ayudha Puja is performed on Maha Navami during Shardiya Navratri. Enthusiasts of Maa Durga notice a quick during Navratri. Nonetheless, the one that falls in the long stretches of September/October or the Hindu month of Ashwin, Shukla Paksha at the beginning of the Sharad season, is the most well known. Ayudha Puja is famous in South India, chiefly in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala. The goddesses loved during the Ayudha Puja are Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati.
Ayudha Puja 2021: Date
This time, Ayudha Puja will be performed on October 14.
Ayudha Puja 2021: Time
Navami Tithi starts at 08:07 PM on October 13, 2021, and Navami Tithi closes at 06:52 on October 14. Vijaya Mahurat for Ayudha Puja is from 02:02 PM to 02:48 PM.
Ayudha Puja 2021: History
Ayudha Puja was intended to love weapons, yet in its current structure, a wide range of instruments are revered on exactly the same day. In south India, it is a day when skilled workers love their devices and instruments, like Vishwakarma Puja in different pieces of India.
Albeit in present day, Ayudha Puja has become Vahana Puja, where individuals love their vehicles, including vehicles, bikes, and motorbikes. During vahana Puja, a wide range of vehicles that are being used are enlivened with vermilion, festoons, mango leaves, and banana saplings and adored.
Ayudha Puja 2021: Significance
Ayudha Puja is one of the main parts of Navratri. In Indian culture, we set up this viewpoint that whatever apparatus it could be, assuming you need to utilize your furrow, first show homage it and afterward use it. Assuming you need to utilize a book, first show homage it and afterward use it. Ayudha Puja implies, each carry out that you use, regardless of whether it is in industry, horticulture or whatever else, you approach it.
The devices and all executes of occupation are first cleaned. Every one of the apparatuses, machines, vehicles and different gadgets are then painted or all around finished after which they are spread with turmeric glue, sandalwood glue (as a Tilak (symbol or imprint)) and Kumkum (vermillion). Then, at that point, in the evening, past to the puja day, they are put on a reserved stage and designed with blossoms. On account of weapons of war, they are additionally cleaned, embellished with blossoms and tilak and put in a line, nearby a divider. On the morning of the puja that is on the Navami day, they are generally loved alongside the pictures of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. Books and instruments are additionally positioned on the platform for love. Upon the arrival of the puja, these are not to be upset. The day is spent in love and thought.