When is Govardhan Puja today or tomorrow, know what is the auspicious muhurat
When is Govardhan Puja today or tomorrow, know what is the auspicious muhurat

The festival of Govardhan Puja is celebrated on the Pratipada date of Shukla Paksha in the month of Kartik. This festival falls on the next day of Diwali. Govardhan Puja is also known as Annakoot. Govardhan Mountain, Lord Shri Krishna and Mother Cow are also being worshiped on this day. On this day, people make the shape of Govardhan Mountain with cow dung in the courtyard of the house or outside the house and also worship. Also, on this day, various types of dishes are also offered to Lord Krishna. In such a situation, let us know about the date, auspicious time and importance of Govardhan Puja…

When is Govardhan Puja 2023?: This year, the Pratipada Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month is going to start from 02:56 pm on Monday, 13th November. This date is going to end the next day on Tuesday, November 14 at 02:36 pm. In view of Udaya Tithi, Govardhan Puja is to be celebrated on Tuesday, 14 November.

Auspicious time for Govardhan Puja 2023: On Tuesday, November 14, 2023, the auspicious time for Govardhan Puja is said to be from 06:43 AM to 08:52 AM.

These yogas are being formed on Govardhan Puja: This time auspicious yogas are going to be formed on the day of Govardhan Puja. Shobhan Yoga on Govardhan Puja is said to be from morning till 01.57 pm. After this Atigand Yoga is going to start. Atigand Yoga is not auspicious. However, Shobhan Yoga is being said to be an auspicious yoga. Along with this, Anuradha Nakshatra is going to occur from morning itself on the day of Govardhan Puja.

Govardhan Puja Method:
On the day of Govardhan Puja, wake up early in the morning and take bath.
Then in the auspicious time, make the shape of Giriraj Govardhan mountain with cow dung and also make the shape of livestock i.e. cow, calf etc.
After this, worship with incense sticks etc.
Worship Lord Krishna after bathing him with milk.
After this, offer Annakoot.

Importance of Govardhan Puja: According to mythological beliefs, Govardhan Puja was first started by Lord Krishna. Shri Krishna saved the lives of the people of Braj and the animals and birds from the wrath of Lord Indra by lifting Govardhan Mountain on his finger. This is the reason why in Govardhan Puja, there is a provision to worship Lord Krishna along with Giriraj. Annakoot is said to have special significance on this day.

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