Chhath Puja is also a popular Hindu festival. It is celebrated in many parts of India such as Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. This festival is also celebrated in countries like Nepal and Mauritius. This festival is celebrated by Bhojpuri and Maithali people. This festival is celebrated on the sixth day of the month of Kartik. This festival usually falls in October-November. This festival is celebrated for four days.
This festival is also known as Dala Chhath. Sunrise is established in this festival. This festival is celebrated with the belief that on this day Surya Dev will fulfill the wishes of the people. This festival is associated with devotion to the Sun God. Sun God is also considered the source of life on earth. This festival is celebrated as a thank to the Sun God giving energy to the Earth. Chhath Maiya is also worshiped along with the Sun God on this day.
To celebrate this festival, devotees gather on the river, ponds and ghats. On this day, devotees bathe in these river, ponds. On this day, Prasad is made on the soil. On this festival, after bathing people, this festival is celebrated by worshiping the sun god and the Chhath maiya. On this day, there is also filthy, in which people make a lot of purchases and children swing big and buy toys for themselves.