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Govardhan Puja Date Timing and significance of this festival 2023

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Govardhan Puja Timing

Pratipada Tithi Begins – November 13, 2023 – 02:56 PM

Pratipada Tithi Ends – November 14, 2023 – 02:36 PM

Govardhan Puja Pratahkala Muhurat – November 14, 2023 – 05:54 AM to 08:09 AM

Dyuta Krida on Tuesday, November 14, 

When to celebrate Govardhan Puja in 2023

This year, Amavasya Tithi is falling on November 13, 2023  

so the festival of Govardhan will be celebrated on November  14, 223.

When to celebrate Govardhan Puja in 2023?

In 2023 this year amavasya Tithi is falling 13 November, 2023 

This year, Amavasya Tithi is falling on November 13, 2023 . Becouse of this  the festival of Govardhan will be celebrated on 14  November  2023 

How to celebrated Govardhan puja 2023

Goverdhan Puja celebrate Lord Krishna triumph over Lord Indra. By lifting Govardhan Hill with his little finger . Lord Krishna saved people from lord Indra parkope 
In state of India UP, Bihar , Haryana , Punjab , Gujrat  celebrate this festival with full enthusiasm.During this festival, devotees prepare Bhog Prasad to offer  Lord Krishna, and devotees decorate temple with diya , lightes , flowers , dressup lord krishna with new clothes 


In Haryana people make hillocks whiche is made of cow dung to represent Mount Goverdhan. These hillocks decorede with flowers and worship with kumkum, akshat ,and performed parikrama. some people worship there bull and cow on this day.

Govardhan Puja Rituals

Create Govardhan at Home – Imaginative portrayals of Govardhan Slope are made utilizing different materials like cow waste, mud, or other eco-accommodating substances. These works of art frequently portray Ruler Krishna lifting slope on his finger

Govardhan parikrama – In some places, devotees  embrace a circumambulation ((parikrama) around a portrayal of Govardhan . This emblematic demonstration is a token of dedication and a reenactmen of the episode fromlord Krishna’s life.

Annakut -devotees set up a mount  of food, known as Annakut,symbolizing the Govardhan Slope. This offering comprises of an assortment of veggie lover dishes, desserts, and organic products. The food is organized in a roundabout example, addressing the slope.

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