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Bol Choth Vrat Pooja Vidhi, Date, Muhurat, Puja Story, Time & Date (Bahula Chaturthi Vrat Vidhi)

Bolchoth Vrat Pooja

Bol Choth Vrat Pooja Vidhi, Date, Muhurat, Puja Schedule: This fast is performed on the fourth day of Shravan Vad. On this day, the person who is fasting should worship the cow-calf with a garland of Parvati Kanku, rice, and flowers from his daily work in the morning and make a Tanu. Don't take anything made of wheat. On the day of the vow of Bolchoth, women should not grind or sugar.

Today is Bolchoth. This day is a special day to worship the cow and eat millet bread and mugs by fasting. The cow gives milk for twelve months; the day to pay off her debt is Bolchoth. The cow is worshiped as a mother. The body of the cow is said to be the abode of thirty-three types of deities.

Bol Choth Vrat Pooja Date And Puja schedule

  • Friday 7th August 2020 Bol Choth Muhurat
  • Godhuli Puja Muhurat = 6:50 pm to 9:16 pm
  • Duration = 0 Hours 26 Mins
  • Chaturthi Tithi Starts = 00:14 am on 7 August 2020
  • Chaturthi Tithi Ends = 2:05 am on 8 August 2020

On the day of Bolchoth, there is the reputation of worshiping cows and calves. The cow-calf is worshiped and fed millet husks. Nagpancham comes on the second day after Bolchoth, followed by Randhanchhatta, Shitalasatam, Janmashtami, and Nonna Parana. The whole festival begins with Bolchoth. Especially in Saurashtra, the seventh-eighth fair is held.

Fortunate women fast on Bolchoth on the fourth day of Shravan Vad. Listens to the story of Bolchoth. Women do not eat anything of wheat on this day, nor do they eat any dish of wheat, nor do they grind wheat. The knife does not peel, the vegetables do not improve, the cow-calf is worshiped, and millet bread and mug vegetables are consumed.

The story of Bolchoth

There is an ancient story about Bolchoth. A bride came to the new house. Her mother-in-law advised her to eat wheat. Wheat means cooking grain, but the bride understood that the name of the calf in her home was wheat instead of grain. The bride still cut the calf and inserted it in sugar. The mother-in-law saw that the blood was flowing, and as evening approached, the mother-in-law threw the calf in the trash before the cows arrived.

When the cow came, she did not see the calf. She started hurling stones. The cow reaches the dump. There he threw the bhambrada, and the calf arose. Seeing the calf coming back with the cow, the mother-in-law worshiped both of them. Since then, it has been scripturally forbidden to eat a wheat dish and a cow's milk dish one day. Since then, the cow has been worshiped along with the calf.

Even so, behind every fasting festival, there is not only religious significance but also a scientific fact. In today's fast-paced life, there is no time. Another thing is that if a cow gives birth to a calf, it is celebrated because it also provides milk. It is in our interest to give birth to a calf. If a cow gives birth to a calf, it is sent to the slaughterhouse.

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