On the eve of Chaitra Sangeet do blue puja, the child will have longevity


BanglaHunt Desk: Nil puja or Nilshasthi is a folk festival of the Hindu community of Bengal before the start of the New Year. It is said that this day is known as Shiva-Durga marriage or Shiva marriage. On this day, Hindu women celebrated this Nilasti vow by fasting all day longing for the well-being of their children and wishing them a healthy life. This vow is celebrated every year on the eve of the Charakashtikari festival, a day before the New Year.

It is said that in ancient times there was a left and a left. They performed all their vows in the devotion of their children. But even one of their children did not survive after being born. One day, they were bathing in Kashi, sitting on the pier and crying in grief. When they saw them, the mother of the sixth old woman came up to them on the left side of the dorm and asked for their grief. Then dwarf and bamuni told of her grief to the sixth mother of the elderly dwarf. The old dwarf asked them, “Have you made the blue sixth?” Without realizing her words, Bamani said, “Is she a mother again? We don't know. “

Then Mother VI said to them, “All Chaitras will worship Shiva by practicing monastic religion. And then on the day before sunrise, all day will worship the Nilabati from dusk to fast in the evening. Then, Nilkantha worshiped Maa Shashti in devotion by lighting a lamp in Shiva's house, but would eat water. That day is called the sixth day. On that day those who observe the Nilasthi vow, their son's daughter lives. ” After hearing this, they returned home and started practicing the blue sixth. From then on, all their children were healthy and alive. Since then, all the women of the world, ie women, have kept this vow in hopes of having a healthy life for their children.

Every year before this Nil Puja, the Nile saints and Shiva-Durga sangara worship at the Nile, turn around from house to house and collect begging by playing Bhagwan songs. This blue song is called the octave song. After fasting all day, the Hindu women of Shiva worshiped Shiva in the evening for the welfare of their child. He broke his fast by worshiping Shiva in devotion, keeping fast throughout the day.

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