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Sharad Purnima 2018 Date

Sharad Purnima 2018 Date
This year's Sharad Purnima 2018 Date

Wednesday, 24 Oct - 2018

Sharad Purnima~शरद पूर्णिमा in year 2018 will be celebrated on Wednesday,  24th October 2018 .

Sharad Poornima is otherwise called Kojaagari Purnima or Kumar is commended on the full moon day of the Hindu lunar month of Ashvin (September–october).

The stormy season is over and the
brilliance of the full moon brings uncommon delight. This is a conventional festival of the moon and is likewise called the Kaumudi festival, Kaumudi importance moonlight. It is additionally alluded to as Rasa Purnima, or Sharath Purnima.

The Sharad in Sharad Purnima implies the Sharad ritu (season) of the year. Essentially a harvest celebration, it additionally has religious criticalness. It is accepted that on this night Goddess Lakshmi visits from spot to place asking Kojagari signifying Who is wakeful and favor the individuals who are discovered conscious. Along these lines, individuals do not rest this night and use entire night singing, moving and recalling god.

• In Gujarat, the celebration is known as Sharad Punam.  People commend it by doing Garba and Raas.

• After Durga puja, this is an alternate critical celebration celebrated in practically every house in West Bengal. The Bengali individuals call it Lokkhi Puja and organize a few bhog and upachar for mother Goddess Lakshmi.

• In Orissa, it is commended as Kumar Purnima. Kumar or Kartikeya, the good looking child of Shiva, was conceived on this day.

• In the Mithila district, the Puja is known by the name of Kojagaraha.

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