Sharadiya Navratri is starting from the next day after the end of Pitru Paksha. This year the first fast of Shardiya Navratri will be observed on 26 September. Let us tell you that Shardiya Navratri, which starts from Shukla Paksha, is concluded with Kanya Puja on Navami Tithi.
Now the month of September is going on and the process of festivals has started. From Ganeshotsav to Daslakshana festival is being celebrated with full enthusiasm across the country. Apart from this, there are many such major festivals, which are going to be celebrated in this month. If you want that you do not miss out on celebrating any festival or fast, then you should already know about this list. So today in this article we are telling you about all the major fasts and festivals celebrated in the month of September-
Anant Chaturdashi – 9 September
The day of Anant Chaturdashi is special in many ways. Where Vishnu devotees worship him on this day and keep a fast. At the same time, Ganeshotsav also ends on this day and people immerse the installed Ganesh idol. Also, wish that Bappa visits his house next year also.
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Shradh Paksha – 10 September
This year Shradh Paksha will start from 10th September and it will end after about 15 days i.e. on 25th September. Let us tell you that Shradh Paksha starts from full moon day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month and ends on Amavasya date of Ashwin month. This Pitru Paksha is special in many ways, because on these days Pind Daan etc. is done for the peace of the souls of the ancestors. Due to which the ancestors are pleased and leave with blessings.
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Shardiya Navratri begins – 26 September
Sharadiya Navratri is starting from the next day after the end of Pitru Paksha. This year the first fast of Shardiya Navratri will be observed on 26 September. Let us tell you that Shardiya Navratri, which starts from Shukla Paksha, is concluded with Kanya Puja on Navami Tithi. During the holy days of Navratri, the devotees of the mother worship her with full devotion and observe a fast.
– Mithali Jain