Month of Kartik: There will be 14 festivals in this one month, Gopis start fasting

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Newz Fast, New Delhi: According to the scriptures, it is believed that keeping a fast in this month brings special blessings of Lord Krishna. Along with this, Tulsi worship also brings happiness and health in the family.

This month is also known as Damodar month, various fasts, worship will have to be done to please Shri Krishna.

According to Jyotishacharya Pt. Janardan Shukla, Kartik month is also known as Damodar month. The month of Kartik will last till the full moon date on November 8. Shri Krishna dear In this month, the importance of worshiping God with Tulsi Dal or leaf and the importance of Sahastrachan has been told. This pleases the Lord very soon.

Teej, festival throughout the month

According to Pt. Janardan Shukla, the month of Kartik is also called the month of festivals. Most of the year's Teej, festivals and fasts come in this month. Which will start with Karva Chauth on 13th October.

After this, Radhashtami on 18, Govatsa Dwadashi on 21, Dhanteras on 22, Roop Chaudas or Narak Chaudas on 24, Deepawali on 24, Solar Eclipse with Amavashya on 25, Annakoot on 26, Yamdvitiya, Bhaiduj on November 1, Gopashtami on November 1, 2 Amla Kartik month will end with Navami, Akshaya Navami, Devuthani Ekadashi on 4th, Baikuntha Chaturdarshi on 7th, Kartik Purnima on 8th of bathing.

Importance of listening to stories

The special significance of Satyanarayan Vrat Katha, Bhagwat Katha, Kartik month Katha and Devdarshan has been told in the month of Kartik. It is believed that in this month Lord Krishna comes to visit the earth from Golok Dham.

One who is pleased with devotion and blesses the devotees. This is the reason that many women become gopis and worship them for the whole month. After taking bath in Brahmamuhurta, they start worshiping as soon as sunrise. Mass worship of gopis can be seen at many places in the city. They have started celebrating their adorable with Shri Krishna hymns in collective worship.

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