Brajesh Shukla, Jabalpur, Vrat Tyohar in June 2021. Festivals and festivals have special significance in Sanatan Dharma. In such a situation, there is an atmosphere of special enthusiasm about the various Teej-festivals that come every month. For more than a year, where people could not celebrate the festival with enthusiasm due to corona infection, once again the Teej festival of May could not be celebrated with enthusiasm due to the second wave of corona in the country. Now people are once again worried about the festivals and festivals coming in June. In view of the infection, people will still have to exercise restraint with enthusiasm.
June 6- Apara Ekadashi: Ekadashi of Krishna Paksha of Jyeshtha month is called Apara or Achala Ekadashi. This year Apara Ekadashi is on 6th June. Ekadashi fasting has special significance in Hinduism. Ekadashi fast is observed every month in Krishna and Shukla Paksha. According to religious beliefs, fasting and worshiping Ekadashi ends the sins of a person. It is also believed to fulfill all the wishes of the devotee. Astrologer Pandit Saurabh Dubey told that on the day of Apara Ekadashi, Moon is in Aries and Sun is in Taurus. Surya Nakshatra will be Rohini and Nakshatra pad will be Ashwini and Bharani. XI Tithi from 4:07 am on 5th June to 8:48 am on 7th June.
June 7 – Som Pradosh Vrat: This month Pradosh Vrat will be observed on 7th June. On the other hand, as this day is Monday, it will be considered as Soma Pradosh. In fact, according to the Hindu calendar, Pradosh Vrat is observed on Trayodashi Tithi of every month. It is believed that by worshiping Lord Shiva on the day of Pradosh Vrat, one gets freedom from sufferings and all wishes are fulfilled. On this day, Trayodashi Tithi will start from 8:48 am and will remain till 11:24 am on June 8.
June 10 – Vat Savitri Vrat and Shani Jayanti: Vat Savitri fast is considered to have special significance in Sanatan Dharma. This fast is celebrated every year on Jyestha Amavasya. This year in 2020 also, this fast will be celebrated on Jyestha Amavasya i.e. on 10th June. On this day, women observe a fast to wish for unbroken good fortune and child birth. Banyan tree is worshiped during the fast. At the same time, on this day there is also Amavasya, Solar Eclipse and Shani Jayanti. Amavasya from 1:57 pm on 9th June to 4:20 pm on 10th June.
June 19- Mahesh Navami: Mahesh Navami is on 19th June. Mahesh Navami festival is celebrated every year on the ninth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Jyeshtha. The origin of Maheshwari society is considered to be a boon of Lord Shiva, whose birth day is Jyeshtha Shukla Navami. Navami Tithi from 8:35 pm on 18th June to 19th June at 6:45 pm.
June 20 – Ganga Dussehra: The importance of Ganga Dussehra in Sanatan Dharma is as a festival with religious traditions and beliefs. There is a tradition of celebrating Ganga Dussehra every year on the tenth day of Shukla Paksha of Jyeshtha month. This year it is on 20th June. According to the belief, on the day of Ganga Dussehra, Mother Ganga had descended on the earth. Since then the tradition of worshiping Mother Ganga started. It is also believed that taking a bath in the Ganges and donating on this day gives freedom from all sins. Dashami Tithi from 6:50 pm on 19th June to 4:25 pm on 20th June.
June 21- Nirjala Ekadashi and Gayatri Birthday: The Ekadashi falling in the Shukla Paksha of Jyeshtha month is called Nirjala Ekadashi. This Ekadashi is considered to be the best among all the 24 Ekadashis. It is also called Bhimsaini Ekadashi. Nirjala Ekadashi is on 21st June this year. On this day, following strict rules, bhajan-kirtan and fasting of Lord Vishnu is done. On June 21, there is also the birth anniversary festival of Mother Gayatri. Ekadashi Tithi is from 4.21 PM on 20th June to 1.31 PM on 21st June.