Chhath Puja 2023 Dates, Arghya Time, छठ पूजा 2023


Chhath Puja 2023 Dates, Arghya Time, Chhath Puja 2023 Important Details: Chhath Puja is one of the popular holy festivals in north India in the states like Bihar, Jharkhand, and some parts of UP, West Bengal & Delhi. Like past years this year also chhath festival is to be celebrated in Karthik month (as per the Hindu calendar). This year chhath puja celebration will start from Friday, 17th Nov with Nahay Khay followed by kharna puja on Saturday, 18th Nov. Chhath puja 2023 evening Arghya will be given on Sunday 19th Nov and morning Arghya will be given to rising sun on Monday 20th Nov 2023.

Chhath Puja 2022 Dates, Arghya Time, छठ पूजा 2022
Chhath Puja 2023 Dates, Arghya Time, छठ पूजा 2023

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Chhath Puja (छठ पूजा) 2023 Important Dates, When is Chhath Puja 2023?

  • Chhath Puja start (नहाय खाय): Friday, 17th November 2023
  • Kharna (खरना) Puja: Saturday, 18th November 2023
  • Evening Arghya: Sunday, 19th November 2023
  • Morning Arghya: Monday, 20th November 2023

Chhath Puja 2023 Arghya Time


  • Evening Arghya: 4:55 PM
  • Morning Arghya: 6:04 AM


  • Evening Arghya: 4:57 PM
  • Morning Arghya: 6:01 AM


  • Evening Arghya: 5:15 PM
  • Morning Arghya: 5:55 AM

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Chhath Puja Vidhi:

Chhath Puja is celebrated for four days and the customs/rituals differ each day. On the first day, the enthusiasts take a dip in the Sacred Ganges early in the early morning and bring some holy water along to prepare offerings. Devotees eat one meal and observed throughout the day.

On the second day, the day before Chhath, enthusiasts observed for the whole day which ends in the evening after sunset. Before breaking fast  all devotes pray to the Sun and offer prasad consists of sweets that include Meetha/Gur Kheer, thekua, laddoo made of rice grit and fruits like sugarcane, sweet lime, and banana.

On the third day, enthusiasts along with their members go to the river and offer prasad to the setting Sun. People wish for their happiness, good health, and success. On it all day, enthusiasts head to the river before the sun rises and offering to the rising Sun and break their fast and feast on the prasad with their family and friends.

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