Chhath Puja 2022 Date: This time Chhath Puja, the great festival of faith, is on 30 October 2022. Chhath Puja is performed every year on the 6th day of Deepawali i.e. on the sixth day of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month. This festival lasts for four days, in which there is a law to worship the sixth mother and the sun god. This year this festival will run from 28 October 2022 to 31 October 2022.
On the fourth day of Kartik month, the fast is broken by taking bath on the first day, Kharna on the second day, Arghya to the setting sun on the third day and Arghya to the rising sun on the fourth day. In Chhath Puja, women keep a fast for 36 hours for the long life of their children and for better health, happiness and prosperity. Let us know the Muhurta of Chhath Puja, Nahay-Khay, Kharna date, Sunrise Puja Muhurta and Sunset Puja Muhurta.
First day (Nahay Khay) – 28 October 2022, Friday (Chhath Puja Nahay Khay 2022)
Chhath Puja begins with the tradition of Nahay Khay. On this day women clean the house after taking bath. Special care has to be taken of purity in this fast. On this day, women take a vow of fast and eat sattvik food like gram dal, gourd vegetable, rice. Only rock salt is used in these food.
Day 2 (Kharna) – 29 October 2022, Saturday (Chhath Puja Kharna 2022)
From this day, fasting women make prasad of jaggery kheer and take it at night. Kharna means purification of body and mind. From then on the fast of 36 hours starts which ends on Saptami.
Third day (Arghya to the setting sun) – 30 October 2022, Sunday (Chhath Puja Sunset arghya 2022)
On the third day of Chhath Puja, Chhathi Maiyya and Sun God are worshipped. At the time of sunset, devotees offer Arghya to the setting sun by standing in water in a river, pond or at home.
- Kartik Shukla Shashthi date starts – 30 October 2022, 05.49 am
- Kartik Shukla Shashthi date ends – 31 October 2022, 03.27 am
Sunset time – 5:37 pm
Fourth day (Arghya to the rising sun) – 31 October 2022, Monday (Chhath Puja Sunrise arghya 2022)
On the fourth day, devotees stand in water and offer Arghya to the rising sun. Only after this Chhath Puja ends and then the fast is broken.
Sunrise time – 6.31 am in the morning
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