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Rishi Panchami pooja falls on fifth day of Sukla Paksha in the month of August-September. This year Rishi Panchami is falling on 10th of September 2013.
Rishi Panchami pooja is considered to be the..
Rishi Panchami pooja falls on fifth day of Sukla Paksha in the month of August-September. This year Rishi Panchami is falling on 10th of September 2013.
Rishi Panchami pooja is considered to be the most one important pooja in the Hindu community of North India and Nepal. In Kerala Rishi Panchami Pooja is observed as Vishwakarma Pooja. The Rishi Panchami Pooja is done to show respect and honor to the Sapta Rishis- the seven sages. Women observe the strict fast on the day of Rishi Panchami and take the bath. Women keep this fast to get pardoned from the Rishis for their ill deeds or mistakes they have committed in their life. Pooja is done in a very sacred and pure manner.

How to do Rishi Panchami Pooja:
On the day of Rishi Panchami people take bath in the holy water and clean their hands and mouth 108 times. After that Lord Ganesha, Sapta Rishis, Navagreh and Arundathi are worshipped. Prasad is offered to all by women and then they wash the feet of their husband’s. Women again take the sacred bath and rub the special red mud on their body for several times. They sprinkle water on their head to get pure and brush their teeth with Dantiwan for 360 times. Again the ritual bath is taken and is considered that all the fault of the women are cleansed away with the holy water.

Significance of Rishi Panchami Pooja:
The day of Rishi Panchami is being celebrated to commemorate the wisdom and brilliant efforts of rishi munis. They had given the path to human lives by giving them immense knowledge and power. It is considered in Hindu Mythology that worshipping the seven sages makes the mind and heart pure and bestows the person with positive aura that helps to make the future bright.

Benefits of Rishi Panchami Pooja:
The Rishi Panchami pooja is mainly for women and they are benefited to a larger extent. Women doing this pooja to get rid of their sins they have committed in their past or present during the menstruation either voluntarily or involuntarily.

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