Chhath Puja 2020 Puja Vidhi, Shubh Muhurat: Chhath Mahaparva will be concluded on 21 November. This day is also called Parana. Paran has special significance in Chhath Puja. It is believed that by worshiping Chhath Puja lawfully, all kinds of desires are fulfilled. On this day special yoga is being done.
According to the Panchang, 21 November is Saturday. This day is the date of Saptami and three major planets Jupiter, Saturn and Moon are transiting in Capricorn. It was during Chhath Puja that the god Guru Jupiter entered Capricorn with his own sign Sagittarius.
In the Chhath puja, rising sun is given to Aghrya. Arghya is considered to be very auspicious. The festival of Chhath is celebrated for four days. The first day of Chhath festival is of Nahai-Khay. Kharna, the second day of Chhath, arghya is offered to the sun sinking on the third day of Chhath and the sun god is burnt on the fourth day of Chhath i.e. the rising day. On the last day, there is a law to offer arghya to the sun god standing in water. After this, women revolve around seven times. After this, the process of passing the fast ends.
Give arghya to God like this
On the last day of Chhath Puja, water, red sandalwood, rice, red flowers and Kush should be rendered in a copper lotus and rendered invisible to the Sun God. While offering Arghya, Sun God should be seen from the stream of water and should speak his wishes. After offering arghya, greet the sun and pray to keep the soul pure. In astrology, Sun God is considered as a factor of soul. To achieve success in life, it is considered to be absolutely necessary for the soul to be pure.
Chhath Puja Pass
7th day: 21 November 2020
Sunrise morning: At 06:49
Sunset Evening: At 05:25