Monday, 18 September 2017

Happy Deepawali 2017, Time Date, Lakshmi Puja Vrat and Rituals

Deepawali, or Diwali, is a celebration celebrated by all Hindus to commemorate Lord Rama and his wife, the return of Sita to Ayodhya after his 14-year exile. It was a dark night when they returned for the first time, so their people lit their houses with small lamps (Diyas), so that Rama and Sita could find their way.

Happy Deepawali 2017, Time Date, Lakshmi Puja Vrat and Rituals
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Diwali or Deepawali in India Time and Date

The word "Deepawali" refers to rows of diyas or clay lamps. This is one of the most popular festivals in the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the 15th of Kartika, according to the Hindu calendar. This festival recalls Lord Rama's return to his Ayodhya kingdom after completing his 14-year exile. Most Hindu families adorn their houses and offices with calendula flowers and leaves of ashoka, mango and banana on the Lakshmi puja day. It is considered conducive to keep Mangalik Kalash covered with unpeeled coconut on both sides of the main entrance of the house.

For Lakshmi Pujas preparations, hold a red cloth to the right on a raised platform and install the idols of the goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on her after decorating her with silk clothes and jewelry. After that, it is necessary to keep a cloth of time on the left side on an elevated platform to install the gods of Navgraha. Nine furrows of Akshata (Continuous Rice) should be ready to install Navgraha on the white cloth and prepare sixteen flakes of wheat or wheat flour on the red cloth. Lakshmi Puja should be performed with complete rituals as described in Lakshmi Pooja Vidhi.

Happy Deepawali 2017 Pooja, Diwali Pooja Lakshmi Pooja Vrat and Rituals

On Diwali Day, people should get up early in the morning and pay tribute to their ancestors and worship the gods of the family. As the day of Amavasya, people lead Shradh through their ancestors. Traditionally, most Pooja are made after they have held a fast day of fasting. Therefore, the faithful of the goddess Lakshmi observe a fast day of fasting on the day of Lakshmi Puja. Fasting breaks to Lakshmi Pooja at night.

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