Rang Panchami : Shubh Muhurat and All you Need to Know About this Festival
Rang Panchami is another avatar of the festival of colours, Holi. in many parts of the country, this occasion is also celebrated as the Krishna Panchami of the Chaitra month of the Hindu Panchang.
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This year, the festival will be celebrated on the 13th of March. The festival of colours, Holi begins the very next day after Holika Dahan. Readers should know that Rang Panchami is an important festival of the Konkan region. In the state of Maharashtra, the Holi festival is also known as Rang Panchami.
Rang Panchami Muhurat
|Panchami Tithi Begins||At 8:52 AM on 13 March, 2020|
|Panchami Tithi Ends||At 6:19 AM on 14 March, 2020|
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Rang Panchami in Maharashtra
Once the people of Maharashtra wind up the celebrations of Holi, they get engaged in the festivities of Rang Panchami, which are incomplete without colours. Beginning from Dhulandi onwards, Maharashtraian folks play Holi with great delight until Panchami Tithi.
Rang Panchami marks the end of the Holi festivities. Gulal(colours) are used extensively on this day. Scrumptious delicacies also remain a primary highlight of Rang Panchami, amongst which Puran Poli is the most sought after item. It is believed that this day is quite special for the fishermen community.
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They take merrymaking to a whole new level on this day. Dahi Handi(a popular sport) competitions are also organised in many places where the women throw colours on the boys who break the Matka(This custom of Dahi Handi is carried out by men who form a human ladder to break the handi or earthen pot containing curd, situated at a very high spot). Those who succeed in breaking the ‘Matka’ ultimately are awarded with many gifts.
Rang Panchami in Rajasthan
On the occasion of Rang Panchami, various functions are hosted by the temples situated in Jaisalmer. Natives are seen taking part in folk dances and various events. Also, on this particular occasion, orange and turquoise colours are dispersed in the air.
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Rang Panchami in Indore
Panchami Tithi is celebrated quite traditionally in Indore situated in Madhya Pradesh. On this day colorful processions are taken out all over the city. The colours add a different vibe to the whole city. People come out of their houses by carrying some musical instruments. Readers should know that this procession is called ”Ger”. Folks belonging to all religions and castes participate in this procession. Indore seems to be a colourful treat to watch on this day.
Rang Panchami : History
The history of Rang Panchami can be traced back to the ancient times. During a particular period of time in the past, the Holi celebrations lasted for many days. It was a time when Holi festivities came to an end with Rang Panchami and then the colours would fade slowly. However the reality is that Rang Panchami is just another representation of Holi celebrated during the Krishna Panchami Tithi of Krishna Paksha during the Chaitra month.
It is believed that organising Puja Path with a devoted heart and mind on this day ensures the blessings and benediction of Goddess Durga. The commemoration of the same also negates the defects or Doshas present in your Kundli.
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Things to Keep in Mind During Rang Panchami
- Mix some Ganga Jal in your regular water and use it to wash your hands and feet on the day of Rang Panchami.
- Goddess Lakshmi is also considered the goddess of wealth. To ensure the inflow of money and riches to your household, you should offer flowers to Goddess Lakshmi.
- Light a Ghee lamp after offering flowers to the Goddess.
- Light a flower incense stick in front of Goddess Lakshmi’s idol.
- The colour white is quite dear to Goddess Lakshmi, which is why you should offer white sweets to the Goddess of wealth.
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