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Ghatasthapna Festival 2022 (घटस्थापना महोत्सव 2022)

Ghatasthapna will be celebrated on 26 September 2022. It is a ritual followed during the 9-day Navratri festival and Dashain festival. Dashain festival is celebrated in the northeastern states of India and the neighboring country of Nepal. The Ghatasthapna ritual marks the beginning of both the festivals.

How Ghatasthapna Festival is done:
During Ghatasthapna, people fill "holy water" in a Kalash. The kalash is then coated with cow dung and barley seeds are sown in it. It is then placed in a sand pit which is also sown with barley seeds. This Kalash is blessed by pujari who asks Devi Durga to reside in the pot for the entire festival.

The pot is worshiped by a family member twice a day, every day till the festival is over. The Kalash is kept away from incense and holy water is poured into it daily. This activity results in a tall, yellow grass growing from the pot called a "jamara".

Auspicious time for Ghatasthapna:
On the first day of Shardiya Navratri, worship of Maa Durga is started with the establishment of Kalash.

26 September: Shubh Muhurta is from 6:11 am to 7:51 in the morning.

Many rituals performed during Ghatasthapna are kept secret. This ritual is performed all over India on the first day of Shardiya Navratri.

घटस्थापना महोत्सव 2022 हिन्दी में पढ़ें

घटस्थापना 26 सितंबर 2022 को मनाई जाएगी। यह 9-दिवसीय नवरात्रि उत्सव और दशईं उत्सव के दौरान पालन की जाने वाली एक रस्म है। दशईं त्योहार भारत के पूर्वोत्तर राज्यों और पड़ोसी देश नेपाल में मनाया जाता है। घटस्थापना अनुष्ठान दोनों त्योहारों की शुरुआत का प्रतीक है।
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