Ganesha Visarjan Time and Date 2019 – Significance And Celebrations
It is believed that Lord Ganesha was fond of sweetmeats and for this reason, a wide variety of sweets are offered to Vinayaka during the festival to impress him and seek his blessings. Devotees prepare bhog/prasad daily to please their beloved God. Here are some popular names ( Modak, Satori, Puran Poli, Motichoor Laddoo, Coconut Rice, Shrikhand, Banana Sheera, Rava Pongal, Medu Vada, Payasam) of Bhog, offered to Lord Ganesha on Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
The Celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi comes to an end or the end day of the massive celebration when the Ganesh Visarjan takes place with a promise of returning next year.
The sacred day of Ganpati Visarjan is celebrated with great happiness and grandeur as the devotees’ bid farewell to their favorite Lord Ganesha.Anant Chaturthi.
is celebrated as the Eleventh day of the festival which initiates on the 4th day of Bhadrapada month. As per the calendar, the festival falls in the month of August or September. The festivity is marked with the placement of the idol of Lord Ganesh in-home and elaborate pandals or at various other public places. The end day of the celebration of Vinayaka Chaturthi concludes with the massive Visarjan of the Almighty Lord Ganpati in the sea or a water body. A huge number of devotees carry out the search with much greatness and pomp on the streets. Maharashtra.
Is the place where this festival is celebrated on a grand scale People celebrate Anant Chaturthi with much joy, fanfare, and splendor. The idols of Lord Ganesha are taken from their worshipping place to the place of immersion. Due to the immense popularity of this festival is celebrated in most of the states in India even these places are not near the sea or rivers, they use the artificial ponds and these things shows the Love and devotedness of people about Lord Ganesha.
Ganesha Visarjan can also be performed on the 7th, 5th or 3rd day of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Anant Chaturthi 2019 puja timings and Shubh Muhurat: According to Nakshatra:
Anant Chaturthi falls on Monday 2nd September 2019.
Ganesh Visarjan Tithi starts from 12th September 2019
In Morning from – 06:08 am to 7:40 am
In Afternoon from- 10:45am to 3:32pm
In the first part of Evening from- 4:54 pm to 6:27 pm
In the second part of Evening from 6:27 pm to9: 22 pm
At night from-12:18am to 1:45am
on 13th September 2019
What is the significance of Ganesha Visarjan?
On this day (Ganesha Visarjan), All believe that Lord Ganesha goes back to Mount Kailasha to his parents Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. By this celebration, Devotees pay their reverence to the spiritual and divine state of the Lord. It celebrates the journey of Ganesha from ‘Aakar’ to ‘Nirakaar’. In the Hindu religion, it is the only festival that pays reverence to both the forms of the almighty – the physical form as well as the spiritual form (formless).
This celebration denotes the significance of the cycle of birth, life, and death and also lays emphasis on the fact that everything in life is momentary. Ganpati is regarded as the God Of good beginnings and is believed to take away all the obstacles of the house and the family with him at the time of Visarjan. It is probably one of the most preeminent festivals that is eagerly awaited by every section of the society.
“Ganpati Bappa Morya”