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Chhath Puja 2020: Chhath Festival Dates Shubh Yog Sanyog, Start With Todays Nahay Khay On 18 To 21 November | इस बार छठ पूजा में ग्रह-नक्षत्रों का शुभ संयोग, भगवान सूर्य को ‘रवियोग’ में दिए जाएंगे दोनों अर्घ्य

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  • In Chhath Mahotsav, a bipushkar, two sarvartha siddhis and every day will become full of fast and worship

Chhath Puja is on 20 November. Lord Surya is specially worshiped in this festival beginning with Nahai Khay. Kashi’s astrologer Pt. Ganesh Mishra says that this time a special combination of planets and constellations is being made in Chhath festival. The festival is beginning with “Ravi Yoga and it is being done every day. Both the Arghya will be given to Lord Surya in Ravi Yoga. Due to the special position of Surya, it is a coincidence. In the Chhath Festival one bipuskar, two Sarvarthasiddhi and Four Ravayogas are being made. The presence of 3 auspicious yogas on the last day is also making this festival even more special.

Review: This yoga is considered to be auspicious and extremely effective due to the special effect of the Sun. Being filled with the holy energy of the Sun greatly increases the chances of success in the work done in this yoga. At the same time, the destiny of evil also ends. It is also called yoga to end sorrow and fulfill desire. In this auspicious yoga, the sun is cured by giving arghya and diseases are increased. (According to Pt. Mishra)

Nahay khaya on 18 and last arghya on 21
The four-day Chhath festival dedicated to the Sun God begins today. This fast is performed with the wish of the child’s long life. The festival of Nahay-Khay will be done on 18 November in this festival. Kharna on 19, Arghya will be offered to the Sunset Asthachalami on the evening of 20, and fasting will be done after passing the Arghya to the rising sun on 21st of the last day of this festival.

Which auspicious day
November 18: Raviog from sunrise to 10.40 am
19 November: Raviog from 9:40 am to 2:30 pm
20 November: Sarvatarsiddhi and Ravi Yoga, all day
November 21: Dwipushkar Yoga all day, Sarvaarthasiddhi and Raviyog Yoga till 9:55 in the morning

Live for 36 hours without drinking water
Chhath Puja is a four-day festival. It starts on the Chaturthi Tithi of Shuklapaksha of Kartik month and ends on Saptami. Those doing Chhath Vrat keep fast for 36 hours continuously. In this fast, a lot of attention is given to purity, which makes it one of the most difficult vows.