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Vat Savitri fast is being observed for the first time, so definitely know the rules,

Khushbu Kumari Jha
Vat Savitri fast is being observed for the first time so definitely know the rules
Vat Savitri fast is being observed for the first time so definitely know the rules

According to the Panchang, this year Vat Savitri Puja is on 19th May. According to religious beliefs.

Vat Savitri Vrat is observed on the new moon day of the Krishna Paksha of the month of Jestha. Married women observe this fast for the long life and happiness of their husbands. According to the Panchang, this year Vat Savitri Puja is on 19th May. According to religious belief, on this day married women worship the banyan tree and circumambulate it to wish for unbroken good luck and a happy married life. If you are going to observe this fast for the first time, then you must take care of some things.

Ayodhya's Jyotishacharya Pandit Kalki Ram says that the fast of Vat Savitri is more important than the fast of Karvachauth. On this day married women wish for the long life of their husbands. Some rules have been given for married women who are going to observe Vat Savitri fast for the first time.

Know what is worship method

married women should first take a bath in Brahma Muhurta. After that, the idol of Savitri Satyavan, raw yarn, Akshat, vermilion, bamboo fan, red kalva, incense, incense sticks, earthen lamp, the makeup of Suhag, seasonal fruits, other, supari role, Batasha, cloth, coconut, betel leaf, etc. should be included in the worship material.

Rules of Vat Savitri Vrat

If a married woman is going to observe Vat Savitri fast for the first time, then she should first wear a red-colored saree and make-up after bathing. After this, a vow of fasting should be taken by cleaning under the banyan tree. Gangajal should be sprinkled. After that incense and incense sticks should be lit. Wrap the raw thread around the banyan tree seven times and go around it.

After this, one should listen to the story of Vat Savitri Vrat, then give money and take blessings from the mother-in-law. By doing this the husband gets longevity. Whatever fruits, flowers, grains, and clothes are thereafter worshiped should be kept in a basket and donated to a Brahmin. It is believed that doing this brings happiness and prosperity in married life.