru Paksha. 

11 Oct '22 Tuesday

How to Reach Trimbakeshwar from Indore | Indore to Nashik

How to reach from Indore to Trimbakeshwar ?

Beginning your journey from one state and visiting another state is not challenging in 2022 as it was in 2020. The rules and restrictions are essential, and no hard rule can stop you from travelling through any possible route. The route that takes you from Indore to Trimbakeshwar is 390.9 km, but it is estimated as 453.2 km by road. The holy temple is located in the Trimbak District of Maharashtra, and the nearest city is Nashik. The glorifying history of the temple tempts devotees to visit the idol and the beautiful outskirts of the location. It is a pleasant place for Hindu believers and practitioners to have facilities to make their pilgrim smooth and comfortable. 

Stops you will be covering during Indore to Trimbakeshwar 

One of the most popular historical cities, Indore is the largest and most populous city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is the traditional and modern city of the state. With its rich history, beautiful surroundings, unique traditions and many tourist attractions, Indore is a popular one in the state.

And is one of the most visited cities. The city was planned by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar. It was the capital of the Maratha Holkar's institute. Indore city is well-connected by road, rail and air transport services.  Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport is located at a distance of 8 km from the city. Indore Junctions is the main railway station of the city. 

From Madhya Pradesh, you will be entering Maharashtra. The journey will cover the following places:

1. Pitampura

2. Sendhwa

3. Shivpuri

4. Dhule

5. Malegaon

6. Manmad

7. Nashik

8. Trimbak 

Key details of the journey

Distance: 453.2 km

Via: Indore-Agra National highway

Duration: 8 hrs 36 min


Road Route To Reach Trimbakeshwar Temple  

The road route from Indore to Trimbakeshwar is 543 km on the road, and it would roughly take 11 hours and 33 minutes to cover without any stop hours. You can go for a road trip and stick to Agra national highway, which covers the eight cities mentioned above. The whole journey will be empowering, and you will be able to discover many beautiful sights during your road trip. Please make sure to take necessary stops every 2.5-3 hours for roughly 30 min.

You can even take a bus to cover this journey, and many roadway services are available. You can book any of those online and start your religious journey to worship Lord Shiva at Trimbakeshwar temple.

Railway Route to Reach Trimbakeshwar Temple

The railway route will take about 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the journey from Indore to Trimbakeshwar. You must take a train from Indore junction to reach Igatpuri Railway Station. Many trains are available, and one can choose as per their convenience. Please note that booking the train in advance is essential to avoid the unwanted rush; last-moment bookings are not advisable.

Indore To Nashik Flight Trimbakeshwar Temple

You can book a flight from Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport Area to Gandhinagar Airport or Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai. By flight, the route is 391 km and takes around 6 hours and 18 min to reach Trimbakeshwar Temple from Indore.

Important Queries Relating to Travel from Indore to Trimbakeshwar

How far is Indore from Trimbakeshwar Temple?

Trimbakeshwar Temple is 447.8 km away from Indore through Mumbai—Agra National Highway and NH52. It is an 8-hour 34-min drive on this route by road. Through flight, it will take 391 km from Indore to Trimbakeshwar.

Which is the fastest way to Trimbakeshwar Temple from Indore?  

 The fastest way is to take a flight or train from Indore to Trimbakeshwar Temple. It will take approximately 6 hours and 18 min to reach your location.

Which is the cheapest mode of transportation to reach Trimbakeshwar temple from Indore?  

The cheapest mode to reach your destination is by taking a bus from Indore to Trimbakeshwar Temple. It will cost you around Rs 2400 to Rs 2600 and is the most recommended mode of transportation for this route. But it will take around 8 hours and 11 minutes to reach your destination.

What kind of weather is ideal for travelling to Trimbakeshwar?

Winter is the ideal time to visit Trimbakeshwar. The months of October to March are ideal for visiting Trimbakeshwar from Pune. These months have the most pleasant weather, with cooler temperatures and little rain.

19 Sep '22 Monday

Mumbai To Trimbakeshwar Travel | How To Reach Trimbakeshwar From Mumbai?

How to reach trimbakeshwar from mumbai?

Trimbakeshwar, a well-known Hindu pilgrimage site, is easily accessible from Mumbai via both roads and trains. One of the twelve Jyotirlingas and a historic Hindu temple, Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple. It can be found in Trimbak, Tehsil Trimbakeshwar, in the Indian state of Maharashtra's Nashik District. The quickest way to Trimbakeshwar Temple from Mumbai is to reach it by road. The other way to reach it is by getting a train. The time taken by the train is 3 hours and 32 minutes. Alternatively, you can take the bus, which takes eight h 30 m.

Mumbai To Trimbakeshwar Temple by Road Route 

The land distance of Trimbakeshwar Temple from Mumbai is 172.7 km through the road route. But, the actual distance is 126 km. The total time you will need to reach Trimbakeshwar Temple from Mumbai while driving alone would be 3 hours and 50 minutes, excluding the layover or stopover time. Depending on the make and model of the car, the approximate cost of a car per kilometer ranges from INR7 to INR55. It's ideal for group and family, senior, and child travel. 

The highway en route is named NH 160, and Thane will be one of the passing-by locations while traveling from Mumbai to Trimbak. Mumbai is 61 kilometers from Trimbakeshwar, followed by Padgha (38 kilometers), Khardi (64 kilometers), Wadhware (152 kilometers), and Trimbakeshwar (61 kilometers). Numerous banks, hotels, restaurants, hotels, and gas stations are on the route.

Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar By Bus: 

Take a three-hour direct bus ride from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar, which costs ₹530—₹800. Buses, taxis, and autos can all be used to travel the 25 km to Trimbakeshwar's bus station from the city center. Ideal for backpackers and lone travelers.

There are plenty of buses available to you to go directly from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar. It takes around 8 to 9 hours to travel by bus from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar. It will cost at least Rs 385 to go this route. The fastest bus on this route is operated by the Government of Maharashtra (MSRTC). The bus leaves Mumbai at 6.00 am to reach Trimbakeshwar and reaches Trimbakeshwar by 12 noon. Five buses ply on this route every day. 

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Railway Route To Reach Trimbakeshwar Temple :  

Since there are no direct trains from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar, you must first travel by train to Nashik before (175 km) continuing by road to reach Trimbakeshwar. The temple is located 36 kilometers from the closest railroad station in Nashik. Numerous trains travel this route from popular cities like Mumbai (44+ trains), Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Chennai. The rail route may take 4-5 hours depending upon the chosen train to travel from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar Temple. The starting point would be Mumbai Central. 

There are many trains available from Mumbai to Nashik. The fastest train to Nashik is the Rajdhani Express. To reach Nashik, it takes 2 hours. The train leaves Mumbai CSMT at 4 pm and reaches Nashik at 6 pm. Rajdhani Express is an entire week-long train. 

The cheapest train to Nashik is the Pune BSL Express. This train takes 3 hours and 30 minutes to reach Nashik. The train leaves Mumbai CSMT at 2.15 pm and arrives at Nashik station at 6 pm. This train runs throughout the week. 

Mumbai to Patliputra Express is the last train to Nashik. This train takes 3 hours and 15 minutes to reach. The train leaves Mumbai at 11.35 pm. And Nashik reaches 3. This train also runs throughout the week.   

The first train from Mumbai to Nashik is the Mahanagari Express. This train takes 3 hours and 30 minutes to reach Nashik. The train leaves Mumbai CSMT at 10 am and reaches Nashik at 4 pm. This train runs for a whole week. 

Airway Route To Reach Trimbakeshwar Temple  

Unfortunately, Nashik still lacks an airport, so Mumbai, located 166 km away, is the closest airport to the pilgrim town. So you must take either Railway or Road Route to travel from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar.

Important Queries Relating to Travel from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar 

How far is Mumbai from Trimbakeshwar Temple?

The total distance is estimated as 131 km, whereas the travel distance is 181.7 km through the road route.

Which is the fastest way to Trimbakeshwar Temple from Mumbai?

The fastest way is to travel by train to Trimbakeshwar Temple from Mumbai.

Which is the cheapest mode of transportation to reach Trimbakeshwar temple from Mumbai?

The cheapest transportation mode to Trimbakeshwar temple from Mumbai trains ranges between 1100INR to 1600INR. 

What kind of weather is ideal for traveling to Trimbakeshwar?

The best weather for traveling to Trimbakeshwar is from October to March. These months have the most pleasant weather, with cooler temperatures and little rainfall.

What are some nearby places to visit near Trimbakeshwar?


Many options come to mind when you consider the tourist attractions in Nashik. Sula Vineyards, Dudhsagar Falls, Saptashrungi, Trimbakeshwar Temple, Pandavleni Caves, Sita Gumpha, Anjaneri Hills, Gangapur Dam, Dugarwadi Waterfall, Kalaram Temple, Vallone Vineyards, Harihar Fort, Coin Museum, Muktidham, Vihigaon Waterfall, Tringalwadi Fort, and many more are some of these places that are quite The most intriguing aspect of Nashik is how many tourist attractions it offers. Nashik, a lovely town on the Godavari River's banks, is encircled by nine hills.


Bhandardara hill station

Bhandardara is a beautiful hill station for nature lovers nestled in the Sahyadri ranges in Maharashtra. Because of its lush, green surroundings, it is frequently referred to as the Queen of the Sahyadri ranges. Bhandardara, which means “valley of treasures” in English, is appropriate given the area's stunning natural surroundings.


Igatpuri hill station

Igatpuri, a small hill station in the Maharashtra state, is tucked away in the heart of the Western Ghats. Igatpuri is encircled by some of the Sahyadri Ranges' highest peaks, making it a haven for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The small town serves as a well-liked weekend getaway location for residents of Pune and other large cities in Maharashtra. The small city is the ideal escape from the bustle of city life because it provides a getaway in the middle of nature.

Best stops along Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar Drive

The top attractions to see en route from Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar are Imagicaa, Bandra Worli Sea Link, and Gateway Of India Mumbai. Kanheri Caves, Marine Dr., and Sula Vineyards are a few more well-liked stops.


01 Sep '22 Thursday

Pradakshina For Shravani Somwar | Pradakshina in Trimbakeshwar

Brahmagiri (feri ) Pradakshina for Shravani somwar

The historical recognition of the ritual involving clockwise circumambulation of a holy place or idol is called Parikrama or Pradakshina. It is not limited to Hindutva but is followed by practitioners of Jainism, Buddhism, & Sikhism. The origin of the practice is long back when Hinduism was being actively practiced widely by the human race. Specifically, in Hindus, it is a way to offer prayers to a sacred idol or religious deities in holy places like a temple. The way these holy places are constructed, it is kept precisely placed as a place to carry out the circular Parikrama of the place of worship. It usually surrounds the idol of the God or goddesses worshiped in the temple. The place of Pradakshina is usually behind Garba Griha and has two transepts leading to two possible exits.  

 Shravani is the occasion of Rakshabandhan. It is widely celebrated among Hindus and represents the occasion to value the relationship between brother & sister. It is believed the sacred occasion of Purnima in the month of Shravana is ideal for Shravani. The origin of this tradition earlier involved the tieing of Rakhi by the wife on her husband's wrist. Later, during the Vedic period, it got modified, and sisters started tying it over the brothers' wrists. It is a token to tie Raksha Dhaga / Soot over the writs of the man of the family. Moreover, mothers can tie Rakhi to the wrist of sons, and daughters can tie Rakhi to the wrist of the father. It is an occasion to value the relationship and celebrate the actual bond.   

Presently, Raksha Bandhan is celebrated in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana & Gujarat. These locations even enjoy a public holiday on the day of the festival. Free local transportation is available for women in the state of Rajasthan on this occasion, where sisters can travel for free to their brother's place. It is a tradition to wear Rakhi for 15 days in a row after the occurrence of Raksha Bandhan, and later it is removed; it is actively practiced in the state of Maharashtra.   

Famous Brahmagiri  (Feri) Pradakshina At Ttrimbakeshwar

Brahmagiri Pradakshina which is also known as parikrama is widely performed during Shravan month of every year, precisely every Monday of Shravan month. This tradition has been going on for many decades. The Brahmagiri Feri Route Of Trimbakeshwar On Shravani Somwar, starts from the divine Kushavarta pond in trimbak village on Sunday night. The total perimeter distance is about 42 kilometers. All this circumambulation is covered barefoot by the devotees. 

On Sunday or early Monday morning of the Shravan month, this parikrama is started. This Devine pradaksina starts from the famous Kushawart Tirtha kund (belived as origin of Godavari River) in Trimbakeshwar village.

The journey begins after bathing in the holy river Godavari. The devotees who are blessed by destiny reach this bright spot to get rid of all the sins and then en route to Prayagatirtha Kund. It is a very nominal distance from Kushawart tirtha Kund. Walking for a while, you can notice some scenic beauty, including dense forestation, waterfall showers and Greenlands. The kind may seem like a tank and has the visitors' hearts. While moving ahead to the route, you can reach Ghoti. Only after walking a good hour and absorbing nature's paradise will you be able to see a mid-point that diverts the road in two ways; one leads to Ghoti and another to Khandala. 

Trimbakeshwar Brahmagiri Pradakshina Rout on Shravani somvar

Brahmagiri Feri Route Of Trimbakeshwar

Ghoti is the lush green forest on the route to Trimbakeshwar from Mumbai. The distance from Ghoti's pass to the Trimbakeshwar temple is 50 km. The beauty of nature is at its peak when you visit this location soon after the rainy season has passed. On the other hand, Khandala is the ultimate holiday destination. The place is like a small town to help you rejuvenate your soul. A place to take some break from the 9-5 and explore the freshest air you can ever breathe. 

Later on, in the way, you will be able to discover Bhilmal. It indicates that you are just 10 km from Trimbak. It is an ideal place to enjoy your time with family and layover to eat.

The next destination you will reach is Dhadoshi Village, and the local language is Marathi, Hindi, Ahirani and Bhili. You are specifically in Khandesh & Northern Maharashtra. It is included under Trimbakeshwar Taluka and is having deficient population. 

After a while, you are expected to switch your route from the road to the cemented pathway made by the local authorities for the convenience of the devotees. Earlier it was hard to reach the ultimate destination as the way was not adequately developed, and one was prone to get on the wrong path. All these cons have been overcome with one development. The pathway will end at Gautama Hill. 

The last few hours of the journey will be most exciting as you can visit Gautama Rishi Temple, located at the top of the ghat. The place is always filled with devotees, who can be seen from a distance. The journey is not yet ended. Instead, now, we expect you to bug up. The challenges have just begun for the person who aims to complete this Parikrama. It is precisely half of the circle, which will count as your one Parikrama. The route will be muddy, slippery and have multiple obstacles. You must be cautious and reach the tribal pad, which would take about an hour. The green lands with vegetation will be your continuing sight, and you will witness small nearby temples. 

The final few kilometres to complete your Parikrama begins at Sapgaon Village. Now, you can finally visit the ultimate and magnificent Trimbakeshwar temple. It will be pleasant for you when you complete your journey. This challenge will lighten you up from within. Thus, you will feel the best about yourself. The traditional way is to go with your gut feeling. If you feel like taking a break, then take it and continue. This moment of accomplishment will stay with you forever. Plus, you will achieve the precious blessing of Lord Shiva during the most auspicious period of the year.  

 When should you perform Parikrama? 

Parikrama is performed every time you visit any temple. It facilitates your ability to enter your spiritual self to commune with God in the temple. Most people recommend performing 3 Parikrama. 

Can a couple perform Parikrama together? 

Yes, it is advised for married couples to perform parikramas together. It helps to remove the negative energy and helps to make your bond stronger. It also lets them come in contact with the divine energy of God, which is helpful spiritually and physically. 


Most Visited place during Shravan Somwar

On “Shravani Somvar,” the first Monday of the holy month of Shravan, thousands of people throng the well-known temples in Maharashtra's Nashik district. During this time, there were large crowds at religious sites like Lord Trimbakeshwar, Lord Kapaleshwar Temple in Panchavati, and Lord Someshwar Temple. Flowers and bel leaves were presented—most people bathed in the Teerthraj Kushavarta, Godavari, and Ramkund. Third, Shravani Monday is regarded as the most fortunate one. 


Places to visit near Trimbakeshwar during Shravani 

Apart from that, if you're looking for some places around Trimbakeshwar, you can visit these beautiful places. 


Shirdi, located 116 kilometers from Trimbakeshwar, has emerged as one of the fantastic locations close to Trimbakeshwar that followers of the Hindu religion adore visiting. This location embodies simplicity and is therefore regarded as the pinnacle of harmony. A spiritual journey to Shirdi can be incredible if you plan a well-thought-out trip while already visiting Trimbakeshwar.

 Shiv Jata Mandir 

 On the summit of the Durgbhandar mountain is a tiny, charming, old Shiva temple. There is a lovely view of the outdoors from here. Hindu mythology holds that Lord Shiva struck this location with his Jata to control the Ganga's water flow. Inside this Shivjata temple, you can see knee and Jata marks. 

 JenJon Lake Vaitarna Waterfalls 

 Vaitarna Waterfalls is a hidden natural wonder, just like many of the planet's most breathtaking ones that are off limits to visitors. This scenic wonder requires moderate trekking, rappelling, and rock climbing, and visitors must be guided to reach it. A mighty river appears to vanish into the ground from a certain angle. 

25 Aug '22 Thursday

Nashik Kumbh Mela 2027 | Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar | Significance & Importance of Kumbh Mela

Nashik Kumbh Mela 2027

Nashik Kumbh Mela 2027

Nashik Kumbh Mela 2027 is the next significant Hindu Pilgrimage in auspicious Trimbak. People are drawn to the sacred importance of the Trimbakeshwar temple in Trimbak near Nashik. 

A place where you can seek the blessings of the almighty, make your dreams come true, and become one among the lucky people who have attended the most significant event in the Hindu community

The importance of Kumbh Mela can be assessed by the urge to participate in the ceremony with the family during the most auspicious period. It is when Hindus come together and celebrate the Hindutva most amazingly. 

The mela is incomplete if Shahi Snan isn't performed. It is considered the most fantastic way to grab all the blessings the Godavari River offers. The uniqueness of this Mela can be seen through the 12-year interval it takes and is held between 2 months per conjunction of planets. 

The planetary position needs to be favourable to conduct Kumbh Mela. The people eagerly wait to participate in the biggest fest to eliminate their sins or bad karma.

History of Kumbh Mela

The most prominent Hindu Mahotsav welcomes people worldwide to witness the glorifying arti and Shahi Snan.

The auspicious time comes every twelve years and is the most sacred time per Hindu mythology and astrology to conduct a festival that focuses upon celebration, forwarding rituals to the next generation, and ceremonies that hint towards atonement for sins or mistakes or evil deeds. 

The concept of incarnation and forwarding of corruption is considered wholesome as per Hinduism, and it is essential to get rid of the sins committed in past lives. 

Kumbh Mela allows everyone in the masses to take a dip in the Godavari River to wash away past mistakes, and that dip is well-known as Shahi Snan

The Hindu Luni-Solar calendar is considered the suitable medium to decide the timing of Kumbh Mela. The three-month-long interval of the festival has a fascinating history.

The old text mentions that Kumbh Mela was conducted during Rigveda when Hinduism was practiced practically. Generations carry over the Satvika of that period, and bathing in Prayaag (Kumbh Mela) was considered a prominent source of the bath was past mistakes. It is believed earlier during the 7th century that the Mela was held every five years and involved worshipping Buddha.

The Prayag was considered a holy site, a time when every Hindu Brahmin committed it in masses, and a sense of rejuvenation was felt by everyone. The tales of the past suggest such beliefs.

Mentioning Kumbh Mela has one everyday activity, bathing in the holy river in masses and conducting the festivity after a defined interval.

Types of Kumbh Melas

Incredible India celebrated five Kumbh Melas in different regions and with different timelines.

Maha Kumbh Mela-

The mela conducted after 12 Purna Kumbh Mela is conducted in a row, and as a result, it is once every 144 years. The Mela is conducted in Prayagraj (Allahabad). It welcomes millions of devotees from around the globe to perform holy Snan in the water of the Ganges. 2013 was the auspicious year for Maha Kumbh Mela, and it will be held next in 144 years. As per astrology, it is conducted when planetary positions are aligned. The sun and the moon should be in sun-sign Capricon, and Jupiter has to be in Aries.

Magh Mela-

Prayagraj has another celebration called Magh Mela, conducted at the time of Maha Kumbh Mela. However, it takes place yearly and is the occasion when devotees dip in the Ganges' holy water.

Kumbh Mela-

The celebration of Hindutva and the importance of washing away sin is Kumbh Mela, having four different festivals at four different timelines in four other places. It gives Hindus a chance to visit any of the four places, including Ujjain, Nashik, Haridwar, and Prayagraj, to participate in the grand celebration.

Ardh Kumbh Mela-

As the name suggests, Ardh Kumbh Mela is conducted every six years. A usual Kumbh Mela is undertaken in 12 years, and the Ardh Kumbh Mela takes place in Haridwar every six years. The last celebration was held in the year 2016.

Purna Kumbh Mela-

The last Purna Kumbh Mela was held in 2013 in Prayagraj and was a big celebration for The Pilgrims.

The way Kumbh Mela is celebrated is a very well organized and valuable event in our country. Necessary declarations about the dates, schedules, and essential details are out through public portals like radio, newspapers, and coverage by media.

Why is Kumbh Mela sacred? 

When Kumbh Mela is held is considered the most auspicious time; Hindu mythology suggests Lord Vishnu waited for 12 days to enter the gates of Heaven to protect the Amrit. Those twelve days are 12 years of humans; thus, after that interval, the gates of Heaven are open to uplift devotees spiritually and get rid of their sins.

It is an intense, thoughtful event with high sentimental value for people waiting for the event. The dates and timing of the Kumbh Mela 2027 will be released a few weeks before the Mela.

As per astrology, it will be held in Trimbak when Planetary positions are favourable. Jupiter needs to enter Leo, which happens once every twelve years. The time when Hindu pilgrims can head towards Kumbh Mela and perform Shahi Snan is a rare event that a human being can only witness after the cycle of twelve years is completed.

Interesting Facts about Kumbh Mela

The Mythological tales passed over from generations suggest a reason behind every festivity, festival, or event that religion has, and similar is in the case of the Kumbh Mela. The famous tale of Kumbh Mela includes the loss of strength by gods due to a curse by Durvasa Muni. To seek help and attain back the lost power, they approach Lord Brahma and Lord shiva.

The two devas suggested they pray to Lord Vishnu, who was the one to uncover Amrit's superpower and the place where they could find them. The route was challenging, and gods did not have the strength to conquer it alone.

As a result, they took help from Rakshas (devils) and agreed to share the Amrit. But when they found Amrit, the gods did not fulfill the deal. It was to protect the world from the evil intentions of the devils, and angry devils chase gods for 12 nights and days without a break.

While covering Amrit, it was accidentally split into four places, Nashik, Haridwar, Prayagraj, and Ujjain. The origin of the thoughts about these places' mystical powers has begun since then. As a result, 12 days and nights spent by gods are considered 12 years of human life, and Kumbh Mela is conducted after every 12 years.

Significance of Kumbh Mela

The importance of the Kumbh Mela can be seen through the eager people to perform the scheduled activities during the mela. It includes the Shahi Snan, offering prayers, enjoying mass feeding, and spending time with each other.

The devotees get no invitation, yet it is the most celebrated event worldwide, one pilgrim that is a mega event for Hindus. It is the time to share religious beliefs and kind thoughts, and all sorts of rituals are passed on from one generation to another.

The name Kumbh means a pot in which Lord Vishnu was carrying Amrit while protecting it from devils. Out of four droplets, one fell over Nashik, and it is the place where Kumbh Mela is conducted after every twelve years.

The other names for Kumbh Mela are Simhastha Kumbha Mela, , Sinhastha or Singhastha. The evolution of Mela has been seen every decade, but the mythological tale remains the same, and the way it is celebrated is unchanged. 

In 2015, almost thirty million people participated in the Nashik Kumbh Mela, which was well organized and was covered through media for devotees who could not reach their destination.

What is unique about Kumbh Mela at Trimbakeshwar?

Kumbh Mela at trimbakeshwar will be held in the year 2027, and it will be a well-organized event welcoming devotees from all over the globe to embrace the vent. It will include Aartis, mass feeding, Shahi Snan, reciting of Bhajans, and witnessing Brahms and Aghori.

It will be when everyone in the event will be enjoying the holy occasion and will be exposed to Kalpavas, Deep Daan, Shahi Snan, and Aarti by the priest. Each aspect will be a high-scale celebration, giving everyone a chance to Offer prayers and seek blessings.

What is happening during Kumbh Mela 2027?

There are pre-planned events that will be a part of Kumbh Mela 2027, including Flag Hoisting at Ram Kund, Akhara Flag Hosting at Sadhugram Shravan Shudha, First Snaan of Shravan Poornima, Ram Kund Bhadrapad Amavasya First Snan, Second Shahi Snan at Rushipanchami and third Shahi Snan Vaman Dwadashi Snan. 

The Present Scheduling of the Kumbh Mela 2027 as released by official handles are:

  • 14/07/2027 at Ram Kunda: Flag Hoisting of Kumbh Mela.
  • 19/08/2027 at Sadhu gram: Flag Hoisting of Akhara.
  • 26/08/2027: Shravan Shudha Pratham Snan.
  • 29/08/2027: Shravan Sudha Purnima 
  • 13/09/2027: Bhadrapada Krushna Amavasya Dwitiya
  • 18/09/2027: Bhadrapada Rushi Panchami Dwitiya
  • 25/09/2027: Bhadrapada Shukla Vaman Dwadashi Tritiya

Dates of Kumbh Mela

Kumbh Mela dates

In the past, various political parties targeted different events as a medium to protest and gather the public's attention. As it is considered a mass meeting of like-minded people, often people try to put their purpose and showcase the issue. 

All the events are pre-organized, and a proper timetable is released in advance to inform every devotee through various public press releases. 

How to be a part of the Kumbh Mela 2027?

You need to Reach Nashik and arrive at Trimbak to enjoy the extraordinary event of Kumbh Mela. The place will help you uncover the sacred land of fortune and Mystical Trimbakeshwar Temple. There are many other temples that you can visit and explore the religious beliefs of Hindu mythology and Culture.

Reach Nashik by Car: You can travel to Nashik by road route, which is easily accessible over google map, through the road route.

Reach Nashik by Train: You can take the train to Nashik from any railway station in India and reach Nashik Railway junction.

Reach Nashik by Airplane: Ozar Airport is the nearest one, and you can reach Nashik by boarding a plane from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.

Reach Nashik by Bus: Many buses can destine to reach Nashik; you can also check the availability online.

12 Jul '22 Tuesday

Which days are for which Hindu Gods? Days of Hindu Gods

Which days are for which Hindu Gods

Every Day of a Week Dedicated To a Specific Hindu God

Every day of Hinduism's week is dedicated to one god from the Hindu pantheon. Many Hindus fast on specific days in the week, apart from the Upvaas and Vratas. 

Every day of the week has a specialty. Many folklores relate to fasting on specific days.

Sunday is Dedicated to Suryadev

Sunday is dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun God). Surya is offered red flowers and red colors as the day's color.

Ravivar (or Sunday) is dedicated to Lord Surya or Suryanarayana. Fast on the day dedicated to the Sun God.

Surya dev

Those Who take Fast on Sunday eat only one meal per day, and that is before sunset. Avoid salt, oil, and fried foods.

Pray with red flowers. 

As a tilak, red sandalwood paste can be applied to the forehead.

Additional care is taken to maintain cleanliness in the environment and the body.

Ravivar Vrat is believed to help fulfill desires. Vrat is used to treat skin conditions. Many devotees give alms every day.

Monday is dedicated to Lord Shiva

According to legend, Monday is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Many people observe Upvaas every Monday.

People go to Lord Shiva shrines and perform pujas, particularly the Ardhanarishwara puja. Continuously, the mantra Om Namah Shivaya is chanted. 

Shiva Purana is also available to Siva devotees; Vrat is a blessing for unmarried women. 

Some people see it as happy, prosperous family life.

Lord Shiva

Monday Fasting in Honor of Hindu God Shiva

In Hinduism, Upvaas (or fasting) is mostly observed to keep a vow. Upvas can also be called "Vrats." However, "Vrat" refers to those who fast for material or another gain.

One or more gods from the Hindu pantheon are dedicated each day of the week. A devotee can appease a specific deity on a given day. So Monday is often dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Upvass (or fasting) begins at sunrise and ends around sunset on Mondays.

Only evening prayers are permitted on the day. On this day, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati can be worshipped.

It is important to remember Lord Ganesha when you begin to worship. Fasting on Mondays during the Shravan month can be considered more auspicious.

According to some beliefs, those who observe Upvaas Mondays will be granted their wishes and blessed with wisdom. Unmarried women in certain areas fast on Mondays to find the ideal husband.

Fasting on a specific day can often be traced back to an incident in Hindu Puranas or folk traditions.

These stories can vary from one region to another and from one community to the next. Somvar Vrat (or Monday fasting) is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It also has many stories.

Three myths have been popularized:

  1. The first is about a poor Brahmin who gains wealth by fasting Mondays.
  2. The second is the story about a merchant who has long waited to have a son. The subsequent death and rebirth of the son are both due to the graces of Lord Shiva and Parvati.
  3. The third story involves the game of dice between Shiva & Parvati

Many people find the concept of Brahman in Sanatana dharma difficult to comprehend. They are not bothered by the Brahman concept. All they want is material comfort. Many devotees will go to any length to achieve this goal. 

Ancient wise men used this tendency to spread Brahman awareness among the people. Sometimes, during each upvas, a person experiences a flash of insight beyond the material world. This is Brahman's realization. Gradually, many devotees start to think beyond material comforts.

How do you perform Somavar Vrat?

  • Somavar Vrat (or Monday Fasting) is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Somavar is named after Soma or Chandra, the Hindu moon god. Many people fast on this day to please Lord Shiva and receive prayers and wish fulfilled.
  • Somavar Vrat is believed to help you get good husbands. It is believed to help you achieve prosperity and peaceful family life.
  • Somavar Vrat starts at sunrise every Monday. 
  • Most devotees who observe the Vrat usually visit a Lord Shiva temple in the morning and evening. If that is impossible, prayers can be offered at home.
  • For those who observe the fast, a white dress is worn. The Shivling is also given white flowers.
  • One meal can be taken daily, except the day following midday. Partially fasting people can eat fruits or Sabudana Khichadi.
  • Observers of the fast listen to or read a story about Somavar Vrat in the evening.
  • While performing puja, people offer Bilva leaves and Bil Patra in addition to white flowers.
  • Om Namah Shivaya is the mantra to be chanted. After the usual prayers and rituals, the tight ends are made the next day.

Mondays are considered highly auspicious because Amavasi (no moon day) falls on Mondays. This day is called Somavati Amavasya.

Mondays in Shravan (July-August) in North India and Gujarat are highly promising. On Mondays, special pujas are performed to Lord Shiva in temples and homes.

Mondays in Kartik month (October-November) in Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka are considered auspicious.

Mondays are auspicious in Karthigai Masam (November-December is also auspicious for Tamil Nadu).

Tuesday is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Lord Hanuman & Goddess Durga, and Kali

Tuesday is dedicated to Lord Ganesha and Durga, Goddess Kali, and Lord Hanuman. Most devotees visit Devi and Hanuman shrines. People who fast avoid eating salty food at night.

Tuesday is dedicated to Lord Hanuman.

Hinduism dedicates each day of the week to a specific deity from the Hindu pantheon. Lord Hanuman is honored on Tuesday, Mangalvar.

The day's Upvaas (fasting) is dedicated to Hanuman, Mangal, or Mars. Mangalwar (Tuesday) gets its name from Mangal, or Mars, the god who rules the day. He is also considered a troublemaker, and the fast prevents him from doing so. The preferred color for the day is red.

Not all areas may worship the Hanuman on Tuesdays. Some people may worship another deity. In South India, Skanda, Muruga or Kartikeya (Kartik) are the days. However, Tuesdays are generally dedicated to Hanuman.Lord Ganesha

Mangalvar Vrat can be observed by couples who want to have a child. The family will also enjoy happiness. Astrologers believe astrology can help reduce the negative effects of Mars and Mangal planets.

The fast is for one meal only. It's an entire day of fasting. It is usually any food made from wheat or jaggery that is the day's only meal. Most people observe the fast for 21 consecutive Tuesdays without any breaks.

People wear red-colored clothing on this day. They also offer red flowers to Lord Hanuman.

Lord Hanuman is believed to help devotees overcome life's difficulties, particularly those caused by Mangal Graha.

Wednesday is Dedicated to Mercury Planet And Lord Vittal

Wednesday is dedicated to Lord Vithal (an incarnation of Krishna) and planet Mercury. Pujas are performed with green color leaves, particularly Tulsi. This day is considered to be highly beneficial for new ventures, and those who observe Vrat are believed to be blessed with luck. On this day, people also give alms.

Wednesday Hindu Fasting dedicated to Krishna & Mercury

Budhvar (Wednesday) is dedicated to Lord Krishna, the planet Budh, or Mercury. Lord Vithal, an incarnation of Krishna, is also associated with the day. Lord Vishnu may be worshipped in some areas. It is believed that a Fast (Upvaas), on Budhvar, can help you lead a peaceful family.

The fasting devotees only eat one meal per day. This fast is mainly observed by the husband and wife together. The day is considered to be highly optimistic because of the green color.Lord Vithoba

Mercury is a sign of compassion and generosity in Astrology. Mercury is often depicted riding a Lion.

Some regions allow people to start new businesses on Wednesdays because Mercury or Budh are considered supportive of new business ventures. Some places offer educational activities on Wednesdays.

Wednesday is usually dedicated to Lord Krishna, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Budha.

Astrology is believed to be a religion that propitiates Mercury. He is generous and compassionate, assists in worldly pursuits, and gives wisdom. On Wednesday, Lord Shiva may be worshipped in some areas. Many regions also worship Lord Ganesha on Wednesday.

Maharashtra's Lord Vithal (Krishna) also considers Wednesday to be significant. According to some beliefs, fasting and worship on this day can promote peace and happiness and help you live a happy married life.

Budvar Vrat is the practice of praising Mercury or Budha. Buddha is said to possess a sharp intellect and be proficient in all sciences. His intelligence, education, and business success are reasons for his worship. Budhwar Vrat is observed 24 hours a day. Those who fast each day eat only one meal during the afternoon. For a happy marriage, couples can fast together.

The color of the day is green. People often wear green-colored clothes. People usually offer green-colored grams to Budha, such as Moong Dal. Before performing the evening puja, devotees are encouraged to listen to the Budhvar Vrat Katha on the day.

Prasad made on that day uses green-colored dal or grain. He is offered red and black flowers.

People offer curd and ghee in certain regions; grapes are the fruit.

Some regions allow people to start new businesses on Wednesdays because Mercury or Budh are considered supportive of new business ventures. Some places offer educational activities on Wednesdays.

On Wednesday, Lord Vithal and Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesh, Lord Krishna, Lord Vithal, and Lord Shiva are worshipped in different parts of the country. Fasting, however, is primarily dedicated to Budh Grah. It is often performed to improve relationships or for astrological purposes.

Thursday is Dedicated to Brihaspati and Lord Vishnu

Thursday is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and all his incarnations. Pujas are performed using milk, ghee, and other ingredients. You can only eat one meal, and it may contain milk products.

People read Srimad Bhagavad Purana on Thursday.

Thursday is dedicated to Hindu God Vishnu & Brihaspati.

Hinduism dedicates each day of the week to a specific god from the Hindu pantheon. Thursday is Brihaspatiwar or Vrihaspativar. It's dedicated to Vishnu, Brihaspativar, and Brihaspatipati, the Guru Of Devas.

Thursday is also known as Gurubar or Guruvar. The color of the day is yellow. Fasting is observed daily, and food is only allowed to be consumed once. Some people make it a habit to visit Hanuman Temple every Thursday in some parts of the country.Lord Brihaspati

Many stories are associated with the reasons for Upvaas on Brihaspativar. Many of these stories are part of local folklore, and they vary from one region to the next. Nearly all folklore suggests that Thursday pujas and Vrats bring wealth and happiness.

Some stories depict Lord Vishnu as a Sadhu to test devotees on Thursdays. It is Brihaspati in other stories. The story begins with the protagonist denying alms and being lethargic. Later, they realize their error, observe Thursday Vrat, and are pleased by the Gods.

Fasting devotees wear yellow-colored dresses and offer Vishnu or Brihaspati yellow-colored fruits and flowers. Chana Dal (Bengal Gram) and ghee are only allowed to be consumed once. Yellow-colored food can be eaten throughout the day. Some regions worship bananas and plantain, and they are also watered.

Friday is dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi, Durga, and Santoshi Maa

Friday is dedicated to Mother Goddess, Mahalakshmi (Santhoshi Ma), Annapuraneshwari (Durga), and Durga. On the day, sweets are given out. Vrat devotees make it a point not to eat at night.

Friday is dedicated to Santhoshi Ma, Shukra, or Venus.

Each day of the Hindu religion is dedicated to a specific God or Goddesses. Friday, Shukrawar, is dedicated to Shakti (the Mother Goddess of Hinduism) and Shukra or Venus. Santhoshi Matha, an incarnation of Shakti, is one of the most important Vrats or Upvaas (fasts) days. Because a devotee fasts 16 consecutive Fridays, the fast is also called "Solah Shukravar Vrats." Friday is considered the most important day for white color.

Shukra is another deity that was appeased on this day. He is known for bringing joy and wealth. Shukra is the most productive and fortunate period in an astrological chart.Goddess Mahalaxmi

Friday is considered a highly auspicious day for Shakti worship - Durga and Kali, as well as other forms - This day is a big one for Shakti temples throughout India.

On this day, devotees wear white dresses. Shukravar is a fast that begins at sunrise and ends at sunset. Fasting means that the person does not eat evening meals. The most popular food is white-colored foods like milk or kheer.

Fast can be kept for many reasons, including removing children's obstacles, having a happy family, etc.

Shukravar is associated with many stories. In nearly all stories, Venus or Lord Shukra are dishonored at first, but the devotee soon realizes their error through many untoward events. Finally, the devotee realizes their mistake and propitiates Shukra.

Saturday is dedicated to Lord Shani and Lord Hanuman

Saturday is dedicated to removing the negative influence of Lord Shani. People who practice Hindu astrology are most likely to observe the Vrat on this day. People visit Shani shrines and Navagraha shrines to observe the Vrat.

Saturday Fasting in Honor of Hindu God Shani & Lord Hanuman

Talking about Shani or Sani will trigger fear in Hindus, as well as the mention of possible ill effects and problems. Hindus fear Shani, particularly those who believe in Astrology. To avoid suffering and misfortunes on Shanivar or Saturday, many people observe a Upvaas.

The belief is that those blessed by Lord Hanuman will be protected from the wrathful Shani. Many people worship Hanuman in their homes or temples. On Saturday, black is the preferred color.

Lord Shani

Shani, one of the Navagrahas, is worshipped at many temples. There are even temples dedicated solely to Shani. People who observe Shanivar Vrat often visit Shani shrines. Shani is offered black-colored items such as sesame oil. The color of Shani's idol is always black.

Fasting devotees on Saturday eat only one meal after prayers. Sesame oil, black gram, or other dark-colored foods are the most common ingredients in food preparations.

Shani is portrayed as a deity riding a vulture and carrying a bow, arrows, and a bow. Some devotees worship a black iron idol of Sani.

Some people worship the Peepal Tree by tying the thread around its bark. On the same day, black-colored items such as sesame oil or clothes are donated.

Many Hindus avoid Saturday journeys because Shani is so fearful. Many stories are told about the terrible effects Shani has on people's lives.

However, Shani is generally believed to have spared Lord Hanuman's devotees. Legend says that Lord Hanuman saved Shani from Ravana. This occurred during the epic Ramayana episode about the burning of Lanka. Lord Shani promised then that he would not disturb Lord Hanuman.

Lord Hanuman

You should be aware that the worship of a deity on a specific day can vary from one region to another and even from one community to another.

All upvaas and fasts have different results depending on who is doing them. It is a good idea if everyone in the family can participate in a Vrata.

Watching a Vrata can bring about miracles; Brahman's realization is the greatest miracle. All rituals and observances can lead to understanding the Supreme Soul, which will instantly alleviate all suffering.

14 Jun '22 Tuesday

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