Deepavali Date, Time, History, Puja Timings

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Lakshmi Puja and Ganesha Puja will be completed from 6:09 pm to eight:20 pm on November 4.

Diwali is one competition that’s celebrated throughout India. It signifies the victory of sunshine over darkness, good over evil, and hope over despair. Also referred to as Deepavali, folks gentle lamps, diyas, and candles of their houses and outlets to welcome Goddess Lakshmi, who symbolises wealth, fortune, and prosperity. Earlier than Diwali, folks clear their houses to take away damaging vitality and welcome positivity.

Diwali 2021: Date And Puja Timings

In some areas, the competition begins with Govatsa Dwadashi, a day when cows are worshipped. The day after Govatsa Dwadashi is widely known as Dhanteras, which is taken into account an auspicious time for purchases.

This yr, Govatsa Dwadashi will likely be celebrated on November 1. The subsequent day will likely be Dhanteras. Diwali will likely be celebrated on November 4.

Amavasya Tithi will begin at 6:03 am on November Four and proceed until 2:44 am on November 5.

Lakshmi Puja and Ganesha Puja will be completed from 6:09 pm to eight:20 pm on November 4.

In keeping with Drik Panchang, the auspicious time to carry out Diwali Puja is after sundown, referred to as ‘pradosh’. Pradosh Kaal will stay efficient from 5:34 pm to eight:10 pm on November 4.

Diwali Historical past

The competition finds its origin within the Hindu epic Ramayana. When Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after finishing his exile and defeating Ravana, the residents of Ayodhya welcomed him by lighting diyas. His return to Ayodhya symbolises prosperity and happiness, and the day is widely known as Diwali.