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Govardhan festival is a Hindu festival and it is usually held in Diwali week. Govardhan Puja 2020 holds great importance to show gratitude towards life. In this post, we will tell you the importance of the Govardhan Puja 2020 date.

Govardhan Puja 2020

Govardhan Puja 2020 is celebrated in Hindu Lunar Month of Kartik’s first day of the bright half. On this day, according to one of the mythologies, the rising of moon must not occur during the time period of puja. If on the primary day of bright half, the Hindu moon of Kartik at the time of sunset, there’s a probability that the moon would rise then Govardhan Puja should be done on the day before. If at the time of sunrise Pratipada date prevails and there is no sign of moonrise then, Govardhan Puja should be celebrated on the exact same day and if it is not so, then Govardhan Puja should be done on the previous day.

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When Pratipada date prevails up to 9 muhurat after the sunrise regardless of whether there’s moonrise within the evening but there should be non-existence of complete moon rise. During this condition, Govardhan Puja should be celebrated on an identical day.

Govardhan Puja 2020 Date

Govardhan Puja usually held a day after the main Diwali in the month of Kartik. Depending on the lunar cycles, there is sometimes a one day gap between Diwali and Govardhan Puja.

Here is the Govardhan Puja 2020 Date,

15th November 2020, Sunday.

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Govardhan Puja shubh muhurat 2020 time

The Govardhan Puja Shubh Muhurat for 2020 is as under-

Starts- 15:18:37- 15th November

Ends- 17:27:15- 15th November

The duration of Muhuart is almost 2 Hours

Disclaimer: The information contained in the above article are solely for informational purpose after exercising due care.

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