The festival of Ahoi Ashtami would be celebrated on October 28, four days after Karwa Chauth. The day is celebrated on Ashtami of Krishna Paksha. On this day, mothers fast for their long lives, progress, happiness and prosperity. Mothers don’t eat or drink anything and in the evening worship goddess Ahoi. Later, offer water to star and conclude their fast. 


On this auspicious day, god Shiva and goddess Parvati are worshipped along with their sons. Ahoi Mata is also worshipped in the evening. 


Ahoi Ashtami 2021: Date and Timing


Date: October 28, 2021, the Ashtami of Krishan Paksha.

Timing: Ahoi Ashtami will start from 12:51 pm on Thursday (28 October 2021) and will be concluded at 02:10 am on Friday (29 October 2021).


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Ahoi Ashtami 2021: Subh Muharat


Auspicious time to worship Ahoi Mata – 05:39 pm to 06:56 pm (Duration – 01 hour 17 minutes)

Auspicious time to see and worship the stars – 06:03 pm

Moonrise time – 11:29 pm


Ahoi Ashtami 2021: Puja Vidhi


The day of Ahoi Ashtami is started with a bath and then the mothers take a vow of fasting for the well-being of their children. After sunset, Ahoi Mata is worshiped. To worship maa Ahoi, first, a picture of Ahoi Mata and her seven children is made on the wall with ocher or Ahoi Mata's calendar available in the market can also be worshipped. 


Then worship Ahoi Mata with rice and roli and offer parshaad to Ahoi Mata. Now listen to the story of Ahoi Mata with seven grains of wheat in hand. 


After this, offer water and wheat grain to the stars and break your fast.


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Ahoi Ashtami 2021: Puja Samagrahi 


Ahoi Mata idol, garland, lamp, karva, akshat, a pot filled with water, puja roli, Dhruv, kumkum, makeup items, coconut, sattvik food, rice pot, water chestnut, radish, fruit, kheer, clothes, fourteen puris and eight puas etc.


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