Chandra Darshan

Chandra Darshan

Chandra (Moon) is one of the most reversed deities of the Hindu religion and a Navgraha that influence life of earth. ‪ Chandra Darshan is the first day of moon sighting after no moon day. Generally moon (Chandra) is considered to be a favorable planet. Chandra Darshan is celebrated by the devout by fasting the whole day and breaking the fast after sighting the moon after sunset. Chandra Darshan is observed with great fervour and devotion in different parts of the country.

Chandra Darshan Date 2017

29    January      (Sunday)    
27    Februar      (Monday)    
29    March      (Wednesday)    
27    April           (Thursday)    
27    May           (Saturday)    
25    June           (Sunday)    
24    July            (Monday)    
23    August      (Wednesday)    
21    September (Thursday)    
21    October     (Saturday)    
19    November  (Sunday)    
19    December (Tuesday)   

Ritual and Significance of Chandra Darshan

On the day of Chandra Darshan, Hindu devotee worship of Lord Moon (Chandra).

Devotee observes a strict fast on this day to please lord moon. The fast is broken after sighting the moon just after sunset.

Offering donation is also important ritual on Chandra Darshan. People donate clothes, rice and sugar among other things to Brahmin on this day.

Moon is favorable planet and is associated with purity, wisdom and good intentions. It is believed that an individual with favorably places moon in his/her planet will live a more successful and prosperous life.

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