Bhai Dooj 2023 is celebrated on the alternate day after Diwali. The specific date is determined by the Hindu timetable.
Bhai Dooj, Bhai Tika (in Nepal) or Bhaubeej (in Maharashtra) is a cherished jubilee celebrating the bond between sisters and sisters. It’s observed on the alternate day after Diwali, making it the fifth day of the Hindu timetable month of Kartika.
Falling on the new moon day, this auspicious occasion generally occurs in October or November, depending on the lunar timetable.
Due to difference between the solar cycle and lunar cycle, on which the Hindu timetable is grounded, carnivals are celebrated on different dates every time. also there’s difference in the launch of a Tithi (duration of two faces of Moon that’s observed from Earth) to celebrate a particular jubilee due to the alignment of the Moon. This creates confusion occasionally as to when to perform puja and begin fests.
This time, Bhai Dooj will be celebrated across India gauging two days to emphasise the special stock bond. Date of Bhai Dooj and Shubh Muhurat Drik Panchang states that Bhai Dooj will begin on November 14 and last until November 15.
The panchang also states that on November 14 (Tuesday), the auspicious muhurat would last from 01.10 pm to 3.19 pm, or just over two hours. Hear to the rearmost songs, only onJioSaavn.com The Dwitiya tithi will begin at 0236 pm on November 14 and conclude at 0147 pm on November 15.
Significance behind Bhai Dooj date The choice of this particular date for Bhai Dooj carries artistic and mythological significance.
According to one of the popular stories, Lord Krishna visited his family Subhadra on this day after defeating the demon Narakasura. Subhadra ate her family with warmth and affection, marking the morning of the tradition of sisters performing aarti and applying tilak on their sisters’ facades.
Families all around India look forward to Bhai Dooj. It’s a time when siblings make special sweats to be together, buttressing the strong ties that bind them.