August 28, 2020 By Swapnil Suryawanshi

Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat for Ganesha VisarjanMorning Muhurat (Chara, Labha, Amrita) – 05:57 AM to 10:46 AMAfternoon Muhurat (Chara) – 05:11 PM to 06:47 PMAfternoon Muhurat (Shubha) – 12:22 PM to 01:58 PMNight Muhurat (Labha) – 09:35 PM to 10:58 PMNight Muhurat (Shubha, Amrita, Chara) – 12:22 AM to 04:34 AM, Aug 29Visarjan timings on Ganesh ChaturthiGanesha Visarjan timings after one and half dayGanesh Visarjan timing on Third dayGanesh Visarjan timing on Fifth dayGanesh Visarjan timing on Anant Chaturdashi DayPanchang for Seventh Day Ganesh VisarjanChoghadiya Muhurat on Fifth Day Seventh Visarjan

Seventh Day Ganesha Visarjan 2020 :

Although the day of Anant Chaturdashi is the most significant day to perform Ganesha Visarjan, many families do it on the 7th day from the day of Ganesha Chaturthi. It is important to note that Ganesha Visarjan is done during odd number of days e.g. 3rd day, 5th day and 7th day. Even the most important day of Ganesha Visarjan, which falls on Anant Chaturdashi day, is the 11th day from the day of Ganesha Chaturthi.

We have given Choghadiya Muhurat for seventh day Ganesha Visarjan and given Muhurat(s) are from sunrise to next day sunrise which include day time as well as night time Muhurat to perform Ganesha Visarjan.

Ganesha Visarjan 28th August 2020 Friday / शुक्रवार

A domestic celebration of Ganesh during Ganesh Chaturthi in a Maharashtrian home

Celebration outside India :

Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Antwerp, BelgiumGanesh Chaturthi celebration by the Sri Lankan Tamil community in France

In Pakistan, Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations are conducted by the Shri Maharashtra Panchayat, an organisation for Maharashtrians in Karachi.

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated in the UK by the British Hindu population living there. The Hindu Culture and Heritage Society, a Southall-based organisation, celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi for the first time in London in 2005 at the Vishwa Hindu Temple; and the idol was immersed in the River Thames at Putney Pier . Another celebration, organised by a Gujarati group, has been celebrated in Southend-on-Sea, and attracted an estimated 18,000 devotees. Annual celebrations are also held on the River Mersey in Liverpool.