If you wondering that when does the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi falls in 2023, so this year the festival observed on 19th Sep, 2023.
The Grand festive season has begun in India. After the wonderful celebration of Rakshabandan & Janmashtami, we now look forward to partake in festivities of Ganesh Chaturthi. This festival marks birth anniversary of Lord Ganesh. Lord Ganesh is a son of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva and was born during the Shukla Paksha of the Bhadrapada month. So, if you want to know when is Ganeshotsav in 2003, all you need to do is, just open your phone and speak:
“When is Ganesh Chaturthi?”.
However, this year the festival observed on 19th Sep, 2023. Basically, Ganeshotsav is a festival of 10-days which concludes on Anant Chaturdashi. However, last day prevalently celebrated as a day of Ganesh Visarjan.
How Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated – A festival of 10 days?
Ganesh Chaturthi or ganeshotsav is a 10-day festival, where the devotees offer prayers to Lord Ganesha, who is known as a god of wisdom & fortune. Devotees seek his blessings for these 10 days of Ganeshotsav. It concludes on Anant Chaturdashi, September 9, Friday, which is even called as Ganesh Visarjan. On this day of Ganesh Visarjan, devotees immerse Lord Ganesh idols in water body with huge street pageant. People participate in the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi with great level of enthusiasm all across the country, particularly in Maharashtra.
On this Ganesh Chaturthi, the Tithi will start at 03:33 pm on 19th Sep, 2023, and the tithi will end at 03:22 pm on 19th Sep, 2023. The Puja Muhrat of Madhyahna Ganesha begins at 11:06 am and it will end at almost 01:40 pm.
Auspicious 10 days of Ganeshotsav!
This time, the 10-day festival of Ganeshotsav falls at auspicious day, Wednesday which dedicated to worship of Lord Ganesh. This year Ravi Yoga also falls on this day which means that the work done during this time will destroys evil and will offer beneficial results.