Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Start and End Date

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Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, is a prominent Hindu holiday observed across the nation. According to the Hindu lunar calendar, the event takes place in the month of Bhadra, which corresponds to mid-August to the end of September in the Gregorian calendar.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Start and End Date

In 2022, the Vinayaka Chavithi falls on 31 August, Wednesday, and Ends on 09 September.

Various clay models of Lord Ganesha are created two to three months before the festival of Ganesha Chaturthi. People determine the size of this clay figure based on their needs and desires. Many people choose to have this idol placed in their houses and decorated, whilst others prefer to worship Lord Ganesha’s enormous idols are set up in different local sites for public display, along the street.

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The Puja is held for ten days, beginning with Bhadrapad Shudh Chaturthi and ending with Ananta Chaturdashi. The idol of Lord Ganesha is brought out for procession into the sea on the next day of devotion, the 11th day. People parade the idol around the streets, singing and dancing with joy, before immersing it in the sea or river.

Vinayaka Chavithi Pooja Vidhanam:

  1. Devotees must wake up early in the morning, wash, and dress neatly for Vinayaka Chavithi 2022.
  2. Devotees must place an idol of Lord Ganesha in their homes. Light a Diya and offer Lord Ganesha’s favorite plant, durva (Green Grass).
  3. Lord Ganesha must be presented with laddoo or modak.
  4. Worshippers must repeat Lord Ganesha Mantra ‘Om Shree Ganeshaye Namah’ and recite Vinayaka (Bindayak) Katha and Lord Ganesha Aarti before doing pooja.
  5. If devotees are unable to fast on this day, they may visit Lord Ganesha’s temple and conduct abhishekam using panchamrit (Milk, Sugar, Honey, Curd, Ghee) and offer Lord Ganesha laddoo or modak.
  6. Devotees may break their fast in the evening after offering prayers and bhog prasad to Lord Ganesha. Satvik bhog prasad is necessary (without garlic and onion).
  7. The moon is significant in this fast (Vrat). It is claimed that one must provide water to the moon (Arghya).
  8. Worshippers may break their fast after presenting water (Arghya) to the moon (Vrat).
  9. People should eat satvik cuisine to break their fast (fried potatoes, sama rice khichdi, fruits, and milk products).

The Importance of Immersion of Ganesha Idols in the Sea:

The practice of immersing Lord Ganesha’s idol in the water represents the Lord’s departure from his trip, which will conclude in Kailash. It also represents the Lord’s readiness to remove all of mankind’s anguish and misery.


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