|Jaya Parvati Vrat|
|Jaya Parvati vrat is an auspicious Hindu fasting festival dedicated to Goddess Jaya - a form of Goddess Parvati.|
|Deity||Goddess Jaya (Maa Parvati)|
|Starts||Asadha Shukla Trayodashi|
|Ends||Asadha Krishna Tritiya|
|Observances||Puja, Prayers, Fasting, and Donations|
|2021 Date||(Thu)22 July – (Mon)26 July|
|2022 Date||(Tue)12 July – (Sat)16 July|
Jaya Parvati vrat is an auspicious Hindu fasting festival dedicated to Goddess Jaya - a form of Goddess Parvati. This vrat is mainly celebrated in Gujarat. It is observed by unmarried girls as well as married women. Unmarried girls observe Jaya Parvati vrat for the attainment of a worthy bride and married women observe this vrat for their husband's long life and happy married life.
Jaya Parvati vrat is observed for five consecutive days in the month of Asadha. According to Hindu Calendar, it starts on Shukla Paksha Trayodashi and ends on the Tritiya of Krishna Paksha after five days. It is suggested to observe Jaya Parvati vrat for five, seven, nine, eleven, and a maximum of twenty years.
In 2021, Jaya Parvati vrat falls on Thursday, 22 July.
Pradosh Puja Muhurat - 07:18 PM to 09:22 PM
Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 04:26 PM on Jul 21, 2021
Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 01:32 PM on Jul 22, 2021
Jaya Parvati vrat ends on Monday, 26 July.
You should Know: Mangal Gauri Vrat 2021
- On Asadha Shukla Trayodashi, take a bath and wear a clean cloth after retiring from all work.
- That, after resolving the vrat, meditate on Goddess Parvati.
- Install the idol or picture of Shiva-Parvati at the place of worship.
- Then worship Lord Shiva and Parvati by offering kunmkunam, shatapatra, musk, ashwagandha, and flowers.
- Offer seasonal fruits and coconut, pomegranate, and other ingredients.
- Now worship Shodashopchar by law.
- Praise Goddess Parvati by remembering.
- Then after meditating on Maa Parvati, pray with a true heart for happiness and good fortune and home peace.
- Also listen to the story of Maa Parvati and perform aarti and perform the puja.
- After that get the Brahmin food and according to your wishes give Dakshina and take his blessings.
- If an elephant is made of sand, after the night awakening, immerse it in a river or reservoir.
According to the legend, once upon a time, there lived a worthy Brahmin named Vaman in the city of Koundinya. His wife's name was Satya. There was no shortage of any kind in his house, but he was very sad due to not having children. One day Narada Ji came to his house. He served Narada well and asked for a solution to his problem. Then Narada told them that under the Bilva tree in the southern part of the forest outside your city, Lord Shiva is enthroned in the form of Goddess Parvati. Worshiping them will definitely fulfill your wishes. The Brahmin couple, after finding Shivling, worshiped him with his law and order. Thus the order of worship continued and five years passed.
One day while he was cutting flowers for Brahmin worship, he was bitten by a snake and he fell there in the forest itself. When the Brahmin did not return home for long, his wife came to find him. Seeing her husband in this condition, she started crying and remembered the forest god and Mother Parvati. Hearing the call of Brahmani, the forest god and mother Parvati came and put the nectar in the mouth of the Brahmin, so the Brahmin got up. The Brahmin couple worshiped Mother Parvati. Mata Parvati was pleased with his worship and asked him to ask for a bride. Then both of them expressed a desire to have children. Mata Parvati told him to vrat Vijaya Parvati. On the day of Asadha Shukla Trayodashi, that Brahmin couple lawfully performed this vrat of Goddess Parvati, which led to the birth of a son. Those who vrat on this day receive the Son Ratna and their unbroken good fortune also remains.
According to this, a Brahmin named Vamana lived. And his wife's name was Satya. There was no shortage of any kind in his house. There was only one shortage, and that is their child. It is said that they had no children. Because of this, he used to be very upset. One day Narada came to his house and he served Narada very much and asked for a solution to his problem. At that time Narada mentioned the forest which is outside his city. In its southern part, under the Bilva tree, Lord Shiva is enthroned in the form of Goddess Parvati. Worshiping them will fulfill all your desires. Also, find that Shiva lingam and worship it with complete rituals. In the same way, it has been 5 years while worshiping. One day when a Brahmin was plucking flowers from a tree to worship, the snake was bitten by a snake, then he fell into the forest at the same time. According to this story, whatever happens in this story. Whatever has been told, it is only a legend.