Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 Date

Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 Date in India Calendar will be August 21 or 22 according to the calendar of the year 2020 because the date of Ganesh Chaturthi could fall on the fourth day of the moon’s growing season (Shukla Chaturthi) of the month Hindu of Bhadrapada. We are in August or September each year. The festival is usually celebrated for 11 days (sometimes 10 days), the biggest performance venue of the last day, called Anant Chaturdasi.

Ganesh 2020 Date in India

In 2019, Ganesh Chaturthi is on September 2nd. Anant Chaturdasi is September 12th. (See the calendar).
In 2020, Ganesh Chaturthi will take place on August 22nd. Anant Chaturdasi will take place on September 1st.
In 2021, Ganesh Chaturthi is on September 10th. Anant Chaturdasi is September 19th.

Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 Date in India Calendar

The birthday of Lord Ganesh. That day, handsome hand-made lord idols are installed both in homes and in public. Prana Pratishtha is the best executed to invoke the main power of the deity in the ganesh idol which will be followed by a 16-step main important ritual known as Shodashopachara Puja. During the ritual, various offerings, such as sweets, coconuts and flowers, are entrusted to the idol. The ritual should be done at the right time around noon, known as Madhyahna, when one thinks that Lord Ganesh was born.

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According to tradition, it is important not to look at the moon at certain times on Ganesh Chaturthi. If a person sees the moon, she will be cursed with theft charges and dishonored by society unless she sings a certain mantra. Apparently, this happened after Lord Krisha was falsely accused of stealing a precious jewel. The sage Narada said that Krishna must have seen the moon on Bhadrapada Shukla Chaturthi (on the occasion of the fall of Ganesh Chaturthi) and that he was cursed. Moreover, whoever would see the moon would be cursed in the same way

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The idols of Lord Ganesh are revered every day, with an ati at night. The largest statues of Ganesh, exposed to the public, are usually taken out and immersed in the water on Anant Chaturdasi. However, many people who keep an idol at home do the immersion well before this
What is the meaning of Anant Chaturdasi?
You may be wondering why the immersion of the idols of Ganeshi ends that day. Why is it special? In Sanskrit, Anant refers to an eternal or infinite energy, or to immortality. The day is devoted to the worship of Lord Anant, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu (conservative and supporter of life, also called Supreme Being). Chaturdasi means the “fourteenth”. In this case, the occasion falls on the 14th day of the brilliant half-moon of the month of Bhadrapada of the Hindu calendar.

                                                   
Ganesh Chaturthi 2020 Date