When is Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) in 2013

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If yes, you have come to the right place. Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 18th September.

As per Hindu calendar, Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) is observed on fourteenth day of Shukla Paksha in Bhadrapad month.

Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) is a Jain festival observed by people all across the country. On this day the principle deity worshiped is Lord Anant (Lord Vishu) along with Shesh and Yamuna. The festival holds an important religious value in Jainism. The day follows by indulging in religious activities like offering prayers and performing pooja. Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) in 2013 will be observed on Wednesday, 18th September.

As per Hindu traditions, Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) is also celebrated as the last day of Ganesh Utsav. The 10 days celebrations come to an end on this day. Anant Chaturdashi (अनन्त चतुर्दशी) marks the day when Lord Ganehsa’s statues are carried on decorated floats to be immersed in the water after one, three, five, seven and ten days. Thousands of processions converge on the beaches and riverside to immerse the holy idols in the sea. This procession and immersion is accompanied by drum-beats, devotional songs, dancing and people chanting on top of their voice “Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Lavkar Ya”.