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Chaturthi Dates 2021 | Chaturthi Calendar

The fourth lunar day each of the two lunar phases (Krishna Paksha and Sukla Paksha) is called Chaturthi. It comes twice a month. The Chaturthi which comes after the full moon(Purnima) is called Krishna Paksha Chaturthi. And the Chaturthi after Amavasya is called Shukla Paksha Chaturthi. Chaturthi comes 25 times in a year; whose list of Chaturthi dates, you will find in this Chaturthi calendar.

Chaturthi Dates 2021

2021 Chaturthi Calendar with dates, festivals, and vrats.

Chaturthi DatesPakshaFestival
Saturday, 2 JanKrishna Paksha
Saturday, 16 JanShukla Paksha
Sunday, 31 JanKrishna Paksha
Monday, 15 FebShukla Paksha
Tuesday, 2 MarKrishna Paksha
Wednesday, 17 MarShukla Paksha
Thursday, 1 AprKrishna Paksha
Friday, 16 AprShukla Paksha
Friday, 30 AprKrishna Paksha
Saturday, 15 MayShukla Paksha
Saturday, 29 MayKrishna Paksha
Monday, 14 JunShukla Paksha
Sunday, 27 JunKrishna Paksha
Tuesday, 13 Jul Shukla Paksha
Tuesday, 27 JulKrishna Paksha Angarki Chaturthi
Thursday, 12 AugShukla Paksha
Wednesday, 25 AugKrishna Paksha Bahula Chaturthi
Friday, 10 SepShukla Paksha Ganesh Chaturthi
Friday, 24 SepKrishna Paksha
Saturday, 09 OctShukla Paksha
Sunday, 24 OctKrishna Paksha Karwa Chauth
Monday, 8 NovShukla Paksha
Tuesday, 23 NovKrishna Paksha
Tuesday, 7 DecShukla Paksha
Wednesday, 22 DecKrishna Paksha

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is an important Hindu festival; dedicated to the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune – Lord Ganesh. According to Hindu Lunar Calendar; it falls on Chaturthi tithi of Shukla paksha in the month of Bhadrapada.

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the arrival of Ganesha on earth. Parvati or Gauri, was the daughter of the mountain king, Himavaan and Earth, was her homeland. There fore, she came to the earth alone to visit her parents, leaving her husband and son behind. Shiva couldn’t bear to live without his wife, and so he sent his son Ganesha right behind her to bring her back. Ganesha thus came down to earth; where he welcomed with open arms, and his stay extended to 11 days.

Installation and worship of Ganesha idol

On Ganesh Chaturthi, an idol of Ganesha is made by taking a bath, etc. This statue is made from gold, copper, clay or cow dung according to its strength. After this, take a clean urn and fill it with water and tie it with a clean cloth. After that, the idol of Ganesha is installed on it. It is said that after this, by offering vermilion to the idol, he is worshiped by performing sodomy.

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Ganesh Ji is offered south and offered to him 21 laddus. Five laddus are kept near the idol of Ganesh and the rest are distributed among Brahmins. It is considered very good that Ganesha should be worshiped in the evening. After the Puja is over, Arghya is offered to the Moon keeping his eyes low. It is said that the moon should not be seen on this day. Also, let us tell you that after feeding food to Brahmins, they also have to give Dakshina.

Karwa Chauth

Karwa Chauth

The Vrat is observed on the Chaturthi day of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month has a lot of importance to married women. Let us tell you that on this day the Karwa Chauth vrat is kept. It is said that if Suhagin women keep a fast on this day, then their husband’s life is long as well as their household life begins to be very happy. Let us tell you that the fast of Karwa Chauth starts before 4 in the morning before the sun rises and the fast is opened only after the sighting of the moon at night. It is believed that Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Shri Ganesh are worshiped on this day, along with the story of Karwa Chauth Vrat is also heard.

Other festivals in 2021 Chaturthi Dates

There are many other festivals in Chaturthi which are known by different names and the names of these festivals are as follows – Sankashti Chaturthi, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Chaturthi Shradh. Let us tell you that all Chaturthi vrats should be done with full rules and with a sincere mind.

Other Important Dates: Panchami Dates and Sashti Dates

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