Which day is for which Hindu god?

Which day is for which Hindu god?

Tuesday is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Durga, Goddess Kali and Lord Hanuman. Wednesday is dedicated to planet Mercury and Lord Vithal, an incarnation of Krishna. Thursday is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and his incarnations. Friday is dedicated to Mother Goddess – Mahalakshmi, Santhosi Ma, Annapuraneshwari and Durga.

Which God is Worshipped on Saturday day?

Lord Hanuman
Devotees worship Lord Hanuman on Saturdays to ward off the ill-effects of Shani Devata. And there’s a story associated with this belief. Nonetheless, Tuesdays or Mangalvar are also dedicated to the worship of Lord Hanuman. Still, Saturdays are considered more significant because of the legend associated with Shani.

Which day of the week do Hindus go to the temple?

A large portion of Hindu worship takes place in the home, and rather than being called to prayer or coming to the temple on a Sabbath day, Hindus come and go in their holy houses.

Which day is special for Lord Shiva?

Maha Shivratri is an annual observance dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. Devotees observe fasts and pay visits to temples, offering milk and fruits to the deity. This year, Maha Shivratri will be celebrated on 11 March (Thursday).

Who is the God of Wednesday?

god Woden
Wednesday is named for the god Woden, who is paralleled with the Roman god Mercury, probably because both gods shared attributes of eloquence, the ability to travel, and the guardianship of the dead. Thursday is Thunor’s day, or, to give the word its Old English form, Thunresdæg “the day of Thunder”.

Which God’s day is Friday?

Friday: Friday is the day of all the Devis like Mahalakshmi, Santoshi Maa, Annapuraneshwari and Durga Maa. Those fasting on the day are allowed to eat at night. White is the colour of the day.

Who is the God of Monday?

Monday: Monday is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Due to the belief that it’s easy to please Bholenath, many observe fasting on Monday.

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