️Date – 03 September 2022
️Day – Saturday
️Vikram Samvat – 2079 (Gujarat-2078)
️Shaka Samvat -1944
️Ayan – Dakshinayana
️Season – Autumn tu
️Month – Bhadrapada
️Paksha – Shukla
️Tithi – Saptami till 12:28 after that Ashtami
️Nakshatra – Anuradha till 10:57 night after that the firstborn
️Yoga – Validity till 05:00 evening after that Vishkambh
️Rahukaal – 09:30 am to 11:04 am
Sunrise – 06:23
️Sunset – 18:51
Dishashul – in the east direction
Vrat festival details – Radha Ashtami, Mahalakshmi fasting begins, Gauri – invocation
Special – Eating palm fruit on Saptami increases the disease and destroys the body. (Brahmavaivarta Purana, Brahma Khand: 27.29-34)
In the 118th chapter of ‘Brahma Purana’, Shani Dev says- ‘Those who regularly touch the Peepal tree on my day i.e. Saturday, all their works will be accomplished and they will not have any pain from me. Those who wake up early in the morning on Saturday and touch the Peepal tree, they will not suffer from planetary pain. (Brahma Purana’)
Touching the Peepal tree with both hands on Saturday, ‘Om Namah Shivaya’. By chanting it 108 times, the effect of sorrow, difficulty and planetary defects gets pacified. (Brahma Purana’)
On every Saturday, by offering water to the root of Peepal and lighting a lamp, many kinds of troubles are relieved. (Padma Purana)
Lakshmi Prapti Vrat
Mahalakshmi fast starts from Saturday 03 September 2022
From Bhadrapada Shukla Ashtami to Ashwin Krishna Ashtami, if someone worships Mahalakshmi Mata in the house and offers Arghya to the moon at night, then Lakshmi increases in his house…
This year this sum is from Saturday 03 September 2022 to Saturday 17 September 2022…
🙏🏻 1) Worship Mahalakshmi.
🙏🏻 2) Offering Arghya to the moon at night with raw milk (a little bit) then with water…
🙏🏻 3) Chanting the mantra of Mahalakshmi.
🌷 Om Shrim Namah
🌷 OM Vishnu Priyaya Namah
🌷 Om Maha Lakshmi Namah
Chant any one of these..
Light a lamp of cotton oil at the place of granary of the house on every full moon. Due to its effect, there is a lot of blessings in the kitchen of the house. This is the Annapurna experiment.