Diwali Date

Diwali Date

Diwali also known as "Festival of lights"is an important hindu festival celebrated all over the world with great zeal.It is the festival of Laxmi, the Goddess of prosperity and wealth.

 

 

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Lakshmi Puja Muhurta

Lakshmi Puja Muhurta

Diwali Puja is done in order to impress goddess Lakshmi and seek her blessings. It should be done during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and usually lasts for 2 hours and 24 minutes.

 

 

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Diwali Aartis

Diwali Aartis

Aartis are special prayers sung to please the God. Through these aartis, we praise the Almighty to bestow blessings upon us.Here is the text of the hymn sung during Diwali in honor of Goddess Lakshmi.

 

 

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Rangoli designs

Rangoli designs

Diwali is also the time for family reunions so decorate your houses with these wonderful rangoli designs & make your home look beautiful....

 

 

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Diwali Celebrations

Diwali Celebrations

Diwali commonly known as” festival of lights” is one the major hindu festival celebrated in all the states of India as well neighboring countries. The word “Deepavali” has its origin from Sanskrit, meaning "rows of Deep". Diwali is celebrated every Year in the month of kartik on the day of Ammavaas.

Diwali Decorations

Diwali Decorations

Diwali is very important hindu festival.On this occasion people clean up their houses & decorate them in different styles to welcome goddess Laxmi.Here are some most common decorating items...

Diwali puja vidhi

Diwali puja vidhi

Lakshmi Pooja is the main event on Diwali in India. It is extremely important to keep the house clean on Diwali as Goddess Lakshmi visits every house on Diwali. Diyas are lit in the evening to welcome the goddess. They are believed to light up her path. Lord Ganesha is worshiped at the beginning of every important occasion as Vighnaharta. Here are the steps for Lakshmi Pooja Vidhi...


Importance of diyas

Importance of diyas

Diwali is also known as "Festival of lights". There are lots of mythological stories related to lightening of diyas.As diwali is celebrated on the night of Amavas and is the darkest in the year that is why it is apt to decorate the house with bright Diyas and candles to welcome the Gods. There are varied beliefs affiliated with Diwali Diyas: