Parashurama Jayanti in India in 2025

Parashurama Jayanti in India in 2025
  How long until Parashurama Jayanti?
Parashurama Jayanti
  Dates of Parashurama Jayanti in India
2025 Apr 29
HaryanaTue, Apr 29Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshTue, Apr 29Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshTue, Apr 29Regional Holiday
RajasthanTue, Apr 29Regional Holiday
2024 May 10
GujaratFri, May 10Regional Holiday
HaryanaFri, May 10Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshFri, May 10Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshFri, May 10Regional Holiday
PunjabFri, May 10Regional Holiday
RajasthanFri, May 10Regional Holiday
2023 Apr 22
GujaratSat, Apr 22Regional Holiday
HaryanaSat, Apr 22Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshSat, Apr 22Regional Holiday
PunjabSat, Apr 22Regional Holiday
RajasthanSat, Apr 22Regional Holiday
2022 May 3
GujaratTue, May 3Regional Holiday
HaryanaTue, May 3Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshTue, May 3Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshTue, May 3Regional Holiday
PunjabTue, May 3Regional Holiday
RajasthanTue, May 3Regional Holiday
2021 May 14
HaryanaFri, May 14Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshFri, May 14Regional Holiday
JharkhandFri, May 14Regional Holiday
PunjabFri, May 14Regional Holiday
RajasthanFri, May 14Regional Holiday

Parshurama is the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is the son of Renuka and one of the saptarishi Sage Jamadagni

  Which regions observe Parashurama Jayanti in 2025?
National Holiday Regional Holiday Not a public holiday Govt Holiday

When is Parashurama Jayanti?

This regional Indian holiday is observed on 'Akshaya Tritiya' every year. According to the Hindu calendar, the Lord Parshuram's birthday falls on the 'tritiya' (third day) of 'shukla paksha' in the month of 'Vaisakh', which occurs in April or May.

It celebrates the birth anniversary of Parashurama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu in Hinduism.

Traditions of Parashurama Jayanti

According to the legend, Mahishmati Nagri, a region in central India was ruled by the demon king Kiratarjuna and his kingdom of the Kshatriyas.

Goddess Earth was so concerned about the evil deeds of the king, that she asked Lord Vishnu for help. Lord Vishnu said the he would be born as a son to Renuka and Sage Jamadagni and destroy the kingdom. Vishnu reincarnated as the great warrior Parshurama (literally Rama with an Axe) and defeated the king and the Kshatriyas, restoring peace on earth.

This day holds special religious significance for Hindus. Devotees fast from the night before to the day of Parshuram Jayanti. They visit temples and offer worship to Lord Vishnu to seek his blessings. Donating food to Brahmans Is consider very auspicious on this day.

This day is also known as Akshaya Tritiya and is considered good to start or do anything auspicious.

Parashurama may also be known as Rama Jamadagnya , Rama Bhargava and Veerarama in some Hindu texts. Parashurama is worshipped as mool purush, or founder, of the Niyogi Bhumihar Brahmin, Chitpavan, Daivadnya, Mohyal, Tyagi, Anavil and Nambudiri Brahmin communities.

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