Every month, the fourth coming in the Lunar phase is called the Sankashti Chaturthi. It is believed that on this day all the miseries are removed from the worship of Lord Ganesha.
There are two-fourths of the fast of every month. The Chaturthi of Shukla Paksha is called the Sankashti Chaturthi and the fourth part of the Krishna Paksha is called Vinayak Chaturthi.
This time, the Sankashti Chaturthi is on 6th December. Since December is the last month of 2017, in the same way, on December 6, the Sankashti Chaturthi will also be the last glimpse of this year. On this occasion, the astrologer knows Dr. Arvind Mishra, about its importance and the method of worship.
Jyotishcharya says that it is clear from the name of Sankashti Chaturthi that it is all about ending the crisis. Lord Ganesha is worshiped on this day. Jyotishcharya points out that if the Sankashti Chaturthi is on Tuesday, it is considered particularly beneficial. When it falls on Tuesday, it is called Angarki Sankashti Chaturthi. But this time, on December 6, Sankashti Chaturthi is quite auspicious due to Wednesday, because Wednesday is the day of Lord Ganapati.
On this day the devotee’s worship Lord Ganesha with reverence and devotion, all their wishes are fulfilled. All the sufferings of the family are dispelled, distress disappears, and liberation from debt. Visitation of Chaturthi is opened by observing the moon.