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Gauri Puja Vidhi and Vrat Katha - Know the Story Behind Gauri Puja Celebration

Gauri Puja Vidhi and Gauri Puja Vrat Katha
Gauri Pujan means the fast of Goddess Parvati. Maa Gauri fast is observed on Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Magh month. This festival is celebrated in Maharashtra. On this day, Goddess Parvati is invoked and revered. On the second day, Goddess Parvati is worshiped in a special way, and on the third day, the goddess is bid farewell. Gauri Puja is fast for happiness and prosperity.

Why we do Gauri worship?

Gauri worship is usually done for happiness and prosperity. Pleasing the Goddess brings happiness in the house and increases wealth. It improves the husband-wife relationship. Apart from this, it removes the hurdles faced in marriage, meets the desired and desired life partner.

Please tell, it is also said that if Goddess Parvati is worshiped on this day, then Goddess Parvati is pleased. This fast is performed like Teej. Suhagan women and girls do this fast. The most special thing about this fast is that girls can also keep this fast. It is believed that due to this fast, there is no restriction in the marriage of girls and the sum of early marriage is formed. By observing this fast, there is happiness in the house and there is never a shortage of money in the house. This fast also makes the relationship between husband and wife strong.

Materials Required During Puja

An idol of Shiva, Goddess Parvati and Ganesha, a copper vase, a copper vessel, milk, God's garb-jewelry, rice, roli, sandalwood powder, turmeric, Kaleva, gangajal, coconut, fruit, sweets, mango leaves, Betel leaves, betel nut, panchamrit, Pancha, kasana, incense, lamp, flower garland, sugar, Dakshina.

Special organ worship from the step of Gauri Maa to the forehead: The law of organ worship of Maa Gauri is extremely fruitful. The method of worship from stage to go is named Nakhshikh Puja.

Maa Parvati Puja Vidhi: Method of Worshiping Maa Parvati

  • Lord Ganesha is the first to receive the boon of worship. Therefore, Lord Ganesha should be worshiped before any auspicious work. The first venerable Ganapati is one of the main deities of Hinduism.
  • He has been described in all the Puranas as the God of pleasures, manuals, and man who desires fruit. Lord Ganesha has the boon that his worship is compulsory before any auspicious work, without the worship of Shri Ganesha, any sacrificial act, etc. cannot be considered complete. 
  • Start with the worship of Shri Ganesh, give him a bath. 
  • Offer clothes. 
  • Offer smell, floral, intact. 
  • Now start the worship of Goddess Parvati. 
  • Women worship Goddess Parvati in Gauri Pujan. 
  • There are many laws in worship.
  • The idol of Goddess Parvati should be installed to the left of Lord Shiva. 
  • On the day of Gauri Puja, start the method of worship by becoming holy with bath and meditation. 
  • Invoke Mata Parvati in the idol. 
  • Give Goddess Parvati a seat in your house. 
  • Now bathe the Goddess first with water, then with Panchamrit then with water.
  • Now offer clothes to Goddess Parvati. 
  • After clothes, wear ornaments, wreath, offer perfume, do tilak, offer incense and lamps. 
  • Offer flowers and rice to Goddess Parvati. 
  • Offer a lamp of ghee or oil consistent with the ritual, perform aarti. 
  • During the chanting of Goddess Parvati, keep repeating the mantra"Om Gourye Namah" or "Un Parvataye Namah".
  • Mata Parvati has many forms. She was born as the daughter of King Prajapati Daksha. Mother Sati wanted to get married to Lord Shiva, for this she did a lot of worship. Mata Parvati has many names including one named Gauri. The day Mother Sati was married to Lord Shiva, the day was the third day of Shukla Paksha of Magha month. This fast is observed to get the blessings of good luck.

Gauri Puja Vrat Katha: Story of Gauri Puja

In ancient times, a Seth named Dharmapala lived happily with his wife in Anand Nagar. There was no shortage of money, wealth in Dharmapala's life, but he always felt sad about one thing that he had no children. Seth Dharmapala used to do regular worship and charity. After some time, Seth gets a son by worshiping and good works.

When Seth Dharmapala comes to know about the age of his son that his son is young, he feels very sad about his fate. Seth Dharampal gets upset then Seth's wife speaks of how fate can be changed. Therefore, his will is contained in the will of God. God will do good whatever he does. After some time, Seth Dharampal marries his son to a worthy and cultured girl. Kanya used to observe Mata Gauri from childhood. Therefore, with this effect, the girl gets blessings from Mata Gauri to be an unbroken good fortune, which led to the longevity of the son of Seth Dharmapala.

The scriptures narrate a story about Gauri worship. It is said that on the Tritiya Tithi of this Chaitra Shukla Paksha, Mother Gaura Parvati and Lord Shiva went out to visit. During the tour, they reach a village. When the villagers came to know of his arrival, he was not happy. The women of the affluent family started arranging various kinds of dishes, sweets, fruits, etc. to welcome Shiva-Parvati.

At the same time, women of poor families also came to welcome their adorable deity, according to their ability, whatever was made of them. Seeing her reverence, Mother Gaura was very pleased and sprinkled the nectar of good fortune on her as a blessing. After that, women from affluent families also came with their Chappan Bhog plate. But Mother Gauri Devi had nothing to give her as a blessing. In such a situation, she sliced ​​his finger and sprinkled splashes of blood on him.

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