Shani Trayodashi 2020: What Are The Puja Timings And How People Celebrate This Festival?

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On March 21, the auspicious Shani Trayodashi also known as Pradosh Vrat will be celebrated. Read more about this special day and the puja timings

Written By Mamta Raut | Mumbai | Updated On:
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On March 21, Pradosh Vrat fast will be observed which falls on the Trayodashi of every month. However, this time around, as the Pradosh Vrath falls on a Saturday, it is called Shani Pradosh. It is considered as an auspicious day in the Hindu religion where people perform Vrat Tithi rituals for the blessings of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Shani Trayodashi 2020 puja timings for March 21

  • Shani Trayodashi 2020 sunrise puja timing: 6.33 am
  • Shani Trayodashi 2020 sunset puja timing: 6.34 pm
  • Shani Trayodashi Tithi starts on March 27 at 7.56 am and ends on March 22 at 10.08 am
  • Chaitra Pradosha Puja Time: March 21 at 6.34 pm to March 21 at 8.58 pm

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Six things people do on Shani Trayodashi 

  • Prayers: It is believed that worshipping Lord Shani on this day helps to remove malefic effects of Shani Dosha from one’s life
  • Fasting: Many people fast on this auspicious day of Shani Trayodashi to please Lord Shiva
  • Shani Puja: People perform Shani Pooja on Shani Trayodashi to calm the planet Shani. Many also perform Tailabhishekam as a part of their Shani Puja.
  • Donation: On Shani Trayodashi, many drop black grams, ginger, coal, nails in the running water as a part of a donation to please Lord Shani
  • Charity: People also offer food to cows, have children come to eat at their place, donate clothes to help them free from the anger of Lord Shani.
  • Chanting: People also chant Shani Mantra which is “Neelanjana Samabasam Ravi Yamaagarjam, Chaaya Martanda Sambhutam Tan Namami Sannescharam”

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