Rishi Panchami 2020: Date, Time, Significance and More

Rishi Panchami, also known as Rishi Panchami, is a fasting day celebrated by women. It is celebrated after the Ganesh Chaturthi. Rishi Panchami is celebrated every year at the Shukla Party’s Panchang Titi in the month of Bhadrapad.

This year is Rishi Panchami on Sunday, August 23rd. This auspicious occasion is celebrated two days after Hartalika Teej.

Importance of Rishi Panchami

Women fast on this day to honor the Saptarishi. It is believed that fasting on the Ish Shi Panchami purifies the women of Rajaswala Dosha, who may be on their horoscope to break protocols during their stru cycles.

Rishi Panchami 2020 know when Rishi Panchami will be celebrated this year, what is the importance and how to worship
Rishi Panchami 2020 know when Rishi Panchami will be celebrated this year, what is the importance and how to worship
Rishi Panchami Puja These materials must be kept in Rishi Panchami Puja, otherwise it can be a big loss
Rishi Panchami Puja These materials must be kept in Rishi Panchami Puja, otherwise it can be a big loss
Rishi Panchami 2020 When is Rishi Panchami Learn fast, importance and importance of worship
Rishi Panchami 2020 When is Rishi Panchami Learn fast, importance and importance of worship
Rishi Panchami will be celebrated on 23 August
Rishi Panchami will be celebrated on 23 August

This day is dedicated exclusively to the Saptishis (seven ges shimunis) – Kashyapa, Atri, Bharadwaja, Visvamitra, Gautama Maharishi, Jamadagni and Vashishtha. The Brahma God created these ishs to promote education for man.

Rishi Panchami 2020 Date and Time

The Rishi Panchami Vrata will be celebrated on August 23 this year.

Panchami Tithi starts at 7:57 pm on August 22 and ends at 5:04 pm on August 23.

Rishi Panchami 2020 Puja Muhurat

According to Dirkpanchang, the Puja Muhurtha is from 11:05 am to 1:42 pm.

Rishi Panchami is also known as Sama Pancham in Gujarat. To this day, the farming community keeps fast.

Sama, this day Gujarat farmers consume a kind of grass. Women bathe in sacred rivers and kirtans.