Vasant Panchami 2022: History, Date, Significance, Celebration, Puja Time & More

Vasant Panchami is observed on the first day of spring, which occurs on the fifth day of the month of Magha. Vasant Panchami 2022 history, date, significance, celebrations, Puja time & other important details have been listed below.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Feb 04, 2022 17:19 IST
Vasant Panchami 2022: History, Date, Significance, Celebration, Puja Time & More
Basant Panchami History & Significance

Vasant Panchami or Basant Panchami is a day of fresh beginnings and is considered auspicious in India. The celebration, also known as Vasant Panchami, is held on the first day of spring, which is the fifth day of the month of Magha. Vasant Panchami 2022 history, date, significance, celebrations, Puja time & everything else you need to know has been listed below. 

Vasant Panchami 2022 Date & Puja Time

Basant Panchami will be observed on February 5 this year, with the Vasant Panchami Muhurat running from 07:07 AM to 12:35 PM. According to drikpanchang, the Vasant Panchami Madhyahna Moment will be at 12:35 PM. Although there is no set time for performing Saraswati Puja on Vasant Panchami, one should ensure that the Puja is performed when Panchami Tithi is in effect.

Image Source- Nav Bharat Times
Image Source- Nav Bharat Times 

Vasant Panchami 2022 Significance 

On this particular day, the colour yellow holds a great deal of significance. People wear yellow clothing, worship the goddess Saraswati, and eat traditional meals to commemorate the day. Yellow represents knowledge as well as mustard fields, which are associated with the arrival of the spring season.

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Image Source- ZEE News

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Vasant Panchami 2022 Celebrations

Basant Panchami is observed with slightly diverse customs across the country. On this day, delicious traditional delicacies are prepared and consumed. While kites are flown throughout North India, particularly in Punjab and Haryana, it is known as Saraswati Puja in the eastern half of the nation, such as West Bengal.

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Image Source- Financial Express 

It is known as Sri Panchami in the southern states. Bouquets and garlands of flowers adorned with mango leaves are given as gifts in Gujarat. On this day, people in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Uttar Pradesh worship Shiva and Parvati.

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Vasant Panchami History

According to Hindu beliefs, Kalidasa, grieved by his wife's departure, decided to commit suicide by drowning himself in a river. He was ready to do so when the goddess Saraswati appeared from the lake and invited Kalidasa to take a bath with it. His life changed after that, when he was blessed with wisdom and became a renowned poet.