List of Hindu Gods birthdays (Jayanti) – PART 1

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Just before moving towards to know about “List of Hindu Gods birthdays (Jayanti) – PART 1“, let us know few basic and important information.

Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) is existing since the ‘aadi kalam‘ (Unknown timeframe) and will long last until the ‘ananta kalam‘ (Unknown infinite timeframe).

Sanatana Dharma is a term used by Hindus to refer to Hinduism in today’s period.

Sanatana Dharma refers to the “eternal” truth and teachings of Hinduism

In Sanskrit, Sanatana Dharma has infinite number of meanings like: eternal, permanent, forever, primeval, perpetual, ancient, everlasting, unending, etc. etc. etc.

To give the birth dates of Hindu Gods as per Gregorian Calendar is not at all possible.

Because, there Gregorian Calendar is completely different from the Hindu Panchanga.

But, author will try to give the closest Gregorian Calendar date.

Now, let us know a “List of Hindu Gods birthdays”.

List of Hindu Gods birthdays are as given below:

Lord Vishnu : He is unborn and thus there is no Hindu shastra (Hindu texts) which gives the birthday of Lord Vishnu.

Lord Matsya : On Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) tritiya tithi (third day) of the Chaitra masam (month) Lord Vishnu took the avatar of Sri Matsya, the fish incarnation.

Chaitra masam (month) falls during the March – April period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Varaha : Lord Varaha Jayanti (birthday) is celebrated on the tritiya tithi (third day) in the Shukla Paksha (Bright fortnight) of the Bhadrapada masam (month), the boar incarnation.

Bhadrapada masam (month) falls during the August – September period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Narasimha : Lord Vishnu took the avatar of Lord Narasimha on the Chaturdashi tithi (14th day) in the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) of Vaishakha masam (month).

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Kurma : The Dvitiya tithi (2nd day) in the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) of the Vaishakha masam (month) is celebrated as Lord Kurma Jayanti (Lord Vishnu avatar).

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Vamana : It was on the Dvadashi tithi (12th day) in the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) of Bhadrapada masam (month) Lord Vishnu took the incarnation of Lord Vamana on this earth.

Bhadrapada masam (month) falls during the August – September period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Parashurama : The Tritiya tithi (3rd day) on the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) of Vaishakha masam (month) is the day of the incarnation of Lord Vishnu as Lord Parashurama Deva.

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Rama : Lord Rama’s birthday is known as Sri Rama Navami.

Lord Sri Rama was born on the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight), navami tithi (9th day) of Chaitra masam (month).

Chaitra masam (month) falls during the March – April period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Krishna : Lord Sri Krishna birthday is known as Sri Krishna Janmashtami.

On Ashtami tithi (8th day) in the Krishna paksha (Dark fortnight) of the Simha (Shravana) masam (month) is the day of avatar of Lord Sri Krishna.

Shravana masam (month) falls during the July – August period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Buddha : Lord Vishnu took the avatar of Lord Buddha on Ashvayuja masam (month), Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight), Dashami tithi (10th day) (Vijaya Dashami day).

There are two versions of Lord Buddha’s birthday.

The second been on Vaishakha masam (month), on Purnima day (Full moon day).

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Kalki : The Shasti tithi (6th day) in the Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight) of Bhadrapada masam (month) is celebrated with special services to Lord Maha Vishnu in the form of Lord Kalki.

Bhadrapada masam (month) falls during the August – September period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Hayagriva : Lord Vishnu takes an horse form in this avatar (incarnation).

Lord Vishnu takes the Lord Hayagriva avatar on Purnima tithi (Full moon day) of Shravana masam (month).

Shravana masam (month) falls during the July – August period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Dattatreya : Purnima tithi (Full moon day) in the Margashirsha masam (month) is known as Sri Datta Jayanti or Sri Dattatreya Jayanti.

Lord Dattatreya is an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Lord Dattatreya has Chandra (Part incarnation of Lord Brahma) and Durvasa Muni (Lord Shiva) as brothers in his avatar.

Margashirsha masam (month) falls during the November – December period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Sage Kapila : Sage Kapila or Lord Kapila is an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Kapila Sashti is the birthday of Sage Kapila (Lord Kapila) falls on the Sashti tithi (6th day) Krishna Paksha (Dark fortnight) of Ashwina masam (month).

Ashwina masam (month) falls during the September – October period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Sage (Lord) Vedavyasa : Lord Vedavyasa was born on Vaishakha masam (month), Shukla paksha (Bright fortnight), on Trayodashi tithi (13th day).

This day is called as Vedavavyasa Jayanti. Sage (Lord) Vedavyasa is an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Here one amazing point to be noted is that, Sage (Lord) Vedavyasa was born on five occasions as given below:

Vaishakha Shukla Trayodashi – Vaishakha masam (month), Shukla Paksha (Bright fortnight) on Trayodashi tithi (13th day).

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Vaishakha Purnima – Vaishakha masam (month), Purnima tithi (Full moon day).

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Ashada Purnima – Ashada masam (month), Purnima tithi (Full moon day).

Ashada masam (month) falls during the June – July period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Kartika Purnima – Kartika masam (month), Purnima tithi (Full moon day).

Kartika masam (month) falls during the October – November period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Magha Purnima – Magha masam (month), Purnima tithi (Full moon day).

Magha masam (month) falls during the January – February period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Sage (Lord) Vedavyasa was born on five occasions in different periods as given below:

Vaivaswata Manvantara’s third Dwapara Yuga, Seventh Dwdapara Yuga, Sixteenth Dwapara Yuga, Twenty fifty Dwapara Yuga and Twenty eighth Dwapara Yuga.

Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi : Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi is known as नित्य मुक्त / ನಿತ್ಯ ಮುಕ್ತ / nitya mukta.

This is because, as Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi is staying in Vaikuntha along with Lord Vishnu since the unknown timeframe.

No one knows about the birth of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi except Lord Vishnu himself.

No Hindu Shastra (Hindu texts) gives the birthday of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi.

(Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi takes an avatar form during the ‘amrita manthan‘.)

(But this was not her first birth. It was just like an avatar form like Sri Rukmini Devi, Sri Sita Devi, etc.)

Goddess Sri Sita Devi : Goddess Sri Sita Devi’s birthday is called as Sita Navami. She is an avatar of Goddess Lakshmi Devi.

Goddess Sri Sita Devi’s Jayanti (birthday) is celebrated on Navami tithi (9th day) during Shukla Paksha (Bright fortnight) of Vaishakha masam (month) every year.

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Goddess Sri Radha Devi : Goddess Sri Radha Devi’s birthday is called as ‘Radha Ashtami‘.

Goddess Sri Radha Devi’s Jayanti (birthday) is celebrated on the ashtami tithi (8th day) of the Shukla Paksha (Bright fortnight) during the Bhadrapada masam (month).

Goddess Sri Radha Devi is an avatar of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi.

Bhadrapada masam (month) falls during the August – September period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Goddess Sri Rukmini Devi : Goddess Sri Rukmini Devi’s Jayanti (birthday) is called as Rukmini Dwadashi.

Rukmini Dwadashi is observed on the Dwadashi tithi (12th day) of the Shukla Paksha (Bright fortnight) of Vaishakha masam (month).

Goddess Sri Rukmini Devi is an an avatar of Goddess Sri Maha Lakshmi Devi.

Vaishakha masam (month) falls during the April – May period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Brahma : The present Lord Brahma’s age is 50+ years (51st year running) as per Satya Loka timeframe.

Lord Brahma’s lifespan will be 100 years as per Satya Loka timeframe.

As per Earth’s years, Lord Brahma’s age is 155.521972944 trillion years.

There is no exact Lord Brahma’s birthday mentioned in Hindu Shastras (texts).

Goddess Sri Sarasvati Devi : Goddess Sri Sarasvati Devi was born on Vasant (Vasanta) masam (moth) Panchami tithi (5th day) in Magha masam (month).

This day is known as Saraswati Puja and also known as Saraswati Jayanti as per Hindu Shastras (Hindu texts).

Magha masam (month) falls during the January – February period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Lord Shiva : He was born as the son of Lord Brahma Deva. Lord Shiva’s first name was Lord Rudra.

But his exact birthday is unknown. Whereas, Lord Shiva was born in the ‘Linga roopa’ (Ling form) on the divine Maha Shivaratri day.

Maha Shivaratri day is on Magha masam (month) Krishna Paksha (Dark fortnight) on Chaturdashi tithi (14th day).

During February – March period, Maha Shivaratri is observed.

Magha masam (month) falls during the January – February period as per Gregorian Calendar.

Goddess Sri Parvati Devi : Goddess Sri Parvati Devi was born on the navami tithi (Ninth day) of Chaitra masam (Month), in the Margashira Nakshatra.

Chaitra masam (month) falls during the March – April period as per Gregorian Calendar.

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