[vc_row type=”in_container” full_screen_row_position=”middle” scene_position=”center” text_color=”dark” text_align=”left” overlay_strength=”0.3″][vc_column column_padding=”no-extra-padding” column_padding_position=”all” background_color_opacity=”1″ background_hover_color_opacity=”1″ width=”1/1″ tablet_text_alignment=”default” phone_text_alignment=”default”][image_with_animation image_url=”5552″ alignment=”center” animation=”Fade In” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1478156579760{padding-top: 20px !important;padding-bottom: 40px !important;}”]Chhath Puja is the big festival of India. This is the biggest eve of the Bihar state. Chhath Puja is also celebrated in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh and also celebrated in Jharkhand. Here we are going to provide you the Top 10 Unbelievable Facts About Chhath Puja. All the information regarding this festival is available on this webpage. You just need to go down on the page to gather all these best and interesting facts about Chhath Puja.[/vc_column_text][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Chhath Puja is the great HIndi festival and is well known for its thanksgiving towards Hindu God Of Sun. This is also known as Dala Chhath and Surya Shasti.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Chhath Puja begins on the 6th day of Lunar month of Kartika. The name of this festival came from here, the 6th where sisth means Chhath in Sanskrit Lnaguage. On the beginning of the eve, devotees go to the bank of the river on the time of rising of sun and on sunset when the ultraviolet radiation effect of sun becomes very low and valuable for human body.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]People who do fast on this eve are called as “Vrati” and they last for four days Fast. They worship of God Sun. All people pray for well-being and for success in the life.[/text-with-icon][vc_text_separator title=”Related Products” border_width=”2″ css=”.vc_custom_1478156753378{padding-top: 30px !important;}”]

[text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]The first day of the festival is named as “Nahai-Khai”. Nahai means bathing while Khai means to eat. People do have a dip in the water of Ganga which is the holy water. After that they pray to God Sun then “Kaddu-Bhaat” ilong with Channa Dal is prepared to eat.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Second day of the eve is named as Panchmi. On this day people do fast and break their fast in the evening after worshiping the God Sun. They offer Rasiao-kheer, Puris and fruits in worship and later eat Prasad. After the breaking fast of the second day people go on a fast of 36 hours without drinking water. This is the Most Important Fact Of Chhath Puja.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Third day of the eve is named as Pehla Arghya or Sandhaya Arghya. On this day who do have fast wear a single tumeric yellow colored saree and give up eat anything on this day. The day is celebrated by lightning of clay Diyas under the covering of five sticks of sugarcane. The five sticks stand for the “Panchtattav”. Human body is also believed made up of Panchtattav- Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Space.[/text-with-icon][image_with_animation image_url=”5551″ alignment=”center” animation=”Fade In” box_shadow=”none” max_width=”100%”][divider line_type=”No Line” custom_height=”20″][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]The final day of the eve is named as Dusra Arghya or Suryodey Arghya. On this day in the very morning devotees give Arghya to the Sun and then worship of Sun. After completing the worship, devotees eat Kheer, sweets, thekua and fuits and break their fast.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Chhath Prasad is made of rice, wheat, fruits, dry fruits, coconut, jaggery and butter. Thekuas are the another essential meal of Chhath Puja which is made of wheat. All the meals of Chhath Puja is made without using onion, garlic and salt.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]Chhath Puja is celebrated twice a year. Once in the summer and other one in middle of winters. The Kartik Chhath is celebrated in the month of Oct or Nov and Chaiti Chhath is celebrated after few days of Holi.[/text-with-icon][text-with-icon icon_type=”font_icon” icon=”icon-sun” color=”Accent-Color”]This festival also marks the celebration of new harvest as the meal offerings during the worship are made of newly harvest Crop.[/text-with-icon][/vc_column][/vc_row]