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Budh Puja – Budha Pujan in Shravan Month in Maharashtra

Budh Puja is dedicated to Budh or Mercury – one of the Navgrahas. Budha Pujan is performed on Wednesday or Budhwar. In Shravan Month in Maharashtra, Budh Puja is performed on all Wednesdays.

Budha Puja is considered highly beneficial for students and is believed to help in intellectual powers. The puja is also performed to help in attaining children by couples.

Shravan is one of the holiest months in a traditional Hindu calendar and numerous rituals and pujas are held in the month.



Special pujas dedicated to Lord Shiva are held on Mondays. Mangala Gowri Puja is held on Tuesdays and Brihaspati Puja is held on Thursday.

Wednesday is the dedicated to Budh Navgraha in Hindu religion. Wearing green color clothes on the day is considered to be auspicious.

Donating moong dal (split green gram), ghee and curd on the day will help in keeping out troubles associated with budh graha in life.

For all round prosperity in life, offer green gram to Budh graha on wednesday and later make sweet of it and distribute.