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Kartik Maas 2020: Check Kartik Maas Katha, Kartik Mass Start Date, Kartik Puja 2020 Time Here

Kartik Maas 2020 - Karthik month will start from, i.e., November 1, and will continue till November 30. Karthik month has special significance in Hinduism and this is the last month of Chaturmas. As per the scriptures, experiments related to both money and religion are done in Kartik month itself. Apart from this, promising results are obtained from Deepdan and Kartik bath. It is said that this month is very dear to Lord Lakshmi, along with Lord Vishnu. If some rules are followed this month, then Goddess Lakshmi showers her grace, and the devotee lacks anything. Scroll down to read more about kartik maas me tulsi puja vidhi, kartik puja 2020 time, kartik maas start date, kartik maas kartik maas katha from this article. 

by Shalini | Updated Nov 03, 2020 10:02 AM

Kartik Maas 2020: Check Kartik Maas Katha, Kartik Mass Start Date, Kartik Puja 2020 Time Here

Kartik Maas 2020

It is said that Karthik Maas is dear to Shrihari and also the mother, Lakshmi. This can be the rationale that there's recognition of wealth this month. Lord Vishnu wakes up from Yoga sleep and wanders within the Earth during this month, showering grace. Worshipping Goddess Lakshmi during this point is additionally encouraging. For blessings of Goddess Lakshmi, Trayodashi, Deepavali, and Gopashtami are celebrated during this month.

Kartik Puja 2020 Time

ate Festival Name Tithi Significance
November 3 Atla Tadde Tritiya This festival is celebrated by women who hail from the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They observe a fast which is similar to Karwa Chauth in North India.
November 4 Vakratunda Sankashti Chaturthi Chaturthi Devotees of Lord Ganesha observe the Sankashti vrat on every Chaturthi Tithi, Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the Moon). The Sankashti of the Kartik month, Krishna Paksha is called Vakratunda Sankashti Chaturthi vrat. Devotees keep a day-long fast and break it only after sighting the Moon in the evening.
November 4  Karwa Chauth Chaturthi On this day, married women keep a day-long fast to pray for the wellbeing of their husband, while unmarried girls wish for a life partner of their choice. Those who are married, break their fast after sighting the Moon at night and then seeing their husband through a sieve. Subsequently, after worshipping the Moon God, women break their fast by drinking water from their husband's hand.
November 8 Kalashtami Ashtami On this day, devotees worship the Kala Bhairava form of Lord Shiva.
November 8 Ahoi Ashtami Ashtami On this day, mothers fast from dawn to dusk and pray for the wel--being of their children.
November 11 and 25 Rama Ekadashi and Devutthana Ekadashi Ekadashi Devotees keep the Rama and Devutthana Ekadashi vrat and worship Lord Vishnu on the Ekadashi Tithis of Kartik Shukla Paksha and Kartik Krishna Paksha respectively. The Devutthana Ekadashi marks the end of the Chaturmas period.
November 13 Dhanteras Trayodashi Dhanteras is celebrated on the Trayodashi Tithi, Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik. This significant day marks the beginning of Diwali festivities. According to a legend, Lord Dhanavantri (the God of medicines) and Devi Lakshmi (the Goddess of wealth) emerged on this day from the Kshirasagara (cosmic ocean) when the Devas and the Asuras churned the ocean in an event called Samudra Manthan to obtain Amrita (the nectar of immortality).
November 14 Diwali Amavasya Diwali marks the day of Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya, his birthplace after completing a fourteen-year long vanvas (exile) on Amavasya Tithi, Kartik month. Since it was a New Moon Day, and there was no moonlight, the people of his kingdom lit oil lamps to welcome him and celebrate his homecoming.
November 14 Lakshmi Pujan and Kali Puja Amavasya On this day, devotees perform the Lakshmi Pujan to welcome the Goddess of wealth. People pray to the Mother Goddess for a wealthy and prosperous life. And devotees in the eastern part of the country worship Goddess Kali, one of the fiercest avatar of the Mother Goddess.
November 15 Govardhan Puja Pratipada On this day, devotees celebrate the victory of Lord Krishna over Indra Dev. This festival is associated with the Govardhan Parvat (hill) that Krishna lifted with his little finger to save the people of the Braj region from torrential rains.
November 16 Bhai Dooj Dwitiya On Bhai Dooj day, sisters pray for the wellbeing of their brothers while putting a tilak on their forehead.
November 20 Soora Samharam Sashti This day marks the triumph of Lord Kartikeya or Murugan over a demon named Soorapadman. Devotees celebrate the victory of Lord Kartikeya by observing this festival.
November 20 Chhath Puja Sashti Women who hail from the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh keep a fast and worship the Sun God on Chhath puja day.
November 23 Jagaddhatri Puja Navami On this day, the Jagaddhatri form of Mother Goddess is worshipped. She is hailed as the bearer of the world or the mother of the earth.
November 26 Tulsi Vivah Dwadashi On this day, devotees perform the marriage ceremony of the holy Tulsi plant, also known as Vrinda and Lord Krishna. After Tulsi Vivah, the wedding season in Indian begins.
November 30 Guru Nanak Dev Ji Jayanti Purnima This year, 551st Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji Jayanti will be observed on November 30. This day, a Full Moon Day (Kartik Purnima) marks the birth anniversary of the founder of the Sikh religion.

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The devotees should follow these rules:
1. The plant of Tulsi should be worshipped during this month; it's said that it doubles the importance of worship.
2. The person should sleep on the ground this month because it gives peaceful and sacred thoughts.
3. during this month, the devotees must observe celibacy.
4. The devotees must donate "Diyas," referred to as deep daan, and it brings merit, and it gives prosperous life to someone.
Don'ts during this month
1. The devotees should avoid non-vegetarian food this month; it's suggested that one avoid non-vegetarian food during this holy month because it ends up in 'demons' life.
2. The devotees should avoid drinking chilled water because it often results in cough and cold and isn't suitable for health.
This month, Lord Vishnu goes to sleep. This month marks the sign of kindness and joy on Earth. It's also said that mother Lakshmi travels on Earth during this same month. Goddess Lakshmi offers the grace of wealth to the devotees. and thus there's the importance of worshipping Maa Lakshmi during this month

Kartik Maas Katha

Bhagavatacharya Rasbihari Vibhu Maharaj that concerns the third chapter of Padma Purana, said that the abode of Braj in Kartik month is taken into account vital because Kartik month is named the month of Shri Krishna. Shri Krishna himself has said that all told the months, Kartik month is incredibly dear to him. When Krishna's wife Satyabhama asked him why she could become his wife, he said that since he (Satyabhama) had done plenty of spiritual add the previous birth in Karthik month, thanks to which she could become his wife. Satyabhama then asked Sri Krishna why he loved Karthik month the foremost, so he told Satyabhama the conversation between Narada Muni and Prithu Maharaj, son of Maharaj Ven. Consistent with Bhagavatacharya, when Asura Shankharasura saw that though he defeated the gods, yet the gods remained strong, he discovered the explanation for this and located that the Vedamantras failed to weaken his power. He stole the Vedas from Brahmlok and threw it into the ocean. After this, he visited Lord Vishnu under the leadership of Brahma and recited Vedamantras to finish his yoga sleep. After getting up from yoga sleep, Lord Vishnu took the Matsya avatar and took the Vedas out of the ocean. He told that Lord Krishna himself says that the lamp performed in Kartik month, the one who does circumambulation, etc. comes in his world, i.e., he gets salvation, and he doesn't just move to any pilgrimage. He said whether if it is was Parikrama of Mathura or Vrindavan, Gokul, or Govardhan or Barsana, the importance of all is because Shri Krishna performed differing kinds of pastimes on this land. Life is going to be blessed if even one particle of their phase touches the pinnacle. That's why various pilgrimages of Vraj are revolved around this month. The devotee worships while starting or ending the circumambulation with the hope that the lotus stone of Thakur's feet is attached to his forehead, which is why Braj Raj is critical said, "Mukti kahe Gopal te meri mukti. Let the liberation of Braj Raz fly. Krishnadas Baba that does a circumambulation of Govardhan, noted that because of this importance of the circumambulation, foreign Krishna devotees revolve around Brajmandal, i.e., Charis Kos during this month. He said that many saints in Govardhan make two or three revolutions daily, and a few saints make even four revolutions. He said that a lot of devotees do Kalpavas during a pilgrimage of Braj. Overall, from the beginning of the Kartik month, Krishna's devotion is flowing within the particle of Braj.

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Kartik Maas 2020 - FAQ

1. What is Kartik Maas 2020?

It is said that Karthik Maas is dear to Shrihari and also the mother, Lakshmi. This can be the rationale that there's recognition of wealth this month. Lord Vishnu wakes up from Yoga sleep and wanders within the Earth during this month, showering grace. Worshipping Goddess Lakshmi during this point is additionally encouraging. For blessings of Goddess Lakshmi, Trayodashi, Deepavali, and Gopashtami are celebrated during this month.