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Karma Puja 2021: Karma Puja Date and Time, Images, Happy Karma Puja Wishes, Importance

Karma Puja 2021 is going to be observed on 17th of September 2021, Friday this year. The Puja is especially celebrated in the state of Bihar and Jharkhand where the celebration lasts for the entire day along with traditional rituals for God Karam. Karma Puja 2021, in Jharkhand, is not any more only a restricted holiday. Karma Puja 2021, has been proclaimed as a gazetted occasion by the State government. Find the Karma Puja Date 2021, Download Karma Puja 2021 Images, Happy Karma Puja Quotes on this page.

by Shalini K | Updated Dec 30, 2020 07:05 AM

Karma Puja 2021: Karma Puja Date and Time, Images, Happy Karma Puja Wishes, Importance

Karma Puja 2021 Date

Karma Puja 2021 is going to be observed on 17th of September 2021, Friday this year. The Puja is especially celebrated in the state of Bihar and Jharkhand where the celebration lasts for the entire day along with traditional rituals for God Karam.

Karma Puja History

Karma Puja 2021 dates by and large fall in the long stretch of August or September. Karma Puja 2021 event is praised on the eleventh moon of Hindu month Bhadrapada. Karma Puja 2021  is considered as most sacred by the clans like Oraon, Bhijhwari, Baiga, and Majhwar. On this day individuals go to Karam Devta to get favors. Karma Devta, the image of Nature, is adored as the whole ancestral network is, for the most part, subject to Nature for their occupation. This day is likewise significant for the siblings and sisters as the sisters appeal to God for the prosperity of their siblings. Indeed, even the couples appeal to God for a cheerful matrimonial life. Whatever might be the reason, Karma Puja is a vital piece of the ancestral network of different states. Karam is a reap celebration. The celebration likewise has a nearby connection to Nature. Individuals love trees during this celebration as they are a wellspring of vocation, and they petition the compelling force of Nature to keep their farmlands green and guarantee a rich reap. It is accepted that the love for good germination expands the fruitfulness of grain crops. Karam/Karma Devta/Karam Devis (the God of intensity, youth, and energy) is revered during the celebration. 

The Ritual

The ritual for Karam festival starts with the pounding of rice in the dheki by women, dheki is a  wooden implement, to obtain rice flour. This rice flour is utilized to make a nearby delicacy, which can be sweet just as pungent. This delicacy is cooked toward the beginning of the day of the Karam celebration for utilization and shared all through the area. At that point, the individuals start the custom and hit the dance floor with a yellow sprout tucked behind their ear. A piece of the Karam tree is passed on by the Karma craftsmen and went among them while they are singing and moving. This branch is washed with milk and rice brew (privately known as hariya). At that point, the branch is brought up in the center of the moving field. In the wake of presenting the legend - the story behind the revering of Karam (Nature/God/Goddess) - all the people drink alcohol and spend the whole evening singing and moving; both are fundamental pieces of the celebration. Women celebrate and move to the beat of drums and people tunes (siring). The Puja is trailed by a network feast and the drinking of hariya. The following day, the Karam tree is sprinkled with the curd.

Karam or Karma is a gather celebration celebrated in Indian regions of Jharkhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Assam, Odisha and West Bengal. It is devoted to the love of Karam-Devta (Karam-Lord/God), the divine force of intensity, youth and energy.These are needed during the puja (love) of the Karam God.

Karma Puja dates fall in the long stretch of August or September. The favorable event is commended on the eleventh moon of Hindu month Bhadrapada. The day is considered as holy by the clans like Oraon, Bhijhwari, Baiga and Majhwar.

Karma Puja Images

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Happy Karma Puja Quotes

I'm a true believer in karma. You get what you give, whether it's bad or good.

I believe that the Laws of Karma do not apply to show business, where good things happen to bad people on a fairly regular basis.

You and I have been physically given two hands and two legs and half-decent brains. Some people have not been born like that for a reason. The karma is working from another lifetime.

Karma is not just about the troubles, but also about surmounting them.

But life inevitably throws us curve balls, unexpected circumstances that remind us to expect the unexpected. I've come to understand these curve balls are the beautiful unfolding of both karma and current.

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Karma Puja 2020 - FAQs

1. When is Karma Puja 2021?  

Karma Puja 2021 is going to be observed on 17th of September 2021, Friday this year.

2. Why is Karma Puja celebrated?

It is devoted to the love of Karam-Devta (Karam-Lord/God), the divine force of intensity, youth and energy.These are needed during the puja (love) of the Karam God.

3. Who celebrates Karma Puja?

Karam or Karma is a gather celebration celebrated in Indian regions of Jharkhand, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Assam, Odisha and West Bengal.

4. When is Karma Puja celebrated?

Karma Puja dates fall in the long stretch of August or September. The favorable event is commended on the eleventh moon of Hindu month Bhadrapada. The day is considered as holy by the clans like Oraon, Bhijhwari, Baiga and Majhwar.

5. Is Karma Puja a holiday?

Karma Puja 2021, in Jharkhand, is not any more only a restricted holiday. Karma Puja 2021, has been proclaimed as a gazetted occasion by the State government.