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Diwali 2019

Diwali 2019
Diwali 2019


Diwali or say Deepawali is a festival of Hindus celebrated in India about which almost everyone knows. On Lord Shri Ram's return to Ayodhya, people welcomed him with ghee. The night of Amavasya also became illuminating. The darkness disappeared, that is, that the light of knowledge began to spread by eliminating the darkness of ignorance. That's why Diwali is also called Prakashotsav. When the festival of Diwali comes, it brings many festivals together. Another is to bring the light of knowledge into life, then there is no festival more than Diwali for the desire of happiness and prosperity, hence Lakshmi is also worshiped on this occasion. Festivals like Deepdan, Dhanteras, Govardhan Puja, Bhaiya Dooj, etc. are celebrated along with Diwali. Diwali is a very important festival in all respects from cultural, social, religious, economic. Presently, this festival has also forgotten religious discrimination and people of all religions have started celebrating it in their way. Although similar festivals like Diwali are celebrated all over the world, the festival of Diwali is very important in India, especially among Hindus.

Diwali and Lakshmi Puja

This day is considered very auspicious to get the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi. To maintain happiness and prosperity in the house and to keep Mother Lakshmi stable, Mother Lakshmi should be worshiped in the Stagnant Lagna (Taurus Lagna is considered as Stagnant Lagna) during the Pradosh period after sunset after keeping fast of Mother Lakshmi throughout the day. The time of Lagna and muhurta should be seen according to the place.
Take guidance from India's best astrologers to make the festival more special.

Diwali 2019: Diabetes patients can likewise eat these 5 desserts 

You have regularly heard the specialist encouraging diabetes patients to avoid desserts. Sweet nourishment can be hazardous for individuals with diabetes. Changing ways of life have expanded this threat considerably further. Notwithstanding, on the celebration like Diwali, there are additionally desserts in the market which are without sugar and can be tasted. Give us a chance to educate you regarding a few desserts that can break down the sweetness in your Diwali.

Rare Yoga is being made on Diwali, Dwadashi date on the morning of 25 October and Dhanteras in the evening

Life Mantra Desk. This year, rare dates are being formed on Deepavali with dates. Dwadashi will be on the morning of 25 October and Dhanteras in the evening. On the 26th of the Panchang distinction, Roop will be fourteen. On 27th October too, Roop will be fourteen in the morning and Deepavali will be celebrated only on 27th day, due to Pradosh Kaal Amavasya being in the night.

According to Pt. Ramachandra Sharma Vedic, President of Madhya Pradesh Astrology and Scholars Council, this year Kartik Krishna Dwadashi is on October 25 at 7.09 pm. After this, the festival of Dhanteras will be celebrated. There will be no festival on 26 October. In some almanac, Roop Chaudas will remain on this day. On 26th, the Trayodashi date will remain till 3.46 pm. On October 27, the sunrise is Chaturdashi date which will remain till 12.22 pm. After this, the Amavasya Tithi will start which will last till 9.07 am on October 28.

Deepavali is celebrated on Amavasya Tithi

Deepawali is celebrated every year on the new moon day of Kartik month. Roop Chaturdashi will be on the morning of October 27 and in the evening there will be Mahalakshmi Puja on the new moon day of Kartik month. Amavasya will remain till sunrise on 28 October. After 9.08 on the morning of 28th, there will be Pratipada date of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month, Govardhan Puja and Annakoot festival will be celebrated on this day. On October 29, the festival of Bhai Dooj will be celebrated.

Lakshmi Puja is done at night

Worshiping Lakshmi at night on Deepawali is considered more auspicious. Because of this, most people do Lakshmi Puja late at night. In this connection, it is believed that people who wake up on the night of Deepawali and worship Lakshmi, Goddess Lakshmi arrives in their home and there are happiness and prosperity in the house.

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