Sankashti 2015 | Sankashti Chaturthi 2015 dates

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Sankashti 2015, Sankashti Chaturthi 2015 dates, Sankashtahara Ganesha Chaturthi 2015, Monthly Ganesh Chaturthi in 2015…

Sankashti Chaturthi is the most auspicious vrata dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Sankashti vrat is observed on Krishna Paksha Chaturthi in every Hindu month.

The list also includes the list of Angarika Sankashti Chaturthi dates in 2014. After the Chandrodayam (Moonrise Time), the devotees who perform Sankashti Vrat break their fast and observe Sankashti Hara Ganesh Chauth Poojan.

8 January 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi (Sakat Chauth) – Moonrise Timings = 8.41 PM (Thursday) ————-> Paush Month

7 February 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 8.59 PM (Saturday) ————-> Magha Month

9 March 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.20 PM (Monday) ————-> Phalgun Month

8 April 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.50 PM (Wednesday) ————-> Chaitra Month

7 May 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.34 PM (Thursday) ————-> Vaishakh Month

5 June 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.15 PM (Friday) ————-> Jyeshta Month

5 July 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.41 PM (Sunday) ————-> Adhik Ashada Month

3 August 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.11 PM (Monday) ————-> Nija Ashada Month

1 September 2015 -Angaraki Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 8.39 PM (Tuesday) ————-> Shravan Month

1 October 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.00 PM (Thursday) ————-> Bhadrapada Month

30 October 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 8.34 PM (Friday) ————-> Ashwin Month

29 November 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 9.06 PM (Sunday) ————-> Kartik Month

28 December 2015 – Sankashti Chaturthi – Moonrise Timings = 8.40 PM (Monday) ————-> Margashirsha Month

During Sankat Ganesh Chaturthi, devotees observe fast for whole day and break their upvaas after visiting the Moon God and performing Ganesh Puja.

Observing Sankashti Hara Chaturthi vrata keep devotees away from every problem they face in their life. Literally, ‘Sankat or ‘Sankashta means problems and ‘hara means the destroyer. Abhishekam is the main ritual observed during the Ganapati puja on this day.

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