Rathasapthami









Rathasapthami

 

Rathasapthami is the ritual observed in the Tamil month of Thai (Maga) on the seventh day from Amavasya. Ratha means the chariot, (the chariot of the Sun) and Sapthami is the thithi that falls on the seventh day in Sukla Paksha after Amavasya. Rathasapthami is considered as the birthday of the Sun and thus is celebrated as Surya Jayanthi in many places of India. It is also the time Bhishma breathed his last.

 

You can find the details about the significance of and how to observe Rathasapthami in our blog. Read on to know more....

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