Ganesh Chaturthi 2022: Know How Lord Ganesha Was Born? Know about 10 days Ganesha festival

Ganesh Chaturthi 2022: Know How Lord Ganesha Was Born? Know about the 10 days Ganesha festival: According to scriptures, Wednesdays are particularly fruitful for worshiping Lord Ganesha. The 10-day Ganeshotsav festival is starting on Wednesday. According to mythological belief, Lord Ganesha was born on Chaturthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha month of Bhadrapada, hence Lord Ganesha is specially worshiped on both the Chaturthi Tithi that falls every month.

Know How Lord Ganesha Was Born?

Ganesh Chaturthi 2022: Know How Lord Ganesha Was Born?  Know about 10 days Ganesha festival
Ganesh Chaturthi 2022: Know How Lord Ganesha Was Born? Know about 10 days Ganesha festival

According to the myth of Chaturthi, one mother Parvati gave birth to a beautiful child from the dirt of her body before going to bathe and named him Ganesha. Parvatiji instructed the child not to go inside, saying that Parvatiji went inside to bathe. When Lord Shiva comes there the child stops him from coming in and says my mother is bathing inside, you can’t go inside. Shiva explained a lot to Ganeshji and said that Parvati is my wife. But when Ganesha did not agree, Shiva got very angry and went inside by cutting Ganesha’s throat with his trident.

Parvatiji saw Shiva inside and said, how did you come now? I left Ganesha out. Then Shiva says I killed him and entered inside. Then Parvati gets angry and says, I will leave now when you bring our son back to life, not otherwise. Shiva tries to convince Parvati a lot but she does not agree to anything.

All the gods gathered, and all celebrated Parvati, but they did not listen. Then Shiva asked Lord Vishnu to bring the head of a child whose mother was sleeping on her back with her child. Vishnuji immediately ordered Garuda Ji to find such a child and bring it to his neck immediately. After much searching, Garuda Ji found only one elephant which was sleeping with its back to the child. Garuda immediately took the child’s head and came to Shiva. Shiva placed that head on Ganesh Ji and gave the soul to Ganesh Ji, along with the boon that in any puja from today, Ganesh Ji will be worshiped first. So if you do any work, you should worship Ganesha first, otherwise, the worship will not be successful.

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Know about 10 days Ganesha festival

According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the Chaturthi tithi of the Shuklapaksha month of Bhadrapada. Lord Ganesha is believed to have been born on this day. Ganesh Chaturthi festival is celebrated for 10 days. On this day people install idols of Ganapati Bappa at home and worship him for 10 days. On the tenth day of Ananta Chaturdashi, Lord Ganesha is sacrificed. So today on the special occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, know the auspicious time to bring Ganapati Bappa home-

Muhurat and timings

The festival will begin on Ganesh Chaturthi which is falling on 31 August this time. However, the Ganesh Chaturthi tithi will fall between 30 and 31 August. The Tithi time will begin at 3:33 pm on 30 August and will last till 3:22 pm the next day. Anant Chaturdashi falling on 9 September will mark the end of the festival when devotees will immerse the Ganesha idol in water.

Shubh Muhurat for Murti Sthapana and and Pooja on August 31

Shubh Yog – 31st August, 2022 – 05:58 AM to 09:00 AM

Shubh Choghadiya – 31st August, 2022 – 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM

Evening Auspicious Time – 31st August 2022 – 03:30 PM – 06:30 PM

According to the Hindu calendar, one should avoid moon sighting on 30 August from 3:33 pm to 8:40 pm and between 9:29 am to 9:10 pm on 31 August.

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