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Kurma Jayanti 2024: When is Kurma Jayanti in May? Why is it celebrated and what is its importance? know

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Kurma Jayanti 2024: When is Kurma Jayanti in May? Why is it celebrated and what is its importance? know

Lord Vishnu is considered Dashavatar. It is written in Bhagavad Gita that whenever sin increased on earth, Lord Vishnu took incarnation to eliminate unrighteousness and re-establish righteousness.

One of these was the Kurma avatar of Lord Vishnu. Kurma i.e. Sri Hari had protected the world by taking the form of a tortoise. Kurma Jayanti is celebrated every year on Vaishakh Purnima (Vaishakh Purnima 2024). When is Kurma Jayanti this year 2024, let us know the date, puja auspicious time and importance of this festival.

Kurma Jayanti 2024 Date

Kurma Jayanti will be celebrated on 23 May 2024. This day is also Thursday, which is considered to be the day of Lord Vishnu, hence the importance of this festival has doubled. Sri Hari is worshiped in the evening on Kurma Jayanti.

Kurma Jayanti 2024 Time

According to the calendar, Vaishakh Purnima will start on 22 May 2024 at 06:47 pm and will end on 23 May 2024 at 07:22 pm.

Kurma Jayanti Puja Muhurat – 04.25 pm – 07.10 pm
Duration 2 hours 45 minutes

Why is Kurma Jayanti celebrated? (Kurma Jayanti Significance)

There is mention of Kurma incarnation of Lord Vishnu in different Puranas. According to Linga Purana, when the earth was going towards the abyss, Vishnu incarnated in the form of a tortoise and saved the earth from destruction. It is told in Padma Purana that during the churning of the ocean, when Mandarachal mountain started sinking into the lake, Lord Vishnu took the form of a tortoise and carried it on his back. By worshiping the tortoise incarnation of Lord Vishnu on Kurma Jayanti one attains salvation.

Story of Kurma Avatar (Kurma Jayanti Katha)

According to Narasimha Purana, Kurmaavatar is the second incarnation of Lord Vishnu, while according to Bhagwat Purana, he is the eleventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. According to the legend, Rishi Durvasa got angry at Indra and by cursing the gods of becoming godless, he destroyed their happiness and prosperity. Lakshmi ji disappeared in the sea. Then, as per the orders of Lord Vishnu, Indra along with the demons and gods got ready to churn the ocean.

To churn Mandarchal Parvat, Mandarchal Parvat was made into a churner and Nagraj Vasuki was made into a rope, but due to there being no base under Mandarchal, it started drowning in the sea. Seeing this, Lord Vishnu took the form of a huge Kurma (tortoise) and became the support of Mandarachal in the sea. That day was the full moon of Vaishakh month. After this the brainstorming ended.

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