On Tuesday, December 15, the Sun is changing its zodiac sign to Sagittarius …
Sun’s zodiac change is considered to be very special in Sanatan Hinduism, due to this, every month the change of sun is celebrated according to the zodiac as a festival of solstice. At the same time, it is also recognized that the Jatakas of all zodiac signs are greatly affected by this change of the Sun, which directly affects their lives.
Like every year, this time also the Sun is changing its zodiac sign to Sagittarius, it is called Dhanu Sankranti, which is on 15 December 2020. According to Indian Panchang, when Sun transits in Sagittarius, this time is not considered auspicious.
The story of Lord Satyanarayana is recited on Dhanu Sankranti. In the worship of Lord Vishnu, banana leaves, fruits, betel nuts, panchamrit, basil, dry fruits etc. are prepared. Aarti of Goddess Lakshmi, Mahadev and Brahma is performed after the story of Satyanarayana and Prasad of Charanamrit is given. According to the belief, all those who do worship with the law, their distress is removed and their desires are fulfilled.
The transit of Sun from one zodiac sign to another is called Sankranti. The solstice is a solar phenomenon. According to the Hindu calendar, there are usually a total of 12 sankrantis throughout the year and each sankranti has its own different significance. The date and time of Sankranti have been given great importance in the scriptures.
The Sun changes its position every month and moves from one zodiac to another. The process of changing the zodiac sign every month of the sun is known as Sankranti. In Hinduism, the time of solstice is considered very virtuous. Pitra tarpan, donation, religion and bathing etc. are very important on the day of Sankranti. This Vedic festival is celebrated with great pomp in many areas of India.
In some states of India like Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Karnataka, Kerala, Gujarat, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Punjab and Maharashtra, the day of solstice is considered as the beginning of the year. While in some places like Bengal and Assam, the day of solstice is considered as the end of the year.
This solstice is celebrated at the beginning of Hemant season. In southern Bhutan and Nepal, it is customary to eat wild potatoes known as Tarul on this day. People celebrate this solstice with great pomp on the first date of the day from which the season begins.
Do it in Dhanu Sankranti:
On the day of Dhanu Sankranti, Lord Satyanarayana is worshiped in homes. Bathing in the holy rivers on this day gives freedom from sins. One should worship Sun God on Dhanu Sankranti. It is said that worshiping the sun also brightens your future. Lord Jagannath is worshiped in Odisha on Dhanu Sankranti. On this day, sweet Jagat is offered to Lord Jagannath.
Effects on zodiac signs:
This zodiac sign of Cancer, Leo, Libra, Aquarius and Pisces sign is very auspicious. Many zodiac signs will give positive results with this amount change. At the same time, either this time will be mixed or difficulties for the remaining funds.
Dhanu Sankranti 2020: Understand Like
Suryadev will enter Sagittarius from Scorpio while transiting. The Sun’s entry into Sagittarius is called Dhanu Sankranti. With this Kharmas will begin. Vivahadi mangalik and auspicious deeds are forbidden in Kharmas. When the Sun God sits in the sign of Sagittarius or Pisces, the time is called Kharmas. Paush is the month of Kharmas, in which no manglic functions, marriages, yagyopavit or any rites are performed. Kharmas is considered the best month to visit the pilgrimage site.