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- On the evening of March 28, there will be no Bhadra during Holika Dahan
On Sunday, March 28, there is the full moon of Phalgun Mass. Holika Dahan will be done on Sunday night only. After this, Holi will be played on the next day i.e. March 29. This year there will be no Bhadra during Holika Dahan. On March 28, Bhadra will remain till around 1.35 in the afternoon. On this day there will also be Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga and Amrit Siddhi Yoga. Uttarabhadrapada Nakshatra will remain till 6 pm on Sunday and thereafter Hasta Nakshatra. On Sunday, these constellations are also being formed with the auspicious names of friends and psyche.
The story of Lord Satyanarayana should be heard or read on its own on the full moon of every month. Lord Satyanarayana can also be duly worshiped by a Brahmin. Offer Halwa to Lord Vishnu. Chant the ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya Mantra’ at least 108 times.
Perform special worship of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi on this date. Holi is the mahaparva of Vishnu worship. On this date, devotee Prahlada was protected by Vishnu. By the grace of God, the devotee Prahlada survived and Holika was burnt. The consecration of Vishnu and Lakshmi should be done with the conch shell in the south. If you use saffron mixed milk for this, it will be very good.
Wake up early in the morning on the full moon date and after bathing offer water to the sun with a copper pot. Also mix flowers, kumkum and rice in water. Chant Om Adityaaya Namah Mantra.
On full moon, donate fruits, grains and money to the needy people. If possible, donate clothes too.
On the full moon date, Abhishek of Shivling should be done with Panchamrit. Panchamrit is made by mixing raw milk, ghee, curd, sugar and honey. While offering Panchamrut, chant the chanting of the salutations of Shiva. Offer bilva patras, necklaces and offerings. Perform aarti by lighting a lamp. On this day, worship the Shiva family ie Shree Ganesh, Shivji, Mata Parvati, Kartikeya Swami, Nandi especially.