The stay of Lord Ganesha at their devotees’ home varies from 1.5 days to 11 days. The 1.5 days Ganpati, also known as “Dedh Din Ke Ganpati” or “Didh Divsachya Ganpati”. Lord Ganesha is then immersed, also known as Visarjan or immersion, in the water.
The Visarjan of 1.5 days Ganpati Bappa usually happens in the afternoon or evening, depending on the muhurat. Here is shubh or sacred muhurat for the Visarjan of 1.5 days Lord Ganesha.
Muhurat Time for Visarjan of 1.5 Days Ganpati
This year, the 1.5 days Ganpati Bappa will bid adieu to his devotees on 23rd August. The muhurat for Visarjan of 1.5 days Ganpati changes every year. This sacred muhurat is only for 1.5 days Ganpati Visarjan that too for 2020.
Ganpati Bappa Visarjan Time for 1.5 Days Ganpati
Afternoon Muhurat (Shubha): 02:01 PM to 03:38 PM
Evening Muhurat (Shubha, Amrita, Chara): 06:52 PM to 11:01 PM
Night Muhurat (Labha): 01:47 AM to 03:09 AM, August 24th
Early Morning Muhurat (Shubha): 04:32 AM to 05:55 AM, August 24
(Muhurat source: Drikpanchang)
So this year in 2020, the muhurat for the procession 1.5 days Ganesh visarjan will begin on 23rd August, at 02.01 PM. The visarjan muhurat will end on the early morning of next day i.e. on 24th August, at 05:55 AM.
Amazing Facts about Ganesh Chaturthi
Activities to be carried out during Visarjan
At the time of farewell to Ganpati Bappa, an aarti is carried out before they are taken. Just before immersion, a final aarti is done with the presence of Ganpati Bappa. Then, one last aarti is carried out after immersion, in the presence of Lord Ganesha’s melted soil. If you are also the one asking what is Ganpati Visarjan time for today, what is the good time for Ganesh Visarjan today, well this article provides the most accurate answer. Here we provide the best timings for Ganpati Visarjan on 23rd August 2020 i.e. today.
Why Ganpati Bappa leaves us?
Did you know why Ganpati Bappa leaves us every year? Lord Ganesha, after his visarjan by their devotees, returns to Mount Kailash, uniting with his parents Parvati and Shiva. The celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi denotes the cycle of birth, life, and death.