BATHING DATES

First Snan

Thursday,
14 January 2021
Makar Sankranti,

Makar Sankranti: On this auspicious day, the water of rivers turns into nectar. According to astrology, a holy dip in the holy Ganges on this day can undo the sins of many lives.

Second Snan

Thursday,
11 February 2021
Mauni Amavasya

Mauni Amavasya: This is one of the most important days for bathing in the holy Ganges and is popularly referred as the day of ‘Amrit Yoga’.

Third Snan

Tuesday,
16 February 2021
Basant Panchami

Basant Panchami: There are many legends associated with this day and the most popular belief is that Lord Brahma created the universe on this day. The day also marks the beginning of life and happiness as according to the Hindu mythology.

Fourth Snan

Saturday,
27 February 2021
Magha Purnima

Magh Poornima: According to Brahmavaivart Purana, Lord Vishnu resides in the Ganga River during the month of Magh, and hence merely looking at this holy water can cure all sins and all diseases.

Seven Snan

Tuesday,
13 April 2021
Chaitra Shukla
Pratipada

Fifth Snan

Thursday,
11 March 2021
Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri: Ganga’s presence on earth is attributed to Lord Shiva, who held her in his matted locks as she descended from the heaven with an enormous force. A holy dip on this day is believed to be unique spiritually experience.

Eighth Snan

Wednesday,
14 April 2021
Mesh sankraanti &
Baisakhi

Ten Snan

Tuesday,
27 April 2021
chaitr maah kee
poornima

Sixth Snan

Monday,
12 April 2021
Somvati amavasya

Somvati Amavasya: Ganga bath has special significance on Somavati Amavasya. It is believed that the moon is the factor of water, the attainment of water and Somanasha is considered as Amrit on Amavasya.

Nineth Snan

Wednesday,
21 April 2021
Ram Navami