Hal Shashthi Vrat 2022: Today is Halashthi fast and Balram Jayanti, know the auspicious time and rules of worship - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Hal Shashthi Vrat 2022: Today is Halashthi fast and Balram Jayanti, know the auspicious time and rules of worship

Today, read this article to know its auspicious time, religious importance and important rules before worshiping on the auspicious Shashthi fast and on Balaram Jayanti, which increases the age and prosperity of the child.

In Hinduism, Bhadrapada month is considered as the month of devotion and liberation. Today is Shashthi Tithi of Krishna Paksha of this holy month, which is celebrated as Hal Shashthi or Lalhi Chhath and the holy festival of Balarama Jayanti. While the fast of Shashthi is kept for the long life of the son and for his happiness and good fortune, then this holy date is also known as the birth anniversary of Balarama, who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Sheshnag, who in the Dwapar Yuga took Lord Shri . He was born as the elder brother of Krishna . Let us know the worship method, auspicious time and religious significance of this fast.

Why is it called Halashti or Halchath?

In religious texts, the name of Balram ji is also mentioned as Haldhar, hence this holy date is called Hal Shashthi. It is believed about the fast observed on this day that by doing it, the child of a person gets a long life and leads a happy life.

Auspicious time for Hal Shashthi fasting

The Shashthi date of Krishna Paksha of Bhadrapada month will start tomorrow at 08:17 pm on 16 August 2022 and will remain till 08:24 pm on 17 August 2022. Since there is a tradition of celebrating festivals in Hindu religion on the day of Udaya Tithi, therefore Halashti Vrat or Balram Jayanti is being celebrated today on 17th August 2022.

Halashti fasting rules

Today, on the day of Halashti fast and Balarama Jayanti, a person should do Mahua's teeth and on this day cow's milk or things made from its milk should not be consumed. Only buffalo milk and things made from it are used exclusively in Halashti fast. In this fast, neither any grain or vegetable ploughed from the plow is used nor is the plow run on the ground. Today, Plow and bull should also be specially worshiped on Halashti fast and animals or birds should not be disturbed even by mistake. This fast is broken with Mahua, Fasahi rice and buffalo milk.

(The information given here is based on religious beliefs and folk beliefs, there is no scientific evidence for this. It has been presented here keeping in mind the general interest.)

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