Hal Shashthi 2023: Sawan. Shashthi date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month is known as Hal Shashthi. On this day women fast for the long life and prosperity of their children.
Hal Shashti Vrat is dedicated to Balram, the elder brother of Lord Krishna. It is a religious belief that Lord Balarama was born on this day. The newlyweds observe this fast for the happiness of their children. Let us know the date, auspicious time and importance of Hal Shashthi fast.
Hal Shashti 2023 Date
This year Hal Shashti is on 5 September 2023. It is also known as Balaram Jayanti and Lalahi Chhath. The festival of Chhath is celebrated thrice a year, including Lalahi Chhath (2023), Chaiti Chhath and the big Chhath coming in the month of Kartik. In Hinduism, the festival of Chhath is considered special for the progress, happiness and peace of children.
Hal Shashti 2023 Muhurat (Hal Shashti 2023 Muhurat)
According to Panchang, the Shashti Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month will start on 4 September 2023 at 04:41 PM and Ishka will end the next day on 5 September 2023 at 03:46 PM.
- 09.31 am – 12.37 pm
Hal Shashti Significance
According to religious texts, the main weapon of Balram ji is plow and pestle, hence he is also called Haldhar, in his name this holy festival is named Hal Shashti. It is also called Haldhar. , On this day the tools used in agriculture are worshipped. Women observe this fast for the long life and prosperity of their children. It is believed that by observing this fast, all the troubles of the child go away. On the day of Halshashti, there is a law for mothers to eat Mahua’s Datun and Mahua.
Hal Shashthi Puja Vidhi
On the day of Hal Shashti, women make a pit and fill it with cow dung and make it into a pond. A branch of strawberry and palash is tied in this pond and buried in it. Chhath Mata is worshiped by worshiping Lord Ganesha and Mother Parvati. 7 types of grains are offered at the time of worship. In this fast, the food grown by plowing is not eaten. After worship, havan is performed with butter made from buffalo milk. The fast is observed after seeing the moon at night.
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