Chhath Puja 2022 date, when is Chhath Puja in 2022: Date, Chhath Puja Samagri, Chhath Puja Nahaay-khaay

Chhath Puja 2022 date, when is Chhath Puja in 2022: Date, Chhath Puja Samagri, Chhath Puja Nahaay-khaay

Chhath Mahaparv is a four-day long festival celebrated in the regions of Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, and Purvanchal. Not only in India, but the festival is being celebrated abroad also with great pomp. As per astrology, the festival of Chhath is celebrated on the sixth day of Shukla Paksha. Sun is worshiped on Chhath festival. Surya or Sun is the god of food. Along with the Sun, Chhath Mayya is also worshiped during this time.

According to the beliefs, Chhath Maiya is known as the child-giving goddess and the nurturing goddess. Keeping the fast of Chhath brings happiness and prosperity to the family. This year Chhath Mahaparv will start from 28 October to 31 October.

 

Chhath Puja 2022 Date

October 28,  2022 - Nahay-Khay
October 29, 2022 - Kharna
October 30, 2022 - Arghya of the setting sun
October 31, 2022 - Arghya of the rising sun

 

Day 1: Chhath Puja Nahaay-khaay(नहाय-खाय)

Chhath festival begins with a bath. Which is on 28 October. On this day the house is cleaned and the fasting people eat vegetarian food like gram curry, rice, greens, etc. On this day the fasting people eat salt for the last time. Rock salt is also used in food.

 

Day 2: Kharna (खरना)

Kharna is held on the second day after the bath. On this day, the fasting fasts for the whole day. In the evening, women make jaggery pudding. The fast eats the same kheer after offering it to God first. On the next day, they observe a Nirjali fast of 36 hours. Cleanliness is of great importance in Chhath.

 

Day 3: Arghya of the setting sun (अस्तगामी सूर्य को अर्घ्य)

On the third day of the festival, Chhath Gratis offer arghya to the sun by standing on the banks of a river with thekuas made of wheat flour, jaggery and sugar and sugarcane, coconut, banana, turmeric, apple, fruits in their hands.

 

Day 4: Arghya of the rising sun (उगते सूर्य को अर्घ्य)

On the fourth day of the great festival, people reach the ghats and offer Arghya to the rising sun. This is called paran. On this day, after offering Argha to the rising sun, the story of Chhath is concluded.

 

Chhath Puja Samagri

Dhoti, lota and pattal, Large basket, banana leaves, milk, a cone, kumkum, batti, sampfic vermilion, incense kebatti, chowki, etc., of sweets, jaggery, bean, and mustard Birth, Mustard, another nutritious soil and Sugpari, 5 Ganpari, Sweet potato, Banana, Sev, Sinhala, Radish, Radish, and Ka.

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