Jivitputrika Vrat 2020, Jitiya, puja vidhi, Significance, date and timing, shubh muhurt: Festivals are coming from next month, but before that another big festival Jitiya (Jitiya) will be celebrated in the same month. Jivitputrika Vrat keeps mothers for their children. It is a tradition to celebrate the Ashtami date of the Krishna Paksha of Ashwin maas. In such a situation, Jitiya Vrat (Jitiya Vrat) will be kept on this Thursday i.e. September 10. Before this, on September 9, that is, today is being celebrated as Nahai Khay. Let us tell you that like Teej, this fast is also a nirjala. In such a situation, let us know what some of the beliefs related to this, say about Pooja Vidhi and auspicious time, Expert Pandit Sunil Singh…
Jitiya Vrat Poojan Vidhi (Jitiya Vrat 2020, puja vidhi)
Like Teej and Chhath festival, Jitiya fast also starts with Nahai Khay. It is a tradition to celebrate this festival for three days. It is battered on the seventh day. After that, on Ashtami Tithi, women observe Nirjala fast with the good wishes of the children to progress and stay healthy. At the same time, the fast is broken on the third day i.e. Navami Tithi. Which is also called Parana.
Auspicious time for fast (Jivitputrika Vrat 2020 Puja Muhurat)
According to Pandit Sunil Singh, Jitiya fast is falling on 10 September this year. Whose auspicious time will start at 2:30 in the afternoon. Which will be on the next day i.e. 11 September at 4.34 pm. This fast will be broken by Paran, whose auspicious time will be till 12 noon on September 11.
Values related to Jitiya fast
According to religious beliefs, Ashwatthama was greatly shocked by the death of his father during the war of Mahabharata. He got angry and entered the Pandavas' camp and killed five people sleeping there as Pandavas. It is believed that all those children were from Draupadi. After this incident, Arjun took Ashwatthama and took away the divine gem from him. Ashwatthama, in a fit of rage, killed the child growing in the womb of Abhimanyu's wife. In such a situation, Shri Krishna revived the unborn child with his divine power. The child, who was named as a living mother. After this, mothers wish for a long life for their children and every year they fulfill the Jitiya fast by law.