Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birth and return of Lord Ganesh – god of wisdom, wealth and prosperity. According to the Hindu calendar, Ganesha was born during the month of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada, so Ganeshotsav marks the celebration of the 10 days and falls during the months of August and September. However, this year the festival will be 11 days because of Dasamati August 31 and September 1. Ganesh Visarjan – Ganesha Immersion will be held on September 5th.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2017 – sthapana Rituals and Shubh Muhurat
According to Hindu mythology, Ganesha was born during madhyahna Kala or noon. Therefore, Ganesha Puja sthapana and are considered auspices during this period. Ganesh sthapana is completed with Ganesh Puja Shodashpachara or Ganapati Puja according to the Vedic rituals. The Muhurat Shubh to take home and Ganesha run the Ganesh Puja 11:06 am to 13:39 tomorrow August 25, 2017.
Why avoid sleep during Ganesh Chaturthi?
The Ganesh Chaturthi tithi begins tonight at 20: 27-20: 31 tomorrow. According to Vedic rules, avoid complete withdrawal for the specified time, as it may lead to Dosham or mitya mitya Kalank, which means that the viewer may be falsely accused of stealing. According to the legend behind mitya Dosham – Ganesha had cursed Chandra Dev that anyone could see in Shukla Chaturthi during the month of Bhadrapada would be cursed with mitya Dosha and would fall into disgrace in society. The rapids during Ganesh Chaturthi to seek the blessings of the Lord and stay away from mitya Dosha.
The time to avoid the transition to mass at Ganesh Chaturthi 2017
(The moon is present during the day, but nevertheless, because the sun, which does not appear)
What if the moon is seen during Ganesh Chaturthi?
According to Puranic ritual, if someone watches Moon during Ganesh Chaturthi, he can chant the mantra below and get rid of Mithyam Dosha looking for blessings from Ganesha!
The celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi witnessed a great pomp and display through the states of Maharashtra, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. Craftsmen are preparing for the months of Ganeshotsav by Ganesha idols and other arrangements. The Pandales of Ganeshotsav is seen everywhere and people praise the Lord by performing rituals accompanied by singing and dancing to traditional songs as well as Bollywood. The songs of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya are sung with great passion and’ ‘Modaks to serve the Lord the good times!