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Mahesh Navami Pooja Dates And Puja Timings From 2018 to 2030

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Mahesh Navami Thursday 21st June 2018
Mahesh Navami Timings:

Navami Tithi Starts = 3:51 AM on 21-June-2018
Navami Tithi Ends = 3:18 AM on 22-June-2018

Mahesh Navami Tuesday 11th June 2019
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 10:23 PM on 10-June-2019
Navami Tithi Ends = 8:19 PM on 11-June-2019

Mahesh Navami

Mahesh Navami Sunday 31st May 2020
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 7:56 PM on 30-May-2020
Navami Tithi Ends = 5:36 PM on 31-May-2020

Mahesh Navami Saturday 19th June 2021
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 8:38 PM on 18-June-2021
Navami Tithi Ends = 6:44 PM on 19-June-2021

Mahesh Navami Thursday 9th June 2022
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 8:29 AM on 8-June-2022
Navami Tithi Ends = 8:20 AM on 9-June-2022

Mahesh Navami Monday 29th May 2023
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 9:56 AM on 28-May-2023
Navami Tithi Ends = 11:48 AM on 29-May-2023

Mahesh Navami Saturday 15th June 2024
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 12:03 AM on 15-June-2024
Navami Tithi Ends = 2:31 AM on 16-June-2024

Mahesh Navami Wednesday 4th June 2025
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 9:55 PM on 3-June-2025
Navami Tithi Ends = 11:53 PM on 4-June-2025

Mahesh Navami Tuesday 23rd June 2026
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 3:39 PM on 22-June-2026
Navami Tithi Ends = 4:39 PM on 23-June-2026

Mahesh Navami Saturday 12th June 2027
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 3:43 AM on 12-June-2027
Navami Tithi Ends = 2:43 AM on 13-June-2027

Mahesh Navami Thursday 1st June 2028
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 11:58 PM on 31-May-2028
Navami Tithi Ends = 9:44 PM on 1-June-2028

Mahesh Navami Wednesday 20th June 2029
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 2:15 AM on 20-June-2029
Navami Tithi Ends = 11:50 PM on 20-June-2029

Mahesh Navami Monday 10th June 2030
Mahesh Navami Timings:
Navami Tithi Starts = 8:32 PM on 9-June-2030
Navami Tithi Ends = 6:59 PM on 10-June-2030

About Mahesh Navami:
Mahesh Navami is observed Yearly in Shukla Paksha Navami in the month of Jyeshtha according to the Hindu lunar calendar. The festival is celebrated primarily by the devotees of Lord Maha Shiva who is popularly known by many names, including Mahesh. The name is a symbol of deep devotion to Lord Shiva. It is believed that he appeared to his worshipers for the first time on the auspicious day of Mahesh Navami. The day is dedicated to Shiva. The business community of Maheshwaris adores Lord Mahesh and his wife Parvati on the occasion of Mahesh Navami because it is believed that the 9th day of Shukla Paksha of Jyeshta Maheshwari Community was created. Therefore, the day is celebrated as Mahesh Navami every year

Importance and Legend:
There is a special belief that women who desire a son make special prayers on this day and Lord Shiva bless them. Legend has it that King Khandelsen did not have children. Therefore, he worshiped Lord Maha Shiva with supreme devotion, after which Lord Shiva fulfilled his desire by blessing him with a son named Sujansen.

The popular legend related to Mahesh Navami says that once the hunters ventured into an ashram and disturbed the serenity and tranquility. The sages were angry with them and cursed them to become a stone. Later, the hunters’ wives prayed to Lord Shiva and asked for the solution to get rid of the curse. Lord Shiva has agreed to save them only if they promise to stop hunting and get involved in other things. The women accepted the condition and so all the men were saved. The hunters saved and their parents stopped hunting and focused on business, and named their community as the Maheshwari community after Lord Mahesh to show their love and devotion to Shiva. Therefore, it is believed that Lord Shiva was the savior of the ancestors of the community.

Mahesh Navami Celebrations:
It is mainly a Hindu festival and is celebrated in many parts of the country, especially in Rajasthan. Devotees from all walks of life worship Mahesh and the goddess Parvati on this day. The temples are decorated with flowers and are accompanied by piety and serenity everywhere. Newly married couples are especially invited to worship the Lord and Goddess Parvati on this day to begin the new phase of their lives with happiness and good will.

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