TULA SANKASHTI

 

Tula Sankranti is otherwise called Garbhana Sankranti and is the main day of the Kartika month by the hindu sun powered schedule. It falls around the same time as Mahasthmi and is commended all over India with various customs. The celebration is particularly celebrated in Odisha and Karnataka to partake in the accomplishment of the ranchers in developing rice handles similarly as a pregnant mother cheers and feels pleased with her belly. In this way, Tula Sankranti is likewise called the garbhana Sankranti. The day is praised with social, strict, and social importance.

RITUALS TO BE PERFORMED

Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Parvati are adored on this day in Odisha and Karnataka individually. Goddess Laxmi is offered new rice grains, alongside wheat grains and parts of kara plants, while Godess Parvati is offered betel leaves, palm nuts, sandalwood glue alongside vermillion glue and bangles.

The festival of this day is known to lessen starvations and drafts so the gather is bounty and there is development of procuring power among the ranchers. In Karnataka coconut is covered with a silk material and enhanced with laurels to address Goddess parvati.

SIGNIFICANCE

During Tula Sankranti, the Sun travels into Tula Rashi. The ranchers love Goddess Lakshmi to get shielded from regular catastrophes or any deficiency of their yields. Different dishes are proposed to Goddess Lakshmi. The festival is known to lessen starvations and dry season so the reap is bounty and there is thriving among the ranchers. Performing Shradh for an expired soul is incredibly exemplary.

In Odisha, ranchers measure the yield of rice, wheat, and heartbeats so that there will be no shortage. The sanctuaries are designed. Aficionados offer a gift to the destitute individuals. They implore God for a superior future and please him with great deeds.

THINGS PEOPLE DO ON THIS SANKRANTI

Enthusiasts offer glass bangles, areca nuts, three arrangements of Betel leaves, vermilion, Turmeric and sandalwood glue to Goddess Parvati. Ladies wear silk sarees and perform puja. They enclose a cucumber or coconut by a piece of radiant red or green fabric, enrich it with blossoms and gems known as Kodava Mangalsutra. It is known as Kanni Puje. Aficionados love the all-powerful by tossing rice and bowing themselves before the symbol. In other locale, individuals wash up and revere Sun God.

DATE AND PANCHANG


Date:
17 October 2022
Tithi:
Saptami upto 09:30
Nakshatra: Punarvasu upto 29:08
Yoga: Shiva upto 15:52
First Karana: Bava upto 09:30
Second Karana: Baalava upto 22:44
Day: Monday

 

 

 

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