Diwali
Diwali 2020 Auspicious Time

Diwali 2020 Auspicious Time

Happy Diwali 2020
Happy Diwali 2020

Diwali, the festival of lights is celebrated with great excitement throughout India. Diwali celebrations are unique in every state however this year amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, festivities will certainly be low key. With pollution degrees climbing, instead of Diwali fireworks it would certainly be great if we can take pleasure in making Rangolis, food preparation treats or even attempting our hand at making Diwali presents. Lakshmi Puja on Diwali day is a practice in the majority of Indian homes. Right here are the muhurat or auspicious time for Lakshmi Puja on Diwali in Delhi and other cities of the country. Let there be light, rangoli and also great deals of fun with household in your home!

Diwali 2020: Date, Day and Muhurat

Lakshmi Puja on Saturday, November 14
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat: 4:35 PM to 6:31 PM
Pradosh Kaal: 4:34 PM to 7:11 PM (the most auspicious time for puja)
Vrishabha Kaal: 4:35 PM to 6:31 PM
Amavasya Tithi begins at 2:17 PM on November 14
Amavasya Tithi ends at 10:36 AM on November 15

Read Also: Dhanteras 2020: Date, Time and know the Dhantrayodashi Muhurat at Indian Cities

Diwali 2020: Lakshmi Puja Muhurat in Your City

New Delhi – 5:28 PM to 7:24 PM
Gurgaon – 5:29 PM to 7:25 PM
05:28 PM to 07:23 PM – Noida
Jaipur – 5:37 PM to 07:33 PM
Chandigarh – 5:26 PM to 7:21 PM
Ahmedabad – 5:57 PM to 7:55 PM
Kolkata – 4:54 PM to 6:52 PM
Chennai – 5:41 PM to 7:43 PM
Hyderabad – 5:42 PM to 7:42 PM
Mumbai – 6:01 PM to 8:01 PM
Bengaluru – 5:52 PM to 7:54 PM
Pune – 5:58 PM to 7:59 PM

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Dhanteras 2020 date and time: All you need to know

Dhanteras, traditionally known as Dhantrayodashi, is the day when Diwali festivities begin in several parts of the country. This festival concurs with the Trayodashi Tithi (Thirteenth tithi), Krishna Paksha (waning phase of the Moon) of Kartik Maas. And on this day, devotees worship Lord Kubera, Lord Dhanvantari, Yamraj and Goddess Lakshmi. Read on to know about the Dhanteras 2020 date, shubh muhurat, significance and other details.

Dhanteras 2020 Date

This year, Dhanteras will be celebrated on November 13.

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Dhanteras 2020 Trayodashi Tithi

The Trayodashi Tithi begins at 9:30 PM on November 12 and ends at 5:59 PM on November 13.

Dhanteras 2020 Puja Shubh Muhurat

The Dhanteras Puja is performed in the evening after sunset. As per the drikpanchang, the Pradosh Kaal Muhurat is ideal for Dhanteras Puja.

The Pradosh Kaal starts at 5:28 PM and lasts till 8:07 PM on November 13.

Moreover, the Vrishabha Kaal, which concurs during Pradosh Kaal is ideal for carrying out the Dhanteras puja rituals.

The Vrishabha Kaal starts at 5:32 PM and ends at 7:28 PM on November 13.

 

After 499 years, this rare sum being formed on this Diwali 2020, will have an impact on these zodiac signs, know who will be benefited, whom will be the loss

Diwali 2020 Date, Rare Yoga Of Deepawali, Laxmi Puja Vidhi, Mantra, Shubh Muhurat, Tithi: This Diwali will see big game of planets. After 499 years, rare is becoming a coincidence. Deepavali festival is considered special for Tantra Puja. This year, the day of November 14, Diwali date is on Saturday. According to astrology experts, 499 years after 1521, rare sum of planets will be seen.

In fact, on November 14, Guru Diwali will remain in its zodiac sign Sagittarius and Saturn in its zodiac Capricorn in Deepawali. At the same time, the planet Venus will be low in Virgo. This rare sum of these three planets was seen on 9 November in 1521 before the year 2020. Deepotsava was celebrated on the same day that year.

What will be the benefit

Guru and Saturn are known to be the planets that strengthen the economic situation. In such a situation, this Diwali has brought many auspicious signs for you.

The Chaturdashi date is falling on November 14, which will remain till 1:16 in the afternoon. After this, the Amavas Tithi will begin which will be till 10:00 am on November 15. However, only the bath donation will be done on the 15th. Significantly, Lakshmi Puja is done in the evening or night in Diwali.

Shri Yantra is worshiped along with mother Lakshmi in Diwali. According to astrology experts, this Deepavali Guru will remain in Sagittarius, in such a situation, worshiping Shri Yantra with raw milk overnight can be beneficial.

Here, Saturn will sit in its Capricorn sign. This day is also the sum of Amavasya. In this case, worshiping Tantra-Yantra will be beneficial on this day.

Also worship them on Diwali

On Diwali, not only Mahalakshmi but also the worship of Lord Vishnu should be worshiped with reverence, only then the mother is pleased. Apart from this, Yamraj, Chitragupta, Kubera, Bhairav, Hanumanji, the total deity and ancestors should also be worshiped on this day.

Both Diwali on the same day

This time, both Diwali will be celebrated on the same day. The festival of Diwali is celebrated from Trayodashi of Kartik month to Bhai dooj. But, this time, Diwali, big and small, is falling on the same day. Let us tell you that the Trayodashi of Kartik month is on 13 November this year and the small and big Diwali is on 14 November.

Deepawali worship method

  • Take the worship post, put a clean cloth on it, and sit on the idol of Goddess Lakshmi, Saraswati and Ganesh.
  • The idols should be facing east or west.
  • Now take a little Ganga water in your hand and sprinkle this mantra on your idol.
  • Unholy: holy and all-rounder Gatopi. Y: Smret Pundrikshakshan: Vahyabhantar: Shuchi:. Sprinkle water on your seat and on yourself. After this, bow down to Mother Earth and sit on a pedestal and take pledge to worship with Ganga water in your hand.
  • After this, take a Kalash filled with water which should be kept on the rice near Lakshmi ji. Put a molly on the Kalash and keep the mango pallava above it. Also keep betel nut, durva, akshat, coin in it.
  • Now place a coconut on this vase. Wrap the coconut in red cloth in such a way that its face is visible. This urn is the symbol of Varuna.
  • Now according to the rules, worship Ganesha first. Then worship Laxmi ji. Along with this, worship the law of Goddess Saraswati, Lord Vishnu, Mother Kali and Kuber as well.
  • During worship, 11 or 21 small mustard oil lamps and one big lamp should be lit. One lamp should be placed one on the right side of the outpost.
  • Light a lamp of ghee on the left side of the Lord, and offer them flowers, intact, water and sweets.
  • Finally, perform the aarti of Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi and offer puja by offering bhog.
  • Put 11 or 21 lit lamps in the corners of all the doors of the house.
  • On this day, a ghee lamp is also lit all night in the house of worship.

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