Mangala Gouri Puja- Significance and Muhurat

Mangala Gouri Puja- Significance and Muhurat

Mangala Gouri Puja

Every girl aspires a good husband since a very young age. However, it’s not as easy as it sounds, finding the ideal match is quite difficult. For that matter, women worship the Goddess Gouri. Also, for successful married life women observe the puja. The Goddess Parvati helps elevate all malefic influences of planets in a women’s chart. Moreover, celebrating this festival is highly beneficial for girls looking for a suitable match. Read further to find out Mangala Gouri Puja Significance Rituals and Muhurat.

Significance of Mangala Gouri Puja

The Mangala Gouri Puja is observed by Hindu women to get a husband of their choice. According to Hindu Mythology, The Goddess Parvati also known as Gouri is worshipped on this day. Women observe fast for 16 to 20 every Tuesday during the month of Shravan. Girls facing Mangalik dosh in should also practice the puja.

Moreover, Goddess Parvati the wife of Lord Shiva fulfills the wishes of its devotees. Married ladies worship the deity for the first five years of marriage all across the country. Furthermore, women with Manglik dosh also take part in this holy ritual.

History of the Puja

A very interesting legend is related to this auspicious puja. Once there lived an affluent Merchant named Dharmapala. He was married to a beautiful devoted wife. However, the couple was childless. So, Dharmapala and his wife worshipped Goddess Parvati. Soon they were blessed with a son, but fate was not in their favor.

A prediction came that their son won’t be able to survive for long. The pair married off their son to a girl who would never face widowhood. This way the wise couple’s son lived for a hundred years.

How to Perform the Vrat/Puja

As we already know that the Vrat is observed every Tuesday in the Shravana month. So now let’s delve deep into the core rituals that take place. The women wake up early in the morning and take a bath. Then the Goddess Parvati idol is placed on a red cloth. Further, the devotee light a lamp made of wheat flour and sixteen cotton wicks. Next, the Kalash Staphana takes place too.

The whole puja is carried out by following the Shodoroshopochar ritual. Illustrative images of Navgrahas are made of wheat and rice. Along with the idol of Goddess Gauri, Lord Ganesha is kept next to her. In addition, vermillion, sandalwood flowers, etc are offered to Lord Ganesha.

Further, the Navragaha Puja takes place followed by Shodasha Puja. In this puja, 16 types of flowers are offered along with mirror bangles and combs to the diety. Finally, after the 16 days fast is over the idol of the Goddess is immersed in water.

Mangala Gauri Puja 2020 Muhurat

Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu.

DayDateYear
Tuesday21st July2020
Tuesday28th July2020
Tuesday4th August2020
Tuesday11th August2020
Tuesday18th August2020
Wednesday19th August2020

Also dates for Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh.

DayDateYear
Monday 6th July2020
Tuesday7th July2020
Tuesday 14th July2020
Tuesday 21st July2020
Tuesday 28th August2020
Monday3rd August2020

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Also, you may like to read: Why we celebrate Navaratri is Twice a Year

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