Moon, the symbol of purity, tranquility and calmness is considered highly reverend. Celebrating the appearance of moon after Amavasya (New moon day) and adoring it is referred as Chandra Darshan. Devotees fast for the entire day and usually break their fast after viewing the moon.
On this day the Moon holds special significance as it is difficult to spot it, being in the same horizon as Sun.
The God of Moon is considered highly important as per Vedic astrology; and is also worshipped because of its fluctuating trait.
Moon is a symbol of femininity, happiness, beauty, memory and wisdom; true signs to be worshipped.
Chandra Darshan is also attached with the attainment of salvation and attaining blessings for self and family.
All our senses are controlled by the mind and the mind is ruled by the moon. Thus adoring the moon keeps the mind and senses in control.
Worshipping the moon cures the problem of weak eyesight and brings a glow on the face.
This year the Bhadrapada Maas Chandra Darshan falls on the 14th of September, so remember to see it 🙂