Chatha Puja


Chatha puja (चःथा पुजा )

The Newar community celebrates the day as Chatha Parva(चःथा पुजा ).

One day all the gods have assembled under this tree Lord Ganesh, who has a big stomach reached late cause of his own small ride Rat climbs slowly and slowly.

So on the time Moon God laughs and laughs On Lord Ganesh. Lord Ganesh is angry and angry when he sees that he has ridiculed Lord Ganesh with such false pride that the moon is not his own. Lord Ganesh has cursed the moon so that everyone who sees you in the night should become a thief, so that the light from your source of light does not fall on you. All the gods fearing the curse disappeared after seeing the moon and becoming a thief.

Later, with the collective pleas of the gods and the cry of the moon, Lord Ganesh withdrew the curse, but Lord Ganesh could not withdraw his curse; Myth: There will be accusations and the world has always had this false pride of the moon That will free him curse.

That is why there has been a belief that no one should see the moon on the day of Ganesh Chaturthi.

There is a practice of worshiping the moon in the evening and worshiping in the evening. On this day, worship of the moon is found throughout the year to be free of false accusations.

During the worship, at the time of sunset, Green leaves are found with Ginger, Pear Beans, Soya Beans, Cucumber, Roasted Corn, Groundnut, Wheat, Chick Peas, Peas, almonds, etc.

Hindu devotees are paying homage to Lord Ganesh on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi today across the country.

The festival is celebrated every year on the fourth day of the bright fortnight in the month of Bhadra (Bhadra Shukla Chaturthi) according to the lunar calendar.

Ganesh, the son of Shiva and Parvati, who is also known as Ganapati and Binayak, is revered as the remover of obstacles and the patron of arts and sciences. He is also the god of intellect and wisdom, according to Ganesh Purana. He is worshipped at the beginning of any religious ritual or undertaking.

Hindus worship Ganesh praying and wishing for peaceful and happy life.

Devotees particularly throng the temples of Ashok Binayak and Chandra Binayak in Kathmandu, Surya Binayak and Kamal Binayak in Bhaktapur.

The Newar community celebrates the day as Chatha Parva(चःथा पुजा ).