All About God Days in Weeks & Its Significance in Life


Gods and Days of the Week

According to the Hindu pantheon, each day of the week is represented by a particular god. Many Hindus believe in worshipping different gods in different weeks to please their deities and get the god’s blessing. The devotion of the followers is such that every day has its own set of rituals and ways of worshipping and honouring the Gods. Curious to know what the hype is about? Then scroll down to find out which day is devoted to which Deity, as well as the rituals.

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Sunday: The Day Of Lord Sun

According to Hindu Pantheon, Sunday is known as Raviwar, and it is dedicated to Lord Surya (Sun). Lord Surya is a significant figure in Hindu mythology. Lord Sun devotes, believes, bestows life, health, and wealth on Earth. Besides, Lord Sun is regarded as the one who presents good health, positivity, and the healing of skin diseases on his devotees.

Ritual To Follow:

Before worshipping Lord Surya on Sundays, make sure you thoroughly clean your body and the area around you. After cleaning your home, take a bath early in the morning and chant the Gayatri Mantra: ‘Om Bhur Bhuvah Svaha Tat Savitur Varenyam Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat.‘ Now, apply sandalwood paste mixed with Roli (Kumkum) to your forehead while worshipping Lord Surya. Moreover, on this day, you may also keep fast. As part of the ritual, you should only eat once during the day, and it must be before sunset. Make sure that the food you eat does not contain garlic, onions, or salt.


Monday: The Day Of Lord Shiva

The day Monday is also named Somwar by Hindus, and it is a day to praise Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is said to be easily satisfied. As a result, many people offer Upvaas on Monday. Those who practice fasting and eat only once receive the blessing of Lord Shiva. Moreover, many people visit Lord Shiva shrines and perform pujas, especially the Ardhanarishwara puja.

The mantra ‘Om Namah Shivaya’ is also chanted on this day. Unmarried women who follow the Vrat get good husbands. Others observe it to have a stable and healthy family life. Upvaas, or fasting, is primarily practised in Hinduism to fulfil a vow. Upvas is also known as ‘Vrats’. However, the word ‘vrat’ has a broader sense and is not limited to fasting for material or other benefits.

Rituals To Follows:

Devotees believe that the lord shiva is easily pleased, and thus, he is known as Bholenath, the one who is supreme and innocent like a child.

Bath early morning and wear clean white or light-coloured clothes to worship Lord Shiva on Monday. Then, give a bath with Gangajal and cold ice-cold raw milk to Shivlinga, Lord Shiva’s mysterious idol. Finally, apply sandalwood paste, white flowers, and Bael leaves on the Shivling as you chant Om Namah Shivaya’.


Tuesday: The Day Of Lord Hanuman

Do you know which god is worshipped on Tuesday? According to the Hindu language, Tuesday is also known as Mangalwar, and it is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Lord Hanuman, is also an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Many devotees assume that Lord Hanuman eliminates one’s life barriers and fears, and thus they pray to Lord Hanuman and often practice fasting on this day.

Rituals To Follow:

Start your day by waking up early in the morning, and bathe and wear clean clothing. Give Lord Surya Arghya and sing Hanuman Chalisa. Give red flowers and light a Diya while singing Hanuman Chalisa (lamp). Lord Hanuman may also be offered sindoor to receive more blessings. Give red and orange flowers also.


Wednesday: The Day Of Lord Ganesha

Often, many people wonder which god is worshipped on Wednesday?

The day Wednesday is also known as Budhwar, and Lord Ganesh, a God for intellect, learning, and arts, is devoted to this day. He is often believed to cast negativity and challenges away from the life of his devotees. Hindus adore Lord Ganesha always before starting any new chapter in their life, be it a job, marriage, career, etc. In addition to this, people also worship Lord Vitthal, who is believed to be Lord Vishnu’s reincarnation.

Rituals To Follows:

You may offer Milk, white and yellow roses, bananas, and sweets to worship Lord Ganesha. Ensure that you placed the offerings on a clean banana leaf. ‘Om Ganeshaye Namah’ can be chanted. Lord Ganesha is happy with the sweets and sindoor offerings (a kind of sweet).


Thursday: The Day Of Lord Vishnu

Thursday is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Guru Brihaspati, the Guru of the God of Lords, and Guru Guru in Hindi. Sai Baba is worshipped by men in Sai temples. Guru Brihaspati believes devotees rule Jupiter and this day. Lord Vishnu’s worship is supposed to offer marital happiness this day and eliminate tension within its kin.

Rituals To Follows:

To please lord Vishnu and Brihaspati you should light Diya under the banana tree and add kumkum to its stems. Ghee, milk, yellow blossoms, and jaggery are also offered to the gods. Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta reciting can be very helpful to you. Also, ‘Om Jai Jagdish Hare’ can be chanted.


Friday: The Day Of Shukra

The day Friday is frequently known as Shukravar, and Shukra is the deity Mahalakshmi, Durga, and Annapurneshwari. As per Hindu Mythology, these three deities have great significance. Devotees believe that quick observing and adoring the three Gods on this day will bring prosperity, richness, positiveness, and happiness to their lives.

Rituals To Follow:

On this day, devotees should bathe and praise the gods early in the morning with white flowers and offerings. To seek Goddesses’ blessings, people can quickly observe and give jaggery, chickpeas, ghee, and milk items (except yogurt). Ensure that you must not eat anything that consists of salt, garlic, and onions in cooked meals. Food should be eaten after sunset only.


Saturday: The Day Of Lord Shani

Lord Shani is dedicated to Saturday, also called Shaniwar (Saturn). It is said that Lord Shani is the one who either rewards or punishes one as per his/her actions. The delivery of Karma can be known. People who trust in astrology usually observe the day. We are told that worshipping Lord Shani will bring fortune and blessings in the form of gladness, riches, and peace from Lord Shani on this day.

Rituals To Follow:

One can watch Lord Shani this day and escape obstacles of any sort. Under the Peepal and Shami tree, you may enlighten Diya to adore Lord Shani. Offer alms to those in need of support and volunteer. On this day, you will be able to offer Lord Shani black mustard, dhoop, deep, panchamrit, and flowers. Furthermore, after you worship the deity, perform Shani Aarti.


Wrapping Words:

According to Hindu Belief, different faces are given to a different type of God. Different forms of God are granted to reverence in Hindu Dharma. Furthermore, on certain days a follower or a devotee is able to satisfy certain doses in his stars by diligent puja and devotion to God.