When is ganesh visarjan 2018 ? Here we define you in detail what is ganesh visarjan hindi, ganesh visarjan 2018 and happy ganesh visarjan in 2018. In 2018, this year it is going to be celebrated on Thursday, 13 September 2018 or 13/9/2018. It is a public holiday and it is celebrated all over the india. Ganesh Visarjan Celebration increases year by year. Ganesh Chaturthi is a 11 day festival.
Ganesh Visarjan 2018 Date
The date of Ganesh Chaturthi falls on the fourth day of the waxing moon period (Shukla Chaturthi) in the Hindu month of Bhadrapada. This is August or September of each year. The festival is usually celebrated for 11 days, with the biggest spectacle taking place on the last day called Anant Chaturdasi.
Ganesh Visrjan can be celebrated on 13th September 2018 to 23rd September 2018 in India. Ganesha Visarjan can be done on the same day of Ganesha Chaturthi after Ganesha Puja. Most Puja Vidhi of Hindu deities include either Visarjan or Utthapana at the end of the Puja. However, Ganesha Visarjan on the same day of Ganesha Chaturthi is less popular.
Ganesha devotees, who do Visarjan on the next day of Ganesha Chaturthi, perform Ganesha Puja during afternoon and take the Ganapati idols for Visarjan after Madhyahna which is equivalent to midday as per Hindu division of the day.
Ganesh Visarjan Muhurat 2018
1 and half days visarjan muhurat timings
12:34 – 14:05 hrs (Shubh Choghadiya)
17:07 – 18:39 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
21:36 – 23:05 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
3 days visarjan muhurat timings
12:34 – 14:05 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
14:05 – 15:36 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
15:36 – 17:07 hrs (Amrit Choghadiya)
18:38 – 20:07 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
21:36 – 23:05 hrs (Shubh Choghadiya)
5 days visarjan muhurat timings
14:04 – 15:34 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
15:34 – 17:05 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
17:05 – 18:36 hrs (Amrit Choghadiya)
18:36 – 20:05 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
23:04+ – 24:33+ hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
7 days visarjan muhurat timings
15:33 – 17:04 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
17:04 – 18:34 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
20:04 – 21:33 hrs (Shubh Choghadiya)
21:33 – 23:03 hrs (Amrit Choghadiya)
23:03 – 24:32+ hrs (Char Choghadiya)
11 days visarjan muhurat timings
08:01 – 09:31 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
09:31 – 11:01 hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
11:01 – 12:31 hrs (Amrit Choghadiya)
14:01 – 15:31 hrs (Shubh Choghadiya)
18:31 – 20:01 hrs (Shubh Choghadiya)
20:01 – 21:31 hrs (Amrit Choghadiya)
21:31 – 23:01 hrs (Char Choghadiya)
26:01+ – 27:31+ hrs (Labh Choghadiya)
Ganesh Visarjan History
It is unclear when the festival started, it became a major social and public event with sponsorship of Shivaji after Mughal-Maratha wars, and again in the 19th century after public appeal by Indian freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak, who championed it as a means to circumvent the colonial British government ban on Hindu gatherings through its anti-public assembly legislation in 1892.
Ganesh Visarjan Celebration
Ganesh Chaturthi is a 11 day festival, people bring home Idols (murtis) of Lord Ganesha and celebrate the festival or a day and a half, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days or 11 days depending on the family tradition and commitment of each individual.
The statue of Lord Ganesha is immersed into water body, preferably in a river, lake or the sea. Before that, final offering of coconuts, flowers and sweets are made to the statues of Lord Ganesha and then they are taken to the water body through the street procession with much fanfare.
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