Margashirsha Som Pradosh Vrat 2022: According to Hindu calendar, Pradosh Vrat is observed on Trayodashi Tithi which falls in Shukla Paksha and Krishna Paksha of every month. The last Pradosh fast of Marshish or Agahan month will be observed on Monday, 05 December 2022. Being a Monday, it will be known as Som Pradosh Vrat. Apart from this, it is also called Som Pradosham or Chandra Pradosham.
Special worship is done to Lord Shiva in Pradosh Vrat and fast is observed. Know about the worship method, auspicious time and importance of Som Pradosh Vrat.
Som Pradosh fast auspicious time
- According to the Panchang, the first Pradosh Vrat of the month of December and the last of the month of Margashirsha is on 05 December 2022. Talking about the auspicious time of Som Pradosh Vrat…
- Trayodashi date of Margarish Shukla Paksha begins – 05 December 2022, Monday morning at 05:57
- Marshish Shukla Paksha Trayodashi date ends – Tuesday 06 December 2022, till 06:47 am
- Som Pradosh Vrat Puja Muhurta- According to Udayatithi, Som Pradosh Vrat will be observed on Monday 05th December and auspicious time for Puja will be from 05:33 – 08:15 in the evening.
Som Pradosh Vrat Puja Method
On the day of Pradosh Vrat, get up early in the morning and take bath and wear clean clothes. After this, clean the worship temple of the house. After worshiping in the morning during Pradosh Vrat, Lord Shiva is also worshiped in the evening. In worship, first of all anoint Shivji with honey by filling pure water in a pot. Chant the mantra “Om Sarvasiddhi Pradaye Namah” or “Om Namah Shivay” while doing Abhishek. Offer Belpatra, Akshat, Gangajal, incense, flowers and fruits to Lord Shiva in worship. Now read or listen to the fasting story of Som Pradosh Vrat. It is also very auspicious to recite Shiv Chalisa on this day. After worship, perform aarti of Lord Shiva and complete the worship with folded hands.
Significance of Som Pradosh Vrat
Pradosh Vrat has been described as one of the special Vrats in the scriptures. On this day, fasting with devotion and worshiping gives the blessings of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. It is believed that by observing Pradosh Vrat, a person attains salvation after death and remains free from many troubles and sufferings during his lifetime.
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