Today, 8 November 2013 is Chhath Puja. It is one of the famous festivals of Bihar. Chhath Puja is dedicated to Surya Bhagavan and is also referred to as Surya Sashti Vrat.
The main Chhath Puja is Arghya to the setting Sun (Sanja Arghya) on Friday (8 November 2013) and rising Sun on Saturday (9 November 2013) (Suryodaya Arghya).
Chhath Puja venues or sites in New Delhi:
Purvi Ghat, Wazirabad, Ram Ghat, Sur Ghat, Shyam Ghat Near Wazirabad (West), Kudasia, Geeta Ghat near Chandgi Ram Akhara Ring Road and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja sites in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh:
Panki Power House, CTI Crossing, Govind Nagar, Sachan Guest house, Shastri Nagar Puliya, Pandu Nagar Bima Hospital Puliya, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja places in Guwahati, Assam:
Chhath Puja in Guwahati is performed on the banks of the River Brahmaputra between Uzanbazar and Bharalumukh, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja venues in Bangalore:
Sankey Tank is the lake where Chhath Puja is held in Bangalore, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja in Bhubaneswar:
Kua Kahi River bank is the main site of Chhath Puja in Bhubaneswar, Orissa, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja in Kolkata:
Babu Ghat is the main venue of Chhath Puja in Kolkata, West Bengal, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Chhath Puja locations in Mumbai:
Juhu Beach is the main site of Chhat Puja in Mumbai, and many more details at — Chhath Puja venues.
Please update us with more details regarding your city venues for Chhath puja.
Daily Panchangam, 8 November 2013 – Chhath Puja
Sun Rise 06:36 Sun Sets 17:45 Moon Rise 11:08 Moon Sets 22:35
Tithi Sukla Sashti Ends at 26:38
Nakshatram Poorvashada Ends at 13:27
Kaulava Karana Ends at 15:53, Taitila (Taitula) Karana Ends at26:38
Dhrithi Yogam Ends at 10:18
Today’s Significance / Vrat, Puja, Auspicious day or Festival today: Chhath Puja, Surya Shashti Vrat ends. Skanda Shashti. Soorasamharam in Skanda Shashti festival celebrations of Tamil Nadu. Agni Shashti.
Paksha: Bahula or Krishna Paksha / Vad Paksha. Month: Kartik Month in North Indian Hindi calendars (Purnimant calendars) & in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati calendars (Amavasyant Calendars).
Tamil Calendar: Aippasi Masam 22 & Malayalam Calendar: Thulam Masam 23
Bengali Calendar: Kartik Month 21
Amrita Kalam 09:02 – 10:30 Duration: 01:28
Abhijit Muhurat 11:46:30 – 12:34:30
Time to Avoid
Varjyam Kalam 21:53 – 23:22 Duration: 01:29
Rahu Kalam: 10:46:52 – 12:10:30
Gulika Kalam: 07:59:37 – 09:23:15
Yama Gandam: 14:57:45 – 16:21:22
Durmuhurthams: 08:49:48 – 09:34:24
Durmuhurthams: 12:32:48 – 13:17:24