Abhyanga Snana Time 2019 during Diwali | Narak Chaturdashi Abhyanga Snan Muhurat

Abyanga Snana time 2019 during Diwali on 27|28 October 2019 is mentioned here for almost all Indian cities. Abhyanga Snana means ritual bath to be performed on Narak Chaturdasi or Diwali festival day. In India, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Singapore & Malaysia Narak Chaturdasi Abhyanga Snan date is October 27. In USA, UK and Canada […]

Naraka Chaturdashi Mantras: Stotras, Slokas to chant during Narak Chaturdashi Snan

Narak Chaturdashi is the second day of 5-day Diwali festival. It is also called as Choti Diwali. Kali Chaudas Puja is observed on Naraka Chaturdashi. Narak Chaturdashi Snan is considered as the most auspicious ritual to perform on this day. Narak Chaturdasi 2019 date is October 26. It is believed that this festival marks the […]

Narak Chaturdasi Pujan | Naraka Chaturdashi Pooja

Narak Chaturdashi, also known as Choti Diwali, is the most auspicious day during Diwali festival as it is the day during which demon Narakasura was demolished by Lord Krishna. As per the Puranas, those who perform bath ritual before sunrise would get rid of Yam lok darshan. They will not get Narak praptthi. ‘Apamarga Prokshana’ […]

Roop Chaudash 2019 | Soundarya Siddhi Divas, Roop Chaturdashi

Roop Chaudash, Roop Chaturdashi, is the second day of 5-day Diwali festival in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. In 2019, Roop Chaudash date is October 26. Roop Chaturdashi Puja is also observed as Soundarya Siddhi Divas. This day is celebrated as Kali Choudash and Hanuman Puja in Gujarat, and Naraka Chaturdashi and Choti […]

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 […]

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 […]

Abhyanga Snana on Diwali | Ritual bath during Deepavali

Abhyanga Snana (ritual bath) is an important ritual to observe during Diwali festival. In some places, it is also observed during Narak Chaturdasi day. In 2019, Abhyanga Snana during Diwali date is October 25, October 26 and October 27. In many places, Abhyanga Snana is observed on Narak Chaturdashi, Diwali and Bali Pratipada. It is […]

Kali Chaudas Puja during Diwali Festival in Gujarat

Kali Chaudas (Kali Choudash Puja) is observed on the 14th day in Ashwin month mainly in Gujarat. In 2017, Kali Chaudas date is October 18. This is the second day of Diwali festival. It is observed on the day before Diwali and the day after Dhanteras. Goddess Kali is worshipped on Kali Chaudas day. Diwali […]

Naraka Chaturdashi Mantras – Stotras or Slokas to chant during Narak Chaturdashi Snan

Naraka Chaturdashi Mantras, Stotras or Slokas to chant during Narak Chaturdashi Snan are given here.. Narak Chaturdashi is the second day of 5-day Diwali festival. It is also called as Choti Diwali. Kali Chaudas Puja is observed on Naraka Chaturdashi. Narak Chaturdashi Snan is considered as the most auspicious ritual to perform on this day. […]

Diwali 2013, Deepavali 2013 date

Diwali Diya

Diwali 2013, Diwali 2013 date, Deepavali 2013, Deepavali 2013 date. In 2013, Diwali festival begins on 31 October, ends on 5 November 2013. Diwali 2013 date is November 3. Diwali is the festival of lights and the most celebrated Hindu festival throughout the world. Also known as Deepavali, Divvela Panduga, Diwali is observed on Amavasya […]

Narak Chaturdasi, 12 November 2012

Today, 12 November 2012 is Narak Chaturdasi. It is believed that on this day, demon Narakasura was killed by Lord Krishna & the Goddess. Narak Chaturdasi, also known as Choti Diwali, is the second day of Diwali festival. Narak Chaturdasi is also celebrated as Kali Choudas in Gujarat, Roop Chaudas in Rajasthan and Hanuman Jayanti […]

Diwali (Deepavali), the festival of lights: Diwali Festival

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 2012 date […]

25 October 2011, Kali Chaudas, Narak Chaturdasi, Roop Choudas

Today, 25 October 2011 is Kali Chaudas, Narak Chaturdasi (Chota Diwali) and Roop Choudas. It is the 2nd day of five-day Diwali festival celebrations. Hanuman Puja is also observed on this day in Gujarat and some other Western regions of India. Kali Chaudas (Kali Choudash Puja) falls on 14th day in Krishna Paksha of Ashwin […]