Vivah Panchami Timings
Panchami Tithi Begins = 14:01 on 15th December 2015
Panchami Tithi Ends = 12:46 on 16th December 2015
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Rama Janaki Vivah Panchami is one of the most Famous Hindus Festival in India and Nepal. In 2014, Ram Janaki Vivah Panchami is celebrated on Saturday, 26th November. Ram Janaki Vivah Panchami 2015 lies in 16th December.
Vivah Panchami is a one of the Hindus festivals celebrated by Hindus in Nepal and India. RamaRama
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Rama... Sita Vivah Panchami is the Hindus festival celebrating the marriage anniversary of Hindu Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. Vivah Panchami is also known as Ram Janaki Vivah Panchami. So, Ram Janaki Vivah Panchami is observed on the 5th day of Marg Shukla Paksha or waxing phase (brightening moon) of the moon in the Agrahayana or Margashirsha month as per Hindu calendar. As per the English calendar, it falls in November – December.
On the 5th day of Marg Shukla Paksha, Vivah Utsav of Rama and Sita is observed as the divine marriage day and celebrated in the temples of Janakpur, Nepal. Before this day, thousands of Hindus pilgrims arrive here Janakpur, the birthplace of Goddess Janaki, from the various parts of Nepal and Northern India, Mithilanchal to celebrate the Ram Janaki Vivah Panchami.
According to Hindus religion epic Ramayan, King Janak of Mithila (Janakpur) organized a "Swayamver" ceremony where he invited many kings of various kingdoms and Janaki the daughter of Janak was supposed to choose a groom for herself among them. However, the condition was to lift the ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... Dhanush and string it, to be able to marry princess Janaki. Thousands of kings and princes tried to lift the Shiva Dhanush, but no one could even make it move a bit. Then Rama the prince of Ayodhya lifted this heavy Shiva Dhanush (bow) and string it. The whole audience clapped and flower came from heaven, and princess Sita got married to Hindu Lord Rama here in Janakpur (older name Janakpurdham).
In Ayodhya, the birth place of lord Rama, Vivaha Panchami is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor. Here, temples are decorated with lights and flowers on this day. A splendid wedding procession is held that passes from many temples during the day and ends with the wedding ceremony of idols of Ram and Sita. Many Hindus come from all over India to witness this grand celebration. This grand occasion is called as Ram Vivah Utsav.
In Nepal, Vivaha Panchami celebration takes place in the Janaki Temple for seven days. The whole temple is decorated and highlighted as a "Mandap" during this Vivaha Panchami celebration time. Mandap (covered structure with pillars) temporarily decorated for the purpose of a Hindu wedding. The idols of Lord Ram and Sita are brought to the Mandap, they are decorated as bride and groom with beautiful jewelry and well traditional marriage dresses. The religious marriage ceremony of Lord Ram and Devi Janaki takes place with great fervor, after which these idols are worshiped with Hindu devotional songs and chants from Hindu epic Ramayana are sung by the devotees.