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Sankashti Chaturthi 2022

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Sankashti Chaturthi Tithi

Sankashti Chaturthi, also known as the Sankatahara Chaturthi is a festival devoted to Lord Ganesha, the benign elephant God. As the name suggests, it is celebrated on the fourth day of Krishna Paksha of every month, also called the Chaturthi tithi.

Next Sankashti Chaturthi : Sunday, 17 July, 2022

According to the Hindu Panchang, the lunar month shows two Chaturthi Tithis - Sankashti and Vinayaka Chaturthi. The first one occurs after Purnima (Krishna Paksha) whereas the second one is observed after Amavasya (Shukla Paksha).

Sankashti Chaturthi 2022 Dates

Month Date Day Vrat Name Tithi Time

January

22 January, 2022

Saturday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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February

20 February, 2022

Sunday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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March

21 March, 2022

Monday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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April

20 April, 2022

Wednesday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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May

19 May, 2022

Thursday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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June

17 June, 2022

Friday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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July

17 July, 2022

Sunday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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August

15 August, 2022

Monday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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September

14 September, 2022

Wednesday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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October

13 October, 2022

Thursday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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November

12 November, 2022

Saturday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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December

12 December, 2022

Monday

Sankashthi Chaturthi

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Significance Of Sankashti Chaturthi

On this day, devotees pray to Lord Ganesha to overcome their hurdles and difficulties in life which is why this festival is also called ‘Sankat Hara Chaturthi’. Angaraki Chaturthi falling on a Tuesday is considered to be the most auspicious.

One must deliberately see the Moon on this tithi to bring good luck in life and conclude their Vrat after observing this ritual.

This fast holds the power to grant all your wishes. The cycle of Sankashti Chaturthi fasting is completed with 13 vrats. And there is an exclusive Vrat Katha for each one.

Sankatahara Chaturthi Puja Method Or Vidhi

  • As per the norms devotees are expected to get up early and pray to Lord Ganesha.
  • While doing this Puja they observe a fast where they are allowed to consume fruits, roots of plants, raw vegetables, etc.
  • Apart from that, they can also eat Peanuts, fresh potatoes, sabudana, etc.
  • Lord Ganesha's idol is decorated with grass and flowers.
  • The ‘Vrat Katha’ is recited after the puja to gain maximum benefits.
  • It is best to perform the puja after seeing the Moon. Also, you can break the fast after that.

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