Celebrate Mesh Sankranti 2023 In 3 Pious Yogas; Note Shubh Muhurat & Remedies!

Mesh Sankranti 2023: In Sanatan Dharma, the Sun which sheds light on the earth, has a significant place. It is one of those deities whose sight is seen by man, and the Sun is the source of all life on earth. The Sun is worshiped in Hinduism, and the Sun is regarded as the king of the nine planets in astrology. Whenever the Sun God shifts his zodiac sign, this transit is called Sankranti and it is regarded as a very auspicious event.  

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It takes one year to complete the zodiac cycle because the Sun transits through each of the 12 signs of the zodiac alternately. Now that Sun has completed his zodiac cycle, it will soon transit from Pisces into Aries. You may get extensive information on Mesh Sankranti 2023, including the Tithi, Muhurta, and auspicious Yogas created on this day, in this special blog post by AstroSage. In addition to this, we will also discuss the remedies you must do in order to get favourable outcomes on Mesh Sankranti. Now let’s move ahead and begin reading this exclusive blog. 

Mesh Sankranti 2023: Date And Time

As we already mentioned, the Sun changes signs twelve times a year. There are 12 Sankrantis in a year, but Mesh Sankranti is believed to be the most fortunate. Let us inform you that this year’s Mesh Sankranti will be observed on April 14th, when the Sun will transit into the sign of Aries at 2:42 PM. It is considered lucky to perform any kind of activity whenever the Sun transits from one zodiac sign to the next. 

Mesh Sankranti Muhurat:

Punyakaal Beginning: from 10:55 am till 06:46 pm.

Mahapunyakaal Beginning: from 01:04 pm till 05:20 pm.   

Now let’s take a look at the auspicious Yogas forming on this day. 

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3 Most Auspicious Yogas Forming On Mesh Sankranti   

In Hinduism, every auspicious Yoga that is formed on an occasion or festivals amplifies that celebration’s significance greatly. The festival of Mesh Sankranti 2023 will also be celebrated in three fortunate Yogas in such a situation. In the morning of this day, Siddha Yoga will last till 9:37 am followed by the formation of Sadhya Yoga. However, Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga, known as the most auspicious Yoga, will also form on Mesh Sankranti and will begin at 9:14 a.m.

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Religious And Astrological Significance Of Mesh Sankranti

Mesh Sankranti has both astrological and religious significance. Mesh Sankranti is the name for the day when the Sun God transit into Aries, the first sign of the zodiac. The Solar year begins on this day, which is also the first Sankranti of the Hindu New Year. According to astrology, the Sun God is in Aries on this day, which has both favourable and unfavourable effects on people born under all signs of the zodiac. 

On the other hand, if we talk about its religious significance, Mesh Sankranti 2023 has its own unique significance in Hinduism because the month of Kharmas ends on the day of Mesh Sankranti, and favorable and auspicious works begin again. On the auspicious festival of Sankranti, worshiping the Sun God and Vishnu is virtuous. Additionally, one can get rid of their sinful deeds by bathing and donating at the pilgrimage place. You are freed from Pitra Dosh and receive the blessings of your ancestors forever when you do Tarpan for the ancestors on Mesh Sankranti. This day is also regarded as the ideal one for weddings, Mundan, house warmings, and other events.

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Mesh Sankranti (14 April 2023) Significance

There will be a big celebration of Mesh Sankranti in the entire nation in 2023. The name of this celebration varies depending on where in the nation you are in, including Bohag Bihu in Assam, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Vishu in Kerala, Pana Sankranti in Odisha, Satuani in Bihar, Baisakhi in Punjab, and Poila Baisakh in West Bengal. These festivals will be celebrated on Mesh Sankranti on April 14, 2023. Along with this, Ambedkar Jayanti will also be observed on this day. 

Remedies To Do Mesh Sankranti 2023  

  • For the peace of ancestors and removing Pitra Dosha, one should donate a mango pie, fan, Bael Fruit, barley and a clay pot filled with water to a needy or a poor person. 
  • On this occasion, take bath in Ganga, if not possible then add some Ganga water in your water bucket and then take bath with it. By doing this, you will receive virtue equal to bathing in the Ganga river.       
  • In a copper pot, add jaggery, red flowers, Rice (Akshat) and Roli into the water and then offer Arghya to the Sun. But be careful, you don’t sprinkle water on your feet during offering Arghya to the Sun.    

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