Ganesh Chaturthi has a special significance in Hindu religion. This day is celebrated in the celebration of the birth of Lord Ganesha. This festival is celebrated on the Chaturthi of the Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapad month. This festival is celebrated in every part of the country. However, it is celebrated differently in different parts of the country. Ganeshotsav is celebrated in Maharashtra after 10 days after Ganesh Chaturthi. During this, devotees establish the statue of Lord Ganesha in their house and during Ganesha Lord’s worship is done for the whole ten days. After this, Ganapati Ji is immersed on the last day ie, Anant Chaturdashi.
This time Ganeshotsav will be 11 days, not 10 days. This is because the two datings are dated in this period. This time, Dashera will remain on both the days of August 31 and September 1. Ganotsav will run from August 25 to Anant Chaturdashi on September 5. Ganesh Chaturthi’s day is considered very auspicious in Hinduism. Many people start auspicious work this day. It is believed that doing good auspicious work on this day gets good results.
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the special significance of worship of Ganesha on Chaturthi dates is given in the scriptures and mythology. But on the Chaturthi calendar of the whole year, the Chaturthi date of the Shukla party of Bhadra month has special significance, because Ganesha is believed to have been born on this date. Hence it is also known as Ganesh Chauth. On this day, the worship of Lord Ganesha is worshiped throughout the year by worshiping Ganesha. It is said in the scriptures that all obstacles of devotees are removed from the worship of Ganesha. Ganesha, who is also the master of intellect, intensifies the intellect of his devotees and provides benefits in business. That’s why you also try this easy remedy to please Ganapati this year.
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