Anant Chaturdashi

Anant Chaturdashi fasting is very important in Hindu religion. This festival is also known as Anant Chaudas. This day commemorates Lord Vishnu, Lord of many Avatars.

Held on his 14th day of Shukra Paksha in
 the month of Bhadrapad on the Hindu calendar, this festival celebrates the spirit of unity and common brotherhood. After paying homage to Lord Vishnu, Anant Chaturdashi tied a thread around his arm. This thread should be either silk or cotton and should contain 14 knots. Ganesh Visarjan is celebrated on the same day as Anant Chaudas. The whole nation celebrates this festival with enthusiasm and enthusiasm. Many processions of the Lord are also performed by the masses and together enliven the festival.

Anant Chaturdashi According to the Bible
1. The fasting of this festival takes place
 on the 14th day of Shukra Paksha, the Hindu month of Bhadrapad. For this condition to be fulfilled, the 14th day must begin 2 muhrats after sunrise.
2. If the date of Chaturdashi ends two Mufratz after sunrise, but before that, the festival of Anant Chaturdashi must be celebrated one day before him. Festival processions, prayers, homages and fasting must all take place in the first half of the day in order to maintain ritual auspiciousness.