Jamai Sasthi 2022: When will celebrate Jamai Sasthi? Details Here

Jamai Sasthi 2022

Jamai Sasthi 2022: The most popular Bengali Hindu festival “Jamai Sasthi” knocking on the door. This year the festival will be celebrated on June 5, 2022, in a few states in India.

Jamai Sasthi is the most popular festival in the Bengali Hindu Community. Every year the day falls on the last week of May or 1st Week of June which is Jaistha Month as per the Bengali Calendar. The day “Jamai Sasthi” is dedicated to the son-in-law of the family. The community that believes in Hindu Religion is very excited to celebrate the day.

Jamai Sasthi 2022 Date and Time

The Bengali word “Jamai” means son-in-law in English. On the other hand, Sasthi means the sixth day of the month. So, the Jamai Sasthi Festival celebrates on the sixth day of the Bengali month “Jaistho” which can be the last week of May or the 1st week of June.

This year, Jamai Sasthi 2022 festival will take place on June 5, 2022, which is the 21st Jaistho 1429 as per the Bengali Calendar. On that day, Bengali Hindu Religion people invite their Jamai (Son-in-law) to their house and offer various types of home-cooked Bengali dishes.

Event NameHindi Festival
Festival DateJune 5, 2022
DaySunday

Significance of Jamai Sasthi

Mother-in-law performs Sasthi Puja on Jamai Sasthi to make Goddess Sasthi happy and pray to her for blessing for the prosperity and good fortune of her daughter and sons-in-law.

On that day, the son-in-law is invited to the house and offers a grand feast of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes prepared by the mother-in-law. Besides this, gifts are also given to the son-in-law on the day.

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