Here’s The Auspicious Date and Time, Rules For Ganesh Visarjan
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Lord Ganesha is a festival that holds a lot of importance for Hindus. is worshipped before the start of any auspicious work. He is believed to be the remover of obstacles and the God of new beginnings. Ganesh Chaturthi marks the birth anniversary of Lord Ganesha who was born on Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month.
Ganeshotsav is a major festival that is celebrated across the country. The 10-day-long festival began on September 19 and will end on September 28 with Ganesh Visarjan. The Lord will be immersed on Thursday, September 28 on the day of Anant Chaturdashi.
According to Drik Panchang, “Anant Chaturdashi is the most significant day for Ganesha Visarjan. Apart from Ganesha Visarjan, Anant Chaturdashi is very significant day to worship Lord Vishnu in Anant form. Devotees of Lord Vishnu observe a day-long fast and tie sacred thread during Puja. It is believed that sacred thread protects devotees from all sorts of trouble.
Ganeshotsav or Ganesh-Utsav, which begins on Ganesha Chaturthi, culminates on Anant Chaturdashi. Hence Ganeshotsav is celebrated for 10 days in the month of Bhadrapada. The last day of festivity is known as Ganesha Visarjan.”
Here, take a look at the date and time of Ganesh Visarjan
Ganesha Visarjan will be celebrated on Anant Chaturdashi on Thursday, September 28, 2023. The auspicious times for Ganesh Visarjan are,
- Morning Muhurat (Shubha) - 06:12 AM to 07:42 AM
- Morning Muhurat (Chara, Labha, Amrita) - 10:42 AM to 03:11 PM
- Afternoon Muhurat (Shubha) - 04:41 PM to 06:11 PM
- Evening Muhurat (Amrita, Chara) - 06:11 PM to 09:12 PM
- Night Muhurat (Labha) - 12:12 AM to 01:42 AM, Sep 29
The Chaturdashi Tithi will begin at 10:18 PM on Sep 27, 2023 and will end at 06:49 PM on Sep 28, 2023.
Rules to Follow While Immersing Lord Ganesha
Before you immerse Lord Ganesha, make sure that you worship him. Offer red sandalwood, red flowers, durva, motichoor laddoos or gram flour laddus, betel leaves, betel nut, incense sticks etc. to the Lord. Perform an aarti for the Lord and tie laddoos and dakshina in a bundle and give it to Ganpati. Since he is returning home, it is believed that you should not send hum away empty-handed. Pray to the lord and then lift the idol and shower flowers and colours. Then you immerse the lord in a place designated by the authorities or at home in a tub.