How to do Soubhagya Gauri Vratam, Soubhagya Gouri Vratham Procedure or Vidhanam

How to do Soubhagya Gauri Vratam? What is the procedure of Soubhagya Gouri Vratham? Here you can find all the details about Sowbhagya Vratha vidhanam. Soubhagya Gauri vratham is observed several times in a year but the main puja date or day may fall in March – April (Chaitra month). It is also known as Chaitra Gauri Vratam. To perform this vrata, women observe fasting or upavasam on previous day evening. In 2015, Soubhagya Gauri Vrata date is March 22.

On the day of Soubhagya gouri vrata, women perform ceremonial bath and keep puja place clean. Gauri Mata is installed with haldi powder (Pasupu gauri / Haridra Gouri). Lord Ganesh puja is observed before starting Gauri puja. Gauri is worshipped with Shodashopachar and with Gauri Astottaram. After the puja, Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri are worshipped with ‘Damanam or ‘davanam or ‘Davana (leaves of Artemisia Pallens – highly valued in the making of floral decorations and oils). Damana puja is one of the main abhishekams during the puja. Naivedyam is offered to the deities.

In the evening, welcome other married women and worship them as incarnations of Goddess Parvati or Gauri and offer them Kumkuma and Tamboolam.

In some areas, Dolotsavam (Swing ceremony) is performed to Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri. Dolotsavam is mainly performed by those who want to get children.

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  1. M sreepadma says:

    How to do akhanda soubhagya vratam in karthika masam?

  2. Manna says:

    What is sowbhagya vratham how it is performed

  3. Shakeela says:

    how many kgs kumkuma and pasupu for kailasa gowri nomu

  4. Sahitya says:

    which pooja to be performed for akhand saubhagya

  5. Niral says:

    sowbhagya gauri vrat we can do fasting or not

  6. sudha says:

    Respected sir/mam
    I am planning to do “Sowbhagya Gowri Vratam”,but I am staying in hostel.How to do then?

    • Naveen Sanagala says:

      You can do saubhagya gauri vratham anywhere by just placing a photo of Goddess Parvati (or Shiv & Parvati).. and offering the Goddess the minimal things like flowers, fruits, etc..