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Govardhan Puja 2021 Date, Puja Vidhi, Story, Significance, Puja Muhurat, Samagari and More

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Govardhan Puja 2021 will be celebrated on 5 November this year. On this day Lord Krishna won over Lord Indra by lifting the Govardhan hill. According to the Hindu calendar, it falls on the pratipada tithi, Shukla paksha (phase of the Moon) in the month of Kartik (according to the Hindu calendar).

Govardhan puja is performed on the fourth day of Diwali. To remember the win of Lord Krishana by lifting Gowardhan people worship the heap of grain which symbolizes the Govardhan Mountain. Lord Krishna also believed in worshipping nature. There is another puja performed on the same day which is called Annakut Puja. It is followed in many states like Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Mathura, Vrindavan and Bihar.

In Maharashtra, the Govardhan Puja is called as Bali Pratipada.

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Govardhan Puja 2021: Shubh Muhurat

  • Govardhan Puja Morning Muhurat: 06:36 AM to 08:47 AM
    Duration: 2 hours and 11 minutes.
  • Govardhan Puja Evening Muhurat: 03:22 PM to 05:33 PM
    Duration: 2 hours and 11 minutes.
  • Pratipada date starts on 5 November 2021 at 02:44 AM
  • Pratipada date ends on 5 November 2021 at 11:14 PM

Govardhan Puja 2021 Samagari

Devotees make a small hill out of cow dung and mud as a momentum of Gowardhan mountain. It is the form of symbol to remember the battle and pay homepage to both Lord Krishna. Lord Indra caused massive floods to teach them a lesson to the people over there. Lord Krishna saved many people from the flood by lifting the Govardhan parvat of Braj Bhoomi.

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Govardhan Puja 2021 Puja Vidhi

In some parts of the country, devotees make food platters of 56 different kinds of food and offer it to Lord Krishna. Then shower flowers on the momentum of Govardhan Mountain along with unboiled milk, sweets.

Annakoot is made of a mixture of various cereals such as wheat, rice, a gram flour curry etc which is also offered to Lord Krishna. After the Puja Annakoot and sweets are distributed among the devotees. In temples across India, people sing songs and perform dances on the night of Annakoot.

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