puja muhurat in 2021

Puja Muhurat in 2021

Puja Muhurat in 2021

The right day, the right time to complete or start any work, that is done with the help of the auspicious time which gives quick success in that work. From the Vedic period till today, it has been a tradition to observe auspicious times before performing any work. The work done in the auspicious time is done smoothly, it is the word of sages and scholars which is also empirical.

What is the importance of Muhurta, and how the auspicious Muhurta is selected, and what information about the goodness of the day, date, constellation, Karan, etc. is an important contributor? Let’s know what determines the nature of the auspicious and inauspiciousness of all these constituent elements of the Muhurta and what direction and condition the work gets from it. According to the folk tradition, choosing the auspicious time to start any auspicious task is called Muhurta selection. To ensure the accomplishment of work, Muhrat is optimal to start your work in an auspicious time that remains in the hearts of all. The practice of watching Muhurta has been going on for thousands of years.

It is but natural that the work done in this inauspicious time will either not be completed or will be delayed or with disruption or it may or may not happen. But those tasks have negative energy surrounding them that cannot guarantee that the work done in that time will be completed or there is no interference in it. But it is true that instead of choosing an inauspicious time, it will be good to choose the auspicious time, because if a good time does not change our fate, then it can make the path of success easier.

The Hindu calendar also has only 12 months in a year. The month is also 30 days only. The full moon ends on the full moon day. Purnimanta month is prevalent in North India. At the same time, Amavasya ends Amant month. Amant has more recognition in the south. The first date of the month is Pratipada. Then there are fourteen dates till Dwitiya, Tritiya, etc. Chaturdashi. This is followed by the full moon on the fifteenth date. The fifteenth date is Amavasya. Festivals have different importance in India. Festivals are celebrated with great fervor. Their importance is also very high. Preparations begin well in advance. Let us tell you which fast and festival will come on which date in this year i.e. 2021. Know about the fasts and festivals coming in the year 2021.

January

02 January: Sankashti Chaturthi

January 09: Safala Ekadashi

January 10: Pradosh Vrat

January 11: Monthly Shivaratri

January 13: Lohri

January 14: Makar Sankranti, Pongal

January 15: Magha Bihu

January 16: Vinayak Chaturthi

January 20: Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti

24 January: Paush Putrada Ekadashi

26 January: Bhaum Pradosh fast

28 January: Paush Purnima

31 January: Sankashti Chaturthi

February

07 February: Shattila Ekadashi

09 February: Bhaum Pradosh Vrat

10 February: Monthly Shivaratri

February 11: Mouni Amavasya

February 12: Magh Gupta Navratri begins, Kumbh Sankranti

15 February: Ganesh Jayanti, Vinayak Chaturthi

February 16: Vasant Panchami

19 February: Achala Saptami, Shivaji Jayanti

February 20: Bhishma Ashtami

February 21: Magha Gupta Navratri finale

23 February: Jaya Ekadashi

February 24: Pradosh Vrat

27 February: Magha Purnima, Guru Ravidas Jayanti

March

02 March: Sankashti Chaturthi

March 06: Janaki Jayanti

March 08: Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti, Guru Ramdas Jayanti

March 09: Vijaya Ekadashi

March 10: Pradosh Vrat

March 11: Mahashivratri

March 13: Falgun Amavasya

March 14: Meen Solstice

March 15: Phulera Dooj

March 17: Vinayak Chaturthi

March 21: Holashtak starts

March 25: Amalaki Ekadashi

March 26: Pradosh Vrat

March 28: Holika Dahan, Phalgun Purnima

March 29: Holi

March 30: Holi Bhai Dooj or Bhatrwaditiya

April

April 07: Papamochini Ekadashi

April 09: Pradosh Vrat

April 10: Monthly Shivaratri

April 13: Ghatasthapana, Chaitra Navratri begins

April 14: Vaisakhi

April 16: Vinayak Chaturthi

April 21: Ram Navami

April 22: Chaitra Navratri Paran

April 23: Kamada Ekadashi

April 24: Shani Pradosh

April 26: Chaitra Purnima

April 30: Sankashti Chaturthi

May

May 07: Baruthini Ekadashi

May 08: Shani Pradosh

May 09: Monthly Shivaratri

May 15: Vinayak Chaturthi

May 22: Mohini Ekadashi

May 24: Mon Pradosh Vrat

May 26: Buddha Purnima, Vaisakh Purnima

May 29: Sankashti Chaturthi

June

06 June: Apara Ekadashi

07 June: Mon Pradosh Vrat

08 June: Monthly Shivaratri

June 10: Rohini Vrat, Vat Savitri Vrat, Amavasya, Shani Jayanti

June 13: Maharana Pratap Jayanti

14 June: Vinayak Chaturthi

20 June: Pitru Divas, Ganga Dussehra

June 21: Nirjala Ekadashi

June 22: Bhoom Pradosh

June 24: Jyestha Purnima

27 June: Sankashti Chaturthi

July

July 05: Yogini Ekadashi

July 07: Pradosh Vrat

July 08: Monthly Shivaratri

July 13: Vinayak Chaturthi

July 20: Devshayani Ekadashi

July 21: Pradosh Vrat

23 July: Ashadh Purnima

27 July: Sankashti Chaturthi

August

August 04: Kamika Ekadashi

August 05: Pradosh Vrat

August 06: Monthly Shivaratri

August 12: Vinayak Chaturthi

August 18: Shravan Putrada Ekadashi

August 20: Pradosh Vrat

21 August: Onam

August 22: Rakshabandhan, Shravan Poornima

25 August: Sankashti Chaturthi

August 30: Janmashtami

September

September 03: Aja Ekadashi

September 04: Shani Pradosh

September 05: Monthly Shivaratri

September 10: Ganesh Chaturthi, Vinayak Chaturthi

September 17: Parlitini Ekadashi

September 18: Shani Pradosh Vrat

20 September: Bhadrapada Poornima

September 24: Sankashti Chaturthi

October

02 October: Indira Ekadashi

04 October: Mon Pradosh, monthly Shivaratri

October 07: Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti

October 09: Vinayak Chaturthi

October 12: Maha Saptami

October 14: Maha Navami

October 15: Dussehra

October 16: Papankusha Ekadashi

October 17: Pradosh Vrat,

October 20: Maharishi Balmiki Jayanti, Ashwin Purnima

October 24: Karva Chauth, Sankashti Chaturthi

November

November 01: Rama Ekadashi

02 November: Dhanteras, Bhaum Pradosh

03 November: Narak Chaturdashi, monthly Shivaratri

04 November: Diwali

05 November: Govardhan Puja

November 08: Kharna (Chhath Puja), Vinayak Chaturthi

10 November: Chhath Puja

November 14: Devuthan Ekadashi

16 November: Bhaum Pradosh

November 18: Karthik Purnima

20 November: Guru Tegh Bahadur Diwas

23 November: Sankashti Chaturthi

30 November: Utpana Ekadashi

December

02 December: Pradosh Vrat, monthly Shivaratri

07 December: Vinayak Chaturthi

14 December: Mokshada Ekadashi

16 December: Pradosh Vrat

December 18: Margashirsha Purnima

December 22: Sankashti Chaturthi

December 30: Safala Ekadashi

31 December: Pradosh Vra

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