🌤️ Date – 10 January 2023
🌤️ Day – Tuesday
🌤️ Vikram Samvat – 2079
🌤️ Shak Samvat-1944
🌤️ Ion – Dakshinayan
🌤️ Season – Shishir Rutu
🌤️ Month – Magh (Paush month according to Gujarat and Maharashtra)
🌤️ Side – Krishna
🌤️ Date – Tritiya till 12:09 noon then Chaturthi
🌤️ Nakshatra – Ashlesha till morning 09:01 Magha
🌤️ Yoga – Preeti till 11:20 am then Ayushman
🌤️ Rahukaal – From 03:30 PM to 04:52 PM
🌞 Sunrise – 07:19
🌦️ Sunset – 18:12
👉 Directional – in the north direction
🚩 Vrat festival details – Sankashti Chaturthi (moonrise: 09:08 night), Angaraki Chaturthi, Mangalwari Chaturthi (12:09 noon to January 11 sunrise)
🔥 Special – Eating Parval on Tritiya is going to increase the enemies. (Brahmavivarta Purana, Brahma Khanda: 27.29-34)
🌷 To Remove Obstacles and Troubles 🌷
👉 Sankashta Chaturthi on Tuesday, January 10, 2023 (moonrise night 09:08)
🙏🏻 It comes in Shiva Purana that on the day of Chaturthi of Krishna Paksha of every month (after Poonam), worship Ganapatiji in the morning and offer Arghya at night with the feeling of Ganapatiji in the moon and chant these mantras:
🌷 Om Ganpati Namah.
🌷 Om Somay Namah.
🌷 Mangalwari Chaturthi 🌷
👉 According to Indian time, Tuesday 10th January 2023 from 12:09 noon to 11th April sunrise) is Chaturthi, on this Maha Yoga, if you chant the 21 names of Lord Mars and offer prayers on earth and make auspicious resolutions, you will Can be free from gross debt..
👉🏻 The 21 names of Mangal Dev are as follows: –
🌷 1) Om Mangalay Namah
🌷 2) Om Bhumi Putraya Namah
🌷 3) Om Rana Hartre Namah
🌷 4) Om Dhan Praday Namah
🌷 5) Om Sthir Asanay Namah
🌷 6) Om Maha Kayaya Namah
🌷 7) Om Namah to all the virtuous devotees
🌷 8) Om Lohitaya Namah
🌷 9) Om Lohitakshaya Namah
🌷 10) Om Sam Gaanam Kripa Kare Namah
🌷 11) Om Dharatmajaya Namah
🌷 12) Om Bhujay Namah
🌷 13) Om Bhaumay Namah
🌷 14) Om Bhumijaya Namah
🌷 15) Om Bhumi Nandanay Namah
🌷 16) Om Angarkaya Namah
🌷 17) Om Yamaya Namah
🌷 18) Om Praharakaya Namah, the destroyer of all diseases
🌷 19) Om Vrishti Karte Namah
🌷 20) Om Vrishti Harate Namah
🌷 21) Om Sarv Kama Phal Praday Namah
🙏 Pranam Lord Mangal Dev with these 21 mantras..then Arghya should be offered on the earth..while offering Arghya, chant these mantras: –
🌷 bhoomi putro maha teja
🌷 kumaaro rakt vastraka
🌷 grahanarghyan maya dattam
🌷 rnam shaantim prayaakshme
🙏 he bhoomi putr!..maha kyaatejasvee,rakt vastr dhaaran karane vaale dev mera arghy sveekaar karo aur mujhe rin se shaanti praapt karao..
Sankashti Til Chaturthi fast today
Sankashti Chaturthi will be celebrated on January 10 this time in the new year. It is also called Sakat Chauth and Til Chauth. This time Sankashti Chaturthi is falling on Tuesday, hence it will be called Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi. Along with Ganeshji, the special importance of worshiping Hanumanji has also been told on this day.
The Chaturthi that falls in the Krishna Paksha of every month is called Sankashti Chaturthi. Sankashti Chaturthi, which falls in the month of Magha, has special significance. This time Sankashti Chaturthi is considered to be even more special as it falls on Tuesday. Being on a Tuesday, it is called Angaraki Sankashti Chaturthi. On this day, mothers pray to Lord Ganesha wishing for the long life of their sons and observe Sakat Chauth fast. On this day, mothers keep a waterless fast and break the fast by offering Arghya to the moon at night.
Auspicious time of Sankashti Chaturthi
Sankashti Chaturthi fast will be observed on January 10, 2023, as per the time given in the Panchang. Sankashti Chaturthi will begin on January 10 at 12:09 am and end on January 11 at 2:31 am. This fast is opened after offering Arghya to the moon at night, so it would be unanimous to observe the date of this fast on 10th January. On January 10, the time of moonrise has been told at 8.41 pm.
Puja method of Sankashti Chaturthi
Before sunrise on Sankashti Chaturthi, take a bath with sesame water and then worship Lord Ganesha facing north. Offer sesame, jaggery, laddu, durva and sandalwood to Ganesha. Also offer Modak as bhog. Sesame has special importance in this fast, so there is a law to offer Arghya by mixing sesame in water. After fasting for the whole day, worship Ganesha again in the evening after sunset and then wait for the moonrise. After moonrise, the moon should be offered Arghya with sesame seeds, jaggery etc. The fasting person should break his fast only after this Arghya. Sesame prasad should be eaten after worshiping Ganesha. Those who do not keep fast should also worship Ganesha and eat things made of sesame in the evening.
Significance of Sankashti Chaturthi
The meaning of Sankashti Chaturthi is the Chaturthi that removes troubles. By observing this fast, Ganesha gets pleased and removes all our troubles and blesses the children with longevity. It is also believed that on this day in mythological times, Lord Shiva removed the troubles of Ganesha by applying the head of an elephant, since then this day was worshiped as Sankashti Chaturthi. On this day fasting is also observed along with worship of Lord Ganesha and storytelling.
Story of Til Koot Sankashti Chaturthi
Legend has it that once Mother Parvati went to bathe. At the same time, he made the child Ganesha stand at the door of the bathroom, saying that until I come out after taking a bath. Balya Ganesh near the bathhouse