Vat Purnima Vrat 2020 Vat Savitri Vrat Wishes, Images, Songs, Status, Video, Photos, Picutres, Katha, Vithi in Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi

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Vat Purnima Vrat 2020 Vat Savitri Vrat Wishes, Images, Songs, Status, Video, Photos, Picutres, Katha, Vithi in Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi:

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Vat Purnima Vrat 2020 Date: Married women keep this fast for long life of husband. It is believed that on this day Savitri brought her husband’s life back from Yamraj. In North India, this fast is celebrated as Vat Savitri.

Vat Purnima Vrat is the Indian Hindu fasting day for the married women who pray to banyan tree in the honour of Goddess Gauri and Satyavan-Savitri for fortune, well-being, long life and prosperity of their husbands and a peaceful married life. Devotees in Northern India follow the fast on the Jyeshtha Amavasya or dark moon day, whereas devotees in the Southern Indian states observe the fast on the Jyestha Purnima or full moon day. Married Hindu women dress up in a bridal garment with elegant jewellery and apply vermillion on the forehead after taking an auspicious bath. They maintain a strict fast throughout the night and break it the next day when the Purnima is over. They offer water, rice, and flowers to the Banyan tree, sprinkle vermillion, tie the trunk of the tree with cotton threads and circumambulate the holy banyan tree 108 times. These lovely married women determine to remain loyal to their spouse and cherish to be with their present husband even in the next birth. Vat Savitri Vrat is, thus, the symbol of dedication and commitment to marital bliss.

The Vat Purnima Vrat is commemorated by Hindus residing all over India as well as abroad. This sacred vrat is dedicated to Goddess Gauri and Sati Savitri. The Vat Purnima Vrat is commemorated with great pomp and show in the state of Maharashtra and Gujarat, though it is also observed in the Indian states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Orissa.

In the southern states of India like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, this vrat is called as ‘Karadaiyan Nonbu’. This vrat is observed with great joy all over India and is also considered symbolic of the womanhood.

Vat Savitri Vrat 2020 Date: In the past, Vat Savitri fast was observed on the day of Jyestha Amavasya. In some places, this fast is kept on the day of Jyeshth Purnima. Which is this time on 5 June. Married women keep this fast for the long life of the husband. It is believed that on this day Savitri brought her husband’s life back from Yamraj. In North India, this fast is celebrated as Vat Savitri.

Vat Purnima fast is on 5 June. This fast is observed by married women on the day of Jyeshtha Purnima. This fast is especially observed in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and South, while in North India, this fast is celebrated as Vat Savitri, which falls on the new moon day of Jyeshtha month. According to religious belief, it is believed that on this day Savitri brought her husband’s life back from Yamraj. That is why married women keep this fast for the long life and happiness of their husband.

Princess Savitri fell in love with Satyavan and was made aware of the news that Satyavan was destined to die within a year but she promised not to let him die. As predicted, one year later Satyavan died in the forest while cutting wood under a banyan tree and Yamraj came to collect his soul. Savitri constantly begged for his life. Yamraj was impressed by the devotion of Savitri and gave back her husband’s life.
The Satyavan-Savitri story tells the true bonding of husband-wife relationship and the essence of a true married life.

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Vat Savitri Vrat Puja Samagri List:

Vat Savitri Vrat 2020 Puja ingredients are listed below:
Vat Savitri Yantra
Satyavan-Savitri Photo
Vat Savitri Panchamrit preparation: Honey, milk, yogurt, sugar, ghee
Vat Savitri Vrat Katha Book
Camphor, cardamom, Betel Nut, Kesar, sandalwood powder, turmeric powder, vermillion, Almonds, durva, perfume, incense sticks, fruits, sweets, flowers, coconut, mango, white cloth, red thread, and Ganga Jal.

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