Usha Arghya is the fouth and the last day of the Chhath Puja to offer paryers to the rising sun

Usha Arghya, also known as Bihaniya Arghya, is the morning offering made to the Sun God. Once more, the family members and Vrattis congregate early in the morning on the riverbank and wait for the sun to rise. They adore Chhati Maiya while singing. Arghya is presented morning by entering the water as the sun rises. Vrattis break their 36-hour fast by consuming ginger and water upon returning from the Ghat. Subsequently, delicious cuisine is cooked and served to the Vratti. We refer to this as Paran. In this manner the four-day Chhath Puja comes to an end.