2022 Dattatreya Jayanti Date and Pooja Timings Story

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Dattatreya Jayanti, popularly also known as Datta Jayanti, is the birthday of the Hindu god Dattatreya, a fusion of the three most powerful gods, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. On the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated on the full moon of the month of Margashirsha. The puja and vrat of Deity Datta are predominantly observed in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Devotees believe that performing puja on Dattatreya Jayanti will benefit them in all aspects of their lives, but the most essential aspect of this day is that it protects them from ancestor troubles.

The significance of Guru Datta Jayanti

People think that the god Dattatreya teaches them how to live a decent life. Worshiping him on the day he was born benefits his followers’ lives. Everyone should perform Naam Japa a few thousand times on Dattatreya Jayanti. When dealing with a large problem, you should perform more Japa than when dealing with a minor one.

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2022 Dattatreya Jayanti Date and Pooja Timings Story 

  • Dattatreya Jayanti is celebrated on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.
  • Purnima tithi falls on December 7th, from 8:01 a.m. to 9:38 a.m.

Legend of Guru Dattatreya Jayanti Story:

Dattatreya was the son of the wise man Atri and his wife Anasuya, according to legend. Anasuya was the epitome of a virtuous and chaste wife. She underwent rigorous tapas (deprivation) in order to conceive a kid as good as the Hindu gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva (Trimurti). Saraswati, Lakshmi, and Parvati, the wives of the man and goddess trinities (Tridevi), became enraged. They dispatched their spouses to see how good she was.

The three gods appeared to Anasuya clothed as ascetics (sanyasis) and requested alms from her while they were naked. Anasuya was perplexed for a while, but she quickly recovered. She chanted a mantra and sprayed water on the three beggars, transforming them into newborns. She then allowed them to sip her milk while she was naked, as they had requested. When Atri returned to his hermitage (ashram), Anasuya told him what had happened, despite the fact that he already knew due of his psychic abilities. He encircled the three babies and held them, dear, to his heart.

This resulted in a baby with three heads and six arms. Because the three gods had not returned, their wives were concerned and fled to Anasuya. The goddesses begged her to forgive them and return their men. Anasuya agreed to their request. The Trimurti then appeared in their true form in front of Atri and Anasuya and bestowed upon them a son named Dattatreya.

Dattatreya is seen as a manifestation of all three gods, but he is particularly regarded as an incarnation of Vishnu. His brothers, on the other hand, are seen as manifestations of Brahma and Shiva, respectively.


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