Ahoi Ashtami 2023: know the puja muharat and timings

Mothers observe the Ahoi Ashtami fast for their children’s wellbeing four days after the strenuous Karwa Chauth vrat. Similar to the Karwa Chauth fast, the Ahoi Ashtami fast is observed without food or drink from sunrise to sunset, and it is broken upon stargazing. After a moon sighting, the fast is broken in some families. The festival is widely celebrated in North India with great zeal and enthusiasm, falling about eight days before Diwali.

The modern Ahoi Ashtami vrat is kept for both son and daughter, although in the past it was kept for the longevity and well-being of sons. On this day, worshippers honour Goddess Ahoi Ashtami Bhagwati, who is the reincarnation of Goddess Parvati, and receive her blessings.

Ahoi Ashtami puja muhurat and Timings

●Ahoi Ashtami muharat starts from 5 November, 5:35 pm

●Ahoi Ashtami muharat ends at 6:52 pm

●Time for sighting stars is 5:58pm in evening.

●Ahoi Ashtami moonrises on 12:02 am, November 6.

●Ahoi Ashtami Tithi begins at12:59 am on November 5, 2023.

●Ahoi Ashtami Tithi ends at 3:18 am on November 6, 2023.

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