Jyeshtha Purnima 2020, there are significant references which have been suggested by old Vedic scriptures having detailed mentions for Jyeshtha Purnima. Jyeshtha Purnima is slightly distinct when seen in comparison the other Purnima’s (full moon). The glory of this Purnima is unique, and as fast is also kept on this full moon day.
Jyeshtha Purnima in 2020 will begin from 3 p.m. on 5th June 2020 and ends at 12:44 on 6th June 2020. It is believed that it is necessary to bathe the Ganges and do charity on every full moon. Taking a dip in the holy Ganges on Jyeshtha Purnima fulfil the desire of every person and gives a chance to rectify the mistakes made in life. Those who take a bath in the holy river get freedom from sinful deeds.
Let’s know, what kind of worship method is performed on Jyestha Purnima.
The legends associated with Jyeshtha Purnima suggests that this Purnima i.e. Jyestha Purnima is associated with the heroic women Savitri. She was the perfect example of a pure and divine marital life. As per the legends, she had demanded Lord Yama to release the life of his husband (Satyavan) who had already died. She kept on pleading for three days, Lord Yama was really happy from his prayers and finally released the life of his partner. Since then the tradition of worshipping Brahma, Savitri and Yama, Narada and Satyavan started.
Apart from the above legend, Jyestha month is a very auspicious month, as during this month as per older scripture's river Ganga finally appeared on earth due to the unwavering efforts of the king Bhagirathi, who was believed to pray for thousands of years. In Hindu Vedic culture Jyestha Purnima holds a significant position when compared with other twelve Purnima's falling in a calendar year.
It is largely believed that normally when devotees start Amarnath yatra they travel with the holy water of river Gana (Ganga Jal) however during Jyetha Purnima it's significance is believed to increase even more important. Big Indian festivals like Dussehra, Nirjala Ekadashi and several more festivals are celebrated on Jyestha Purnima. Jyestha Purnima is believed to remove all the sorrows and negative energy. Jyestha Purnima is an important festival celebrated by married Hindu women, Jyestha Purnima is also recognised by few distinct names like Dev Snan Purnima, Purnima and Vat Purnima.
The first ritual for Jyestha Purnima puja starts with an early morning bath before sunrise in the holy Ganges or any other nearby river or pond and do the prayers. After this worship the Banyan tree and begin the fast.
According to Indian ritual, the banyan tree is viewed as a very auspicious tree. The reason being the banyan tree is a symbolic tree of the Trimūrti (the Triple deity) regarded with supreme divinity in Hinduism and Vedic culture in which the cosmic functions of origin, subsistence, and destruction are impersonated as a triad of deities, typically The Lord Brahma the creator, The Lord Vishnu the preserver, and The Lord Shiva the destroyer.
Following the ritual of Jyestha Purnima follower can also offer prayers to Savitri. Savitri SatyavanVrat Katha should also be recited. While conducting the prayers and all your pooja customs you should be careful as even a minute error can negatively affect your life.
Married women should dress like a bride and wear jewellery and put sindoor on the forehead. The banyan tree which would be worshipped on Jyestha Purnima should be decorated with sandalwood and turmeric paste, followed with prayers and the same should be done for at least 3 days. And female adherents are also expected to eat the roots of the banyan tree.
Women's on this day keep fast for their partners and pray for the long lives of their husband and happiness of the entire family members.
On Jyestha Purnima Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu are worshipped. The one who keeps a fast on this day gets significant results.
This day is very auspicious and important for those who are upset from their life, and it is very firmly believed that fasting on this day removes all sortes of trobles from life.
1. On the day of Jyestha Purnima Lord Vishnu resides in the holy banyan tree along with goddess Laxmi, and that's why the banyan tree should be worshipped. Water should be offered to the banyan tree along with the raw milk, one should offer Betasha, performing this puja method brings great success in business.
2. Offering raw milk to Lord Shiva brings happiness and prosperity. Along with Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha and Karthikeya would also be worshipped. This brings peace in the family and harmony among the family members.
3. Any human being who wants to get their unfulfilled work done, then he/she should keep a fast on this day. Doing so and donating the needs people will help kick start your stalled work.
4. On Jyestha Purnima one should offer 11 Kodi seeds and then apply turmeric tilak on the Kodi seeds. On the next morning tie, them in a red cloth and place them in your safe box. If you follow this method, then your money will progress in the fourth fold.
5. On the Purnima day, you should drop one teaspoon of milk in a nearby well. By following this method, karma shines and there will be no hindrances in doing any requisite work.
Full moon starts: From 03:17:47 a.m. on June 5th, 2020 (Friday)
Full moon ends: At 00:44:05 a.m. on June 6th, 2020 (Friday)
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