Kartik Purnima is the last festival of Kartik month. Bathing and donating in holy rivers is considered to be very important on this day. This time Kartik Purnima will be bathed on 30 November. Due to the corona virus epidemic, it is not possible to bathe on the river, at this time it is best to bathe with Ganga water at home. There is a provision of worship of Lord Vishnu and Mother Lakshmi on Kartik Purnima. Kartik Purnima is considered very important in Hinduism, but on this day many important events are associated which make this festival even more special. It is said that donating thousands of times on the day of Kartik Purnima results.
The full moon of Kartik month has special significance in Hinduism. In all 12 months, Kartik month is considered as the best for spiritual and physical energy accumulation in the scriptures. Let us know why the full moon of Kartik month is so important.
Importance of Kartik Purnima According to religious belief, on the date of Kartik Purnima, Lord Shiva killed a demon named Tripurasura, which pleased the gods and Lord Vishnu gave Shiva the name Tripurari which is one of the many names of Shiva. In the joy of the slaughter of Tripurasura, all the gods descend from heaven and celebrate Diwali in Kashi.
The significance of Kartik Purnima is also associated with Mahabharata. According to the legend, when the Mahabharata war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas ended, the Pandavas were very upset and sad that many of their relatives had died in the war. Due to untimely death, he started thinking how his soul would get peace. Then Lord Krishna asked the devotees to perform tarpan and lamp for the fulfillment of the souls of the ancestors from Kartik Shuklapaksha Ashtami to Kartik Purnima to remove the worry of the Pandavas. Since then, this date is important for bathing the Ganges on Kartik Purnima and offering it to the ancestors.
According to the Puranas, on the date of Kartik Purnima, Lord Vishnu wore the Matsya avatar to protect the religion, the Vedas. According to the belief, Goddess Tulsi was married in the form of Shaligram of God upon waking of Lord Vishnu on Ekadashi of Kartik Shukla Paksha. This date has special significance for the arrival of Lord Vishnu in Baikuntham and the marriage of Tulsi on the day of Kartik Purnima to get merit.
On the day of Kartik Purnima, the first Guru of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev was born. For this reason too, followers of Hindu and Sikhism celebrate Kartik Purnima as a light festival. On this day special Ardas and Langars are organized in Gurdwaras.
Auspicious time Karthik Purnima is on 30 November this year. However, the full moon date will start from November 29, which will end on November 30. Full moon date starts – 29 November at 12 47 minutes Full moon date ends – 30 November 02 till 59 minutes Ganga Bath – 30 November
Worship method One should bathe in Brahma Muhurta on Kartik Purnima. If possible, one must take a bath in the holy river, lake or tank on this day. On the day of Kartik Purnima, one should wake up in the Brahma Muhurta and bathe in the holy rivers, if possible, take a bath with Ganga water at home. After this, light a lamp of desi ghee of Lakshmi Narayan and worship it by law. After this, the story of Satyanarayana should be heard and heard. Offer prasad to the God and distribute prasad. After performing the Aarti of Lakshmi Narayan in the evening, also perform Tulsi Aarti and offer lamp. Light a lamp in the house. On this day one should also provide food to the needy and donate it to the poor.