Happy Diwali Festival 2017 Special Greetings & Wishes

Diwali is an auspicious festival which is celebrated throughout India. In North India it's a week long celebration and in South India it's a three day long celebration. People celebrate the Festival of Lights by bursting firecrackers, gorging on sweets and exchanging gifts with family and friends. Make your loved ones' festival more special by sharing with them some fabulous Diwali 2017 special Greetings & Wishes.All of Wishes Happy Diwali and Happy New Year....

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Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Date 2017 to 2022 | History of Ahoi Ashtami Vrat | Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Katha | Method of Ahoi Ashtami Fast | Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Aarti | Pictures

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Date 2017 to 2022 

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2017 : 12thOctober 2017 (Thursday)
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2018 : 31st October 2018(Wednesday)
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2019 : 21st October 2019 (Monday)
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2020 : 8th November 2020 (Sunday)
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2021 :  28th October 2021 (Thursday)
Ahoi Ashtami Vrat date of Year 2022 : 17th October 2022 (Monday)

History of Ahoi Ashtami Vrat

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat is observed by mothers for the well-being of their sons. The Ahoi Ashtami is usually celebrated in the months of October-November or the Karthik month (specifically the 8th day after full moon) in the Hindu calendar. The Ahoi Ashtami fast and prayer are almost similar to that of Karwa Chauth. People from different parts of North India celebrate the fast with a few variations.



The story of Ahoi Ashtami relates to a woman who lived in a village with her seven sons. During the process of renovating and painting her house, she went to the forest to bring soil. This was during the month of Karthik just before the Diwali festival. While digging the soil, the axe accidentally falls and hurts a cub in a nearby den. Subsequently, the cub dies and the woman feels sorry and responsible for what happened to the cub. However, she takes the soil from the forest and returns home.

Over the next year, her seven sons die and she feels it is fallout of what happened with the cub in the forest. Unable to bear her guilt, she confesses her sin to some of her neighbors in the village. The neighbors tell her that by confessing her sin she has almost negated the effect of her sin. As atonement for her sin, they also suggest that she offer prayers to the goddess Ashtami Bhagawati by sketching the face of the cub.

So, the woman fasts on the Karthik Krishna Ashtami by praying and observing a fast regularly. She eventually gets back all her seven sons by the power of her prayer and ever since it becomes a ritual to worship the goddess Ahoi Ashtami Bhagawati every year. This story became popular and even today mothers fast and prays to Ahoi Mata for the well-being and bright future of their sons.

Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Katha 

Once upon a time, there lived a kind and devoted woman in a village situated near to a dense forest. She had seven sons. One day in the month of Kartik, just few days before Diwali festivities, the woman decided to repair and decorate her house for Diwali celebrations. To renovate her house, she decided to go to the forest to fetch some soil. While digging the soil in the forest, she accidentally killed a lion cub with the spade with which she was digging the soil. She felt sad, guilty and responsible for what happened to the innocent cub.

Within a year of this incident, all the seven sons of the woman disappeared and they were considered dead by the villagers. The villagers assumed that her sons might have been killed by some wild animals of the forest. The woman was very depressed and correlated all the misfortune with the accidental death of the cub by her. One day, she narrated her woes to one the old ladies of the village. She discussed the incident how she committed the sin of killing the cub mistakenly. The old lady advised the woman that as atonement for her sin, she should offer her prayers to the Goddess Ahoi Bhagawati, an incarnation of Goddess Parvati by sketching the face of the cub. She was suggested to observe fast and perform puja for the Goddess Ahoi as She believed to be the protector of offspring of all living beings.

The woman decided to worship Goddess Ahoi on Ashtami. When the day of Ashtami came, the woman drew the face of the cub and observed fast and performed Ahoi Mata Puja. She honestly repented for the sin which she had committed. The Goddess Ahoi was pleased with her devotion and honesty and appeared before her and gave her the boon of long lives of her sons. Soon all her seven sons returned home alive. From that day onwards, it became a ritual to worship Goddess Ahoi Bhagawati every year on the day of Kartik Krishna Ashtami. The mothers pray and fast for the well being of their children on this day.

Method of Ahoi Ashtami Fast 

This fast is observed to keep up the good luck of the child. Hence, only mothers have this fast. As per a belief, this day is considered as the beginning of Diwali. The mothers’ observing this fast, wake up early in the morning a keep water in a utensil made of mud(Kora Karawa). They worship Goddess Ahoi. They fast for the whole day and don’t eat anything. In the evening Goddess Ahoi is offered fruits and worshiped again.

And, Ahoi is worshiped in the evening when stars come out in the sky. Stars are offered the pure water stored in Karawa. And, Ahoi is made on wall with wheatish color. Which is worshiped in the evening. Some thing sweet is prepared and offered to the Goddess, then water is drunk from the hands of child, ending the fast. A detailed method of this Vrat is as follows.


Ahoi Ashtami Vrat Aarti

Jai Ahoi Mata Jai Ahoi Mata.
Tumko Nisdin Dhyavat Hari Vishnu Dhata.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Brahamni Rudrani Kamla tu he hai Jag Datta.
Surya Chandrama Dhyavat Narad Rishi Gatta.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Mata Roop Niranjan Sukh Sampatti Datta.
Jo koi Tumko Dhyavat Nit Mangal Patta.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Tu he hai Pataal Basanti tu he hai Sukh Datta.
Karma Prabhav Prakashak Jagniddhi se Trata.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Jis Ghar Tharo Vaas wahi mein Gunna atta.
Kar na sake soi kar le Mann nahi Ghabrata.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Tum bin Sukh na hovay Putra na koi Patta.
Khaan-Paan ka vaibhav tum bin nahi atta.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Subh gun Sundar Yukta Sheer Niddhi Jatta.
Ratan Chaturdarsh tokun koi nahi Patta.
Jai Ahoi Mata.
Shree Ahoi Ma ki Aarti jo koi gatta.
Ur Umang Atti Upjay Paap Uttar Jatta.
Jai Ahoi Mata..

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Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2017 to 2022 

Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2017 : 12thOctober 2017 (Thursday)
Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2018 : 31st October 2018(Wednesday)
Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2019 : 21st October 2019 (Monday)
Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2020 : 8th November 2020 (Sunday)
Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2021 :  28th October 2021 (Thursday)
Ahoi Ashtami date of Year 2022 : 17th October 2022 (Monday)

About Ahoi Ashtami

Ahoi Ashtami is a festival celebrated on the 8th day of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This festival is celebrated mostly in North India and falls approximately 4 days after Karwa Chauth and 8 days before Deepawali. This year this festival will be celebrated on 12th of October, 2017.

This festival is celebrated in the form of a fast kept by mothers for the well being of their children. This festival is also presumed to mark the beginning of Deepawali, the festival of lights. Mothers who are blessed with sons get up in the morning, like in Karwa Chauth Vrat, and put water in an earthen pot and worship Goddess Ahoi. Mothers don't eat or drink anything the whole day and in the evening, they offer Puja and Bhog to Mother Ahoi (food comprising Poori, Halwa, Chana etc) and break the fast after seeing the stars.

The difference between the fast of Ahoi Ashtami and Karwa Chauth is that Karwa Chauth Vrat is ended after seeing the Moon whereas the Ahoi Ashtami Vrat is ended after seeing the Stars. Before the Bhog of Mother Ahoi, a story of a mother having 7 sons is also narrated. 

Ahoi Ashtami  Significance

Ahoi Ashtami fast is undertaken by mothers of boys for the long life and happiness of their sons. They worship Goddess Ahoi on this day with full devotion and fervour. On this day women observe a fast for their sons. The time for sighting the stars and moonrise can be seen in the Ahoi Ashtami Puja timings in the Hindu panchang.

It is believed that women who face miscarriage or have problems in conceiving should perform the Ahoi Ashtami puja and vrat to get blessed with a baby boy. For this reason, it is also known as ‘Krishnashtami’. This day is therefore significant for childless couples. On this occasion, couples take a holy dip in the ‘Radha Kunda’ at Mathura. Devotees from all over the country come and throng the place during this time.

Ahoi Ashtami  Whats app Status | Facebook Sms

Goddess gives you all the happiness,
good wealth, success,
and power to you to face
any problem without any fear.
Happy Ahoi Ashtami 

May Goddess Ahoi  Gift You All The
Gifts Of Life, Gifts Of Joy,
Gifts Of Happiness, Gifts Of Friendship,
Gifts Of Love And All Other
Gifts You Want To Have In Your Life...

May This Ahoi Ashtami be as bright as ever.
May this Ahoi Ashtami bring joy,
health and wealth to you.
May the festival of lights brighten up you
and your near and dear ones lives.
Happy Ahoi Ashtami... 

As The Holy Occasion Of Ahoi Ashtami Is Here
And The Atmosphere Is Filled
With The Spirit Of Mirth And Love,
Here’s Hoping This Festival...
Happy Ahoi Ashtami...

Wish you a Very
Happy Ahoi Ashtami
Hope this Year Ahoi Mata
Brings all the Happiness in your Life.

Maa Ka Derbar Saza Do,
Prem Se Sansar Saza Do,
Jyot Jalegi Jab Maa K Naam Ki,
Apne Gande Vichar Jala Do...
Happy Ahoi Ashtami...

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Diwali festival is major Hindu festivalall over world.Diwali festival is five days festival.All people  grand celebrate this festival.During this festival people observe Puja at their home.Mostly Diwali festival start Dhanteras and end on Bhai dooj.but some people its starts on Vagh Baras and ends on Labh Pancham.Diwali festival is celebrated very happily by decorating homes with lots of lights, diyas, candles, fireworks, reading arti, distributing gifts, sweets, greeting card, sending sms messages, making rangolis, playing games, eating delicious foods, hugging each other and many other activities.Here is Information about Vagh Baras 2017 ,Dhanteras 2017,Kali Chaudas 2017 ,Diwali 2017 ,New Year Day 2017 ,Bhai Dooj 2017 ,Labh Pancham 2017 Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta.(All timing as per IST)


Vagh Baras 2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤Vagh Baras Date of Year 2017 : 16th October 2017( Monday)

Dhanteras 2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤Dhanteras Date of Year 2017 : 17th October 2017( Tuesday)

➤Laxmi Puja Shubh Muhurta

09:40 AM to 02:10 PM
02:10 PM to 03:40 PM
06:10 PM to 10:40 PM 

Kali Chaudas(Narak Chaturdashi) 2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤Kali Chaudas(Narak Chaturdashi) Date of Year 2017 : 18th October 2017( Wednesday)

Diwali (Sharda Pujan, Amavashya)2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤Diwali Day Sharda Pujan, Sharashwati Puja,Amavashya Date of Year 2017 : 19th October 2017( Thursday)

➤Diwali Day Sharda Pujan, Sharashwati Puja, Chopda Pujan Shubh Muhurta

06:00 AM to 07: 30 PM
10:30 AM to 03:00 PM
04:30 PM to 09:00 PM

New Year Day, Bestu Varsh 2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤New Year Day, Bestu Varsh 2017  Date : 20th October 2017(Friday)

➤New Year Day, Bestu Varsh Opening Shops and Puja Shubh Muhurt

06:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Bhai Dooj  2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta

➤Bhai Dooj 2017  Date : 21th October 2017(Saturday)

Labh Pancham  2017  Date,timing & Puja Shubh Muhurta


➤Labh Pancham 2017  Date : 25th October 2017(Wednesday)

➤Labh Pancham Shubh Muhurt

06:00 AM to 09 :00 PM
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

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Karwa Chauth Date & Puja timing of 2017 to 2022

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2017 : 8th October 2017 (Sunday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat  :  18:14 to 19:28
Duration  : 1 Hour 14 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day  :  20:38
Chaturthi Tithi Begins  :  16:58 on 8th October 2017
Chaturthi Tithi Ends  :  14:16 on 9th October 2017

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2018 : 27th October 2018 (Saturday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat  - 17:59 to 19:15
Duration - 1 Hour 16 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day - 20:26
Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 18:37 on 27th October 2018
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 16:54 on 28th October 2018
 

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2019 :17th October 2019 (Thursday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat - 18:07 to 19:22
Duration - 1 Hour 15 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day - 20:47
Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 06:48 on 17th October 2019
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 07:28 on 18th October 2019

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2020 :4th November 2020 (Wednesday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat - 17:54 to 19:11
Duration - 1 Hour 17 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day - 20:47
Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 03:24 on 4th November 2020
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 05:14 on 5th November 2020

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2021: 24th October 2021 (Sunday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat - 18:01 to 19:17
Duration - 1 Hour 16 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day - 20:41
Chaturthi Tithi Begins -  03:01 on 24th October 2021
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 05:42 on 25th October 2021

Karwa Chauth Date of Year 2022: 13th October 2022 (Thursday)
Karwa Chauth Puja Muhurat - 18:10 to 19:24
Duration - 1 Hour 14 Mins
Moonrise On Karwa Chauth Day - 20:43
Chaturthi Tithi Begins - 01:58 on 13th October 2022
Chaturthi Tithi Ends - 03:07 on 14th October 2022

About Karwa Chauth

Karva Chauth' is the festival observed by the married women of our country. It is celebrated for ensuring wedded bliss and wishing long life for their husbands and children. A married woman who observes this vrat or fast is called' Saubhagyavati' (joyous and happy state of wifehood). It is one of the most famous fasts among the Indian married women. The fast of Karva Chauth is of particular importance to Hindu women as they believe it ensures the well-being, prosperity and longevity of their husbands. The origin of this festival was based on a very noble idea. Though this idea has lost its true sense as today the whole outlook of this festival has changed. 

This Hindu festival has a cultural and social significance. It is mostly celebrated in the northern part of India with great enthusiasm. On this day woman apply mehendi (henna) on their hands and worships the moon. The festival of Karva Chauth has an extraordinary observance rate among married Hindu women in the northern part of India in places like Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. On this day married women keep a fast for the well-being and long life of their husbands. The celebration of Karva Chauth varies from region to region depending on the culture and traditions of that state.

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May the moon light flood your life with happiness and joy,
peace and harmony. 
Happy Karva Chauth..!

Dhanya woh devi jo pati sukh hetu vrat paave
Dhanya woh pati jo devi roop patni paave
Dhanya woh swaroop jo Manushyata ka deep jalawe..
Karvachauth ki Shubhkamnaye

Dear husband, wishing for a long and happy life for you.
A life that we both will cherish together for years to come.
Happy Karwa chauth

May God bless you with
all those happiness & pleasures
you have asked for me sweetheart!
Wish you a happy Karva Chauth
& a prosperous married life with me!

The moon is shining brightly..
The festive mood is all around.. 
But you are so far away.. 
Sweetheart, I miss you so much, 
On this Karwa Chauth.

Muhabbat aik aisi bhi,
Khuda ki banai moti si,
Bhook pyaas se aur chamke..
Aise fitrat karva chauth ki jyoti si…

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Today Durga Ashtami- Durga puja-Durga Puja Havan-Durga Puja Havan Video-Durga Puja Havan Images

Today Sharad Navratri's 8th day known as Durga Ashtami, Maha Ashtami, Aatham.Today hindu people doing Durga Puja and Havan on their street and in Durga temples.Maha Ashtami or Durga Ashtami is the most auspicious day of the Durga Puja festival held across India. The festivities take on a totally different scale in Kolkata, where the Bengali community comes together to not just celebrate the weapons of Goddess Durga but also to decorate the pandals based on several creative themes, year after year. This seems to have spilled over to the rest of India as well.Here is Information about Today Durga Ashtami ,Durga puja, Durha Puja Havan , Durga Puja Havan Video, and Durga Puja Havan Images.

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Hai Thanganto Morlo
Ke Eni Pardeshi Chhe Dhel
Khamma Re Vaalmji Mara
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Gori Radha Ne Kaado Kaan
Garbe Ghume Bhuli Bhaan (x2)

Radha Nu Rup Chhe
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Jagni Reetnu Su Kaam
Radha Nu Rup Chhe To
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Aankho Maandi Ne Juve Gaam

Gori Radha Ne Kaado Kaan
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Pachhamna Radha Rani Purvno Kanudo
Kevi Aa Hansla Ni Jod Re
Navrangi Raato Ma Rume-Jhume Beldi Ne
Kamangara Ena Kod Re (x2)

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Radha Nu Tandu Naache
Mandu Naache Kanha Ni Murli
Bhulave Jo Ne Sahuna Bhaan

Gori Radha Ne Kalo Kaan
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Radha Nu Rup Chhe
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Jagni Reet Nu Su Kaam
Radha Nu Rup Chhe To
Kanuda Ni Preet Chhe
Aankho Maandi Ne Juve Gaam

Hai Range Change Juvan Haiyaa
Rang Jamave Mangamta
Hai Fer Farta Ghumta
Jobnvanta Thanganta
Hai Chham Chham Karta Tarliya Aa
Navli Raate Chamkta
Hai Khel Karta Sahel Karta

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