According to the Hindu calendar, the full moon of Asvina month is known as Sharad Purnima. According to astrology, it is believed that on this day the moon is full of its 16 arts.
On this day, there is also a belief to make Kheer in the middle of the night and keep it in the moonlight night, because it is believed that on this day the rays of the moon rain the nectar. And scientists also accept that when the moon’s healing properties fall on the Kheer, it becomes like nectar. Whoever eats this Kheer gets benefited healthwise.
Based on Mythological Tales, a moneylender had two daughters, both of whom were fasting on Purnima (Full Moon Night). Where the elder daughter duly fasted, the younger daughter left the fast incomplete, as a result of which any child of the younger daughter would have been born dead. Once the elder daughter touched the child of the younger sister, only her single touch made her child alive, since then the cycle of fasting on Sharad Purnima is going on.
Start Time – 5:45 PM, 30th October
End Time – 8:18 PM, 31st October
On this day, Kheer is kept under the open sky, it is believed that whoever takes this gives a positive effect to the mind. Whoever is suffering of bile related problems gets benefited from eating kheer. If a person has weak eyesight or has any heart-related problem, then such a person should also take Kheer.
Take a bath in Brahma Muhurta. Lay down a red cloth and then place the statue of Goddess Lakshmi. Offer flowers to the Goddess with Tilak Perfume.
Invoke the Goddess. Recite these mantras ऊं श्रीं ह्रीं श्रीं कमले कमलालयेप्रसीद प्रसीद श्रीं ह्रीं श्रीं महालक्ष्म्यै नमः।
Read Lakshmi Chalisa. Offer Kheer to the Goddess, donate it to a priest, then place the Kheer under the open sky in the moonlit night and in the morning give it to the family members.
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