Each month we celebrate several festivals and each festival has a special significance. Now, we have entered June and some important festivals will be celebrated this month. Just like every other month, we will also tell you about the festivals of this month along with their shubh muhurat.
Let us have a look at all the important festivals this month.
List Of Festivals In June
Rambha Tritiya - June 2
Vinayaka Chaturthi - June 3 and June 17
Ganga Dussehra - 9 June
Nirjala Ekadashi - June 11
Pradosh Vrat – 12 June, Sunday
Kabir Jayanti, Vat Savitri Vrat - June 14
Yogini Ekadashi - June 24
Monthly Shivratri fast - June 27
Darsh Amavasya - 29th June
This is the first festival of June and falls on the third day of Jyeshtha month. This festival is specially for unmarried girls. On this day, girls and women worship Shiva-Parvati along with Goddess Laxmi. Girls wear sixteen adornments while worshiping the deity. It is believed that if you women remember Apsara Rambha on this day and repeat her various names, then they will see positive changes in their love life.
Shubh Muhurat: It will start from 1st June, 09:47 pm on Wednesday night and will end at 12:17 pm on Friday, 03rd June.
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This festival is celebrated every year on the tenth day. It is celebrated all over the country. It is believed that after the special penance of King Bhagiratha, Goddess Ganga came to the Earth on this day. It is said that whoever takes a bath in the Ganges, all his sins will be forgiven.
Shubh Muhurat: It will start on 9th June, 2022, Thursday at 8:21 am and will end on 10th June, Friday at 07:25 pm.
Vat Savitri Vrat
Vat Savitri fast is observed twice a year. The first fast is observed on the new moon of this month and the second one is observed on the full moon. This year, it was first celebrated on 30th May and after that, it was celebrated on 14th June. On this day, women observe a fast for the long life of their husbands.
Ancestors are worshiped on the day of Darsha Amavasya. The moon is also worshiped on the day of Darsha Amavasya. Many people also observe a fast on this day for the moon god and pray for the fulfillment of their wishes.
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