The love of Sheetla Maa is done on the Ashtami date of the Krishna Paksha of Archana Chaitra, and after the love, the stale icy nourishment is given to the mother which is called Basauda. The celebration of Shitallatmi in entire of northern India is otherwise called Basauda. The same stale nourishment is eaten on this day. It is trusted that after this day stale sustenance is halted. This celebration is to please Sheetla Maa with the goal that the home can be shielded from the sicknesses that emerge in the late spring days.
As indicated by the conviction, because of this quick, infections like fever, yellow fever, smallpox, antiperspirant ejections, eye issue and so on are likewise evacuated. The Ashtami Sheetala of the Krishna side of Chaitra, Vaishakh, Jyeshtha and Aashad is committed to the love of the goddess. Thus this day is known as Shitallatmi. In the present circumstances, the love of Sheetla Mata is critical as a result of the motivation of tidiness.