Sathi Osha Odia 2022 – Sasthi Puja Wallpapers, Book, Gita, Images Download
Sathi Osha (Odia: ) is a traditional Odia festival that takes place every year just two days after Ganesh Chaturthi. Sathi Dusei Osha or Sathi Osha are other names for this festival.
Shashti Devi is a Hindu folk goddess who guards children. Shathi Devi is worshipped as the birth Devi in Odisha. People in Odisha used to worship Sathi Devi at home on the sixth day of a baby’s birth, which is a little different from this Osha.
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Why was Sathi Osha Celebrated?
Sathi Devi/Sathi Dusei is the Goddess of children, according to odia rituals. So mothers prayed to Sathi Mata for the well-being of their children.
Sathi puja is also performed after the birth of a newborn baby. On the sixth day after the birth of a newborn baby, family members worshipped Sathi mata to protect their child from all types of obstacles in life.
Sathi Osha or Sasthi Puja Vidhi 2022
- Odisha’s traditional festival is Sathi Osha. It is observed in the month of Bhadrav, two days after Ganesh Charthurti.
- The houses were thoroughly cleaned the day before the Sathi Puja. Also cleans the Curry stone (Sila-Pua) in preparation for making the goddess idol on it.
- The ladies take a holy bath very early in the morning, and then they carve goddess idols out of curry stone. They use turmeric paste to create a human-like structure on the sila and a baby-like structure on the pua. Clamshell is used to make the body parts (kaudi). On Goddesses, some people may use silver eye structures and imitation jewellery.
- The goddess was then decorated with six different types of flowers, as well as shrubs and herbs such as Bajramuli, Colocasia, and Balunga, which are required for this puja.
- They then served prasad of dhup, dipa, and fruits.
- After offering the fruits, they prepared the foods/Prasad/bhog, which included rice, mixed vegetable curry, mixed bhaja (stir-fried vegetables), Chakuli Pitha (rice pancake), and so on.
- They presented everything to the Goddess and sang the Sathi Osha folk song. The morning Puja was then completed.