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Rishi Panchami: Rishi Panchami falls on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month - Story

Rishi Panchami: Rishi Panchami falls on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month - Story

Rishi Panchami falls on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month - Story
Rishi Panchami: Rishi Panchami falls on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month - Story


Rishipanchami story of Bhavishyottara Purana

Rishi Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month. On Rishi Panchami, special prayers are offered to the Saptarishis. By observing fast on Rishi Panchami, one gets freedom from sins. Rishi Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Bhadrapada month. According to the scriptures, fasting is done on this day to atone for unintentional mistakes. On Rishi Panchami, men and women worship the seven sages and get their blessings. The names of these seven sages are Kashyapa, Atri, Bharadwaja, Vishwamitra, Gautam, Jamadagni and Vashistha.

On Rishi Panchami, special prayers are offered to the Saptarishis.

Shukla Panchami date of Bhadrapada month is considered very important for women, which is called Rishi Panchami. There is a tradition of celebrating the festival of Rakshabandhan in some societies along with the worship of Saptarishis on this day. Especially women also fast on this day. Who is considered to be the giver of all the happiness and splendor in life and liberation in the end times. There is also a story in the Bhavishya Purana about this, which is related to the menstruation of women. 

Yudhishthira asked, O Devesh! I have heard many vows from your Shrimukh. Now please recite a good fast that destroys sins. Hearing these words of the king, Shri Krishna said - O Rajendra!

Now I tell you the best fast of Rishi Panchami, by wearing which a woman gets rid of all sins. O Nripottam, because of killing Vritrasura in the past, that sin of Indra was divided into four places.

First in the flame of fire, second in the rain water of rivers, third in the mountains and fourth in the woman's kingdom, it is best to observe Rishi Panchami fasting for the purification of all the sins committed by her knowingly and unknowingly in that menstruating religion.

In his kingdom, a farmer Brahmin named Sumitra, who knew all the Vedas and benefactor of all living beings, lived. His wife was Jayashree Pativrata. The Brahmin also had many servants. Once during the rainy season, when the sadhvi was engaged in farming, she also became menstruating.

Story of Rishi Panchami

Let me narrate an ancient story about this subject. In the Satyuga city of Vidarbha, there were kings like sages named Shyenjit. He was the son of the subjects. His conduct was similar to that of a sage. Under whose rule a farmer Sumitra and his wife Jayashree were living a pious life. Those who were engaged in farming work at one time in the rainy season. During this time, Jayashree became menstruating, but even after finding out about it, she continued to work. According to religious scriptures, a menstruating woman is impure like a Chandalini on the first day, Brahmaghatini on the second day and as a washerwoman on the third day. She is purified by taking a bath on the fourth day.

When both the husband and wife died after the completion of their age, Jayashree got the vagina of a bitch and Sumitra got the bull's vagina due to being in contact with the menstrual cycle. Since both of them did not have any fault other than Ritu Dosh, in such a situation they remembered their previous birth. Due to which he started living with his son Suchitra in his house even in the vaginas of bitches and bulls. Suchitra was also a godly person. One who once invited Brahmins for a feast on his father's Shradh.

Started kicking the bitch

Meanwhile, when his wife went out of the kitchen for some work, a snake from behind spewed venom into the kitchen pudding pot, which the bitch saw. In such a situation, to save the son from the sin of killing Brahma, he also put his mouth in that vessel.

Seeing this, Suchitra's wife Chandravati angrily took out the burning wood from the stove and started killing the bitch and also threw out the leftovers she kept for her. After this, cooked food afresh and fed it to the Brahmins. After this, when she felt hungry at night, the bitch went to her husband who became a crying bull, where he told the whole story of the day.

Remedy for fasting of Rishi Panchami

Then the husband became a bull and said, Oh dear! Because of your sins, I am also in this vagina. While carrying the burden, my back has also broken. The son did not give food to him even after plowing the field for the whole day. killed him too. In this way he also spoiled my Shradh. Both of them were talking, when their son also reached there and listened to them, after which, repenting, he fed them both and went to the forest after being saddened by their misery. Where he went and asked the sages and sages to get rid of their mother and father's bitch and bull vagina. Then the sage Sarvatama, along with his wife, told the fast of Rishi Panchami as his remedy.

He said that on Shukla Panchami of Bhadrapada month, after purifying the mouth and bathing in the holy water of the river in the afternoon, wearing new silk clothes and worshiping the Saptarishis including Arundhati. This will liberate both. Methodically, he fasted on Rishi Panchami, due to which both his parents got freedom from the animal vagina. It is believed that a woman who reverently observes the fast of Rishi Panchami, she attains all material pleasures and finally attains liberation.

Shri Krishna said-

Hey Rajan! Hearing these words of Maharishi Sarvatpa, Sumit returned to his home and on the day of Rishipanchami, he kept that fast along with his wife and gave the merit of that to his parents. of fasting By grace, both his parents were freed from the animals and went to heaven. The woman who observes this fast gets all the happiness.


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