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Maghi purnima on 27th February,Maghi Purnima significance, how to celebratra purnima festival | माघ माह की अंतिम तिथि 27 फरवरी को, इसे कहते हैं माघी पूर्णिमा, नदी में स्नान और दान-पुण्य की परंपरा

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According to the Hindi Panchang, the full moon of Magh month is on Saturday, 27 February. It is called Maghi Purnima. On this day, the month of Magha will end. The month of Phalgun will start from the next day i.e. 28 February. There is a tradition of bathing in the river on the full moon day and performing charity.

According to Pt. Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, bathing at the confluence of Prayagraj on Maghi Purnima is very important. If you are not able to bathe in the river Ganges, then you should take a bath by mixing a little Ganga water in your house. Meditate on the river Ganges while bathing. Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi should be specially worshiped on the full moon.

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Poornima should also narrate the story of Lord Satyanarayana. On this day worship Lord Vishnu, Lakshmi, Balakrishna after bathing in the morning. In puja, do the consecration with the conch shell. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya, Om Mahalakshmayi Namah: Chant Krishna mantra Namah: Chant the mantra at least 108 times.

On this date, do sunshine meditation for fathers. Offer it in a river. Donate food and money to needy people. Donate things like new clothes, blankets, jaggery, fruits etc.

Offer water with a copper pot and milk with a silver pot on the Shivling in a temple. Offer Bilva Patra, Dhatura, Necklace and other worship materials. High Nam: Chant Shivaaya Mantra. Light a lamp

Light incense and recite Hanuman Chalisa in front of Hanumanji. If you have enough time, read Sundarkand.

Special things related to Maghi Purnima

According to Pt Sharma, all the deities come to bathe at the confluence of Prayagraj on Maghi Purnima. We pray for one month in Prayag. The saints and sages of Kalpavas start returning to their respective places after this full moon. Donating sesame and blanket on this day is considered very auspicious.