All of you know that there are only two days left for The Sawan to end. Yes, Sawsan will end on August 15. Thus, the month of Sravana ends and the month of Bhadrapad begins. In the Hindu calendar, this month is the sixth month and just as the Sawan month is loved by Lord Shiva, the month of Bhadon is considered as the month of Lord Krishna. It is said that during this month, Shri Krishna celebrates Janmashtami and the Bhadon will be from 16th August 2019 to 14th September 2019. So let's know about the festivals during this time.
Kajali or Kajri Teej - Krishna Tritiya of Bhadrapad is also known as Kajali Teej and the festival is celebrated exclusively in many parts of Rajasthan and is being celebrated this time on 18th August.
Janmashtami - The vrat in Bhadrapad is known as Ashtami or Janmashtami and this fasting festival has special importance in northern India and is supposed to be celebrated on 24th August.
Aja Ekadashi - Krishna Ekadashi is called Aja Ekadashi and this Ekadashi is scheduled to come on 26th August this year.
Bhadrapad Amavasya - Amavasya of the Bhadrapad month is considered to be very auspicious for the dharma activities of the father of peace, donating the body, tarpan, etc., and it is on 30th August.
Hartalika Teej - Hartalika Teej is worshipped as Mata Parvati and is celebrated on 1st September.
Ganesh Chaturthi - Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the fourth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Bhadrapad and will be celebrated on 2nd September.
Shukla Panchami of Rishi Panchami- Bhadrapad month is known as Rishi Panchami and this time it is on 3rd September.
Padma Ekadashi - Devjhulani Ekadashi is celebrated in Bhadon and this year it is on 9th September.
Anant Chaturdashi - Bhadrapad Chaturdashi Date, Shukla Paksha, Anant Chaturdashi in East Bhadrapad Nakshatra and this year it is on 12th September.