Also called Sankata Hara Chaturthi is a favorable day devoted to Lord Ganesha. This day is seen in each Lunar month of Hindu schedule month on the fourth day of Krishna Paksha (dim lunar stage or the winding down phase). If this Chaturthi falls on a Tuesday it is called Angaraki Sankashti Chaturthi. Angaraki Sankashti Chaturthi is considered profoundly imperative among all Sankashti Chaturthi days.
On this day, the enthusiasts observe strict fast. They break the fast around evening time in the wake of having darshan/favorable sight of the moon went before by supplications to Lord Ganesha. The Angaraki Chaturthi (angarak in Sanskrit implies red like copying coal ambers and alludes to the planet Mars, on whom Tuesday is named after) Devotees trust their desires would be satisfied in the event that they ask on this day. Observeing this fast is accepted to lessen your issues as Lord Ganesha symbolizes the expulsion of all hindrances and preeminent ruler of insight. Before moonlight the Ganapati Atharvasheersha is recounted to summon the endowments of Lord Ganesha. Amid every month, Lord Ganesha is worshiped with an alternate name and peeta (situate). On the Sakashta Chaturthi day of every month, the \'Sankashta Ganapathi Pooja\' petition is performed. Each \"Vratha\" (strict fast) has a reason and is disclosed to us by a story known as the \'Vratha Katha\'. This supplication offering has 13 Vratha Kathas, one for every month and the thirteenth story is for \"adhika\" (The Hindu timetable has one additional month at regular intervals). The uniqueness of this Vratha is that the story relating to that