Mahalaya Paksha 2021: End Date and Significance

This day marks the beginning of Devi Paksha and also the countdown for the Bengal's biggest festival Durga Puja

Mahalaya Paksha also known as Pitru Paksha is a period of fifteen lunar days when Hindus appease their ancestors through prayers and special rituals ends today, on October 6.

 

This day marks the beginning of Devi Paksha and also the countdown for the Bengal's biggest festival Durga Puja.

 

On Mahalaya Amavasya, people do Pitri Tarpan to remember the departed soul of families early in the morning for the reclamation of their forefathers on Mahalaya shraaddh.

 

The Mahalaya Amavasya tithi begins on October 5, 2021, at 07.04 pm and ends on October 6, 2021, at 04.34 pm.

 

Mahahalaya is the curtain-raiser for Durga Puja festivities and Bengalis worldwide wakes up early in the wee hours of the morning to listen the Mahishasur Mardini by Birendra Krishna Bhadra on their television or radio sets.


Mahalaya Paksha also known as Pitru Paksha is a period of fifteen lunar days when Hindus appease their ancestors through prayers and special rituals ends today, on October 6.

 

This day marks the beginning of Devi Paksha and also the countdown for the Bengal's biggest festival Durga Puja.

 

On Mahalaya Amavasya, people do Pitri Tarpan to remember the departed soul of families early in the morning for the reclamation of their forefathers on Mahalaya shraaddh.

 

The Mahalaya Amavasya tithi begins on October 5, 2021, at 07.04 pm and ends on October 6, 2021, at 04.34 pm.

 

Mahahalaya is the curtain-raiser for Durga Puja festivities and Bengalis worldwide wakes up early in the wee hours of the morning to listen the Mahishasur Mardini by Birendra Krishna Bhadra on their television or radio sets.

Nistha Jain

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