Kathmandu : Every festival is a society, Mithila society. The beauty and attractiveness of the Chhath festival in Mithila society, which has tradition of celebrating it year after year, is remarkable. Chhath Prabha is the most distinguished category in Mithila as a festival society. All castes, communities have celebrated the Chhat festival. There is no gender discrimination, no religion discrimination, no caste discrimination or racial discrimination in the Chhath festival. Similarly, the Muslim community of Mithila region has also offered sacrifices for the Chhath festival. The one who lived in Mithila accepted the glory of the sixth and started celebrating. The sixth festival, as mentioned in the Sun Purana, is celebrated on the eighth day of Shukla. Although various Vedas are mentioned in various Puranas and texts, the importance of the Chhath festival is mentioned in the Treta Yuga, the wife of Atri Rishi, who first performed the ritual of the Chhath festival. As a result, she received unwavering good luck and love for her husband. During the Mahabharat period, Dropadi resolved to stay in Chhath Vrat( fasting ) when he got the State Fitrata. Cheers to the Chhath festival.
It is believed that in the different periods, the occurrence of Chhath has occurred in different ways, but the wife of Anusi Rishiki is believed to have started the Chhath festival by worshiping the sun. By doing this fast, there is the belief that all the suffering of the poor and skin diseases etc. will be relieved. In the center of Mithilanchal, Janakpur, the rooftop of Chhath festival is different. On the day of dusk, the common man who celebrates the sixth festival from midday can be seen on the shores of the lake, lake, river. At present, the sun is vowed with sunshine present at the dill of the family pool, and those who fulfill the vow will bow down to Dinkar and join in the night’s entertainment. The colorful views of the lake on the lake floor provide a feeling of paradise lying on the earth. Chhat festival is considered as a tough festival as it has to be empty stomach from 5th to 7th. Chhat is also termed as a feast of allegiance for three days of non-starvation, since the brittle water is not to be eaten and even the materials prepared for the offerings at the festival have to be made into separate clay stoves. From the morning of the sixth, to the sixth festival, a pagoda, bhusava is prepared for offerings. Besides, it is customary to keep vegetables as radishes, vans and also as offerings. The prasad is kept in a traditional mold made of bamboo. And the sacred pond and the river are kept in a pier filled with decoration and linen. On the evening of the sixth, the third day of the sixth day is accomplished after the woman goes to the pool, pond, river, near the house, and pours the sun. Cheers to the Chhath festival.
Nowadays, the tradition of people celebrating Chhath festival in Mithila area of Nepal has been added to the beauty of the Chhath because of the tradition of staying awake at the river, lake and lake. Even the tradition of celebrating festivals together in the same ghat from the alleged lower community to the upper community has defined Chhath festival as a festival of unity and harmony. Not only in the Mithila region but also in the hilly districts, the prevalence of the festival has confirmed Chhath as a festival of unity and harmony. The number of people who have changed five years ago and even now in the sixth is huge. Even the night stay at the pier makes for a lovely view of the night. The end of the sixth is when the sun rises early in the morning of Saptami. The day of Saptami is also called Paavarna. Although Yadpai Saptami offered sun to the morning, the story of the Chhath festival has also been traditionally shared by the brutish woman in the family and the general public. In this way, the sixth festival has been completed. It is still believed that children born during the sixth festival will receive offspring, cure those suffering from diseases, and even cure leprosy and skin diseases. The sun is considered as a source of vitality. The sixth vow of Mithila is also the source of this vitality, a fascinating spiritual method of worshiping the sun. The great festival of Mithilanchal is a part of the sun-worship tradition of the Sixth Aryans. Cheers to the Chhath festival.