When is Phalguna Purnima 2023? Know the Significance of Fasting, Puja Vidhi, Shubh Muhurat

 When is Phalguna Purnima 2023? Know the Significance of Fasting, Puja Vidhi, Shubh Muhurat

According to the Hindu calendar, the full moon of Falgun month is known as Falgun Purnima. This day has divine, social, and cultural significance in Hinduism. Also, fasting is observed on this day from sunrise till the light of the moon. According to a religious belief, the person who fasts on Phalgun Purnima receives the special blessings of Lord Vishnu and all the sufferings of the person come to an end on this divine and auspicious day. 

Falgun Purnima marks the end of the Hindu calendar, marking the beginning of a new year. Let us know when is Falgun Purnima in 2023 this year, its importance, fasting, and Puja Vidhi.

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Poornima is considered to be the most auspicious day of the year and is celebrated all over India by the names of Poonam, Poornima, Poornimasi, etc. Most of the devotees observe a fast on this auspicious occasion and worship Lord Vishnu. "Purnima" is a Sanskrit word meaning "full moon" and the last day of every month in the Hindu calendar is called Purnima. This full moon falls at the end of Shukla Paksha in the month of Phalguna, which is also the last month of the year.

So, check out the Astrological Tithi and Shubh Muhurat here—- 

Falgun Purnima 2023 Shubh Muhurat Date and Time

Phalguna Purnima on Tuesday, March 7, 2023

Purnima Tithi Begins - 04:17 PM on March 06, 2023

Purnima Tithi Ends - 06:09 PM on March 07, 2023

Meaning and Significance of Phalgun Purnima

The full moon days in the Hindu calendar are known as Poornima in North Indian states, Poornima in South Indian states, and Poonam in Gujarat. According to the Hindu calendar, all the full moons in the year are important, because full moon days either mark important festivals or anniversaries in the calendar. In addition to festival and anniversary days, many families traditionally fast on the full moon day.

One should seek an astrologer's guidance before performing any rituals in the right manner or you can also talk to astrologer online 

Also, a full moon day is considered very auspicious for performing Satya Narayan Puja. One of the most important and popular Hindu festivals, Holi is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima. 

Falgun Purnima Puja and Fasting 

Devotees who observe the fast on Phalgun Purnima with full devotion and rituals, rarely face any problems, because by observing the fast on this day, the native gets the special blessings of Lord Vishnu. Something important to consider is that Lord Narasimha, who is considered to be the fourth incarnation of Lord Sri Hari Vishnu, is worshiped on the day of Phalgun Purnima. 

It is believed that worshiping Lord Narasimha, Lord Hari Vishnu, and Goddess Lakshmi on this auspicious day brings health, wealth, and prosperity to the household. Therefore, to please Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi and to receive their blessings, the rituals of worship and fasting are observed on the day of  Phalgun Purnima.

For this, people should get up early in the morning and take a bath with pure water.
• After the bath wear clean clothes and offer worship to Lord Vishnu.
• After worshiping, take a pledge to keep fast from sunrise till moonrise.
• Only consider breaking your fast after the moon rises in the evening.
• All you need to do is just keep your thoughts and intentions pure and clean and positive on this day and remember that you should not hurt anyone's feelings and heart.

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