Fasting of Sheetla Ashtami gives relief from all diseases, know the date and auspicious time
Knowing the date and auspicious time of Sheetla Ashtami fast, the fast of Sheetla Ashtami is considered a powerful practice to get relief from all diseases. Join this age-old tradition and take advantage of its healing properties
The fast of Sheetla Ashtami is considered very special. According to the Panchang, every year on the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month, Sheetla Ashtami fast is worshipped.
Worship method of Maa Sheetla
Let us tell you that it falls on the eighth day of Holi in which Goddess Sheetla is duly worshipped. Sheetla Ashtami is also known as Basoda at many places, so today we are providing you information related to this fast worship.
Sheetla Ashtami date
Let us tell you that this year the fast of Sheetla Ashtami will be observed on Wednesday, March 15. On this day Mata Sheetla is duly worshiped and a fast is observed. It is a belief that all the preparations are done a day in advance for the mother’s bhog and on the day of Ashtami, stale food is offered to the mother goddess and after that there is a law to accept this prasad.
For this reason, this day is also known as Basoda Ashtami. The stove is not lit in the house on the day of Basoda. This festival is a sign of change of season. It is said that from this day onwards stale food should not be eaten otherwise it can cause harm.
Auspicious time for worship
According to the Panchang, the Ashtami date of Krishna Paksha of Chaitra month is starting from 8.22 pm on March 14 and the Ashtami date will end on March 15 at 6.45 pm. In such a situation, it would be best to worship fast at this time.