Sita Navami 2021: Today is Sita Navami, know auspicious time, worship method and importance of this auspicious day - Newztezz Online


Friday, May 21, 2021

Sita Navami 2021: Today is Sita Navami, know auspicious time, worship method and importance of this auspicious day

Mata Sita's place is unique. 
People still give place to Lord Shri Ram's half-life and Sita, the revered mother in the whole world. The festival of Mata Sita is celebrated, which is known as Sita Navami.

Sita Navami is one of the most auspicious festivals of Hindus, as devotees celebrated the birth of Goddess Sita on this day. According to the Hindu calendar, this auspicious day falls on the Navami date during the Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month. This year, Sita Jayanti, also known as Janaki Navami, will be celebrated today, May 21, 2021.

On this day, married women fast for a day for the long life of their husbands and worship Lord Rama and Mother Sita to seek their blessings. Also, according to Hindu scriptures, devotees who fast and worship on this day get the benefit of pilgrimage and charity.

Sita Navami 2021 date and auspicious time

Janaki Navami Date: May 21, Friday

Auspicious date begins: 12:25 pm, May 20

Good day end: 11:10 AM, May 21

Sita Navami 2021 Puja Vidhi

- Wake up early, take a shower and wear clean clothes

- Collect all the materials for worship like flowers, offerings, new clothes etc.

- Bathe Lord Rama and Mother Sita and put them in new clothes

- Offer sandalwood, offer flowers, incense and enjoyment to the gods

- Recite Sita Navami Vrat Katha and perform Aarti to complete the puja

It is said that if the devotees wear a garland of 12 Mukhi Rudraksha in their hands or neck during worship, it strengthens their inner purification and will power.

Importance of Sita Navami 2021

On this day, Mata Sita, who is the incarnation of Mata Lakshmi, was born in Pushya Nakshatra. According to Hindu mythology, when Janaka, the king of Mithila, was plowing the land to perform a yajna, he found a baby girl in a gold basket. Since he had no children, he adopted the daughter and named her Sita. Also, since she is the daughter of King Janak, she is widely known as Janaki.

However, this time due to Corona epidemic, it is banned to celebrate any kind of festival in public, but you can celebrate this festival at your home. As far as fasting is concerned, you can keep it very easily at home and can call Mother Sita. On this day, along with Mother Sita, you should also worship Lord Shri Ram. It blesses you both.

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