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Vinayaka Chaturthi 2019

Vinayaka Chaturthi Vrat Dates 2019

India (India)

Place

Year

2019 Vinayaka Chaturthi Dates
January 10, 2019 (Thu)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Pausha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 09/01/2019
Timing: 02:37:54 PM
End: 10/01/2019
Timing: 05:21:34 PM
February 08, 2019 (Fri)
Ganesha Jayanti, Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Magha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 08/02/2019
Timing: 10:17:37 AM
End: 09/02/2019
Timing: 12:25:29 PM
March 10, 2019 (Sun)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Phalguna, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 10/03/2019
Timing: 03:02:23 AM
End: 11/03/2019
Timing: 04:06:19 AM
April 09, 2019 (Tue)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Chaitra, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 08/04/2019
Timing: 04:15:29 PM
End: 09/04/2019
Timing: 04:06:56 PM
May 08, 2019 (Wed)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Vaishakha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 08/05/2019
Timing: 02:16:55 AM
End: 09/05/2019
Timing: 12:58:59 AM
June 06, 2019 (Thu)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Jyeshtha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 06/06/2019
Timing: 09:54:50 AM
End: 07/06/2019
Timing: 07:37:44 AM
July 06, 2019 (Sat)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Ashadha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 05/07/2019
Timing: 04:08:53 PM
End: 06/07/2019
Timing: 01:09:36 PM
August 04, 2019 (Sun)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Shravana, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 03/08/2019
Timing: 10:05:18 PM
End: 04/08/2019
Timing: 06:48:38 PM
September 02, 2019 (Mon)
Ganesha Jayanti, Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Bhadrapada, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 02/09/2019
Timing: 04:56:16 AM
End: 03/09/2019
Timing: 01:53:35 AM
October 02, 2019 (Wed)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Ashwina, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 01/10/2019
Timing: 01:54:50 PM
End: 02/10/2019
Timing: 11:39:45 AM
October 31, 2019 (Thu)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Kartika, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 31/10/2019
Timing: 02:01:19 AM
End: 01/11/2019
Timing: 01:01:06 AM
November 30, 2019 (Sat)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Margashirsha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 29/11/2019
Timing: 05:39:29 PM
End: 30/11/2019
Timing: 06:04:36 PM
December 30, 2019 (Mon)
Vinayaka Chaturthi,
Shukla Ekadashi
Shukla Masik Shivaratri
Pausha, Shukla Chaturdashi
Begin: 29/12/2019
Timing: 12:15:23 PM
End: 30/12/2019
Timing: 01:54:16 PM

Vinayaka Chaturthi: The Best Festival In India

Vinayaka Chaturthi, also known as Ganesh Chaturthi, is an important Hindu festival held for ten days each year. This festival is observed during Bhadra month, according to the calendar of Hindus, typically between mid-August and September. The festival signifies Lord Ganesha's birthday, the beloved Lord.

Ganesha is often called Ganesha, the God for science, wealth, wisdom, knowledge, and prosperity. Many Hindus revere him as a god of prosperity and ask for his help before undertaking any significant task. Lord Ganesh, popularly known under 108 names Gajanana, Vinayaka, and Vighnaharta.

The celebration has been celebrated with love and happiness by Hindus across the globe. However, it is most commonly celebrated in India in different cities, including Maharashtra.

What is Vinayaka Chaturthi?

As we all know, Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati. There are many stories about the birth of Ganesha. However, two well-known ones are there.

The first story is as follows. Lord Ganesha is a god Parvati had created using all her body's dirt to protect her when Lord Shiva is not there. Ganesha was assigned to guard her bathroom as she was bathing. While she was bathing, Shiva came home, and Ganesha did not know about Shiva. He did not let lord shiva enter. The incident enraged Shiva Ji, and he cut off Ganesha's head following a fight between them.

Parvati was angry when she learned about this. Lord Shiva then said he would bring Ganesha back. All the devas over there were instructed to find a child's head north, but they were unable to find one head from an elephant. So Shiva put the elephant's head to the child's body when Lord Ganesha took birth.

The other famous story has it that Devas demanded Shiva and Parvati to make Ganesha become a Vighnakarta to defeat rakshasas (demons) and thus become the Vighnaharta (averter from obstacles) as well as helping Devas.

Importance of Vinayaka Chaturthi

The belief is that those who seek the blessings of Ganesha can fulfil their desires and wishes. Therefore, the main reason for Vinayaka Chaturthi's worship is the devotees who seek his blessings are cleansed of their sins and led to the way of understanding and wisdom.

People have been observing this festival since the reign of Shivaji, the king. Although the celebration was a part of the Indian independence fight during the war for independence, Lokmanya Tilak transformed Vinayaka Chaturthi from a private event to a major public celebration. As a result, people from each social class could gather to pray and unite.

With the increased awareness of the environment, many have celebrated Vinayaka Chaturthi as more eco-friendly. It includes: buying the Ganesha statues made from natural clay and using only natural objects to decorate the pandals.

There are many other benefits to the practice of Ganesh Chathurthi Vrat.

Prosperity

Everyone hopes to live a happy and healthy life. If you pray to God Ganesha, you are inclined to focus on achieving success. You will notice that your desire to achieve your goals will increase.

Best of luck

Lord Ganesha is famous for blessing devotees with fortune and prosperity. If you are devoted to worshipping Lord Ganesha, You will succeed and not leave empty-handed. It will be simple for you to find your way to a bounty of power and wealth within your life.

Wisdom

An elephant's head on Lord Ganesha is a symbol of wisdom. Therefore, if you are a devotee of Lord Ganesha, you are more likely to attain wisdom.

Eliminate all obstructions

Lord Ganesha is also known as Vighnaharta. If you pray to Lord Ganesha with your heart, He guides you in the right direction. He provides you with the strength to overcome your fears and conquer every obstacle that comes your way.

You'll become patient

It's the big ears of Lord Ganesha, who is a symbol of a patient listener. So if you make a prayer to him and concentrate on your strength, you'll be able to attain the same amount of perseverance.

You will gain knowledge

You begin to walk along a path of transformation once you revere Lord Ganesha. If you are determined, you'll ascend the steps of understanding.

You will see your soul become cleansed

The belief is that any person who worships God with a lot of devotion will be blessed with a clean soul. Furthermore, it will slowly begin eliminating any negative aspects of your life, which will further cleanse your soul.

You'll live a peaceful life

Suppose you are a devotee of Lord Ganesha and begin to feel an obligation towards achieving your goals. Then your life becomes more tranquil, both in your personal and professional lives.

Vinayaka Chaturthi Vrat Rituals

There are four major rituals to be performed during this festival, which is 10-day-long. These are Pran Pratishtha, Shhodashopachara, Ganpati Visarjan, and Uttarpuja.

Vinayaka Chaturthi builds up in the months before the celebration starts in the excitement. Then, artists start making the clay gods and idols for Ganesha in various dimensions and poses.

It is believed that the Ganesha statues are placed in a beautiful 'pandal' in temples, homes, or localities. It is decorated with garlands, flowers, and light fixtures.

The celebration is celebrated by people singing and playing the drums, and lighting fireworks, which contribute to the celebration.

The Uttar Puja ceremony is followed by a ceremony meant to say goodbye to Ganesha with heartful reverence. Then, Ganpati Visarjan takes place, a ritual that sees the statue submerged in the water. As the statue is carried to the ocean and submerged in it, people usually sing to them in Marathi, "Ganapati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Laukariya," which means "Goodbye Lord, I hope to see you again the next time.

Some devotees enjoy the festival in their homes while others pay a pilgrimage to the God Ganesha in all the public pandals. Humans pay respect in prayers, offerings, and prayers to Ganesha. The most popular dishes of Lord Ganesha, such as Modak and Karanji, are made for friends and family members, and guests.

Frequently Asked Questions

To celebrate Vinayaka Chaturthi, people must observe a fast starting from dawn until sunset. The devotees don't drink or eat anything during their fasting. Many people prefer to observe the fast in part, but they are only required to consume Puja and milk, prasad or prasad. The fast ends following the evening Aarti.

Vinayaka Chaturthi can be thought to be the most significant vrat offered to people who are devotees to Lord Ganesha. It is the fourth day of Shukla Paksha (4th day after every Poornima). People believe that this vrat eliminates any obstacles and cleanses any of your sins. Hence, you can also call it Sankathara Chathurthi and Sankasthahara Chathurthi.

The devotees believe their desires are fulfilled when they pray for this particular day. Keeping this fast alleviates problems since Ganesha is believed to be the remover of all obstacles and the ultimate Lord of Intelligence. At night it is said that you can hear the Ganapati Atharvasheersha is recited to invoke the blessings of Lord Ganesha.