Diwali 2019 | Deepavali 2019 dates

Diwali (Deepavali), the festival of lights in Hinduism, is the most celebrated festival. Diwali 2019 date is October 27. This five-day festival is celebrated throughout India on Kartik Amavasya, No Moon day in Kartik month. According to North Indian calendars, it falls on Kartik Amavasya (Kartik Krishna Trayodashi to Kartik Shukla Dwitiya) whereas in Amavasyant calendars […]

Choti Diwali 2019 | Narak Chaturdashi

Choti Diwali, also known as Narak Chaturdashi, is the day before Diwali festival. In 2019, Choti Diwali date is October 27. This festival is considered as Small Diwali as on this day crackers are burst in small scale. All preparations for Diwali are done on Choti Diwali day. Devotees clean their houses and Rangoli designs […]

Shyama Puja 2019 | Goddess Shyama Puja on Diwali in Bengal

Shyama Puja, also known as Kali Puja or Mahanisha, is the popular puja observed on Diwali in Bengal, Orissa, and Assam. In 2019, Shyama Puja date is October 27. On the same day other states of India celebrate Lakshmi Puja. On this festive day, devotees worship Goddess Shyama (Kali Mata) in ritualistic manner. Tantric puja […]

Labh Pancham 2018 | Laakheni Panchami | Saubhagya Panchami

Labh Pancham (Laakheni Panchami, Saubhagya Panchami) is the final day of Diwali festival. In 2018, Labh Pancham date is November 12. It is observed on Panchami, fifth day during Kartik month. Labh Pancham is considered as an auspicious day to perform or start business activities. On this day, businessmen open their accounts after performing Lakshmi […]

Diwali Amavasya 2018 | Deepavali Amavasya

Diwali Amavasya is the No Moon day which falls during Deepavali. In 2018, Diwali Amavasya date is November 7. It is Ashwin Amavasya in Telugu, Kannada, Marathi & Gujarati calendars. As per North Indian Hindu calendars, it is Kartik Amavasya. Diwali Amavasya is the last day in Ashwin Month as per some calendars mentioned above. It […]

Sthira Lagna Muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Puja 2018

Sthira Lagna Muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Puja 2018 – Vrishabha Kaal Lagna Muhurat, Simha Kaal Lagna Muhurat or Kumbha Lagna Muhurat are the Sthira Lagna Muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Puja.. For 7 November 2018, here are the timings for Sthira Lagna Muhurthams for Lakshmi Puja.. Kumbha Lagna Muhurat Timings – None Vrishabha Lagna Muhurat Timings […]

Diwali Lakshmi Puja 2018 Time, Muhurat

Diwali Lakshmi Puja Time on 7 November 2018 is given here for all Indian cities. Pradosh Kaal, Nishita Kaal, Maha Nishita Kaal, Vrishabha Lagna, Simha Lagna & Karka Lagna are the auspicious muhurat for Lakshmi Puja on Deepavali. Diwali Lakshmi Pooja Muhurat is given for all these cities here…. Jammu, Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir), Chandigarh, […]

Diwali Aarti Time 2018 | Timings for Deepavali Harathulu

Diwali Aarti Time 2018 (Timings for Deepavali Harathulu) is given here. In 2018, Diwali date is November 7 and Naraka Chaturdashi is on November 6. Most of the people perform Diwali Aarti on Naraka Chaturdashi as Amavasya is not preferable for taking Aarti. Hence, for most of the communities, Deepavali Aarti date is November 6. […]

Kali Puja 2020 | Mahanisha Puja 2020 date

Kali Puja (Mahanisha Puja) is one of the most celebrated festivals in Bengal. It is observed during Diwali festival. In 2020, Kali Puja date is November 14. During Kali Puja, Goddess Shakti is worshipped in the form of Maha Kali. Devotees believe that on this day, Goddess Maha Kali is appeared along with 64,000 Yoginis. […]

Kedareshwar Vrata 2018 | Kedareshwar Puja on Deepavali Amavasya

Kedara Gauri Vrata or Kedareshwara Gowri Vratham is an observance to perform on Diwali Amavasya. In 2018, Kedara Gauri Vratam date is November 7. Usually, on the day of Kedara Vratam, married women or married couple worships Kedareshwara, Lord Shiva. Kedareshwara is another name of Lord Shiva. In some places, Kedara Gauri Vratam is observed […]

Tihar 2019 in Nepal

Tihar (Yama Panchak) is a five-day festival celebrated in Nepal after Dashain festival. In 2019, Tihar in Nepal starts on October 25 and ends on October 29. It is celebrated in Kartik month as per Nepali calendar. On five days of Tihar, five special rituals are performed. Kag Puja, Kukur Puja, Gai Puja, Govardhan Puja, […]

Bhagini Hasta Bhojanam on Yama Dwitiya during Diwali

Bhagini Hasta Bhojanam is a popular ritual observed in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu on Yama Dwitiya (Bhatru Ditya) during the last day of Diwali festival. In 2019, Bhagini Hasta Bhojanam date is October 29. It marks the end of five-day Deepavali festival. Bhagini means sister and Hasta bhojanam means to take meals cooked […]

Bhatru Dwitiya

Bhatru Dwitiya is a famous tradition celebrated on the second day after Deepavali. In 2018, Bhatru Dwitiya date is November 9. This day is celebrated as Bhai Dooj or Bhau Beej in Maharashtra, Gujarat, and other North Indian states, and as Bhai Phonta in Bengal and Assam and as Bhai Tika in Nepal. On this day, sisters offer meals with special recipes […]

Narak Chaturdasi, Kali Choudas, Roop Choudas – Second Day of Diwali Festival

Narak Chaturdasi, also known as Kali Choudas and Roop Choudas, is observed on the Chaturdashi day in dark fortnight or Krishna Paksha during Ashwin month as per Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh calendars. It falls in Kartik month as per North Indian Hindi calendars. Narak Chaturdashi 2019 date is October 26. It is also […]

Diwali, Festival of Lights (Deepavali)

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Diwali (Deepavali), the festival of lights, is the most celebrated Hindu festival in India and even in USA, UK, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, etc.. Diwali is a five-day festival celebrated throughout the country on Kartik Amavasya, No Moon day in Kartik month. It falls in Ashwin month (Ashwayuja masam) in Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, and Telugu calendars. Diwali 2018 […]

Chopda Pujan 2019 | Diwali Chopda Puja | Sharda Pujan | Muhurat Pujan

Chopda Pujan, also known as Sharda Pujan or Muhurat Pujan, is an important ritual during Diwali in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and some other Western parts and North Indian states in India. In 2019, Chopda Pujan date is October 27. On this day, business people perform puja of account books and close their old accounts and […]

Diwali 2018 | Deepavali 2018

Diwali (Deepavali), the festival of lights, is the most celebrated Hindu festival. Diwali 2018 date is November 7. This five-day festival is celebrated throughout India on Kartik Amavasya, No Moon day in Kartik month. According to North Indian calendars, it falls on Kartik Amavasya (Kartik Krishna Trayodashi to Kartik Shukla Dwitiya) whereas in Amavasyant calendars (Marathi, Gujarati, […]

Diwali Puja Thali Decoration Ideas – How to decorate Diwali Pujan Thali

How to decorate Diwali Puja Thali? Here you can read Diwali Puja Thali decoration Ideas. Diwali Lakshmi Puja and Ganesh pujan are most important aspects of Diwali festival. People all over the world offer prayers to goddess of wealth and god of wisdom to seek prosperity and wisdom. The Lakshmi-Ganesh pujan involves all the members of […]

Deepavali Asthanam 2017 at Tirumala Tirupati Temple

Every year the Deepavali Asthanam is held at Srivari Temple on Amavasya day of Ashviyuja month on Ocrober 19. As a result of the celestial event is organised at the Bangaru Vakili in the sanctum all the arjita sevas like Kalyanotsavam, Tiruppavada seva, Unjal seva, Arjita Brahmotsavam and Vasantatotsavam were cancelled. However the Tomala and […]

Ashokastami 2018 | Ashokashtami during Basant Navratri

Ashokastami or Ashok Ashtami festival is observed on Chaitra Shukla Ashtami day on which Durgashtami is also observed during Basant Navratri. In 2018, Ashokastami date is March 24. This festival is mainly celebrated in Orissa, Bengal, Tripura and some other parts of Eastern India. Ashokastami festival is celebrated with utmost gaiety and much pomp in […]