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The Purnima on the day of Shukla Paksha in the Kartik month is known as Kartik Purnima. Kartik Purnima
is also known as Tripuri Purnima and Ganga Snan.Hindus celebrate it as a day when God incarnated
himself as 'Matsya' or Fish.Kartik Purnima is considered as an auspicious day according to Hindu
mythology. It is considered to be day of Lord Shiva, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, Lord Angira and Lord Sun.
A person involving in baths, charity, donation etc on this day receives fruitful results. Shri Satyanarayana
story is read on this day and lamps are lit on intersections, under Peepal trees, in temples etc. Prayers
offered on each Purnima beginning from Kartik Purnima give positive results.
Kartik Purnima is a holy festival for the Hindu and the Jains. Known by different names like Tripuri
Purnima and Tripurari Purnima, the day is widely celebrated in different parts of India. It is also closely
linked with Prabodhini Ekadashi.Celebrated on the fifteenth lunar day in the month of Kartik, Kartik
Purnima is a holy festival for the Hindu and the Jain community. Known by different names like Tripuri
Purnima and Tripurari Purnima, the day is widely observed in different parts of India.Kartik Purnima has
a long and rich history as it is commonly believed that the day borrows its name from Tripurari, an
enemy of the ogre Tripurasura. For those who aren’t aware, Tripurari is another form of god Shiva and
the story goes that on Kartik Purnima, Shiva had killed Tripurasura.
Tripurasuraha, which is a collective name given to three demons Vidyunmali, Tarakaksha and Viryavana
had the entire world in their control after vanquishing the gods and creating Tripura, three cities in
space. On this particular day, lord Shiva had killed the demons with a single arrow. This deed had
impressed the gods so much that it was declared as a festival of illumination, and hence it is also known
as Dev-Diwali or Diwali for the gods.Kartik Purnima has other references as well. It is the day of M