Jamai Sasthi 2020 | Jamai Shashti

Jamai Sasthi, also spelt as Jamai Shashti, is an important day for Bengali people. It is celebrated on the sixth day in Shukla Paksha of Jyeshta month. In 2020, Jamai Sasthi date is May 28. Literally, Jamai means son in law. On the occasion of Jamai Sashti, son in law is invited to the residence […]

Story of Jamai Shasthi (Legend)

What is the story of Jamai Shasthi? The story behind Jamai Shasthi celebrations is associated with Goddess Shasthi Mata.. Here is the full story of Jamai Shasthi.. The popular story behind Jamai Shasthi says that once upon a time a family lived in a small town. The youngest daughter-in-law of that family was a greedy […]

Significance of Jamai Shasthi

Jamai Shasthi is a Bengali festival and is the day of the son-in-law. All family members and relatives gather around him and a jovial atmosphere is created in the house. The air of festivity creates a tenderness in all the relationships. Celebrations Jamai Sasthi is one of the most awaited festival among Bengalis. Lavish arrangements […]

Jamai Sasthi Puja Muhurat 2020

Jamai Sasthi Puja Muhurat 2020, Jamai Sasthi timings on 28 May 2020. Jamai Sasthi Celebrations Jamai Sasthi is one of the most awaited festival among Bengalis. Lavish arrangements are made and the occasion is celebrated with great pomp. A feast is prepared in the in-laws house. Read more on Jamai Sasthi celebrations… Sasthi Mata Vrat […]

Origin of Jamai Sashti

What is the origin of Jamai Sashti? Jamai Sashti is a Bengali festival which is dedicated to son-in-law. Son-in-law is welcomed to Mother-in-law’s house and presented with good food and new clothes. Jamai Shasthi is an ancient custom practiced since ages by the Bengalis. According to a legend, Goddess Shasthi had once returned the lost […]

Shashthi Mata (Goddess Shashti)

Shashti Mata Goddess Sasthi

Shashthi Mata or Goddess Shashti is a Hindu folk goddess, venerated as the benefactor and protector of children (especially, as the giver of male child). She is also the deity of vegetation and reproduction and is believed to bestow children and assist during childbirth. She is often pictured as a motherly figure, riding a cat […]

Jamai Sashthi, 24 May 2015

24 May 2015 is Jamai Sashthi in Bengal. Jamai Sashthi is a festival dedicated to son-in-laws. Son-in-laws are welcomed to their mother-in-law’s house and offered special recipes, new clothes and other home appliances. Jamai Sasthi is one of the most awaited festival among Bengalis. Lavish arrangements are made and the occasion is celebrated with great pomp. A […]

Jamai Sashthi, 4 June 2014

Today, 4 June 2014 is Jamai Sashthi in Bengal. It is a festival dedicated to son-in-laws. Son-in-laws are welcomed to their mother-in-law’s house and offered special recipes, new clothes and other home appliances. Jamai Sasthi is one of the most awaited festival among Bengalis. Lavish arrangements are made and the occasion is celebrated with great pomp. […]

Sashti devi stotram

Sashti devi stotram is a prayer dedicated to Goddess Shashti, who is also known as the protector of children. Shashthi Mata or Goddess Shashti is a Hindu folk goddess, venerated as the benefactor and protector of children (especially, as the giver of male child). In Bengal, Shashti Mata is worshipped on Jamai Shashti, the sixth day […]

Jamatra Shashti (Jamata Sashti)

Jamatra Shashti (Jamata Sashti) is an auspicious day which falls in Jyeshta Month in Hindu calendar. In 2014, Jamatra Shashti date is June 4. Jamatra Shashti, also spelt as Jamata Sashti, is an important day for Bengali people. It is celebrated on the sixth day in Shukla Paksha of Jyeshta month. Literally, Jamatra (Jamata) means son […]