Digital Desk, New Delhi. The date of completion has been fixed on the Ashtami Tithi of Shukla month of Sal Maas. On February 8, Memei is going again and again on Bhishma Ashtami. It was declared the inheritance to be declared in case it was declared. The date of completion of every month on Ashtami Tithi of Shukla month has been fixed.
It is believed that by fasting and performing rituals on this day, the rituals are recognized. Let’s know the importance of Bhishma Ashtami, the mythology related to it and the auspicious time…
Bhishma Ashtami 2022 Puja Muhurta
Beginning of Ashtami Tithi – February 08, Tuesday morning at 06.15 am
– February 09, Thursday from 08:30 am to 08:30 am
Puja Muhurta- 11.29 am to 01.42 pm
Rarukal Ka – 08th February, daytime from 3 am to 4.30 pm
Significance of Bhishma Ashtami
According to mythology, due to his steadfast devotion and loyalty to his father, Bhishma Pitamah was granted the power of authority at the time of his death. When he was injured during the great war of Mahabharata, he did not leave his body and waited for the auspicious day of Magh Shukla Ashtami to meet the Supreme Soul. In Hinduism, the time when the Sun moves in the south direction is considered inauspicious and all Muhurta functions are postponed until the sun moves back to the north. During the Ashtami of the month of Magha, this northern movement is known as the ‘Uttarayan’ period.
Also suitable for the entire Ashtami. It is also fatal to get rid of ‘Nistan Dosha’. A healthy child is obtained after disinfection and the newly married child is healthy. After somatic reproduction, after reproduction, the activation of reproduction occurs.
Bhishma Ashtami is an important festival celebrated by the Hindus. According to the legend related to the Mahabharata period, Bhishma was the youngest son of King Shantanu and Goddess Ganga. Bhishma’s birth name was Devvrat. As he grew up, he took Ganga to the demon guru Shukracharya for all his needs. Eventually, he learned the incomparable art of fighting, which led him to sometimes show the charm of a no-contender, as long as he was fighting on the battlefield. As time passed, King Shantanu married Satyavati, enchanted by the beauty.
According to Hindu legend, Ganga agreed to marry Shantanu only on the condition that she would never question Shantanu for whatever it was for her. After this promise, Ganga became the mother of seven children of Shantanu, Ganga threw all the seven children into the Ganges immediately after birth. Seeing all this, King Shantanu got upset. Shantanu, who is suffering from Santosh’s premature death, asks Ganga why he is drowning her in such a ruthless manner. Here Shantanu breaks his promise to Ganga. Opposing this, Ganga was handed over to Shantanu, her eighth son Bhishma. This Bhishma Lak came to be known as Bhishma Pitamah. The date of Bhishma’s death is known as Bhishma Ashtami.