Gangaur Puja festival is celebrated with great excitement and vigour mainly in North Indian states including Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, some parts of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat.
Gangaur Puja or Gangaur or Gauri Tritiya Puja is performed on Tritiya Tithi of the Chaitra month.
As per the Panchang, the Vedic calendar, this festival commences on the first day of Chaitra and continues for 18 days.
Gangaur Puja Date and Time 2021
Gangaur Puja will be celebrated on Thursday, April 15. Tritiya Tithi will begin at 12:47 pm on Wednesday, April 14 and conclude on Thursday, April 15, at 03:27 pm.
Gangaur Puja Significance
Devotees worship Gauri, Shiva’s wife during this festival. Gana is a synonym for Lord Shiva and Gaur which stands for Gauri or Parvati, a symbol Saubhagya (marital bliss). The festival also marks the celebration of spring, harvest, marital fidelity, and childbearing.
Happy Gangaur Wishes
May this gangaur brings you closer than ever and makes your love each other more than ever. Happy Gangaur!
May you get a wife as pretty and caring as gauri and may you be her shiv forever. Happy Gangaur!
Wishing you to all happy Gangaur.
This colorful festive celebrating spring,harvest and maritial bliss with fervor and excitement.
May Lord Shiva and Goddess Gauri bless all of us with happiness and good health.
May Goddess Gauri
Spread Into Your Life
Peace, Prosperity, Happiness
And Good Health.
Happy Gangaur Teej
Wishing all true celebrations of culture and traditions. May your festivity be blessed with peace and good health. Have a Happy Gangaur.
Happy Gangaur everyone. This festival is celebrated to worship Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva. Every year we celebrate it with family and friends but this year all are doing it alone for safety of everyone’s life.
We wish this holy festival of Gangaur strengthen the bond between you and your beloved one and fill your life with abundant happiness. Happy Gangaur !
May this gangaur brings you closer than ever and makes your love each other more than ever. Happy gangaur to you. Happy Gangaur!