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Anant Chaturdashi

Anant Chaturdashi

Anant Chaturdashi in 2021 »   19 September

Anant Chaturdashi in 2022 »   9 September

Anant Chaturdashi in 2023 »   28 September

Category: Festival
Celebrated In: India in Rain Season
Celebrated By: Hindu (Hindu)

Anant Chaturdashi has two main significances. The first is that on this day is that it is the day of the immersion of Ganpati (also called Ganapati Visarjan). On this day, the festival of Ganpati comes to an end, the installed Murti's of Lord Ganpati are taken to a lake, river or a sea in great processions to be immersed in the waters. Thus Lord Ganesha is departed, only to be welcomed the next year with equal excitement.

The second reason for Anant Chaturdashi is that on this day people recite and listen to the stories and legends of God Vishnu who is Anant, the infinite and recite hymns from the Vedas. This is sometimes also called Ananta Vrat.

Anant Chaturdashi Dates

Anant Chaturdashi in 2021 »   19 September

Anant Chaturdashi in 2022 »   9 September

Anant Chaturdashi in 2023 »   28 September

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