Bhai Dooj 2020 – Date, Puja time, Auspicious time, Puja Rituals & Importance
Bhai Dooj is like a Raksha Bandhan,
and it is celebrate every year to mark the bond share between brother and sister.
On this day, brothers & sisters unite for a sacred ritual and celebrate the day.
This festival also marks the end of Diwali festivities.
The second date of the Shukla Paksha of Kartik month is celebrate.
Bhai Dooj will celebrate on 16th-November.
Tithi of the festival
The Dwitiya Tithi will start on 16th November at 7.06 am & ends on 17th November at 3.56 am.
Bhai-Dooj Time of worship – shubh muhurat
Bhai-Dooj rituals should perform between 1.10 pm — 3.18 pm
Festival Puja Vidhi
Wake-up earlier; done a shower & wear new clothes.
Arrange for Puja.
Rituals should perform during the above mention auspicious time.
Use a red cloth to cover one of the posts and keep idols of Shri Ganesh, Lord Vishnu & his consort Lakshmi.
Light an oil lamp on the south side. Light incense sticks too.
Start worship by invoking Lord Ganesha
And do prayers to Lord Vishnu & Goddess Lakshmi.
Offer flowers, paan, betel nut, coco-nut, dakshina and naivedya or bhog.
After praying to the Gods and Goddesses, ask your brother to sit at the second checkpoint on the northwest side.
Ask your brother to cover his head
Then do a Tikka on your brother’s forehead
Provide the whole coconut but without its shell to your brother and ask him to take it in his right-side hand.
Then tie Kalava around her wrist.
Perform Aarti, put Akshat on the head of your brother and end the ritual by eat him sweet.