Chhath Puja, The Great Festival Of Public Faith, Will Be Celebrated On This Day In The Year 2023, Note Down The Date And Auspicious Time - Newztezz Online


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Chhath Puja, The Great Festival Of Public Faith, Will Be Celebrated On This Day In The Year 2023, Note Down The Date And Auspicious Time

Chhath Puja 2023:
 Chhath Puja, a great festival of folk faith, is an important festival of Hindus which is often celebrated in Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Whatever it may be, people celebrate it with great pomp and enthusiasm. The main objective of Chhath Puja is the worship and worship of Sun and Chhathi Maa. It is celebrated on the Shashthi Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month, which falls approximately between October and November. During Chhath Puja, women go to the river or lake near their house and worship the rising and setting sun. During the fast, special food items are prepared, which are eaten after the puja. People dress up and decorate Chhath Ghat with various flags. It is a festival in which people from all sections of the society participate and unite with each other.

During this fast of Chhath Puja, the devotees worship and offer Arghya to the Sun at the time of sunrise and sunset. This is a very difficult festival. The devotees keep a waterless fast for 36 hours. So, in today's article, we will tell you about the date and auspicious time to celebrate the great festival of Chhath this year, for which the people of Bihari wait eagerly. Let us inform that the four-day Chhath Puja will start from November 17, which will end on November 20.


  • Nahay Khaye (Shashthi Vrat): November 17, 2023
  • Kharna: November 18, 2023
  • Arghya to the setting sun: November 19, 2023
  • Arghya to the rising sun: November 20, 2023

auspicious time

  • Arghya to the setting sun: 5.26 pm
  • Arghya to the rising sun: 06.47 am

all information

  • Nahay Khay: Chhath Puja begins on the day of Nahay Khay. On this day fasting takes bath for Udyapan.
  • Kharna: On the second day of Chhath Puja, devotees eat Kharna. After eating, the devotees start observing the fast.
  • Sandhya Arghya: On the third day of Chhath Puja, the devotees offer Arghya to the setting sun in the evening.
  • Arghya of the rising sun: On the fourth and last day of Chhath Puja, Arghya is offered to the rising sun.
  • Worship of Sun in River/Lake: The devotee and the family go to the river, lake, or other water source and worship the Sun and perform Arghya.
  • Songs and Prayers: Vrati and family sing special Chhath songs and pray to Chhathi Maiya and Surya during Chhath Puja.
  • End of the fast: On the fourth day of Chhath Puja, while ending the fast, the devotees eat food.
  • Family dedication: The festival of Chhath Puja is a family occasion and all family members participate in it.

(Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on different information. does not confirm any kind of information.)

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