The story of Mangala Gauri Vrat: In the month of Sawan, Monday is as important as Tuesday. During this month, where Bholenath is worshiped every Monday, Maa Mangala Gauri is also worshiped every Tuesday. It is believed that if there is no problem in one’s marital life, no hindrance in marital life or no happiness in children Mangala Gauri Vrat It should be kept and worshiped on Tuesdays. Let’s find out what is the story of Mangala Gauri Vrat?
Mangala Gauri Vrat Katha
According to legend, in ancient times there was a Seth named Dharmapala. He had no shortage of wealth, only a shortage of children. So Seth and his wife used to be very upset. Seth performed many chanting, penance and rituals to get the child, so the goddess was pleased and asked Seth to ask for the desired boon. Then Seth said mother, I am able to be happy and rich, but I am deprived of the happiness of children, I ask you for the gift of a son to run the family. Listening to Sheth’s words, the goddess said, Sheth, you have asked for a very difficult gift. But I am happy with your stubbornness, that is why I give you the blessing that you will get a child gem at home, but your son will only live 16 years. Seth and Sethani were very sad to hear this from the goddess, but still they accepted the boon.
With the gift of the goddess, Sethani had a son. When Seth performed the naming ceremony of his son, he named him Viva. As time went on. Seth-Sethani began to worry about the death of their son. Then a scholar advised Seth that if we marry our son to a girl who observes the fast of Mangala Gauri. Vrata of the same girl will give longevity to your son. As a result of the marriage, Viva’s untimely death was annulled and the king’s son Viva was named after him. From then on, women started observing the fast of Mangala Gauri with full devotion.
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