Ahoi Ashtami 2022: When Is Ahoi Ashtami Fast? Find Out The Exact Date, Time, The Shubh Muhurat And Its Significance

Ahoi Ashtami 2022 Date, Time: According To The Tradition In Their Families, Women Break Their Fast Upon Sighting The Moon Or Stars To Demonstrate Their Devotion.

It is known as Ahoi Ashtami, which is celebrated in the Hindu calendar on the Ashtami Tithi of the Krishna Paksha of Kartik month during which mothers fast for the welfare of their children. Also referred to as Ahoi Aathe, Ahoi Ashtami is one of the most important Hindu festivals. This year Ahoi Ashtami will be celebrated in India on October 17.

Women, during the puja, refrain from drinking water and observe strict fasting. During the puja, women observe strict fasting after seeing the moon or stars during the early morning around 4 a.m. The fast is broken by seeing the stars at night.

There are also many women all over the world who celebrate Ahoi Ashtami in order to have children. They also keep fast and pray to Ahoi Mata to grant them their wishes.

Mothers kept fast from dawn to dusk so that their sons would be well cared for. In modern times however, the fast is observed both for the well being of the son and the daughter.

As it also marks the beginning of Diwali, the Ahoi Ashtami festival is similar to Karwa Chauth, in which women observe a day-long fast for their husbands and break it only after seeing the moon. It is more common in North India and marks the beginning of the Diwali festivities.

In the year 2022, the Ahoi Ashtami fast will be observed on the 17th of October.

Ahoi Ashtami 2022 Puja Muhurat: 05:34 PM to 06:47 PM

The Ashtami Tithi begins on the 17th of October at 11:59 a.m.

The Ashtami Tithi ends at 02:27 PM on the 18th of October, 2022

The time of the moonrise on Ahoi Aathe is 11:26 PM

Sighting of Stars in Sanjh (Evening): 05:56

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