Why do Kalash installation before Puja in Navratri, learn (credit: shutterstock / sachi gaikwad)
Chaitra Navratri 2021 Ghatasthapana Vidhi Shubh Muhurt: In Navratri, there is a tradition of Ghatasthapana or Kalash Establishment, because this Kalash is given the name of Lord Ganesha in the scriptures. This is the reason that Ghatasthapana Puja should be performed according to auspicious time, with the entire law and order.
Chaitra Navratri starts on Tuesday, April 13 and will end on Wednesday, April 21, with Navami Tithi. Ghatasthapana is important on the first day of Navratri. During this time, according to the auspicious time, devotees worship the mother Shailputri while performing Ghatasthapana with complete law and order. Let us know the auspicious time of Ghatasthapana and its method…
Chaitra Navratri 2021 Ghatasthapana Muhurta
Date: 13 April 2021, Tuesday
Duration: 4 hours 15 minutes
First day of Navratri and importance of Ghatasthapana
According to Hindu Panchang, Chaitra Navratri starts from Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. During this time there is a tradition of Ghatasthapana or Kalash establishment tradition, because this Kalash has been given the name of Lord Ganesha in the scriptures. This is the reason that Ghatasthapana Puja should be performed according to auspicious time, with the entire law and order.
Mother Shailputri will be worshiped on the first day of Navratri
According to the scriptures, Goddess Shailputri is considered to be the first form of Mother Durga. Being the daughter of Mount Raj Himalayas, this form of mother was named Shailputri. Due to his vehicle being Taurus, Manasailaputri is also known by the name Goddess Vrisharudha. Talking about the form of mother Shailputri, the trident in her right hand and the lotus flower in her left hand are adorned. Apart from this, in many states of India, this form of mother is also known by the name Sati. (credit: astrosage)