Datta Jayanti 2019: All you need to know about Birthday celebration
Datta Jayanti:In our Hindu Dharam, Datta Jayanti is celebrated with great pomp, in which the birth of the very god Hindu god Dattatreya is considered to be the combined incarnation of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dutta was the son of Atri and Anasuya. He was born during the Pradosh period.
Dattatreya Jayanti, also known as Datta jayanti, celebrates the birthday of the Hindu god Dattatreya (Datta), a combined form of the mighty Trimurti Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. It is celebrated on the full moon of Margashirsha month by the Hindu calendar. The worship and fast of Dutt Dutt is mainly celebrated in Maharashtra. Devotees believe that they benefit in all aspects of life by worshiping on Dattatreya Jayanti, but the main significance of this day is that it protects people from ancestral issues.
Datta jayanti, also known as Dattatreya Jayanti, is a Hindu festival celebrated to commemorate the birth of the Hindu god Dattatreya. Every year, the full moon day of Margashirsha month is celebrated according to the Hindu calendar, the almanac.
The Hindu deity Dattatreya is considered to be the joint incarnation of Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Dutta was the son of Atri and Anasuya. He was born during the Pradosh period.
According to Hindu beliefs, on the occasion of Dattatreya Jayanti, devotees bathe early in the morning; Observe a day’s fast, worship God using flowers, incense, lamps and camphor. The followers of Dutta also read sacred books like Avadhoot Gita and Jeevanmukta Gita. These books are called Dattatreya’s words.
Temples dedicated to Dattatreya are located in Pan India, but the most important are in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat.
To commemorate the occasion, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has organized a three-day fetus in Chikkamagaluru, Karnataka, which began on Tuesday 10 December, Scroll reported.
The day the embryo began with the Sankranti Yatra and Anasuya Jayanti celebrations. As part of the yatra, women devotees took out a procession in the area. The procession started from the Bolerameshwara temple ended at Kamadhenu Mahashakti Ganapati temple.
Datta’s followers carried idols of Anasuya, Artrimuni and Dattatreya in procession, as they sang devotional songs of Artamuni and Anasuya.