Date- Monday, 20 September 2021
Bhadrapada Purnima 2021
Date- Monday, 20 September 2021
Normally, all the Purnima has its own importance but the Bhadrapada Purnima holds its own special significance. This fast is more important because Pitru Paksha begins on this day. The Shradh that begins on this day ends on Ashwin Amavasya. The Purnima is also called Bhadrapada Purnima because this falls in the month of Bhadra. Lord Satya Narayana is worshipped on this day which is the form of Lord Vishnu. Observing the Uma Maheswara fast also has a special significance. The women should especially observe this fast.
The full moon starts at-05:30:29 on September 20
And ends on- 21 September at 05:26:40
By following the right rituals of Bhadrapada Purnima Puja you can make your worship well-becoming.
Following are its steps
Step 1- One should get up early in the morning and take vows of the fast.
Step 2- After taking the vow you must take a bath in the Holy River or Kund.
Step 3- On this day, worshipping The Lord Satya Narayana is of special importance so one should worship him who is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu by following all the rituals and offer him flowers along with Naivedya.
Step 4- On this day, the Katha of recitation of Satyanarayana should be organised in the house which should be heard and narrated to others.
Step 5- The Prasad of Panchamrit and churma should be distributed among the people.
Step 6- One should donate things to needy people
The Bhadrapada Purnima has great importance. By observing a fast on this day, a person's sufferings are removed and happiness and prosperity come into his life. To get rid of your miseries it is important to take a bath in any of the Baikuntha. On the other hand, doing charity is very auspicious and you shall always have the blessings of God. This fast is also kept in order to attain liberation from the sins or the insults done to other people unknowingly.
The Uma- Maheshwara fast has a special significance on Bhadrapada Purnima. This holds special importance for women. In The Bhavishya Puran, this fast is told to observe on the Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Margashirsha month. But in the Narada Puran, it is said to observe this fast on the Purnima of Bhadrapada. In this case, this fast should be observed on both days. The women observe this fast with the Desire of attaining Intelligence and good luck for the children. Those observing this fast should establish the idol of Lord Shiva and Parvati. While performing the puja one should meditate on Lord Shiva and the form of Ardh Bhagwati of Maa Parvati.
According to the Matsya Puran, there lived a Maharishi durvasa in the ancient times, Durvasa once was going towards home after seeking the blessings of Lord Shankar and at that point, he then met Lord Vishnu. In the honor of Lord Vishnu, Durvasa had nothing to give him so he presented him with the garland of Vilva Patra given by Lord Shankar. Lord Vishnu accepted this offering but put it on the neck of Garuda. This made Durvasa realize that Lord Vishnu had insulted Lord Shankar. In such a situation, Durvasa cursed Lord Vishnu that all his things will be taken away from him and he shall become Lakshmi vihin. Not only this, the Sheshnag and Kshir Sagar should also be taken away from him. Lord Vishnu asked for forgiveness for the mistake he committed unknowingly and asked for the solution to get liberation from this curse. So at that point, Durvasa advised him to observe the fast of Bhadrapada Purnima. After keeping this fast all the powers of Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi Ji were regained.
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