What is Shani Amavasya?
Shani Amavasya is a special day in the Hindu calendar, when Amavasya Tithi and Shani Vaar come together. It believed that on this day, the effects of Saturn (Shani) are more powerful and auspicious. This day is observed with great reverence for devotees of Lord Shani as it is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. On this day, people perform special pujas to seek blessings from Lord Shani and also offer donations to charities. It is also said that this day can help one get rid of their karmic debts and negative energies.
Shani amavasya is a rare combination that occurs only twice a year and is considered auspicious for all those who are disturbed with the harmful influence of the planet Saturn. This means, for people under the influence of Shani Mahadsha or who are going through a period of sad sati, Shani amavasya is the most powerful day to worship and please Lord Shani and gain his many blessings.
Lord Shani is one of the most important gods in the Hindu pantheon. He is believed to be the giver of fortune and is known to give results on the basis of a person’s karma. Worshipping Lord Shani can bring good luck and prosperity into one’s life. It believed that by offering prayers to him, one can get relief from misfortune and troubles. Lord Shani also helps in overcoming obstacles that stand in the way of success. Therefore, worshipping him with devotion can bring about positive changes in life.
Worshipping Lord Saturn
Worshipping Lord Saturn on the day of Shani Amavasya believed to bring good luck and fulfill all desires. Shani Amavasya, also known as Shani Jayanti, is a special day in Hinduism. That falls on the new moon day of the Hindu month of Margashirsha. It believed that worshipping Lord Saturn on this day helps remove obstacles and bring success in all areas of life.
Shani Amavasya considered as an auspicious occasion for performing rituals and offering prayers to Lord Saturn. People perform various rituals such as chanting mantras, offering flowers and food items, lighting lamps, etc. It believed that worshipping Lord Saturn during this time brings good luck and helps in fulfilling all desires.