Know all the auspicious time for Ganesh Visarjan here!
Know all the auspicious time for Ganesh Visarjan here!

You all know that the Ganeshotsav, which has been going on for the last 10 days, is going to end on September 12 with Anant Chaturdashi. In such a situation the devotees are about to bid farewell to Ganpati and Ganeshotsav starts every year with 'Ganesh Chaturthi' on Chaturthi date of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month and continues for the next 11 days. In such a situation, this festival is celebrated with pomp across the country, but in Maharashtra, there is a different beauty about it.

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Let us tell you that beautiful pandals are made in big and small cities and towns of Maharashtra and Ganesh Bappa is worshipped. At the same time, many devotees bring the idol of Lord Ganesha to their house during this time and worship them duly during these 11 days. In such a situation, by bringing Bappa home, some people immerse Ganpati in 3, 5, 7 or 10 days and in this way, the 11-day Ganeshotsav ends on Anant Chaturdashi. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about the auspicious time of immersion.

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The auspicious time of immersion - Ganesh Visarjan will be this time on 12 September i.e. Anant Chaturdashi and on this occasion till late night there are crowds of devotees coming for immersion on the banks of rivers and rivers. In this case, if you want to immerse Lord Ganesha in the morning, then the auspicious time for this is from 6.08 AM to 7.40 AM. At the same time, before the immersion, do proper worship and aarti of Lord Ganesha and distribute the Prasad.

Talking about other auspicious time of immersion, the time from 10.45 AM to 3.22 PM is also very right. At the same time, the time from 4.54 PM to 6.27 PM in the afternoon and 6.27 PM to 9.22 PM in the evening is also auspicious and the time from 12.18 AM to 1.45 AM (13 September) is also going to be good.

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