Hindu Festival Bhatali Navami 2016 or Bhadli Navmi 2016
13th July (Wednesday) 2016
The North Indian, Hindu community celebrates Bhadli Navmi with great happiness religious fervor. The festival Bhadli Navami is also known by the name of Bhatali Navami, Ashara Shukla Paksha Navami, Kandarp Navami and generally observed in the month of Ashad. The festival is celebrated on the 9th day of Shukla Paksha of Ashadh month. A vital deed related to Bhadli Navmi is that the day is usually contemplated to be the last day in the year for celebrating marriages in the Hindu community. It is believed that after the Hindu festival Bhadli Navmi, the Gods usually go to sleep. Therefore, all the auspicious activities are organized before and after this festival.
Bhatali Navami, or Bhadli Navmi, is observed in the Ashad month. Bhatali Navami 2016 date is July 13. It is observed on a ninth day during the Shukla Paksha of Ashada Month. The day is of great significance for certain Hindu communities in North India.
The day is also known as Ashad Shukla Paksha Navami and Kandarp Navami.
Festival Dedicated to Lord Vishnu
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Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,..
is worshiped. According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that the Lord Vishnu is the most powerful among all the Gods. In Hindu community, marriages cannot be organized when the Lord Vishnu is sleeping. Lord Vishnu's blessings are essential to make a married life happier. Bhadli Navmi falls on the last day before Lord Vishnu goes to sleep. That’s why, the devotees wish to spend the day in a peerless manner and take the Lords blessings. The festival Bhadli Navmi is the last day for any auspicious religious activity.
Bhadli Navami Celebration
Hindus celebrate Bhadli Navami by organizing various religious events to make the occasion unique. Special song sessions for reading Holy Scriptures are held during the day and priests take special care to make offerings to Lord Vishnu. Songs written dedicated to Lord Vishnu are also recited by the devotees to seek blessings from Vishnu.
Jharkhand Bhadli Fair
In Indian State Jharkhand, a festive activity is organized as Bhadli Fair in its real colors. Not only the people of Jharkhand but also from the neighboring regions gather to celebrate the auspicious occasion. Jharkhand state holds the Bhadli fair from its ancient time.
The Bhaddrakali temple in Itkhori is also known for its collection of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist deities in their idol form and devotees seek the blessings of all in harmony to make their journey of life more meaningful and significant.