today is the third day of Chhatha, which is known as Sandhya Arghya. On this day, Arghya is offered to the setting sun. Special attention should be paid to some things during the evening Arghya.
Publication date: Sun 19 Nov 2023 15:07 (IST)
Date Updated: Sun 19 Nov 2023 15:07 (IST)
- The third day of Chhath Puja is observed today viz. on Sunday 19 November.
- Chhath Prasad is carefully prepared from the third day onwards.
- People who fast on this day abstain from all kinds of food and drink.
Religion Desk, Indore. Chhath Puja 2023: Chhath Puja festival is one of the most important festivals. It is also known as Surya Shashthi, Chhath, Chhathi, Chhath Parv, Dala Puja, Pratihar and Dala Chhath. This four-day glorious festival started on November 17 and will end on November 20. Chhath festival is celebrated six days after Diwali. On this day devotees worship Chhathi Mata and Lord Surya. Today is the third day of Chhatha, which is known as Sandhya Arghya. On this day, Arghya is offered to the setting sun.
The Chhath festival ends with the rising sun, or Usha Arghya, on the fourth day. Special attention should be paid to some things during the evening Arghya.
what is evening argy
The third day of Chhath Puja is observed today viz. on Sunday 19 November. On this day, devotees follow the traditional ritual of Sandhya Arghya or Pehla Arghya, offering Arghya to the setting sun. Chhath Prasad is carefully prepared from the third day onwards, which is of great importance. Following this fast with full devotion brings prosperity in the family.
evening arghya auspicious time
Sunrise time – 06:49 hours
Sunset time – 17.44 h
Shashthi Tithi – till 7.23 am
Saptami Tithi – November 20, till 5.21
Abhijeet Muhurta – from 11.55 am to 12.38 pm
Perform evening prayer using this method
In the evening, Arghya is offered to Lord Surya and Chhath Mata along with soup and bamboo baskets filled with prasad material on the banks of the holy river. People who fast on this day abstain from all kinds of food and drink. The Nirjala fast ends on the fourth or last day of Chhath, when Usha Arghya is offered to the Sun God and Chhathi Mata. On the last day of Chhatha, after Arghya, devotees eat Prasad kept in a bamboo basket.
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