Amla Navami 2023: Amla Navami falls on the ninth date of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month. On the day of Amla Navami, people observe fast and worship the Amla tree and Lord Vishnu. By fasting and worshiping on Amla Navami 2023, one attains Akshay virtue, hence it is called Akshay Navami.
According to religious beliefs, Lord Vishnu resides in the Amla tree from Amla Navami and Sri Hari resides in it till Kartik Purnima. Amla Navami 2023 is also called Akshay Navami and Kushmand Navami. Read More – Bigg Boss 17: Isha Malviya and Samarth Jurel crossed limits in the house, video going viral…
When is Amla Navami 2023?
According to the Vedic calendar, the Navami Tithi of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month is starting at 03:16 AM on Tuesday, 21st November and this Tithi will end at 01:09 AM on Wednesday, 22nd November. On the basis of Udayatithi, this year Amla Navami will be celebrated on 21st November.
Amla Navami 2023 Puja Muhurta
The auspicious time for worship of Amla Navami 2023 on 21st November is from 06.48 am to 12.07 pm. You will get more than 05 hours time for worship on this day. The auspicious time or Abhijit Muhurta of that day is from 11:46 am to 12:28 pm.
Ravi Yoga and Panchak on the day of Amla Navami
This time Ravi Yoga is being formed on the day of Amla Navami. Ravi Yoga is being formed from 08:01 in the night, which will last till 06:49 in the morning the next day. Panchak is being held there throughout the day. Read More – Urfi Javed seen in back lace top
4 importance of Amla Navami
- From Amla Navami 2023, Lord Vishnu resides in the Amla tree, that is why people worship the Amla tree and offer Amla. Only Amla is accepted as Prasad. By the grace of Vishnu one attains eternal virtue.
- According to religious beliefs, on the day of Amla Navami, drops of nectar drip from the Amla tree, hence there is a tradition of sitting and eating food under the Amla tree on this day. By doing this, health remains good.
- On Amla Navami, Lord Vishnu killed the demon Kushmand, hence it is called Kushmand Navami. Donate Kushmand i.e. pumpkin on Amla Navami.
- According to religious belief, Dwapar era started from Amla Navami.