Day 2 of Chhath Puja 2021: Here’s everything you need to know about Kharna, or Chhath Puja 2021.
Chhath Puja 2021: The auspicious four-day celebration of. Chhath Puja, dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun God) and Chhathi Maiya, begins on Monday, November 8. According to the Hindu calendar, Chhath occurs six days after. Diwali, or on the sixth day of the month of Kartik. The festival’s official start date is Nahay Khay, which falls on November 8 this year. The second day, known as. Kharna, will be observed on November 9, and the third day will be observed on November 10. On November 11th, Usha Arghya will put the festivities to a close. On this day, people offer Arghya to the rising sun before breaking their nirjala vrat.
Today is the second day of Chhath Puja, also known as Kharna. People fast from sunrise to sunset on this day, and in an arduous nirjala vrat, they offer the first. Arghya of Chhath to the ascending sun (fasting without water). On Kharna, an earthen burner is used to make a prasad of kheer with gud and Arwa chawal. In their worship, devotees frequently use seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Day 2 of Chhath Puja 2021: Only after offering prasad to the. Sun God after sunset can devotees break their fast. The third day of fasting begins after the prasad on the second day. Worshippers begin the nirjala vrat after finishing the jaggery kheer. Which lasts 36 hours and culminates with arghya at sunrise at the end of Chhath Puja.
The fasting person cooks the entire prasad and delivers it to the diety as bhog, according to the procedures.
The day following Diwali and for the four days of. Chhath Puja, devotees only eat satvik cuisine prepared without onion and garlic, with the. Highest level of hygiene, and after taking a bath.
Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, and Nepal. Surya Bhagavan (Lord Surya). People worship the deity and pray for the well-being and prosperity of their family during these four days. During Chhath, men can also fast, though women are more likely to do so.
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