Bhai Dooj 2021 Shubh Muhurat: Have you forgotten the auspicious time of Bhai Dooj? Know everything here
If you have no information about when Bhai Dooj, the festival of brother and sister, will be celebrated this year, then here we are to tell you when it will be celebrated. Bhai Dooj will be celebrated on 6th November i.e. Saturday. The holy festival of Bhai Dooj is also known as Yama Dwitiya. On the day of Bhai Dooj, every brother goes to his sister’s house during the given Muhurat for the day sister welcomes her brother by applying tilak on his forehead. On this day, the sister cooks and feeds food to her brothers with her own hands. It is said, due to this, her brother’s life is prolonged.
Bhai Dooj 2021 kab hai: Bhai Dooj is celebrated on the second day of Diwali i.e. the next day after Govardhan Puja. This festival is also a festival of brother and sister love like Rakhi. There is a tradition of celebrating Bhai Dooj two days after Diwali. The importance of this festival of brother and sister’s affection is also considered no less than Rakshabandhan. On the day of Bhai Dooj, where a sister prays for the long life of the brother, the brother blesses his sister with happiness and prosperity. Know which day is Bhai Dooj this year and what is the auspicious time.
Bhai Dooj auspicious time
This year the festival of Bhai Dooj will be celebrated on Saturday, November 6. On this day, the auspicious time for applying tilak to brothers will be from 1.10 pm to 3.21 pm. This time the second date will start from 11.14 pm on November 5, which will remain till 7.44 pm on November 6.
The story behind celebrating Bhai Dooj
According to mythology, Yama and Yamuna are the children of Lord Surya and his wife Sandhya. After the marriage of sister Yamuna, Yamraj went to his sister’s house on the day of Bhai Dooj. On this occasion, Yamuna honored him and fed Yamraj with a tilak on his forehead. Pleased with this behavior of his sister, Yamraj asked sister Yamuna to ask for a boon.
On this, Yamuna Ji said, give me this boon that on this day, any brother who goes to his sister’s house and gets tilak applied and eats food from his sister’s hand will not be afraid of premature death. Yamraj accepted this and blessed his sister. It is believed since then tradition of celebrating Bhai Dooj started.
According to another legend related to this festival, on the day of Bhai Dooj, Lord Krishna killed the demon Narakasura and returned to Dwarka. Then Lord Krishna’s sister Subhadra had welcomed him and wished him long life by applying tilak on his forehead.
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