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2023 Holika Dahan Puja Vidhi and Vrat Katha - Significance and Importance

Holika Dahan Puja Vidhi and Holika Dahan Vrat Katha

There are numerous stories associated to Holika Dahan. Out of which some well-known stories are as follows. Whether the stories are mythological, religious or social, all of the tales definitely get some message. Due to this fact, attempts should be made to mold the messages given symbolically in the tales in your life. With this a person's life can get a new path. One of the vital popular stories of Holika Dahan is that of Hiranyakashyap and his son Prahlad.

Holika Dahan Puja Vidhi

  • For the worship of Holika Dahan, the worshipers should first go to Holika and sit facing east. 
  • After this, take the pooja materials which includes water, roli, akshat, flowers, raw cotton, jaggery, turmeric, whole, moong, gulal and betashe as well as new crop i.e. ripe earrings of wheat and gram. 
  • After this, keep a shield made of cow dung close to Holika. 
  • Additionally hold 4 different garlands product of colored, molly, shield and toys in Gulal. 
  • On this, the first garland is kept for the fathers, the second for Pawansut Hanuman ji, the third mala is kept in the name of Sheetla and the fourth mala family. 

  • After this, wrap raw cotton in Holika's orbit. 
  • You can do this circulation 3, 5 or 7 times based on your devotion. 
  • After this, offer water, then offer other worship materials and put grains of earrings in the bonfire.

Holika Dahan Katha

Hiranyakashyap, son of the sage Kashyapa, had pleased Brahma Dev along with his penance, because of which no god, goddess, male, female, asura, yaksha or another creature would be capable to kill him. With this, he can't be killed both with arms nor with weapons, neither in day, nor at evening, nor within the afternoon, nor in the home, nor exterior, nor within the sky nor within the underworld. Because of this boon of Brahma, he turned egoistic and started thinking of himself as God. He started forcing his subjects to worship themselves. Used to torture them in many ways.

Prahlad had one son of Hiranyakashyap. He was a devotee of Lord Vishnu. When Hiranyakashyap came to learn about this, he tried to influence his son. He asked Prahlada to leave Vishnu and worship him. However where Prahlada was about to believe, he remained engrossed in devotion to Lord Vishnu.

Angered by this, Hiranyakashyap tortured Prahlada in various methods, however Prahlada was not deterred even by his Vishnu devotion. Hiranyakashipu ordered his son to push him down from the mountain and crush under the elephant's ft, however each time Lord Vishnu saved him.

Hiranyakashyap became more angry on this. Then, on her orders, Hiranyakashyap's sister Holika agreed to burn Prahlad in the fireplace. He had the boon that he wouldn't die by fire. On the full moon day, when Holika sat within the fireplace with the devotee Prahlad, Prahlad survived by the grace of Lord Vishnu and Holika died by burning in that fire. Due to this, Holika Dahan is done every year on Phalgun Purnima.

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