Sharad Purnima 2020 Date & Time. Worship Maa Lakshmi This Day
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Sharad Purnima 2020 Date & Time

Sharad Purnima 2020 Date & Time. Why to worship Maa Lakshmi On This Day?

Sharad Purnima 2020 Date: The full moon date of Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month is called Sharad Purnima or Ashwin Purnima. This full moon is also called Kojagari Purnima. Mata Lakshmi is also worshiped along with Shri Hari Vishnu on this full moon. This time this full moon is on 30 October 2020. It is also said that on this day Mata Lakshmi roams the earth at night. Hence Iso Kojagari Purnima is named.

This day especially rice pudding is made and kept under the moon. It is said that on this day, Amritvarsha occurs. Therefore, eating kheer under the moon ends many kinds of problems. In the Bengali community, a special statue of Goddess Lakshmi is installed and worshiped at the place of Durga Puja on the day of Kojagari Lakkhi Puja.

Sharad Purnima Date:

Sharad Purnima Date Start:

05th October to 45th

Sharad Purnima Date ends:

08 October at 18:18

Moon is also specially worshiped on Sharad Purnima. It is said that it relieves many types of mental problems. On the day of Sharad Purnima, the mother is awakened overnight. It is said that the wealth and wealth of those who awaken on this day increase.

Sharad Purnima is considered to be very special for all the full moon days that occur throughout the year. On the night of Sharad Purnima, the beauty and aura of the moon is seen completely different. It has been said in the scriptures about Sharad Purnima that on this night the gods come from heaven to earth to see the beauty of the moon.

It is also believed on Sharad Purnima that Goddess Lakshmi comes to visit the earth on this night and goes to every house to see who is awake on this night and chants the Lord’s hymn. Hence it is also known as Kojagari Purnima. It is believed that on the night of Sharad Purnima, every person who falls asleep does not enter Mata Lakshmi at their home. In such a situation, some measures are taken to please Goddess Lakshmi and fulfill all wishes.

One should not sleep without naming Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi after waking up late on the night of Sharad Purnima. Because of awakening in the night, it is also called Kojagari Purnima i.e. waking night. On the night of Sharad Purnima, Kheer like nectar, which is kept under the open sky, must be accepted in the Prasad. To welcome Goddess Lakshmi on the night of Sharad Purnima, take a bath in the morning of the full moon and offer bhog, lamp and water to Tulsi. Mother Lakshmi is pleased by doing this. Apart from this, Mata Lakshmi mantra should also be chanted on Sharad Purnima.

Also Read: Maa Laxmi Puja Mantra

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