Why Do We Celebrate Govardhan Puja After Diwali? When is Shubh Muhurat This Year?
Right on the next day after Diwali festival, there is a tradition of Diwali Govardhan Puja in north India. And Govardhan is a festival which has its roots way back in our culture.
Govardhan Puja started from Dwapar Yuga after the incarnation of Lord Krishna. In this, in the courtyard of a Hindu religious house, they worship Lord Govardhan Nathji with cow dung. After that, to appease Giriraj Bhagwan (mountain), he is offered food to Annakoot.
Reason Why We Celebrate Diwali Govardhan Puja
The religious belief behind Govardhan Puja is that Lord Krishna wanted to break the pride of Indra. For this, he raised the Govardhan mountain on his little finger and protected the people of Gokul from Indra. It is believed that after this, Lord Krishna himself ordered 56 Bhog on the day of Kartik Shukla Pratipada to worship Govardhan Parvat. Since then, the practice of Govardhan Puja continues to this day, and every year the festival of Govardhan Puja is celebrated.
Govardhan Puja Date 2020
In 2020, the Govardhan Puja will be celebrated on Sunday, 15 November.
Govardhan Puja Muhurat 2020
Traditional festivals are celebrated with utmost and integrity, and Shubh Muhurats are followed to seek the blessing of almighty in the best way possible. Every year, experts roll out Govardhan Puja Muhurat, which is followed by those who celebrate this festival.
Govardhan Puja Ka Time
गोवर्धन पूजा सायं काल मुहूर्त दोपहर बाद 03:17 बजे से सायं 05:24 बजे तक