EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GANESH CHATURTHI
Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival celebrated by Indians every year in month of August-September. Lord Ganesha's clay statue is displayed in homes, temples, and on stages in pandals throughout this 10-day festival. The auspicious ceremony celebrates Lord Ganesha's birthday, who is known as the God of Fortune. It begins in the month of Bhadrapada, which is between August and September, on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar. This event is celebrated every year by local communities and pandals with significant enthusiasm. Here is how to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home if you are unable to join in the local celebrations:
Things Required for Puja:
Eco Friendly Lord Ganpati Idol, Chowki, Red Cloth (Asan), Chandan Tikka, Durva, Janeu, Gangajal, Camphor, Kumkum Roli, Betel Nuts (Supari), Moli, Flowers, Fruits, Sweets, Modak, Panchaamrit, Panchmeva, Aarti Book to read, Diya, Cotton Wicks, Puja Bell, Incense Cone or stick, Dhoop, Kalash, Whole Coconut, Paan Leaf, Haldi ( Turmeric Powder)
The Ganpati idol is first placed in the home for morning and evening worship. Before bringing the idol home, the entire house might be cleansed, and the entire family might be assembled to welcome the Lord.
Place the Eco Friendly Ganpati Idol on raised Platform covered with Red Cloth
Light an oil ghee diya lamp before starting the puja.
Invite Lord Ganesha to come home and accept the seat you offered and pray to him.
Offer flowers to Lord Ganpati.
Wash Lord Ganesha Feet with Ganga Jal.
Tie Roli in Right hand of Lord Ganesha Statue.
Make Panchamrit with milk, sugar, curd, ghee, and honey to Offer Lord Ganpati
Drink Panchamrit with your left hand.
Cover the Upper body of Lord Ganpati Idol with decorative cloth
Offer Chandan Tikka, Camphor, Durva and Janeu to Lord Ganesha and light Ghee Diya by lightening lamp and incense stick
Offer bhog to Lord Ganpati with sweets, Modak and fruits.
Offer Whole Coconut, Supari, Paan, Haldi, Kumkum, Camphor to Lord Ganesha by putting all items in Puja Thali or in a plate.
Offer currency notes (Not mandatory)
Read and Sing the Ganesha Aarti and stand and turn around from your right. Offer Flowers and bow before the Lord Ganpati
Ask for Forgiveness If you make a mistake while doing the puja.
Shubh Muhurat Date and Important Timings:
Festival: Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, Vinayaka Chavithi
Significance: Rebirth of Lord Ganesha
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2023
Tithi starts: 18 September at 12:39 p.m
Tithi ends: 19 September at 1:43 p.m
Ganesh Puja Shubh Muhurat 2023:
11:00 am to 1:26 pm on 19th September
Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayak Chavithi 2023 will start at 12:39 pm on Sep 18th, 2023 and end at 8:43 pm on Sep 19th according to the Hindu calendar.
The Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 muhurat will be between 11:01 am and 1:28 pm on 19th September 2023.
Time to avoid Moon sighting – 09:45 AM to 08:44 PM
Visarjan Timing on Ganesh Chaturthi and Date:
(Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat Timings)
The Visarjan will take place on Thursday 19th Septembe 2023
Morning Muhurat (Chara, Labha, Amrita)- 13:28 pm to 13:47 pm Afternoon Muhurat(Shubha)- 15:18 pm to 16:50 pm Evening Muhurat(Labha)- 19:50PMto 21:18 pm Night Muhurat(Shubha, Amrita, Chara)- 22:47 pm to03:12AM, 20th Sep,2023
Visarjan after one and half Day:
The Visarjan will take place on Wednesday, 20th September, 2023 Afternoon Muhurat(Chara, Labha)- 15:18pm to 18:21pm Evening Muhurat(Shubha, Amrita, Chara)- 19:49pm to12:15 am, 21st Sep 2023 Early Morning Muhurat(Labha)-03:12 am to04:40 am, 21st Sep 2023.
3rd Day Visarjan:
The Visarjan will take place on Thursday, 21st September, 2023 Morning Muhurat(Shubha)-06:09 am to07:40 am Morning Muhurat(Chara, Labha, Amrita)-10:43 am to 15:17 pm Afternoon Muhurat(Shubha)- 16:48 pm to 18:19 pm Evening Muhurat(Amrita, Chara)- 18:19 pm to 21:17 pm Night Muhurat(Labha)-12:14 am to01:43 am, 22nd Sep 2023.
5th Day Visarjan:
The Visarjan will take place on Saturday,23rd Sep 2023 Morning Muhurat(Shubha)-07:41 am to09:12 am Afternoon Muhurat(Chara, Labha, Amrita)-12:13 pm to 16:46 pm Evening Muhurat(Labha)- 18:17 pm to 19:46 pm Night Muhurat(Shubha, Amrita, Chara)- 21:15 pm to01:43 am, 24th Sep 2023 Early Morning Muhurat(Labha)-04:41 am to06:10 am,24th Sep 2023
7th Day Visarjan:
The Visarjan will take place on Monday, 25th September, 2023 Morning Muhurat(Amrita)-06:11 am to07:41 am Morning Muhurat(Shubha)-09:12 am to10:42 am Afternoon Muhurat(Chara, Labha, Amrita)- 13:43 pm to 18:15 pm Evening Muhurat(Chara)- 18:15 pm to 19:44 pm Night Muhurat(Labha)- 22:43 pm to12:13 am, 26th Sep, 2023
What is Eco-Friendly Ganesha, and What is the Concept Behind Eco-Friendly Idol?
After ten days, on Ganeshotsav, also known as Ganesh Visarjan Day, devotees immerse the statue of Lord Ganesh in a river, sea, or other body of water. There are lots of problems with doing this. First Visarjan in the river or sea is not possible in all cities, and it generates numerous types of pollution that contribute to the constantly worsening ecological conditions.
On Ganesh Chaturthi, we invite Ganpati Bappa to come home and accept the seat we offer. But this is not an ideal way to send Bappa back home by sending Visarjan the idol in polluted river and sea water.
The concept of an Eco-Friendly Ganesha Idol is the best solution to all the above problems. First, you do not need to go far to the river or sea to do Visarjan; you can easily do it at home. Second, you can celebrate the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival without harming the environment by using these eco-friendly Ganpati idols. This is also the best way to honour the gods who created this amazing universe.
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