Pradosh Vrat: Today, on the Trayodashi Tithi (Thirteenth Day), Margashirsha, Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the Moon), Lord Shiva devotees shall observe a fast and perform Shiva Puja during Pradosh Kaal. Read on to know the Shiva puja vidhi, katha and shubh muhurat.
Today's Panchang, December 2, 2021: Today is the Trayodashi Tithi (Thirteenth Day), Krishna Paksha (waning or the dark phase of the Lunar cycle), Margashirsha, Guruwar/Brihaspatiwar (Thursday). Read on to know about today's sunrise, sunset, timings, shubh & ashubh muhurat, nakshatra, etc.
On Trayodashi Tithi, Margashirsha, Krishna Paksha, Lord Shiva devotees shall observe a day-long fast and perform Puja during Pradosh Kaal. Read on to know the date, shubh muhurat and significance of the festival
Panchang, December 1, 2021: Today is the Dwadashi Tithi (Twelfth day), Krishna Paksha (waning or the dark phase of the Lunar cycle), Margashirsha, Budhwar (Wednesday). Read on to know about today's sunrise, sunset, timings, shubh & ashubh muhurat, nakshatra, etc.
The Hindu month of Margashirsha concurs with December, and it is known for auspicious days like Vivah Panchami, Vaikuntha Ekadashi, Gita Jayanti. Scroll down to check out the list of festivals in December 2021.
Utpanna Ekadashi 2021 Parana time and Vrat Katha: The word Utpanna means (emergence/birth). The Ekadashi Vrat of Margashirsha, Krishna Paksha, is associated with Goddess Ekadashi. Read on to know the story of this Ekadashi Vrat, the parana time and rules.
Utpanna Ekadashi vrat rules and puja vidhi: Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe a Vrat on the eleventh day of the Lunar fortnight, and the Ekadashi of the Margashirsha, Krishna Paksha (as per the Purnimant calendar), is referred to as Utpanna Ekadashi. On this day, the Keshava form of Lord Vishnu is worshipped. Read on to know the Ekadashi vrat rules and vidhi.
Utpanna Ekadashi 2021 date and significance: Utpanna Ekadashi marks the birth of Goddess Ekadashi, who emerged from the energy of Lord Vishnu to eliminate a demon named Murasura. Read on to know more about this day.
Kaal Bhairav Puja Vidhi and Vrat Rules: Kaal Bhairav is the fiercest form of Lord Shiva. Devotees observe his birth anniversary on the Ashtami Tithi, Krishna Paksha Kartik (as per the Amavasyant calendar). A day-long vrat is observed puja is performed at midnight. Scroll down to know the fasting rules and puja vidhi.
Kaal Bhairav Jayanti 2021: Kaal Bhairav is believed to be the fiercest form of Lord Shiva. And this avatar came into being on the Ashtami Tithi, Krishna Paksha Margasirsha month. So today, on Kaal Bhairav Jayanti, read the Kalabhairava Ashtakam composed by Adi Shankaracharya and chant these mantras.
Kaal Bhairav Jayanti Katha: According to one of the Kaal Bhairav Jayanti Katha versions, Lord Shiva appeared as Kaal Bhairav to punish Lord Brahma. Read on to know what Lord Brahma did and what enraged Lord Shiva.
Kaal Bhairav Jayanti 2021 date: Lord Shiva took the avatar of Kaal Bhairav on the Ashtami Tithi, Krishna Paksha, in the Hindu month of Margashirsha (as per Purnimant calendar) and Kartik (as per Amavasyant calendar). Therefore, devotees observe the birth anniversary of Kaal Bhairav on this day.
Sankashti Moonrise time today and puja vidhi: The vrat observed in Kartik Maas (as per the Amavasyant calendar), or Margashirsha (according to the Purnimant calendar), is referred to as Ganadhipa Sankashti Vrat. Devotees keep a day-long vrat and break it only after sighting the Moon. Therefore, read on to know the Moon timings in your city tonight and check out the puja vidhi.
Ganadhipa Sankashti Ganesh Chaturthi Vrat Katha: Devotees of Lord Ganesha observe a day-long fast every month on the Chaturthi Krishna Paksha Tithi. Interestingly, each Sankashti Chaturthi has a specific name and significance. Scroll down to know the Ganadhipa Sankashti Chaturthi Vrat Katha.
Happy Guru Nanak Jayanti 2021: The Purnima Tithi (Puranmashi) of the Kartik (Katak) month is an important day for Sikhs because it marks the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Today, the 552nd Gurpurab of the Sikh Guru will be observed. And as the celebrations begin, shares these Happy Gurpurab 2021 wishes, images, messages, quotes, WhatsApp and Facebook status with loved ones
Happy Karthigai Deepam 2021 wishes, images, and quotes: The Karthigai Pournami tithi is of great significance in the Tamil calendar. This auspicious day is associated with Lord Shiva and his son Karthikeya (also known as Murugan, Subramanian, Aarumugham, Shanmugham). Hence, people light oils lamps to pay tributes to the deities. And today, as the festivities begin, send these Happy Karthigai Deepam 2021 wishes, images, quotes, messages, WhatsApp and Facebook status to your near and dear ones.
Chandra Grahan November 2021: A partial lunar eclipse is expected to take place this week on Kartik Purnima Tithi. This will be the second and the last Chandra Grahan of 2021. But will this Grahan be visible in India? Will Sutak rules apply? Read on to know more.
Today's Panchang, November 18, 2021: Today is the Chaturdashi Tithi (Fourteenth Day), Shukla Paksha (waxing or the bright phase of the Lunar cycle), Kartik, Guruwar/Brihaspatiwar (Thursday). Read on to know about today's sunrise, sunset, timings, shubh & ashubh muhurat, nakshatra, etc.
Happy Dev Deepawali 2021 wishes, images and quotes: Dev Diwali celebrations concurs with Kartik Purnima. A legend suggests that the Gods celebrated the victory of Lord Shiva over three demons on this day. And as the festivities begin, share these Happy Dev Deepawali 2021 wishes, images, quotes, WhatsApp and Facebook status and messages with friends and family.
Happy Kartik Purnima 2021 wishes, images and quotes: Kartik Purnima (the Full Moon day in the month of Kartik) is one of the most significant days in the Hindu calendar. It is deemed auspicious and one of the most sacred days. And today, as the celebrations begin, share these Happy Kartik Purnima 2021 messages and status with loved ones.