Sankashti Chaturthi 2021: Fasting and worshipping Lord Ganesha on this day is a great way to rid yourself of all the troubles you may be experiencing.
Hindus celebrate Krishnapingala Sankashti Chaturthi 2021 as the day when Lord Ganesha is honored by devotees. Sankashti Chaturthi falls every month on the ChatuIt is still known as Krishnapingala Sankashti Chaturthi during Ashadha and Jyeshtha months.pingala Sankashti Chaturthi. The auspicious day for this month falls on Sunday, June 27. On Lord Ganesha’s birthday, worshippers observe a day-long fast to pray for prosperity and peace.
Start of Shubh Muhurat: 3:45 pm on Sunday, June 27
On Sunday, June 28, Shubh Muhurat ends at 2:16 p.m.
Moonrise Timing: 10:03 pm is the time of the Moonrise.
Puja Vidhi and Rituals for Sankashti Chaturthi 2021
An evening after the Moonrise is observed as Sankashti Chaturthi
- Before beginning puja in the evening, take a bath and wear clean clothes
- – Offer flowers, incense, durva grass, and do sindoor tilak to Lord Ganesha.
- – Offer bhog such as modaks or laddoo, as well as sweets or naivedya
- Read the Vakrathunda Mahakaya and Chant the Ganesha Ashtothra
- – Perform Ganesha aarti to conclude the puja
- – Fast for the entire day and eat nothing but fruits, root vegetables, and vegetables.
The traditional food on this day is sabudana khichdi, potatoes, peanuts, etc.
Fasting and worshipping Ganesha on this day according to Hindu belief will help one get rid of all troubles or doshas. Lord Ganesha, also known as Sankat Haran, removes obstacles and bestows prosperity, health, and happiness upon his devotees.
It was Lord Shri Krishna in the Dwapar Yuga who taught Pandava King Yudhishthir the importance of fasting. On this day, fasting and observing fast has been an age-old tradition since then.