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Sharad Purnima It is a festival celebrated on the full moon day. It falls in September or October. In this year i.e. 2019, Sharad Purnima is celebrated on 13 October which falls on Sunday. This festival marks the end of the monsoon season and is also known by various names. They are Navna Poornima, Kaumudi Poornima, Kumara Poornima and Kojagiri Poornima.

About Sharad Purnima

Sharad Purnima is a famous festival celebrated in India. This festival is mostly celebrated and has significance in some cities like Orissa, Assam and West Bengal. The festival goes on the full moon day where Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped, and many prayers are offered to her. Also, people of other states in India worship Goddess Lakshmi on Amavasya. That worship is also known as Kojagara Puja or Lakshmi Puja.

On this day, those who are still married and also those who are newly married, worship the goddess by offering prayers, prayers and offerings: the process and importance discussed in the sections below the article.

Importance of Sharad Purnima

Sharad Purnima is also known as Kojagari Purnima. On this particular, most people observe Kojagara fast and fast throughout the day. They believe that the day is the birthday of Goddess Lakshmi, who is known as the Goddess of Wealth. Also, according to some Puranas like Skanda Purana, Linga Purana and Brahma Purana Goddess Lakshmi, revolve around the earth to see the movements of humans. So on this Kojagiri Purnima Devi, Lakshmi prayed during the full moon.

It is a harvest festival that resembles the end of the monsoon season. People celebrating this festival believe that Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi come to the earth and bless those who awake under the moonlight at night. They also think that the moonlight purifies their body and gives them positive energy. Also, on this day, the moon comes closer to the Earth, and the lighting is more attractive and beautiful.

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Sharad Purnima festival is celebrated differently in different regions. In Oris, this festival is mainly celebrated by unmarried people to marry a suitable groom. On this day they fast and pray to Lord Surya in the morning. They offer Kula, which is a pot made of coconut leaves, and consists of fried paddy with seven different items. Such as guava, sugarcane, banana, cucumber, betel nut and coconut. After that, they perform Aarti and seek blessings from God. Later in the evening, they are freed by offering prasadam or fasting to the moon in front of Tulsi Pant. That prasad is made from paddy fried with fruits and jaggery.

In Gujarat, this festival is known as Sharad Poonam. On this day all unmarried girls who want a beautiful husband worship Lord Kartikeya, the most beautiful God and son of Lord Shiva. Mostly on this day only the God Sun and Moon are worshiped. On this day people get up early in the morning and pray and also fast.

According to Hindu mythology, people believe that Lord Krishna performs Raas Leela with his gopik. That is the dance of Lord Krishna with his gopis. In addition, some people prepare prasad made of puffed rice, kheer and poha. They keep this prasad in the full moonlight night, and the next day they distribute it to all their family members.

Sharad Purnima importance and rituals

Sharad Purnima is one of the essential full moon for the Hindu calendar. It is most important at night. Its importance is because on this day all sixteen arts are included on the Moon. Hinduism believes that all these 16 arts are the most influential human beings, and each art has its own importance. There is only Lord Krishna, who has all the 16 arts. Lord Vishnu creates Lord Krishna. So on this Sharad Purnima day, Lord Vishnu visits the earth and blesses all the people.

Fasting people should not consume any solid substance on the day of Sharad Purnima. Devotees worship and offer Prasadam to the moon at night. Also, they should stay awake all night under the moonlight.

Sharad Purnima Puja Muhurtam and Time

  • Sharad Purnima Tithi begins – 13 October 2019 at 12.36 pm
  • Tithi ends – 14 October 2019 at 2:37 pm

Happy Sharad Purnima greetings message

Full moon night in full moon night. Goddess Lakshmi will come and ask you to Kojagiri, and will provide blessings and property to you and your family. Happy Kojagiri Purnima.

I pray that the occasion of Sharad Purnima illuminates your present and future with prosperity and happiness. I wish you all a very happy celebration and happiness – Sharad Purnima.

May the blessings of the full moon brighten your life. Bring peace and happiness in your life. You wish for the sacred and heavenly rays of the moon in your life on Sharad Purnima. Happy Sharad Purnima.

Goddess Lakshmi comes to your home
And ask to wake up and say "Kojagiri"
And this Kojagiri full moon and after that.
you and your family.
Get more prosperity, peace and wealth.
All by Maa Lakshmi.

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Wish the full moon night. Goddess Lakshmi will come to your house and shower her blessings for your blessings and your prosperity. Wish you all the best on Sharad Purnima. Happy Sharad Purnima.

Sharad Purnima day
When the full moon comes and blesses us,
At the time when Krishna gave it its great glory,
A beautiful time fragrance
Of love and celebration.
I you and your family
Happy Sharad Purnima 2019

Let us enjoy and enjoy the divine rays of the moon on Sharad Purnima which are meant to bless us with health and prosperity. My best wishes to you and your lovely people on this holy occasion. Happy Sharad Purnima.

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