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Yamuna Chhath Pooja Dates And Puja Timings From 2018 to 2030

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Yamuna Chhath Friday 23rd March 2018
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 1:51 PM on 22-March-2018
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 12:02 PM on 23-March-2018

Yamuna Chhath Thursday 11th April 2019
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 3:35 PM on 10-April-2019
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 2:41 PM on 11-April-2019

Yamuna Chhath Monday 30th March 2020
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 2:00 AM on 30-March-2020
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 3:14 AM on 31-March-2020

Yamuna Chhath-Yamuna Jayanti

Yamuna Chhath Sunday 18th April 2021
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 8:31 PM on 17-April-2021
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 10:34 PM on 18-April-2021

Yamuna Chhath Thursday 7th April 2022
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 6:00 PM on 6-April-2022
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 8:32 PM on 7-April-2022

Yamuna Chhath Monday 27th March 2023
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 4:32 PM on 26-March-2023
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 5:27 PM on 27-March-2023

Yamuna Chhath Sunday 14th April 2024
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 12:03 PM on 13-April-2024
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 11:43 AM on 14-April-2024

Yamuna Chhath Thursday 3rd April 2025
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 11:49 PM on 2-April-2025
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 9:40 PM on 3-April-2025

Yamuna Chhath Tuesday 24th March 2026
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 6:37 PM on 23-March-2026
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 4:07 PM on 24-March-2026

Yamuna Chhath Monday 12th April 2027
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 9:38 PM on 11-April-2027
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 7:34 PM on 12-April-2027

Yamuna Chhath Saturday 1st April 2028
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 2:34 PM on 31-March-2028
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 2:12 PM on 1-April-2028

Yamuna Chhath Friday 20th April 2029
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 12:46 PM on 19-April-2029
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 1:29 PM on 20-April-2029

Yamuna Chhath Tuesday 9th April 2030
Yamuna Chhath Pooja Timings:
Shashthi Tithi Starts = 3:13 PM on 8-April-2030
Shashthi Tithi Ends = 5:40 PM on 9-April-2030

Yamuna Chhath, which is regarded as the day when Goddess Yamuna descended on Earth, is mainly celebrated in the Mathura city. This day is also known as Yamuna Jayanti as it marks the birth anniversary of Goddess Yamuna. Festivity of this day is on Shukla Paksha Shashthi in Chaitra month and it usually occurs during Chaitra Navratri.

Yamuna Chhath is celebrated mainly by the people of Mathura and Vrindavan because Yamuna is regarded as the wife of Lord Krishna and is respected and worshipped by people of Braj.

Yamuna Jayanti Meaning and legend:
In the Hindu scriptures, the Goddess Yamuna is the wife of Lord Krishna. Therefore, she is highly revered in Braj. Therefore, Yamuna Chhath is celebrated with immense fervor and enthusiasm in Vrindavan and Mathura. The Yamuna River is considered a sacred river with Ganga, Godavari, Brahmaputra and Saraswati. According to the legend of the Hindu Puranas, it is believed that the Yamuna River descended to Earth on the sixth day of the month of Chaitra. Since then, this day is celebrated as the birthday of Yamuna’s birth. The goddess Yamuna is the consort of Lord Krishna and the daughter of Surya Dev (Sun). Therefore, the goddess Yamuna is highly revered by the people of Braj and Mathura and is celebrated with immense enthusiasm by the people of Vrindavan and Mathura.

Yamuna Jayanti Celebrations:
On the propitious day of Yamuna Shhath, devotees rise before dawn and take a spiritual bath in the Yamuna River. It is believed that diving into the Yamuna River can purify the soul and can also attain eternal joy and love. A special puja is offered to the goddess Yamuna in the auspicious “muhurat” according to the Vedic Panchange. As the goddess Yamuna is known as the companion of Lord Krishna, devotees also worship Lord Krishna. The special food offerings known as ‘naivedyam’ are prepared for the goddess Yamuna. After the puja, food is given to the Brahmins, and the Prasad is distributed among friends and relatives. The faithful observe a strict fast at Yamuna Shhath. The faithful refrain from drinking or eating anything during the 24-hour period. The fast is broken the next day after the morning puja rituals.

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