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Yashoda Jayanti 2021: Yashoda ji’s mother Yashoda Jayanti (Yashoda Jayanti) is being celebrated today, which has special significance in Hinduism. According to the North Indian lunar calendar, Yashoda Jayanti is celebrated every year on the Sushthi date of the Krishna Paksha of Phalgun month, while the Magh month Yashoda Jayanti is celebrated in Gujarat, Maharashtra and South Indian states according to Amanta lunar calendar. However, on both calendars, the date of Yashoda Jayanti falls on the same day. Mother Yashoda and Lord Shri Krishna are worshiped on the day of Yashoda Jayanti. Let us know the auspicious time for Yashoda Jayanti, Mother Yashoda – Lord Krishna’s worship method and the importance of this day.
Yashoda Jayanti 2021 auspicious time
Auspicious date- 4 March 2021 (Thursday)
Best date start- On 13 March 2021 from 13.51 pm,
Best date ended – By 11.28 am on 4 March 2021.
History and importance of Yashoda Jayanti
Yashoda Jayanti is celebrated with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm. It is especially noted in the Gokul village of Lord Krishna. According to legends prevalent in Hinduism, mother Yashoda is the mother of Sri Krishna and the wife of Nanda Baba. The name of mother who gave birth to Shri Krishna is Devaki and father Vasudev. Krishna was born in the dungeon of King Kansa of Mathura, but Vasudev left him to Nanda Baba and Mata Devaki in Gokul to protect and raise his son from Mata Devaki’s brother Kamsa. Also read: March 2021 Festival Calendar: Big festivals like Mahashivratri and Holi will be celebrated in March, see the list of fasts and festivals falling this month.
Yashoda jayanti pooja method
On the day of Yashoda Jayanti, the devotees get up early in the morning and bathe in the Brahma Muhurta. After bathing, Mother Yashoda and Lord Krishna are duly worshiped with fruits, flowers, incense, lamps, turmeric, sandalwood, kumkum, coconut and tulsi dal etc. Mata Yashoda is worshiped with the child avatar of Lord Krishna and this festival is celebrated with pomp. It is believed that worshiping Goddess Yashoda and Shri Krishna on this day together blesses both the devotees.