Jhulelal Jayanti (13 April)

What is the date of Jhulelal Jayanti? What is the method for it and the origin of its celebration along with the tale of Jhulelal?

The day & Time

As per the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated every year on the second day of Shukla Paksha in Chaitra month on 13th April 2021.

Who is Jhulelal, or What is Jhulelal?

As it was during the same time period when Sai Jhulelal was born in Sindh, the first Indus Valley Civilization was also being built during the same time period. The new year celebrations to honour Jhulelal drew crowds in the Sindhi society in Pakistan. This religion’s significance goes back to the Prophet Muhammad, whose birthday is celebrated on the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar. As well as the new year of Sindhi society in general.

Once upon a time a king Mirkh Shah ruled the region. A large portion of the state was unhappy with his actions. Due to how tough the people were, they remembered the work they did in the region of the Indus River. When it reaches the third month of pregnancy, there is a prediction regarding who will be born from Devaki’s womb at Nasarpur who will save everyone. Udaychand was born as Lord Jhulelal who gave the commoners the right to be free of the tyranny of Mirkh Shah and his people.

Since this day, many people of the Sindhi community consider Jaanhee Jhulelal as their favorite deity and this day is celebrated at Jaanhee Jhulelal Jayanti religions are often highly important.

The religious cult believes Lord Jhulelal Varun to be the form of  deity as per their beliefs. It is said that people from the Sindhi community had to rely on way of transport by water. In such a situation where they are canoeing on a river, they pray to the river god to have a safe and sound journey and thank him after it was successful.

The congratulations went off!

This is the day that the full moon is visible. It is the Sindhi way to offer prayers to the Dev and Jhulelal, since they are revered by the people. Workshops about culture are held at various places and parades are frequently taken out in public. Then everyone eats black gram and sweet rice (prasad) to celebrate this special occasion.

  • Get up early and jump in a hot bath.
  • Go outside and gather close to the water.
  • After the ritual, worship Lord Jhulelal.
  • Pour the water in the vessel towards the right side.
  • Now pray to Lord Jhulelal for a happy and fortunate life.
  • Then feed the aquatic organisms With Meat.

Flat bread made of pureed whole wheat roasted gram and rice, sharbat  distributed among people.

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