Parshuram Jayanti 2020: Parshuram Jayanti Date, Time and Significance

Parshuram Jayanti 2020: Parshuram the sixth Vishnu incarnation is the epitome of parental bravery and devotion. Parashuram Jayanti is celebrated at Tritiya tithi of Vaishakh Shukla Paksha. Some of the officials has also shared their Parshuram Jayanti 2020 wishes on social media platforms. Make the occasion more special by sending Parshuram Jayanti 2020 wishes to your loved ones. Check out some Parshuram Jayanti 2020 wishes here and also this article provides information about Parshuram Jayanti Date, Parshuram Jayanti 2020 Time, and Parshuram Jayanti 2020 Significance.    

Updated: Apr 25, 2020 18:12 IST

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Niranjani Jesentha Kumari P

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Parshuram Jayanti 2020 Time:

This year, according to Drik Panchang, Tritiya Tithi will commence at 11.51 am (April 25) and end at 01.22 pm (April 26). 

Now let's see some of the Parshuram Jayanti 2020 warm wishes shared by the officials on their twitter page.

On this Parshuram Jayanti 2020 occasion Vijay Inder Singla, Education, and PWD Minister, Punjab Government shares his warm wishes through twitter.

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Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot also shares his heartfelt wishes to the people on this Parshuram Jayanti 2020 occasion.

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Karamjit Singh Rintu, Mayor of Punjab took to his Twitter page to wish everyone on this Parshuram Jayanti 2020 occasion.

He tweeted:

Parshuram Jayanti 2020 Wishes:

Want to send Parshuram Jayanti 2020 wishes to your loved ones? Here are some lovely wishes

  • May lord Parshuram fulfill all your wishes and give a happy life. Jay Shree Parshuram!

  • Happy Lord Parshuram Jayanti to you and your family. God bless

  • May Lord Parshuram bless you and your family! Greetings on Parshuram Jayanti

  • Happy Parashuram Jayanti

  • Wishing You a Very Happy Parshuram Jayanti!

Parshuram Jayanti 2020 Significance:

Parshuram Jayanti has paramount importance in the Hindu faith. One must take a bath on this day and offer prayers to Lord Parashuram. It refers to the blessing of opulence. It also brings merely in behaviour. Lord Parashurama lives on earth, in the form of the incarnation of Lord Vishnu Lord Hanuman and Ashwatthama, according to Hindu beliefs.