Ganga Dussehra 2021 – The Related Story
Ganga Dussehra 2021: The day of incarnation of Goddess Ganga on earth by King Bhagirath from the Kamandal of Brahma Ji, the creator of the universe, is known as Ganga Dussehra. The Ganges River was a part of heaven before the incarnation on earth. On the day of Ganga Dussehra, devotees worship Goddess Ganga and take a dip in the Ganges and conduct charity, fasting, bhajans, and Ganga aarti.
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It is believed that worshiping Maa Ganga on this day brings the infinite grace of Lord Vishnu. In Hinduism, River Ganga has been given the status of Mother Goddess. It is believed that when Mother Ganga descended from heaven to earth on the Shukla Paksha’s 10th day of the month of Jyestha.
Since then this date is celebrated as Ganga Dussehra. It is believed that for the salvation of the sins that are committed knowingly and unknowingly by a person living a material life at the present time, one should do the sadhana of Maa Ganga. That is to say, whoever has committed sinful deeds and who has repentance for his actions and wants to get rid of it, then he must worship Mother Ganga with a sincere heart.
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Importance of River Ganga
Maa Ganga is one of the holiest rivers in the world. Even with the continuous research on the pure water of the Ganges, science has also met the standard criteria. Ganga has been given the place of mother in our Sanatan culture. For centuries, the entire human society uses holy water in the form of this mother and we should be grateful to our mother Ganga for this, but in the last few years, the natural resources which have been exploited indiscriminately in the name of development in our country, include the river Ganges. Many polluted elements are being mixed and mixed with water. Still, the holy water of the River Ganga is having Spiritual and medical importance.
Ganga Dussehra 2021: Date & Time
Date:– June 20, 2021 (Sunday)
Dashami Tithi Begins – 06:45 PM on Jun 19, 2021
Dashami Tithi Ends – 04:21 PM on Jun 20, 2021
Maa Ganga – An Intregral Part of our Life
We need to understand that Ganga is not only a water stream but an integral part of life and folk culture. Ganga has been the mother of civilizations and cultures as well as development. The water crisis is a serious problem in present times. In many states of the country, as soon as the summer comes, it starts getting frightening because we have given up the water culture of our ancestors who save drop by drop, in the present time there is a double problem of water, one is there is not enough drinking water left and The appearance and taste of what is left are changing rapidly and only human being is responsible for these circumstances and we have to understand this matter seriously.
Also, it’s our duty to save River Ganga from pollution. So, on Ganga Dussehra 2021, we must take a pledge to keep our Maa Ganga clean.
In astrology, the moon is a factor of the water element. So, if we will pollute water in our daily life, if we do not conserve water, then our minds will be disturbed. Moreover, our minds will be polluted and our life will be disturbed. Therefore, by saving Ganga from pollution, we can strengthen the planet Moon in our horoscope. Moreover, we keep our minds happy and healthy. In Ganga Dussehra 2021, we all have to take this pledge, we will all cooperate fully in cleaning the Ganga because we all have a great need to be integrated for cleaning the Ganga. And in the true sense, this will be the true service and worship of Mother Ganga.
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