Ganesh Chaturthi 2021| Ganpati Sthapana and Visarjan Dates and Time

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021: The most auspicious hour for Ganesh Chaturthi puja this year is on September 10 from 11:03 a.m. to 1:33 p.m.

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This year’s Ganesh Chaturthi will take place on September 10th. The Lord Ganesh festival is celebrated with great pomp and zeal in several states, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, and Karnataka. The festival, which lasts ten days, comes to an end on September 21.

Lord Ganesh is revered as the remover of obstacles, and all-important events within the family and community, according to Hindu belief, begin with a request for his blessings. Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as the god of new beginnings, is one of the most important festivals dedicated to the deity.

The festival’s date changes every year because it is computed according to the Hindu calendar. On the Shukla Paksha Chaturthi, the fourth day of the fortnight between the new moon and the full moon of Bhadrapada, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated. This day usually falls in the months of August or September on the Gregorian calendar.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021: Date And Time

The most auspicious timing for Ganesh Chaturthi puja (worship) this year is on September 10 from 11:03 a.m. to 1:33 p.m. On September 10, the Chaturthi Tithi begins at 12:18 a.m. and finishes at 09:57 p.m.

The Amanta and Purnimanta Hindu calendars, which are the two primary units used across the country, are utilized to calculate the festival’s date and time.

11:22 am to 01:51 pm – Ahmedabad

11:03 am to 01:30 pm – Bengaluru

11:05 am to 01:35 pm – Chandigarh

10:52 am to 01:19 pm – Chennai

11:04 am to 01:33 pm – Gurgaon

10:59 am to 01:27 pm – Hyderabad

11:09 am to 01:38 pm – Jaipur

10:19 am to 12:48 pm – Kolkata

11:21 am to 01:49 pm – Mumbai

11:02 am to 01:32 pm – Noida

11:03 am to 01:33 pm – New Delhi

11:17 am to 01:45 pm – Pune

Ganesh Chaturthi 2021 : Visarjan

Though the festival is observed in various ways throughout the country, the essence of the event remains the same. During the ten days, a deity’s idol is taken home and worshipped for the duration of the festival or, in some situations, only partially.

The idol is immersed in a water body at the end of the 10-day timeframe, a process known as Ganesh Visarjan. Anant Chaturdashi is the day when devotees bid farewell to Lord Ganesh.

The ten-days puja rituals and celebrations, as well as the special food dishes produced as offerings for the deity, are the highlights of the festival. As prasad, dishes like modak and motichoor laddu are prepared and distributed.

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