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Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD Images, Greetings & Quotes: Celebrate Shegaon’s Shri Prakat Din Utsav With Messages, Telegram Photos, GIFs and Wishes

Today on March 5, Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 is celebrated. While Shri Gajanan Maharaj’s fame is said to be all over the world but legends have it that in Shegaon, a few kilometres from the town of Akola in the state of Maharashtra, falling under the district Buldhana is where Shri Gajanan Maharaj was seen for the first time. No one is aware of his birth and place of birth. He was a young man when he was first seen and was eating food from false leaves. The time when Shri Gajanan Maharaj was first seen, according to the English calendar, that day was 23 February 1878 and according to Hindu Amant Panchang, that date was the seventh date of the Krishna Paksha of the month of Magha.

According to the date, this day is celebrated as Gajanan Maharaj. On this day the palanquin is taken out of the temples of Shri Gajanan Maharaj and his step paduka is worshipped. A grand festival is organized on this day in Shegaon, this day a palanquin of “Shri” is taken out and people from all over the country gather for darshan in the temple and Shri Gajanan Vijay Granth, written by Das Ganu, which describes the various pastimes of Gajanan Maharaj. They also parody it. On this day, you can share Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD images, greetings, quotes, Shri Prakat Din Utsav pics with messages, Telegram photos, GIFs and wishes:

Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD Images, Greetings & Quotes (Photo Credits: File Image)

Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD Images, Greetings & Quotes (Photo Credits: File Image)

Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD Images, Greetings & Quotes (Photo Credits: File Image)

Gajanan Maharaj Prakat Din 2021 HD Images, Greetings & Quotes (Photo Credits: File Image)

 

Shri Gajanan Vijay Granth is a Siddha Granth in itself, whose glory fulfils all the desires of a human being. The Parayana of this scripture should begin a week or three days before the Gajanan Maharaj and the parade should be completed on a manifest day. If for some reason it is not possible to parade this entire scripture, then the 21st chapter given in it must be read, because this single chapter contains the virtue of parrying the entire scripture. By the way, this scripture can be started from Dashami Tithi on Dwadashi Tithi i.e. 3 days. It is also believed that on the day of Gurupushyamrit (on which the Moon is situated in the Pushya Nakshatra), the complete recitation of this scripture or the recitation of only the 21st chapter attains complete virtue.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Mar 05, 2021 09:10 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).

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