Janmashtami 2023 Vrat Parana: Today and tomorrow i.e. on 6 and 7 September 2023 Janmashtami will be celebrated on both the days. Janmashtami’s fast starts with Ashtami date and there is a law to celebrate it only after worshiping Kanha. According to the scriptures, by observing Janmashtami fast, Bal Gopal fulfills every wish of the devotee.
It has been said in the scriptures that observing the Janmashtami fast is as important as observing it. Let’s know when to celebrate Janmashtami fast this year, auspicious time, method and rules.
When to break Janmashtami 2023 fast? (Janmashtami 2023 Vrat Parana Date)
The fast of Janmashtami is celebrated only in auspicious time. According to belief on Janmashtami, people observe fast. Some people break the fast only after worship in the night, while some break the fast after sunrise in an auspicious time. On the other hand, some believe that Janmashtami fast should be celebrated after the end of Ashtami Tithi. You should observe Janmashtami fast according to your beliefs. According to the Panchang, Janmashtami fast will be celebrated on 7 September 2023.
Janmashtami 2023 Vrat Parana Muhurta (Janmashtami 2023 Vrat Parana Time)
7th September 2023 Ratri Muhurta – Those who are observing fast on 6th September 2023, want to break the fast after Krishna ji in the night, then break the fast only after 12.42 minutes on 7th September.
7th September 2023 Morning Muhurta – After worshiping Kanha on the night of 6th September, the next day on 7th September after 06.02 minutes is the auspicious time to break the fast. Those who after sunrise When the fast is broken, it should be passed during this time.
7th September 2023 Afternoon Muhurat – Those who break Janmashtami fast only after the end of Ashtami Tithi, can break the fast after 04.14 minutes on 7th September 2023.
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The fast of Janmashtami is considered to fulfill all the wishes. While breaking this fast, first of all eat the Prasad offered to Kanha in worship. Take Makhan, Mishri, Cucumber or Panjiri. After that, eat satvik food, which does not contain garlic and onion. Before breaking the fast, Prasad must be distributed among small children, because of this the worship of Kanha ji is considered complete.
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