Date, Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, and Timings for India Navaratri 2022 Kalash Sthapna: Kalash Sthapana will commence on Monday, September 26, 2022 this year.
Kalash Sthapna Date, Puja Vidhi, and Muhurat for Navaratri in 2022 Timings: One of the most celebrated Hindu holidays, Navratri honours Goddess Durga in her nine manifestations (avatars). The nine-day Navratri festival will take place this year from September 26 through October 5.
In the month of Ashwin, which is often between September and October, Shardiya Navratri is celebrated. It is regarded as the most significant of the four Navratris, which are Magha (winter), Chaitra (spring), Ashadha (monsoon), and Sharad or Shardiya (autumn).
One of the most significant rites performed during Navratri is called as Kalash Sthapana or Kalashsthapana, also known as Ghatasthapana. The first of nine days of festivities is known as Kalash Sthapana. At the start of Navratri, Kalash Sthapana is performed for a specific amount of time. The Goddess Shakti may become enraged if the ceremony is carried out at the incorrect time. Kalash Sthapana is not permitted at night or on Amavasya.
Drikpanchang states that the first part of the day, when Pratipada is dominant, is the most auspicious or Shubh time to do Kalash Sthapana. When Abhijit Muhurta is available, Kalash Sthapana can be performed if for some reason this time is not possible. While Nakshatra Chitra and Vaidhriti Yoga are advised against during Ghatasthapana, they are not strictly forbidden.
The Shubh Muhurat for this year will run from 6:11 am to 7:51 am on Monday, September 26, 2022, and Kalash Sthapana will start at that time. While the 48-minute Abhijit Muhurat will run from 11:48 am to 12:36 pm.
The Ghatasthapana Muhurta occurs on the Pratipada Tithi and the Dvi-Svabhava Kanya Lagna
- Pratipada Tithi Begins – 03:23 AM on Sep 26, 2022
- Pratipada Tithi Ends – 03:08 AM on Sep 27, 2022
- Kanya Lagna Begins – 06:11 AM on Sep 26, 2022
- Kanya Lagna Ends – 07:51 AM on Sep 26, 2022
Puja Vidhi :
Place Maa Durga’s idol in a tidy location first. As you begin your worship, think about Lord Ganesha and light a candle in front of the Goddess. Take an earthenware container and fill it with some dirt and barley. After thoroughly cleaning an urn, form the swastika sign and attach a kalawa to it. Now add Ganga water, supari (beetle), dube, akshat, and dakshina to the kalash. After that, cover the kalash with Aam (mango) or Ashoka 5 leaves and seal it. A coconut wrapped in a red chunri should be placed on top of the grain on top of its cover. Now put this kalash in the centre of a clay pot filled with barley. After calling upon all the gods, begin worshipping after making a commitment to fast in front of the mother. Do not shake the kalash once it has been established for nine days.