2020 Mahalakshmi Vrat Ends
Devotees worship and keep a fast on this day in the honor of goddess Laxmi. The fasting begins from Bhadrapada Shukla Ashtami which is the birth day of goddess Radha and on the same day people celebrate "Jyeshta Devi Puja" also, which continues for 3 days. Goddess Durgs is worshipped as Saraswati on this day to bring knowledge and wisdom in our minds. On this day, 9 young and virgin girls are worshipped and fed woth nice food, because they are thought as a form of goddess Durga.
It is believed that the worship done on this day is equivalent to the worship done in the nine days, also, his festival is meant specially for praising womanhood. In a few spots, antiquated custom of Navami bali or relinquish of creatures is still polished. In a few territories of Andhra Pradesh, Batthukamma celebration is hung on Navami. The name is roused by an excellent blossom. This puja is finished by Hindu ladies and blossoms are masterminded in a run of the mill seven layer frame in a funnel shaped shape and is offered to Goddess Gauri—a type of Durga.
This celebration commends the wonderfulness and excellence of womanhood. Ladies wear new garments and gems on this day. Different pujas that are hung on this day are Suvasini Puja and Dampati puja. Goddess Laxmi is worshipped on this day among the hindus for wealth and good fortune. The fasting of Mahalaxmi is observed for continuous 16 days. The fasting basically starts after four days of Ganesh Chaturthi festival and it continues till the eighth day of the Pitru Paksha period. The hindu devotees keep a strict fast on this day, for goddess Laxmi, to recieve her blessings.
The day after Vaishnava Parsva Ekadashi is commended as 'Sri Vamana Dwadashi' as Lord Vamanadev showed up on this day. This ekadashi vrat ought to in this manner be proceeded till the twelve. The vrat is softened on the following day up the twelve with Ekadashi prasadam. Lovers venerate 'Vamandev', a diminutive person incarnation of Lord Vishnu with full love and love. It is trusted that venerating Him is proportionate to supplicating each of the three premier divinities, Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. On the Vaishnava Parsva Ekadashi, it is favorable to offer rice blended with yogurt and some silver to a qualified Brahmin.