Yama Dvitiya 2019 | Yam Dwitiya

Yama Dvitiya or Yam Dwitiya is the last day of five-day Diwali celebrations. In 2019, Yama Dwitiya date is October 29. Yam Dwitiya is also called as Bhai Dhooj or Bhai Bij or Bhai Beej. In South India, it is called as Yama Dwitiya. Legend of Yama Dwitiya is associated with the God of death […]

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, […]

Exact Time for Diwali Lakshmi Puja | Deepavali Laxmi Pooja Muhurat

Exact time or Shubh Muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Puja may differ from region to region. Diwali Laxmi Puja 2019 date is October 27. To perform Lakshmi Puja on Deepavali, Pradosh kaal, Nishit kaal and Mahanishita Kaal are very auspicious timings. These muhurats may vary day by day, but during Diwali 2019, Pradosh kaal is between […]

Diwali 2014, Deepavali 2014 date

Diwali or Deepavali is the most celebrated festival in India. In 2014, Diwali date is October 23. Diwali festival is a five-day celebration which begins with Dhanteras (Dhan Trayodasi). The second day of Diwali is Narak Chaturdasi (Roop Chaudas / Kali Chaudas). Third day of the festival is main Diwali (Deepavali). Bali Pratipada (Govardhan Puja) […]

Ethnic Dresses For Diwali 2011

Diwali, the festival of lights, is also the festival for new dresses. According to Indian textile market, Diwali is the biggest season for them to sell ethnic dresses. On Diwali, people like to wear ethnic dresses. Women wear – Sarees, Ghagra Cholis, Kurthis, Chudidaars, etc.. Men wear Kurtha Pyzamas, Kurhta and Dhoti, Sherwani, etc..