Diwali or Deepavali is the most important festival of Indian people. The festival of Diwali holds great importance for Hindus, in a way the festival of Diwali like the Hindus is the New Year and the beginning of the New Year. Diwali festival is also important because of religious significance. Lord Shri Ram returned to Ayodhya after finishing his exile and conquered Ravana and when Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya, the Hindus had celebrated this day as a festival. Ghee's charms were burnt around and Lord Ram was worshipped. Diwali is falling on 12th November, Sunday.
Significance and Importance of Diwali
This festival of victory of good over evil and victory of truth on untruth always holds considerable religious significance. While the festival of Diwali, on one side is religious importance, on the other hand, this festival is also said to connect society. All the people meet each other by removing their enmity and gossip and become one forever. The festival of Diwali or Deepawali is also very important for making mutual brotherhood. Let us know about the methodology of this festival and about some interesting tales related to this festival.let's know about the methodology of this festival and about some interesting stories related to this festival.
Everybody knows about the festival of Diwali or Deepawali. It is a festival which is celebrated mainly by the Hindus in India. It is one of the most prominent festivals of India. Diwali means illuminating lamps. It is celebrated in the Hindu month of Kartika, which usually comes during October or November. On this day, people celebrate Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile with burning lamps filled with ghee. That night, despite being the night of the new moon, it is completely illuminated because of the thousands of lamps for the reception of God. Vanishing darkness with light is a symbol of eradicating the darkness of ignorance and spreading the light of knowledge and enlightenment. While on one hand, Diwali is a festival which enlightens us, on the other hand, it is also a festival which blesses us with health, happiness and wealth, which is why people also worship Goddess Lakshmi on this day too. That's why Diwali is also called Prakashotsav. The festival of Diwali this year is going to be celebrated on 29th October, Sunday.
Diwali 2024 date: 29th October, Sunday.
2024 Lakshmi Puja Muhurat - 18:54:52 to 20:16:07
Pradosh Kaal - 17:43:11 to 20:16:07
Taurus - 18:42 to 20:37
Amavasya Timing begins - 5:27 PM (28th October, Saturday)
Amavasya Timing ends - 4:18 PM (29th October, Sunday.)
Diwali or Deepawali also brings other festivals with itself such as Deepdan, Dhanteras, Govardhan Pooja, Bhai Duj etc. This is actually a week-long festival.
As a festival, Diwali is very important from the cultural, social, religious and economic point of view. This festival has actually removed all religious discrimination between people and people of all religions celebrate this festival in their own way. This festival brings together people of different cultures, people take the time to meet each other, people who cannot pray for the whole year, this is a point of prayer on this day and in these days one of the poorest of the poor Boom is to save Diwali for the whole year also. Throughout the world, although festivals like Diwali are called by different names, in India, especially, with the Hindus, this festival of Diwali is very important. To make this Diwali 2023 more beneficial for you and your family, consult India’s best astrologers now!
This day is very auspicious to get Goddess of wealth Goddess Lakshmi. For happiness and prosperity in the home, one should fast for the whole day and after sunset, pray for Goddess Lakshmi in the "Sadhargaon" of "Pradosh Kaal". Pooja should be given the right time. According to the place where the worship is being performed, the whole house should be cleaned for the reception of the Goddess.
Along with the worship of Lakshmi Ji at home on the day of Diwali or Deepawali, if Kuber Ji is worshipped then it is said to be quite beneficial. Kuber Ji is the god of wealth and protects wealth. That is why the house should be worshipped on the day of Diwali, Kuber Ji. At the same time, things in this manner are also said that if a lizard is seen in the house or owl outside the house on Diwali, it is also very auspicious. The owl is the vehicle of Lakshmi Ji, so also his worship is done before Diwali. On the day of Diwali, the house is cleaned and worshipped Lord Ganesha and Lakshmi Ji and in the end worshipping Lord Rama is prayed to God that Lakshmi Ji lives in the house for the time to come and happiness in the house Keep calm.
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