On the event of Vat Purnima, ladies save a quick of three days for their spouses, as Savitri did

Vat Purnima

Vat Purnima

Vat Purnima in English means a full moon connected with the banyan tree. It is a Hindu celebration celebrated stringently in the Northern and Western Indian states Maharashtra, Goa, and Gujarat.

The time of the celebration is seen more than three days, typically the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth days in the long stretch of Jestha (May-June)

Ladies notice a quick and tie strings around a banyan tree and petition God for the prosperity of their spouses.

Purnima is a Hindu festival saw by wedded ladies in Nepal, North India and in the Western Indian provinces of Maharashtra, Goa, Kumaon, Gujarat.