About Diwali Full information in English – Delhi technical hindi blog

About Diwali Full information in English – Delhi technical hindi blog – Diwali 2019

Diwali is a Hindu festival celebrated in India and known to almost everyone. When Lord Shri Ram returned to Ayodhya, people welcomed him with ghee. Dark night became Amavasya lit. Darkness disappeared, that is, the light of knowledge began to spread by eliminating the darkness of ignorance.

That’s why Diwali is also called Prakashotsav. When the Diwali festival comes, many festivals bring together.

Another is to make the light of knowledge in life, then there is no festival more than Diwali for the desire of happiness and prosperity, thus Lakshmi is also worshiped on this occasion. Festivals like Deepdan, Dhanteras, Govardhan Puja, Bhaiya Dooj etc.

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Are celebrated with Diwali. Diwali is a very important festival in all cultural, social, religious and economic aspects. Nowadays, this festival has also forgotten religious discrimination and people of all faiths have begun celebrating it in their own way. Although similar festivals such as Diwali are celebrated around the world, the Diwali Festival is extremely important in India, especially among Hindus.

Diwali and Lakshmi Pooja

This day is highly auspicious for the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi. In order to maintain happiness and prosperity at home and to keep Mother Lakshmi stable, Mother Lakshmi must worship in Lagna Stagant (Taurus Lagna Stagant Lagna) during the Bradush period after sunset after Mother Lakshmi is spent all day. The time of lagna and muhurta must be seen by location.

Diwali festival 2019 date and timeing

  • Diwali 2019
  • October 27
  • Lakshmi Pooja Mohorta: 18:42 to 20:11
  • Bradush Cal – 17:36 to 20:11
  • Bull Period: 18:42 to 20:37
  • Start date of Amavasya – 12:23 (27 October)
  • Date of Amavasya – 09:08 (28 October)

Hanuman Chalisa recited at the festival / Duchihara and Lakshmi and Vishnu honored on the oyster clock in Dipawali.

About Diwali Full information in English - Delhi technical hindi blog
About Diwali Full information in English – Delhi technical hindi blog

The new month of October began. Many important festivals will come this month. Navratri being at the beginning of the month will be the end of the month of Diwali. According to PT. Manish Sharma, Jyotishacharya of Ujjain, knows the auspicious works that can be done on special dates in October …

Vinayake Chaturthi is on Wednesday, October 2. On this date, fasting is observed for Lord Ganesha.

Durga Ashtami on Sunday, October 6. Many people do special worship to the goddess of their families on this date. Mahagauri form of goddess Durga is worshiped on this day.

Durga Navami on Monday, October 7. Goddess Siddhidatri worshiped on this day. Also some people worship Cole on this date.

Vijayadashami is on Tuesday, October 8. Rama Ravana was killed on this date in Trita Yucca. On this day Ravana was burned. In Docehra, worship Hanuman, supreme devotee of Shri Ram, and recite Hanuman Chalisa.

It is Papankusha of Ekadashi on Wednesday, October 9. The fast of Lord Vishnu is observed on this date.

Sharad Purnima on Sunday, October 13. It is also called Kogajari Purnima. Regarding this history, it is believed that the goddess Lakshmi visits the Earth on the night of the full moon and asks who is awake, which is why she is called Kogari Purnima.

Goddess Lakshmi must be worshiped on this day.

On Thursday, October 17, Maharaja Suhagins is Karva Chauth. On this day, women perform a special worship for Karva Chuth Mata, wishing her husband a long life and good health and good luck. They remain without water all day and after eating the lunar darshan at night food and water.

It’s Rama Ekadashi on Thursday 24 October. On this date, Lord Vishnu and its forms are particularly worshiped. Fasting.

The five-day festival will begin on Friday 25 October. Dhanteras on Friday. On this day, Lord Danuantari is worshiped with Mahalakshmi.

On Saturday, October 26, there is Narak Chaturdashi. The Lord will serve Yamraj this day.

On Sunday, October 27, Mahaplaksh is worshiped as Mahaparva Deepawali. On Sunday night, along with the goddess Lakshmi, Lord Vishnu painted a shell on the right side. If you use mixed saffron milk, it will be very auspicious.

Govardhan Pooja is on Monday, October 28. Giraj is worshiped on this day.

Mangalavar is Bhai Dog on October 29. It is believed that on this date, Yamraj comes to meet his sister Yamuna. This festival is dedicated to brothers and sisters.

Vinayake Chaturthi is on Thursday, October 31. On this day, Ganesha is worshiped and fasted for him.

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